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2018 Around the World Set Being that this is my first year collecting, I wanted to complete a set of the coins that I like for 2018.  I think the St Helena Guinea is my favorite.    

Restrike 4 Ducat   IOM 1oz gold angel US Buffalo

The 2014 High Relief 5oz Wedge Tailed Eagle. One of those you enjoy all over again after rooting it out once a year. The high relief on the Queens head has the added chuckle bonus of looking like

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Bought from @ChardsCoinandBullionDealer which had a Star Trek exhibition on from the 30th June - 6th November 2016. The Perth Mint - on behalf of Tuvalu - issued a silver bullion coin with a limited mintage of 50,000 to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Star Trek: The Original Series. The obverse features the Ian Rank-Broadley bust of Elizabeth II and the monetary denomination. Jennifer McKenna designed the reverse which depicts the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 as it appeared in Star Trek. The design includes the inscription "STAR TREK" and The Perth Mint’s traditional "P" mint mark.

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2016 1oz and 2018 1/4oz Gold Somalian Elephants bought from @BleyerBullion and Atkinsons. Minted by the Bavarian State Mint, the Somalian Coat of Arms, dates and 1000 and 200 shillings face values adorn the obverses respectively. The reverses feature African bush elephants stomping through savannas and raising their trunks. The African bush elephant, aka the African savanna elephant, is the largest living terrestrial animal with bulls reaching a shoulder height of up to 3.96 m.

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Wasn’t sure where to put this. 1862 1.5 pence .925 silver coin, mintage for that year was 260,000. Originally weighed 0.71g, now weighs 0.65g. So small it’s hard to get a clear photo on my phone.

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