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NEWCAPE VERDE CELEBRATES 40th ANNIVERSARY WITH BI-METALLIC

Cape Verde 250 Escudos 2015 40th AnniversaryCape Verde is a group of ten islands located 350 miles (570 km.) off the coast of Western Africa.  It gained independence from Portugal in 1975.  To celebrate the 40th anniversary of independence, and the 40th anniversary of its central bank it issued this circulating 28.5mm bi-metallic 250 Escudos dated 2015.  One side, commemorating 40 years of development and features a school teacher, windmills, a family and other images.  The other side commemorates the 40th anniversary of Banco de Cabo Verde.  It includes the national arms and various monetary and financial symbols (looks like the designer had fun with the wingdings fonts).
Item CV-250E CAPE VERDE 250 ESCUDOS 2015 40th ANNIVERSARY, UNC. $15.00



NEWCHINA BI-METALLIC YEAR OF THE MONKEY 10 YUAN

China 10 Yuan 2016 Year of the MonkeyChina recently released this 2016 dated bi-metallic 10 Yuan coin to commemorate the Year of the Monkey.  The 27mm coin depicts a monkey, a peach-shaped lantern, and plum flowers the obverse.  The denomination surrounded by an intricate etched design is on the reverse. The large number 10 contains latent images, which change from Western to Chinese characters as the coin is moved. These features, along with a unusual edge pattern, make it one of the most difficult to counterfeit coins in the world today. The coin was an immediate hit when it was released, with people lining up for hours at banks in order to obtain the popular coin.

Item CN-MONKEY CHINA 10 YUAN 2016 YEAR OF THE MONKEY BU $12.50


NEWBI-METALLIC COIN KENYA COIN SET

Kenya set of 4 bi-metallic coins: 5 - 40 Shillings KM35.2-37.2 & KM33This set includes four bi-metallic coins of Kenya, the 5, 10, 20 and 40 Shillings.  The lower three denominations are dated 2010 and picture the nation’s first President, Jomo Kenyetta, on the front.  The coins have a redesigned reverse, which features the denomination in larger characters and a smaller coat-of-arms than previous issues.  The odd 40 Shilling denomination was issued in 2003 to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Kenyan independence. It depicts Mwai Kibaki who as the President at the time.  The Kenyan arms is on the reverse.  These may be the last coins of Kenya to portray a person.  A change in the Kenyan constitution prohibites the further use of portraits on coins and currency in an effort to reduce tribal rivalries.
Item KE-SET4 KENYA 4 COIN SET 5 - 40 SHILLINGS 2003-2010, KM35.2-37.2 & KM33, UNC. $7.50


NEWEGYPT CELEBRATES SUEZ CANAL EXPANSION WITH BI-METALLIC COIN

Egypt ringed bimetallic 1 Pound 2015 Suez Canal ExpansionOn August 6, 2015, Egypt officially opened a major expansion of the Suez Canal. The event was celebrated with a national holiday and the release of a circulating bi-metallic commemorative 1 Pound coin.  The expansion added a second shipping lane, allowing ships to travel in opposite directions at the same time. This nearly doubled the canal’s capacity and decreased the waiting time for ships wishing to use the canal.  The expansion was completed in less than a year from when construction began, a remarkably fast time for such a major project.  One side of the coin features the logo of the Suez Canal Authority which depicts two passing ships.  The other side includes the denomination in both Arabic and English and the AH and AD date in Arabic.  The coin has been in huge demand in Egypt due to the canal’s economic and historical importance.
Item EG-SUEZ EGYPT 1 POUND 2015 SUEZ CANAL, UNC. $4.50


