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World Coins I-K


25 cents

1 Rupee

2 Rupee

5 Rupee

1910/1913 VF Set of four (4) J.S. Clunies Ross tokens: 25 cents Serial Number 1976, Mintage: 5,000, Square, Tn3; 1 Rupee Serial Number 1365, Mintage: 2,000, Square, Tn5; 2 Rupee Serial Number 263, Mintage: 1,000, Round, Tn6; 5 Rupee Serial Number 46, Mintage: 1,000, Octagonal, Tn-7. The Territory of Cocos (Keeling) Islands, an Australian territory, comprises a group of 27 coral islands located in the Indian Ocean about 1,300 miles west of Australia. Only 2 islands are currently inhabited, has an area of 5.4 square miles and a population of less than 1,000. It was discovered by Captain William Keeling of the British East India Company in 1609. Alexander Hare, an English adventurer, established a settlement but it lasted only a year. A permanent settlement was established on Direction Island in 1827 by Hare and Captain John Clunies Ross, a Scot, for the purposes of storing East Indian spices for reshipment to Europe during periods of shortage. When the experiment in spice futures did not develop satisfactorily, Hare left the islands, leaving Ross as sole owner. These J.S. Clunies Ross plastic ivory tokens are rare as few have survived since they were first manufactured more than 100 years ago. Each of the tokens has its own unique serial number. $1200  
5 cents 2004 EF+ sea horse $3  
10 cents 2004 EF+ yellow-bellied seasnake $3  
20 cents 2004 EF+ lion fish $3  
50 cents 2004 EF+ ornate butterflyfish 12-sided $3  
dollar 2004 AU black crowned night heron $3.50  
2 dollars 2004 AU+ wedge-tailed shearwater $4  
5 dollars 2004 AU great white shark. bimetal $5  

I have thousands of world coins. I have tended to only buy coins with eye appeal, rather than coins that have ugly designs or are completely worn out or damaged. Since I have thousands of foreign coins for sale, I only have room for a small number of them for sale on-line. If you want to buy coins you don't see on my web site, let me know. I just might have them for sale.

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