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If you are a buyer or a seller of Collectible Coins and would like to buy or offer your Collectibles  in our Online Marketplace or open your free listing direct supply store, you have come to the right place. We offer collectors,  private sellers and dealers a place where to show their items listed for sale at auction or fixed price offering buyers a complete line, a huge variety of products and accessories they can choose from.

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The coinage of Asia began  roughly around the same time. Chinese cash coinage were issued only in base coins from the Zhou period of China until 1912:Coinage of India began in the 7th century  by smaller native states known
 as the Mahajanapadas.  Ashoka the Great of the Maurya Empire of India, issued coins of silver. The Persian coinage of the Achaemenid Empire and Greek coinage are based on the Lydian coinage of the 6th century . The Persians issued silver Siglos and gold Darics. The coinage of other parts of the Middle East, such as Egypt,
are based on Greek coinage. Many other nations adopted coinage either from Chinese, Indian or Lydian coinage (such as Kushan coins or Khmer coins).

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