NEWRECENT BI-METALLIC COINS FROM POLAND

Poland 5 Zlotych 2014, 25 Years of Freedom, KM904Poland 5 Zlotych 2014 Royal Castle in Warsaw KM913Poland 5 Zlotych 2015 Bydgoszcz CanalPoland recently introduced a series of circulating bi-metallic 5 Zlotych commemorative coins.  The 24mm coins have an copper-nickel ring around an aluminum-bronze center. The first coin in the series, introduced in 2014, commemorates the 25th anniversary of Poland’s overthrow of communism.  It features the peace or victory hand sign over a stylized map of Poland.  During the Solidarity movement in Poland protesters showed the V sign meaning they would defeat Communism.  The legend translates as “25 YEARS OF FREEDOM”.   The second issue for 2015 has a modernistic design featuring the Royal Castle in Warsaw. The castle dates back to the middle ages.  It served as the Royal residence until the partitions of Poland in the 16th century. It was almost completely destroyed in World War II.  Since then it has been rebuilt and today is a national museum.  In 2015 5 Zlotych commemorating the Bydgoszcz Canal.   The 24.7km (15.3 mile) canal connects Vistula river with Oder river through their tributaries.  It was built by Prussian King Frederick II between 1772 and 1775, after annexation of western Poland by Prussia in First Partition of Poland.  Some 8000 Germans were brought in to construct the canal.  Some 2000 people died during its construction.  It was a major technological masterpiece of the 18th century.   The canal was expanded, rerouted and modernized during the early 20th century, though it received relatively little use, except during the Nazi occupation in War II.   In recent years the areas around the canal have been turned into parks and it is used primarily for recreational purposes.
Item PL-5Z-14FREE POLAND 5 ZLOTYCH 2014 25 YEARS OF FREEDOM, KM904 BU $6.00
Item PL-5Z-14CASTLE POLAND 5 ZLOTYCH 2014 ROYAL CASTLE BU $6.00
Item PL-5Z-15CANAL POLAND 5 ZLOTYCH 2015 BYDGOSZCZ CANAL BU $6.00



Bulgaria 1 Lev 2002BULGARIA HONORS PATRON SAINT ON BIMETALLIC COIN 

Bulgaria honored their patron Saint, Ivan (John) of Rila (Rilski) on this 2002 bimetallic 1 Lev coin.  Ivan was a hermit who founded the first Christian monastery The 24mm coin pictures the Saint on one side and the date and denomination on the other. The bimetal coin has a brass ring around a copper-nickel center.
Item BG-IVAN BULGARIA 1 LEV 2002 ST. IVAN OF RILA BIMETAL KM254 BU $3.75

WWI BATTLE OF THE FALKLANDS BI-METALLIC COMMEMORATIVE

Falkland Islands 2 Pounds 2014 bimetal, Battle of the FalklandsThe Falkland Islands issued this 2014 bi-metallic 2 Pound coin commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of the Falklands.  The battle was one of most decisive naval battles in World War I.  The Germans lost four warships and nearly 2000 sailors.  The British suffered only 10 deaths.  The battle gave the British control over the South Atlantic and gave them a great morale boost.  The 28.4mm coin depicts the fast light cruiser HMS Glasgow, one of the key ships in the battle.
Item FK-2P14 FALKLANDS 2 POUNDS 2014 100th ANNIV. OF FALKLANDS NAVAL BATTLE, UNC $12.50



BIMETALLIC 2010 COOK ISLAND DOLLAR Wholesale prices available to dealers

Cook Islands bimetallic 1 Dollar 2010The reverseo of this 2010 bi-metallic 1 Dollar coin from Cook Islands features the very well-endowed fertility God Tangaroa. The design is a perennial favorite with both coin collectors and non-collectors. The 15 stars along the edge represent the 15 Islands that make up the Cook Islands. The Ian Rank-Broadley portrait of Queen Elizabeth is on the obverse of the 26mm Brillian Uncirculated coin.   
Item CK-762 COOK ISLANDS 1 DOLLAR TANGAROA, BIMETALLIC 2010, KM762 BU $9.75


