Fake Chinese Coins

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This is a continuation of my last guide on Emperor coins.  Someone suggested to me the magnet test.  All of the coins were attracted.  I won't say they're worthless...valueless is a better word.  Their worth I mentioned in my first guide: "these a person can play with".  When I get a pretty silver Norwegian coin, my first thought is to take it out of its case and hold it, leaving fingerprints and harmful oils on it.  Instead I get out the Emperor coins and play with them while looking at the kroner piece. 

And they really do look and sound real.  It's too bad they aren't, but if they were real, I would have nothing to play with except Swedish coins, which don't have that pleasant weight.



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