Dating silver plate marks






These coins are pricey (typically costing in the $1,000 to $2,000 range), and though scarce are not especially rare, [2] just in significant demand because of their history, the evocativeness of their design, their metallurgic characteristics, and their mystery. Other coins may vie for the title of the world's first coin, also from Lydia, nearby in Ionia, in the Middle East, and across the world in India and China, though none do so as persuasively. [3]

From the site of the old PZH factory, these pictures below show under construction some 147 town houses and apartments. The original water tower and some frontage still standing. Hopefully to be incorporated into the complex.


Dating silver plate marks

Dating silver plate marks



TOP PROJECT of 2006

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