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CROATIA BIMETALLIC COMMEMORATES TREATY TO JOIN THE EUROPEAN UNION

Croatia 25 Kuna 2011, Acceptance to join European Union commemorativeCroatia issued this 2011 dated 12-sided bimetallic 25 Kuna coin to commemorate the signing of the treaty allowing Croatia to join the European Union.  Croatia is expected to join in 2013.  The reverse features a beehive of 27 cells, representing the 27 member nations, and a square, representing Croatia, about to join the hive.  The other side is the standard obverse featuring a partially incuse design that includes the Croatian arms and a Pine Marten. The denomination Kuna is derived from an old Croatian term for a marten pelt.  The 32mm coin is Uncirculated, though the obverse is poorly struck.
Item HR-25K11 CROATIA 25 KUNA 2011 EUROPEAN UNION TREATY, UNC.$12.00





BI-METALLIC LESOTHO UNITED NATIONS COMMEMORATIVE

Lesotho 5 Maloti 1995 50th Anniverisary of United NationsLesotho issued this 24mm bi-metallic 5 Maloti coin in 1995 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations.  One side depicts the United Nations Emblem while the other has the arms of Lesotho.  Lesotho, formerly known as Basutoland, is a constitutional monarchy completely surrounded by South Africa. The coin catalogs $20.00. Our price is MUCH less.
Item LS-UN LESOTHO 5 MALOTI 1995 UNITED NATIONS, KM67 BU $9.75



BI-METALLIC EURO COIN FROM THE FLEMISH REPUBLIC 

Flanders Euro coinFor over a year, Belgium has not been able to create a national government because of disagreements between the French speaking portions and the Dutch speaking portions of the country. Despite the lack of a national government (or maybe because of a lack of a national government), Belgium is doing better economically than most of Europe. A number Belgians have advocated breaking the country into two separate nations. Flanders is the Dutch speaking part of Belgium. This 2010 1 Euro coin was created for the Flemish Republic, which does not yet exist. One side has a map of Flanders with the legend Vlaams €uro (Flemish Euro). The other side features a Flemish lion.
Item FLANDERS FLEMISH REPUBLIC 1 EURO 2010 UNC. $12.00


TRI-METALLIC COINS OF THE ARCTIC TERRITORIES FEATURE POLAR BEAR 

Artic Territories 10 Dollars 2011 Polar BearArtic Territories 10 Dollars 2011 trimetallic coin
Two versions were struck of this 2011 tri-metallic 10 Dollar coin of Arctic Territories. Both have the same design. A walking Polar Bear is on one side. The other side depicts a map of the Arctic with the name Arctic Territories in the languages of the nations of the region. Like the 1926 Greenland 25 Ore, it comes in two versions. One version was issued with a center hole, and one was issued without the hole. Both coins are 27mm in diameter. The holed version is the only holed tri-metallic coin that I have ever seen.
Item ARCTIC-NO ARCTIC TERRITORIES TRI-METALLIC 10 DOLLARS 2011 WITHOUT HOLE UNC. $29.50
Item ARCTIC-HOLE ARCTIC TERRITORIES TRI-METALLIC 10 DOLLARS 2011 WITH HOLE UNC. $25.00
Item ARCTIC-BOTH Both of the above ARCTIC TERRITORIES 10 DOLLARS 2011 WITH and WITHOUT HOLE UNC. $49.50

TRI-METALLIC COIN OF ANTARCTIC TERRITORIES HONORS POPE JOHN PAUL II 

Antarctic Territories 10 Dollar coin commemorates the beatification of Pope John Paul IIThe beatification of Pope John Paul II on May 1, 2011 is commemorated on this 2011 tri-metallic 10 Dollar coin issued for the Antarctic Territories. One side of the 27mm coin pictures the Pope. The other side shows a map of Antarctica. There is a certain irony in a coin being issued honoring the Pope by the only continent that the Pope never visited.
Item ANTARCTIC-POPE ANTARCTIC TERRITORIES TRI-METALLIC 10 DOLLARS 2011 UNC. $29.50



TRI-METALLIC COIN OF MARIE BYRD LAND HONORS POPE JOHN PAUL II Wholesale prices available to dealers

