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I'll add a [["Numismatic-related Topics"]] title to the home page, which you can then follow to create whatever pages you wish (please keep them related to coins, though). - CoinKing, Jan 13, 2009.
I'll add a [["Numismatic-related Topics"]] title to the home page, which you can then follow to create whatever pages you wish (please keep them related to coins, though). - CoinKing, Jan 13, 2009.
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::This is interesting. I see you have started a page for each variety of US coins. Might I suggest that before you go much further you estabish 1. A template for each page. 2. A second site as a repository for photos of each variety, so that they may be used for the same site in oher languages. Like CoinFacts Shared. [[User:2old|2old]] 20:12, 15 May 2009 (UTC)

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Ron, I'm not sure what you want to go here, I am going to use the discussion page to make suggestions, I'm sure others will have suggestions also so for now we can use that page. --Texast 08:29, 5 December 2008 (UTC)

I'm probably dense, but I'm having trouble finding how to add a new subject to this page, so I'm adding to Texast's comment. (Sorry,Texast.) But what I wanted to learn is how to add a subject to the Misc. page. I collect numismatic articles in old newspapers, not coins, and would like to post some revealing articles on this site for others. How about having a "Research" subject? But don't just have subjects you list available; let us choose our own names. For example, if I wanted to post an article about the treasure left by the Donner Party and found about a century ago, I couldn't put it in either U.S. or World coins, because it contained both. So let me choose my own title, such as "Donner Party Treasure". Also, I can't find an e-mail address to ask this question directly, so am asking it here, where it probably doesn't belong. - Whiskers, Jan 10, 2009.

I'll add a "Numismatic-related Topics" title to the home page, which you can then follow to create whatever pages you wish (please keep them related to coins, though). - CoinKing, Jan 13, 2009.

This is interesting. I see you have started a page for each variety of US coins. Might I suggest that before you go much further you estabish 1. A template for each page. 2. A second site as a repository for photos of each variety, so that they may be used for the same site in oher languages. Like CoinFacts Shared. 2old 20:12, 15 May 2009 (UTC)
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