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|Comment||Reply: Ah such as the imitated roman coins of ancient Lanka as i read on your website, it's interesting. Well sir actually, i'm not a collector and i don't have a collection, these are the only ones that i have which my mother gave me. Unfortunately the rest of my grandfathers collection was said to be sold back in the 80's. i was just interested in finding out the numismatic value of these coins. I really appreciate your offer to support :) Thank you very much once again.. and please continue your good efforts :) Kavinda.|
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I can only answer any question regarding Paper Money, coins and Tokens that circulated in Ceylon/Sri Lanka of any era which extends back to 300 BCE. I maintain website notes.lakdiva.org and coins.lakdiva.org which may help you identify your banknote or coin. If Country is any other or unknown, coin should have been found in Sri Lanka. Please Do not ask questions about any coins or currency of other countries including USA. Thank You.
I maintain since 1998 the largest website on Ceylon/Sri Lankan coins and Tokens with over 900 pages.
Former President Sri Lanka Numismatic Society founded in 1976
Sunday Times NewsPaper of Sri Lanka. See lakdiva.org/suntimes
BSc MS PhD in Physics/Astronomy Diploma in Museology
Awards and Honors
Contributor on Ceylon/Sri Lanka for Krause Standard Catalogs of World Coins and Paper Money.