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Wind speed should never be higher than the temperature, 17 degrees Fahrenheit and 50 mph wind is not fun.
Although this is common Canadian weather these two coins give me a tropical vacation, coinwise of course.
At this exact moment Bermuda is 65F and raining, which to me sounds wonderful.
I got these two in December of 2009 in my change while shopping for gifts, the stores were packed and I got quite a few nice coins that I will share this month. I assume someone just got back from a Bermuda trip and decided to shop for gifts not caring that their money was funny.
Here's the stats ...
Type/Country: 10 Cents / Bermuda
Value: $0.40 in XF
Type/Country: 25 Cents / Bermuda
Value: $0.75 in XF
I usually take pictures using the sunlight which gives coins a great natural look but recently I've been using artificial lights. Not just artificial lights but halogens or those swirly new high efficiency light bulbs. Both kinds are horrible, sure I can find some proper lighting but for these coins I'm not too worried.
I will keep adjusting but winter is not the season for natural light plus who new these new light bulbs take minutes to fully light when cold.
Do you have a Bermudian coin and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.