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What is and where to find the Pick Number of a banknote

If you are wondering what is, where to find, and who decides the Pick number (or code) of a banknote, wonder no more: here's the answer.

What is and where to find the KM number of a coin

We go over what the KM number of a coin is, who decides it, why it is important to coin collecting, and how and where to find it.

Germany’s mint marks are A, D, F, G, and J. What about the other letters?

In the coins of Germany there is a letter: A, D, F, G, and J, the German mint marks. We see what they mean and how they were assigned.

What the numbers in the little stars in the Spanish peseta coins mean

¿Trying to find out what the little numbers in the stars in Spanish peseta coins mean? Here you can read the answer to that question.

The irony in the last coins of the Soviet Union

The last coins of the Soviet Union wanted to show progress and technological advancement. Instead, they serve as a reminder of its collapse.

What is the RIC number of a Roman coin? It’s this.

We take a look at what the RIC number (or code) of a Roman coin is, where to find it, who decides it, and where to buy the books.

1995 2000 Pesetas coin (Spain): Here’s its value

Find out the value of the 1995 silver Spanish 2000 pesetas coin in all of its presentations: loose, in a plastic bag, or in coincard.

What are notgeld coins and notes? The World War I German emergency money explained

In WWI Germany, cities issued their own coins and banknotes, called notgeld. We take a look at what they are and at its history.

What is the CJ number (or code) of a coin from Argentina? It’s this.

Let's check out what the CJ number, or CJ code, of a coin from Argentina is, where it comes from, and why it is so important.

1928 Auto Dollar (China): A deep dive into the first coin ever to portray a car

We take a deep dive in the story of the 1928 Auto Dollar from China, including a look into its full history, its value, and its design.