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Coins of the World Swap #10, October 2014

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Coins of the World Swap #10, October 2014
Swap Coordinator:watercrosser (contact)
Swap categories: Themed  Miscellaneous  Masculine 
Number of people in swap:18
Type:Type 3: Package or craft
Rating requirement:4.95
Last day to signup/drop:October 17, 2014
Date items must be sent by:November 1, 2014
Number of swap partners:1

Do you collect coins? Do you want to start? Want to swap one of your country's coins for another? This is an international coin swap!

Addendum to rules: More than one person per country are allowed in the swap IF you have different currency to swap should your partner on the off-chance be from your own country. You must specify this in the comments, or be excluded from the swap.

You can send a coin of any value OVER 1 cent/penny/euro (must be currency, not a fake coin) to your partner, wherever in the world they might be. No grungy pennies! Shiny pennies are fine, but if you are sending a one-cent coin, try to send another with it. A single coin will suffice for ratings' sake.

Multiple people per country are allowed to participate so long as you have extra currency in case your partner is from the same country as you.


This is a great swap for folks with different currencies laying around!

Have fun swapping and building your coin collections! Private swaps are encouraged if you are looking for specific countries!

Unrated swappers cannot participate, no recent 1s or 3s without explanation. Newbies need to have at least 10 completed swaps (#2 or #3 type). In case of flakers (who will be banned), I will angel if need be!


Moineau 10/ 2/2014 #

Euros/France for me. Euro is the European Union currency (for most countries anyway) but the coin decor is specific to each country.

I do realize it's absolutely not a requisite for this swap but I'd be over-uber-super happy and grateful if the coin I receive is marked with the year 2011 or 2013. Those are the birth years of my kids and I'm putting together a collection of coins minted in 2011 for DD and in 2013 for DS :)

haiku25 10/ 2/2014 #


Babsmomof5 10/ 2/2014 #

I recently attempted to send some US coins to the republic of Belarus and they were returned saying no coins could be sent...what happens if that occurs with our partner? Could a bill suffice in that case?

moxsapphir 10/ 2/2014 #

USA, but I have extra coins from other places I have visited. So, if I get someone from USA, it's okay.

88bluebirds88 10/ 2/2014 #

UK- but can also send other currencies

AnneliesV 10/ 2/2014 #

I cann sent euro's from the Netherlands or other European countries, if you want, let me know.

Barbara 10/ 2/2014 #

one of Israel and one of Germany with a postage stamp from each of the countries.

AnnaLobanova 10/ 2/2014 #


AnnaLobanova 10/ 2/2014 #

Have only Russian rubles

JaneInSD 10/ 4/2014 #

I can send coins from the US, UK, Euro/Spain and Euro/Netherlands

haiku25 10/ 4/2014 #

I should probably note: I can only send Canadian currency

vhui 10/ 5/2014 #

Hong Kong coins and may check if I have some duplicates from Macau / China and other countries

ema819 10/ 6/2014 #

Lithuania, but also have coins from Ukraine and Poland

jkim 10/ 8/2014 #

korea. i'll send won.

Loony 10/ 8/2014 #

Canada, but I have others if I get a Canadian partner

Aleksis 10/ 9/2014 #

Poland. But I have TONS of coins from other countries :)

LeVenin 10/ 9/2014 #

US but have other ones (:

Jerry 10/12/2014 #

Taiwan and I can send coins of Taiwan.

lysandr 10/13/2014 #

I'm from Singapore. I can send Singaporean, Malaysian and Thai currency coins. :)

vick302000 10/15/2014 #

I have coins from other countries including many from before the Euro.

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