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Gold And Coin Exchange





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gold and coin exchange - Money




Money


Money



(The books I publish are always proof read and corrected before publishing on Kindle! David Snode)

IT is a strange thing that so little of the actual, physical story of money has been written.

Whole alcoves in libraries are full of books on the theory of money. They argue without end over such questions as the gold and silver standard, over what should be back of
the money that is issued, over measures to control its purchasing power, over inflation, credit.

But none of them goes back to the beginning, tells the story of money as it came down through the ages, shows how it developed into its present form, pictures it as it is to-day.
None of them tells the physical story of this thing which has much to do with the lives of men.

And so people know little about their money. Who knows, for instance, that money started with copper pots? Who knows that the first shilling was a fragment of a broken
ring taken by the victors in battle from the arms of those whom they had slain ? Who knows why the United States based its currency on the old pieces-of-eight of the pirate
stories instead of the shillings and pounds of the mother country ? Who knows how and why it came to pass that he can go to the bank and get five kinds of ten-dollar bills? Who knows why there are enough silver dollars laid away in the treasure vaults of the government to load a freight train three miles long?

There is no book in the Congressional Library in Washington which in an orderly way presents the facts with relation to the concrete development of the various forms of money with which we come into daily contact.

I have worked long in getting these facts together and in attempting to make available the wonderful and romantic story of how this master tool came to the hand of man. In
doing so I hope I have rendered a service. I hope I have made it easy for whosoever is curious to get a ready understanding of this money which occupies so much of the
attention of most people.

(The books I publish are always proof read and corrected before publishing on Kindle! David Snode)

IT is a strange thing that so little of the actual, physical story of money has been written.

Whole alcoves in libraries are full of books on the theory of money. They argue without end over such questions as the gold and silver standard, over what should be back of
the money that is issued, over measures to control its purchasing power, over inflation, credit.

But none of them goes back to the beginning, tells the story of money as it came down through the ages, shows how it developed into its present form, pictures it as it is to-day.
None of them tells the physical story of this thing which has much to do with the lives of men.

And so people know little about their money. Who knows, for instance, that money started with copper pots? Who knows that the first shilling was a fragment of a broken
ring taken by the victors in battle from the arms of those whom they had slain ? Who knows why the United States based its currency on the old pieces-of-eight of the pirate
stories instead of the shillings and pounds of the mother country ? Who knows how and why it came to pass that he can go to the bank and get five kinds of ten-dollar bills? Who knows why there are enough silver dollars laid away in the treasure vaults of the government to load a freight train three miles long?

There is no book in the Congressional Library in Washington which in an orderly way presents the facts with relation to the concrete development of the various forms of money with which we come into daily contact.

I have worked long in getting these facts together and in attempting to make available the wonderful and romantic story of how this master tool came to the hand of man. In
doing so I hope I have rendered a service. I hope I have made it easy for whosoever is curious to get a ready understanding of this money which occupies so much of the
attention of most people.










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Royal Canadian Mint Pavillion, Vancouver 2010 Olympics




Royal Canadian Mint Pavillion, Vancouver 2010 Olympics





The Royal Canadian Mint Pavillion features an Olympic coin exchange, the Million Dollar Coin produced by the mint, and the opportunity to have your picture taken with a gold brick (just like the ones in the movies), and a feature on the making of the medals for the 2010 Olympics.











albany coin exchange




albany coin exchange





solano at san pablo avenue - albany, california









gold and coin exchange








gold and coin exchange




Brittain's scheme to make a new coin of gold and silver to give in exchange for paper-money and South Sea stock. To which is added a proposal that ... the exchequer all contracts and mortgages






The 18th century was a wealth of knowledge, exploration and rapidly growing technology and expanding record-keeping made possible by advances in the printing press. In its determination to preserve the century of revolution, Gale initiated a revolution of its own: digitization of epic proportions to preserve these invaluable works in the largest archive of its kind. Now for the first time these high-quality digital copies of original 18th century manuscripts are available in print, making them highly accessible to libraries, undergraduate students, and independent scholars.
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The below data was compiled from various identification fields in the bibliographic record of this title. This data is provided as an additional tool in helping to insure edition identification:
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University of London's Goldsmiths' Library

N015689



London : printed for the author; and sold by J. Roberts, 1720. 27,[1]p. ; 8°










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