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Monthly Archives: February 2017

  • World Coin series: Coins from Australia - Part 1

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    With an extensive choice of American coins, we sometimes forget that there is a whole world of beautiful coinage out there for us to enjoy. Mints like the Royal Canadian mint, the Royal Mint in UK, the Australian mints, the Japanese mint, the Chinese mints and other notable mints release beautiful coins every year. To honor these mints and coins in Shopcsn blog, we are planning to release a series of blog posts called the ‘World coin series’. And the first one we have picked are the coins from down-under - Coins from Australia.

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  • 2017 American coins to look forward to!

    2017 American coins

    The 2017 American coins' complete product schedule seems to be a closely guarded secret by the US mint. But as far as we know, apart from the usual coins, there are some interesting commemoratives and new designs to look forward to. This year is doubly special as it is the 225th anniversary of the mint. And the mint definitely has something special up its sleeve to celebrate this milestone.

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  • Native American dollars

    Native American dollars

    The Native American dollars or the more popularly known Sacagawea dollars have been minted from 2000 till now. These coins honor the Native Americans’ history and way of life. When the Europeans landed in the Americas in the 15th and 16th centuries, the ‘Native Americans’ wouldn’t have realized the extent to which their numbers would diminish in the next three centuries. The natives had a unique philosophy to everything, starting from their land, the river and their animals. The Spanish and later other Europeans who landed on their shores had a completely different view on land ownership and animal hunting. This huge cultural divide was in some ways detrimental to the natives.

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