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Pønt 1 8 K G O L D armring and silkcordbracelets #18K #gold

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Demareteion (decadrachm) of Syracuse, Sicily c. 480-479 BC

Demareteion (decadrachm) of Syracuse, Sicily c. 480-479 BC

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Elie Saab Haute Couture SS 2015 | cynthia reccord

One of the world’s most storied coins is the Spanish real, which was Spain’s denomination at the height of the nation’s dominance as a world power in the 16th century. Silver eight-real coins were worth one Spanish dollar, and were the source of the phrase “pieces of eight,” which has been associated with pirates and ill-gotten treasure since 1883

One of the world’s most storied coins is the Spanish real, which was Spain’s denomination at the height of the nation’s dominance as a world power in the 16th century. Silver eight-real coins were worth one Spanish dollar, and were the source of the phrase “pieces of eight,” which has been associated with pirates and ill-gotten treasure since 1883

51. Anglo-Norman Coins. The significant thing about these coins is not the objects themselves. It is the gap of almost 200 years between them. Coins are tokens of the health of the colonial Anglo-Norman economy in Ireland. That the colony produced virtually no new coins for such an extensive period is striking evidence of the series of disasters that overtook it during the 14th century. “When sorrows come,” says Hamlet, “they come not single spies, but in battalions.”

51. Anglo-Norman Coins. The significant thing about these coins is not the objects themselves. It is the gap of almost 200 years between them. Coins are tokens of the health of the colonial Anglo-Norman economy in Ireland. That the colony produced virtually no new coins for such an extensive period is striking evidence of the series of disasters that overtook it during the 14th century. “When sorrows come,” says Hamlet, “they come not single spies, but in battalions.”