10 Dollar coin of Marie Byrd Land commemorates beatification of Pope John Paul IIBecause of its remoteness in Antarctica, most of Marie Byrd Land has not been claimed by any sovereign nation, though it has been claimed by various micro-nations such as Westarctica. It was named by explorer Admiral Richard E. Byrd in 1929 after his wife. I am sure she deserved it for putting up with his numerous explorations and adventures. In 2011 a trimetallic 10 Dollar was issued for this remote area. One side of the 27mm coin pictures Pope John Paul II and commemorates his beatification on May 1, 2011 The other side shows a map of the territory and a penguin.
Item BYRD MARIE BYRD LAND TRI-METALLIC 10 DOLLARS 2011 UNC. $29.50



BI-METALLIC OF MOLDAVIAN REPUBLIC OF DNIESTR FEATURES POPE JOHN PAUL II Wholesale prices available to dealers

Transdniestra bi-metallic 100 Rubles picturing Pope John Paul IIThis unofficial bi-metallic 100 Ruble coin picturing Pope John Paul II was issued for The Moldavian Republic of Dniestr, also known as Transniestria or Transdniestra. The national arm featuring a hammer and sickle and a star is on the back of the 2011 dated coin.  The small, communist state bordering the Dniester river declared independence from Moldova in 1990.  Though its independence is not widely recognized, it operates as a sovereign nation.  The 26mm coin has a mintage of only 2500 pieces and is Uncirculated.
Item TNS-100R MOLDAVIAN REPUBLIC OF DNIESTR 100 ROUBLES 2011 POPE JOHN PAUL II, UNC. $19.75


SAHARAWI ARAB DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC 2010 BI-METALLIC HONORS ARAB CULTURE Wholesale prices available to dealers

Saharawi 500 Peseta bimetallic coin, 2010This 2010 dated bi-metal 500 Peseta coin of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic honors Arab culture.  The coin was issued in conjunction with the Namur Expo in 2010.  One side depicts  the national arms which feature a pair of crossed rifles holding flags.  The other depicts traditional Arab hospitality, with one man preparing tea over a small fire while the other plays a flute.  Saharawi, formerly known as Spanish Sahara, declared independence in 1976, however Morocco controls most of its territory.   The 26mm coin has a mintage of only 2500 pieces and is Uncirculated.
Item EH-ARAB SAHARAWI 500 PESETAS 2010 BIMETAL UNC. $19.75



ATTRACTIVE SAN MARINO BI-METALLIC COINS

San Marino 1000 Lire 1999 Exploration, 2000 Swallow, 2001 circle of birdsSan Marino 1000 Lir3 1999-2001
San Marino bimetallic 500 Lire coin setL 1990-1999San Marino bimetal 500 Lire coins
Until it converted to the Euro in 2002, the tiny Republic of San Marino would issue two well-designed bi-metallic coins each year: a 500 Lire and a 1000 Lire.  New designs would be used each year, making the coins popular with collectors.  We offer two sets of these attractive coins.  The set 1000 Lire coins feature San Marino’s last three 1000 Lire coins. The 2001 issue depicts a circle of doves on the reverse and the famous three towers of San Marino on the obverse.  The 1999 and 2000 dated 1000 Lire coins both depict “the Child of the Universe” on the obverse. The “Child of the Universe” is a bust with a map of the earth superimposed on its head. The child is holding a flame and is flanked by the moon, stars and planets. The 2000 issue has a Swallow flying over the earth on the reverse.    The 1999 issue has an exploration theme featuring a compass rose and symbols for the wind and sun.  The set of seven 500 Lire coins includes the 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1998 and 1999 issues.  The 1990 issue commemorates the history of San Marino, depicting the Three Towers on one side and birds and a postage stamp on the other.  The 1992 honors Columbus. It shows his ship being blown by the winds on one side and the 3 Towers on the other.   The 1993 issue shows a sprout coming out of a broken tree stump, signifying new beginnings.   The 3 Towers are on the obverse.  The 1994 issue pictures St. Marin on both sides of the coin. He was a Christian stone cutter who founded San Marino in 301AD in order to escape Roman persecution.  The 1996 issue honors German philosopher G.W.F. Hegel, the 1998 issue honors Chemistry and the 1999 issue pictures the Moon, Saturn and planets.  All three have the “Child of the Universe” on the obverse.
Item SM-SET1000L SAN MARINO SET OF 3 BIMETAL 1000 LIRE 1999-2001 BU $19.95
Item SM-SET500L SAN MARINO SET OF 7 BIMETAL 500 LIRE 1990-99 UNC. $25.00


