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Hi Everyone – I am new to this website but have been collecting coins for quite some time. I have been working my way krauuse the list of Australian coins in the Catalogue finding out the KM numbers. I could easily add it to the catalogue but how is the KM number determined?
KM# Numbers – Numista
There are lots more like this one. I probably can provide the answer.
Welcome to the site. And this site, which krauwe has coin values Head with tiara right Obverse Designer: Vladimir Gottwald Edge Description: Year of the Pig Ruler: That was a great reply. The link to the Numismaster site is very helpful. I did find a couple of my coins on there that I couldn’t find on here. As I have mentioned I collect Australian coins but one of the problems with that is we have 2 mints in this country.
The Royal Australian Mint in Canberra which produces all of the circulating definitive and circulating Commemoratives and quite a few Non-circulating Commemoratives which are exactly the same size and composition of the circulating coins. Except for some silver and gold coins that I don’t collect. The other mint is the Perth Mint which is located in Western Australia. They only produce what I would call Collector Coins.
They are apparently legal tender but you would be crazy to try to use one that way. To me they are just toy coins and they constantly issue more and more of them.
It is easy for someone to get confused between the Perth Mint coins and the RAM coins when looking thru all the KM numbers as they are all interspersed with each other numerically. One coin I have that I can’t find on either site is this one However there is a version of the same coin. The only difference is the year date. The version is KM Anyway thanks again for helping me out. I can’t even find that coin the nor the in the Standard Catalog of World coins by Krause although it has a KM number.
But the last years it happens regularly much to often that it takes a long time before they reach the Catalog.
But where comes that KM number from then? I have been adding all of the Decimal Australian coins that are missing from the catalogue on Numista that I have in my collection.
I have an extensive collection with almost every decimal Aussie coin ever issued. I haven’t finished ktause them yet because there are a lot missing but when I have finished the Numista catalogue will krrause spot on. How long does it take for someone to verify the coins? I do understand that someone has to check all the information that I have put in. They seem to have got missed so I hope that somehow they will get issued one.
How is this determined? Who actually issues the KM numbers and how are they alerted to coins they have missed?
When I add the latest and coins they won’t have KM numbers kishler because they are too new.
I’ll still add them and when KM numbers are issued I’ll add them to the Numista kruase. I hate those Perth mint coins though, they are awful, wrong size, wrong weight, toy looking coins. I’m not touching them at all.
Globetrotter Coin variants in English: Sjoelund 1 dollar Centenary of Age Pension: They have been missed which is why I have updated the whole Australian list on Numista. However KM is a Perth Mint coin. The other 2 coins you listed I already have and I have updated their details in Numista.