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Coin from Viinamarisaar.
An example of the element Niobium

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Coin from Viinamarisaar.
I'm pretty sure that Viinamarisaar is not a real country. It's described as a small island in the Baltic sea, but in fact it's a figment of the imagination, based loosely on the real Baltic sea island Ruhnu. Being a figment of someone's imagination has never stopped a country from having its own currency, in this case a quite attractive line of anodized niobium and titanium coins, plus assorted other coins and notes. Think of it as a fantasy baseball league for frustrated coinage designers.
Source: eBay seller b-turner
Contributor: Theodore Gray
Acquired: 24 February, 2007
Text Updated: 24 February, 2007
Price: $15
Size: 0.5"
Purity: >99%
Sample Group: Coins
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