HUNGARIAN BI-METALLIC 200 FORINT FEATURES CHAIN BRIDGE  

Hungary 200 Forint 2009 bi-metallic coin picturing the Chain BridgeHungary introduced this new bimetallic 200 Forint coin in 2009 in order to replace the 200 Forint banknote in circulation.  The banknote will cease to be legal tender.  The coin pictures the famed Széchenyi Chain Bridge one one side and has the date and denomination on the other.  The chain suspension bridge, completed in 1849, was the first permanent bridge across the Danube to join Buda with Pest. In 1873 the two cities were united to form the Hungarian capital of Budapest. At the time the bridge was built, its center span of 202 meters (663 feet) was one of the largest in the world and was considered by some to be a "Wonder of the World".
Item HU-200FT-09 HUNGARY 200 FORINT 2009 BIMETALLIC COIN KM826 BU $4.50


TOPLESS WOMEN ON SENEGAL & TOGO BIMETALLIC COINS

Senegal 6000 Francs 2005 Pride of Africa woman on bi-metallic coinTogo 6000 Francs Guin Woman bi-metallic coinBoth of these bi-metallic 6000 Franc coins feature bare-breasted women.  From Senegal is the 6000 Francs dated 2005 picturing “Joy S.”  According to the legend she is “The Pride of Africa”.  The coin has a mintage of only 2005 pieces.  From Togo is the 6000 Francs dated 2003 picturing a topless Guin Woman.  The coin has a mintage of only 1200 pieces.  Both coins are Uncirculated and are quite scarce.
Item SN-12 SENEGAL 6000 FRANCS 2005 PRIDE OF AFRICA WOMAN UNC. $35.00
Item TG-21 TOGO 6000 FRANCS 2003 GUIN WOMAN BIMETAL KM21 UNC $25.00



AFRICAN BI-METALLICS CELEBRATE VISITS BY POPE JOHN PAUL II  

Cameroon bi-metallic 4500 Franc coin 2007 Pope John Paul II visitCentral African Republic bi-metallic 4500 Francs Pope John Paul II visitChad bi-metallic 4500 Francs 2007 Pope John Paul IICongo Republic bi-metallic 4500 Francs Pope John Paul II visitGabon bi-metallic 4500 Francs Pope John Paul II
In 2007 five African nations:  Cameroons, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo Republic and Gabon, each issued a bi-metallic 4500 Franc coins to commemorate a visit that Pope John Paul II made to their country.  Well, actually they issued them to make money from collectors.  Each coin pictures the Pope and lists the date of his visit   The Central African Republic and Congo issues also show an airplane, while the Chad issue also shows the Popemobile.  The reverse of the coins all show a map of Africa and an elephant head. Because these nations use the common currency of the Central African Monetary Union they issue few coins of their own.
Item CM-32 CAMEROON 4500 FRANCS 2007 PAPAL VISIT KM32 UNC. $20.00
Item CF-13 CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC 4500 FRANCS 2007 PAPAL VISIT KM13 UNC. $20.00
Item TD-28 CHAD 4500 FRANCS 2007 PAPAL VISIT KM28 UNC. $25.00
Item CG-49 CONGO REP. 4500 FRANCS 2007 PAPAL VISIT KM49 UNC $20.00
Item GA-17 GABON 4500 FRANCS 2007 PAPAL VISIT KM17 UNC $25.00
Item AFRICA-POPE SET OF ABOVE FIVE 4500 FRANC COINS, UNC. $99.75



