Our Coin Catalog

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The Last 5 Items Listed

Australian World War 1 Identity Disc 4444 T.B. Armfield - Click image to enlarge Interesting World War 1 AIF Identity Disc crafted from a 120 Grana from Naples (Italian States). Very unusual to see an ID disc on a crown sized silver coin, and especially so on an obscure coin …

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Australian World War 1 Identity Disk E.S. Bath and AASC Title Badge - Click image to enlarge Impromptu World War 1 AIF identity disk made from a 1914 Belgium 25 Centimes. Both sides of the coin have been flattened and the top holed. The obverse is crudely stamped: 7976 E.S. BATH The reverse …

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Australian World War 1 Identity Disk 1383 Rowland Taylor - Click image to enlarge Impromptu World War 1 AIF identity disk made from an Indian 1913 Rupee. Reverse of the coin has been flattened and the top holed. The reverse is crudely engraved: 1383 R. TAYLOR 16. BATT A.I.F. Rowland …

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Australian World War 1 Identity Disk and Aluminium ID Tag – Lt. H. Wells - Click image to enlarge Click image to enlarge Interesting impromptu World War 1 Identity Disc crafted from an Egyptian AH1293/33 20 Quirsh silver coin with the reverse skimmed off. It has been crudely engraved: Lt H. WELLS D 1. AI. …

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Australia 1976 20 Cent Split Planchet Mated Pair Error - This 20c piece split in two pieces some time after the coin was struck. Each piece fit together perfectly. The inner split sides features parallel metal striations.

About My Coinalog

Welcome to our online coin catalog.  We are both collectors of Australian and World coins and over the years have built up decent catalogs in Excel (or Windows Notepad or even tiny scraps of paper). This has been a lot of work and it seemed to be time to move our catalogs online and make them available for all to see. This site is the result. Each coin listed here is one we currently own or have owned at one stage and includes information on the coin type, the grade, and when we purchased it. The site also stores some private information that you cannot see (but we can) such as the price we paid for the items and where we bought them from.

The Images on this Site

We have taken a lot of time and effort to learn how to take great coin images and you can see the results of our efforts on this site.  Our camera setup comprises a Nikon D7100 DSLR, a Tamron 90mm macro lens, a copystand, and 300 watts of halogen lighting.  The bad news is that because of the many hundreds of hours we’ve spent taking our images (not to mention the money spend on equipment) we’d really rather you didn’t use our images without our permission.  So if you want to use our images please Contact Us and ask us for permission.  The good news is that we almost always say yes,

Are the Coins for Sale?

Generally no, but from time to time we may be interested in selling one or two.  To see what’s currently for sale click on the “Coins For Sale” link you can see above.  All prices on this site are in US Dollars and do not include shipping.