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luke_idk

strumenti e links utili

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rorone

Si potrebbe proporre anche qualche link a siti che danno le quotazioni dei metalli pregiati? Oro e argento in particolare?

grazie!

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luke_idk

Potresti aprire una discussione apposita ed inserirli. Mi sembra una buona ideasmile.gif

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rorone

Potresti aprire una discussione apposita ed inserirli. Mi sembra una buona ideasmile.gif

Pensavo che la proposta venisse cassata, ma addirittura aprire una discussione... :D

Vedrei megli i link inseriti nel documento che hai già predisposto subito prima o dopo i convertitori di valuta.

Personalmente controllo ogni tanto questo:

http://www.kitco.com/gold.londonfix.html

ma ti tocca poi passare attraverso il convertitore di valuta.

E ora che ci penso non ci starebbe male un convertitore di peso: grammi/once :D

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luke_idk

OK. Domani provo ad inserire un po' di roba. Grazie

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luke_idk

Aggiunti convertitori di valute, misure, pesi, con qualche curiosità storica

Aggiunte monete di borsa

Aggiornati links modificati

Strumenti_v17.zip

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luke_idk

Errore scusate.

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luke_idk

Aggiunte tastiera russa virtuale (con utilizzo delle lettere latine) e date ebraiche

Strumenti_v19.zip

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luke_idk

Ho eliminato un po' di links, non più funzionanti ed aggiunto qualcosina, soprattutto per quanto riguarda la conversione delle date

Strumenti_v20.doc

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nibanny

luke_idk, questo è un file molto utile, grazie!

Il link qui sotto (in inglese e in dollari, ma almeno dà un'idea) fornisce il valore a peso delle monete americane in circolazione.

Non so se può essere di interesse pubblico, ma ho notato che spesso ci sono domande riguardo al valore di un mezzo dollaro o di un quarto di argento.

Il link aggiorna i valori con le quotazioni dell'argento/rame/nickel più volte al giorno.

http://www.coinflation.com/

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luke_idk

Sì, ma c'è almeno uno svarione colossale. Hindenburg dittatore??? Che l'articolo 48 della costituzione di Wiemar gli attribuisse potere straordinari, in caso d'emergenza, è vero, ma un dittatore è una cosa ben diversa.

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donax

Sì, ma c'è almeno uno svarione colossale. Hindenburg dittatore??? Che l'articolo 48 della costituzione di Wiemar gli attribuisse potere straordinari, in caso d'emergenza, è vero, ma un dittatore è una cosa ben diversa.

Ciao Luke,

come scrive l'autore sono elencati tutti i non regnanti che si sono fatti effigiare su una moneta, devono essere al potere al momento dell'emissione, quindi non solo dittatori ma anche presidenti.

Conditions:circulated coins and in the time of minting coins, President is in the office(in power).

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luke_idk

Urca! Non avevo letto, scusate. Allora va bene; Hindenburg è stato effigiato sulle monete da 3 e 5 marchi del 1929, commemorative del decimo anniversario dell'entrata in vigore della Costituzione.

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antares68

Se nessuno lo avesse già fatto vi segnalo il link seguente:

http://www.pcgs.com/books/

È la libreria riguardante la monetazione Statunitense resa disponibile da PCGS.

Vi sono testi e manuali in lingua inglese molto interessanti e completamente consultabili.

PCGS Books Online

Walter Breen's Encyclopedia of Early United States Cents

Walter Breen

In 1948, Dr. William Sheldon published the landmark book, Early American Cents, which ten years later, was revised and renamed Penny Whimsy. During the last half of the 20th century, this book served as the principal reference for the early Large Cents of the U.S., establishing the basic varieties and naming conventions. One of the collaborators on the 1958 revision was Walter Breen, probably the greatest numismatic researcher the hobby has known. For the next thirty years, he worked on a revision to that work. While Breen passed away in 1993, his work was continued by others in the EAC, including Del Bland and Mark Borckardt. In 2000, the Encyclopedia of Early United States Cents was published by Bowers and Merena Galleries, at that time, a Collector's Universe company. This nearly 900-page volume is the most complete and thorough study ever made of these highly collectible pieces from the earliest days of the U.S. mint and contains a incredible wealth of information on die varieties, rarity, condition census and historical data on Large Cents struck from 1793 to 1814.

NEWLY ADDED!

Commemorative Coins of the United States: A Complete Encyclopedia

Q. David Bowers

Few U.S. Coin series elicit the excitement and collector enthusiasm as do the Commemorative Coins. Struck from 1892 through the present day, these beautiful coins mark important events in our nation's history. In his Complete Encyclopedia, author Q. David Bowers recounts the entire story of these fascinating issues, including mintage statistics, grading, designer biographies, market history and a coin by coin look at the entire series. Although the pricing data is no longer current, there is little else about commemoratives which cannot be found in this comprehensive work.NEWLY ADDED!

Abe Kosoff: Dean of Numismatics

Q. David Bowers

From the 1930s through the 1970s, no name is more intimately connected with the coin business in the United States than Abe Kosoff, often called the "Dean of American Numismatics." From his humble beginnings as a New York City Dealer, through his sale of F.C.C. Boyd's "World's Greatest Collection", through the Farouk Sale of 1954 and his founding of the prestigious Professional Numismatists Guild, author Q. David Bowers recounts the entire career of this famed dealer and numismatist. Abe's story is truly the story of American Numismatics in the mid 20th century.NEWLY ADDED!

The History of United States Coinage As Illustrated by the Garrett Collection

Q. David Bowers

Among the contributions of Q. David Bowers, the most important numismatic writer of our time, was The History of United States Coinage As Illustrated by the Garrett Collection. The formation of the famed Garrett collection took nearly a century from the mid-1860s to the 1940s. Read about the collection that is unique in the history of American Numismatics.

The Norweb Collection - An American Legacy

Michael Hodder and Q. David Bowers

The Norweb Collection: An American Legacy by Michael Hodder and Q. David Bowers traces the fascinating story of the Holden-Norweb family. The Holdens and the Norwebs enjoyed important roles not only in numismatics, but in our countrys history. The authors skillfully answer the considerable challenge the Holden-Norweb family brought to numismatic researchers.

Silver Dollars & Trade Dollars of the United States - A Complete Encyclopedia

Q. David Bowers

A numismatic classic, Q. David Bowers Silver Dollars and Trade Dollars of the United States: A Complete Encyclopedia takes coin enthusiasts of all levels on a fascinating journey beginning with the earliest U.S. Silver Dollars through the Silver Eagles of today.

Walter Breen's Encyclopedia of United States and Colonial Proof Coins 1722-1989

Walter Breen

Please dont skip any of the following even if you have been around proof coins for forty years. Im still learning about proof coins; you can too. So says the author in Walter Breens Encyclopedia of United States and Colonial Proof Coins 1722-1989. The reader can learn about how and why proof coins were made, how to identify real proofs, scarcity and much more.

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uzifox
Il 2/1/2012 at 22:19, luke_idk dice:

Ciao,

di questo hai una versione aggiornata o leggibile?

Il file non funziona più.

Saluti

Simone

 

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