CAMEROON HONORS POPE BENEDICT ON BI-METALLIC COIN 

Cameroon bimetal 4500 Francs Pope Benedict XVI bi-metallic coinCameroons issued this bi-metallic 4500 Franc coin shortly after the ascension of Pope Benedict XVI in 2005.  The coin features a terrible, toothy portrait of  Pope Benedict XVI.  It makes the Pope look like a vampire.   A map of Africa and an elephant's head is on the reverse.
Item CM-POPE05  CAMEROON  4500 FRANCS 2005 BENEDICT XVI KM24  UNC. $19.50


SCARCE BI-METALLIC COINS OF SAHARAWI

Saharawi bi-metallic 500 Pesetas Fennec FoxesSaharawi bi-metallic 500 Pesetas Independence commemorativeSaharawi bi-metallic 500 Pesetas 2004 common obverseThe Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, also known as Saharaui, is what used to be the Spanish Sahara or Western Sahara.  In 2004 Saharawi issued two bi-metallic 500 Peseta coins.  One coin features a cute pair of Fennecs, a long eared desert fox that is native to Saharawi. The other commemorates the 28th anniversary of nation’s independence (though in reality it is largely controlled by Morocco) and features a map of the country.  The obverse of both coins features the arms of Saharawi, which includes a pair of rifles.  The coins are 26mm in diameter and have a mintage of only 5000 pieces each.
Item EH-FEN SAHARAWI 500 PESETAS 2004 FENNEC FOXES KM51 UNC. $29.95
Item EH-IND SAHARAWI 500 PESETAS 2004 INDEPENDENCE KM52 UNC. $29.95


SCARCE BI-METALLIC COINS FROM THE AFRICA    Wholesale prices available to dealers

2005 bimetal coins of Benin, Cameroons, Chad, Gabon and Niger
Benin, Cameroon, Chad, Gabon, and Niger recently released a series of low-mintage bimetallic coins.  Because the nations are members of the Central African Monetary Union or the West African Monetary Union, they issue few coins of their own.  Like the Euro coins, they have a common reverse.  The reverse features an elephant head superimposed on a map of Africa.  The Benin bi-metallic 6000 Francs of 2005 commemorates the 2008 Olympic games and shows figures participating in various Olympic sports. The bi-metallic Cameroon 4500 Franc commemorates the Pope Benedict XVI and has a horrible picture of the new Pope.  It has a mintage of 2005 pieces.  The Chad 2005 bi-metallic 4500 Francs features a lamb, cotton, Acacia flowers and a barrel of oil. The Gabon 2005 bi-metallic 4500 Francs commemorates the nations oil riches by featuring a drop of oil.  Due to corruption and mismanagement the oil wealth has virtually destroyed the nation's economy and making its capital Libreville one of the most expensive cities in the world.  The Niger 2005 bimetallic 6000 Francs has a mintage of only 1200 pieces.  Its theme is "Stop Malaria" and features a large mosquito.    All five coins are quite rare.  The 4500 Franc coins have a mintage of only 2005 pieces each, while the 6000 Franc coins have a mintage just 1200 pieces.  Just a few individuals control the entire mintage of the coins,  making them hard for collectors to obtain.  All five coins are Uncirculated.
Item BJ-05OLY  BENIN 6000 FRANCS 2005 OLYMPICS, KM45 UNC.out
Item CM-24 CAMEROON 4500 FRANCS 2005 BENEDICT XVI, KM24 UNC. $19.50
Item TD-18 CHAD 4500 FRANCS 2005 LAMB, BIMETAL, KM18 UNC. $49.95
Item GA-16  GABON 4500 FRANCS 2005 OIL, BIMETAL, KM15 UNC  sold out
Item NE-16 NIGER 6000 FRANCS 2005, STOP MALARIA KM16 UNC. $49.95


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