Are you a fan of numismatics, otherwise known as the study or collection of money? If the answer is yes, then the Twitter account Monedas de Colombia (Colombian Coins) is one worth following.
From the city of Bucaramanga, the owner of the account, which has over 7,000 followers, tweets historical facts in Spanish about coins and banknotes from this South American country.
Según la International Association Currency Affairs las monedas colombianas fueron las más bonitas del mundo en 2013 pic.twitter.com/0zAoJakvaq
— Monedas de Colombia (@MonedasColombia) November 16, 2015
According to the International Association of Currency Affairs, Colombian coins were the world's most beautiful in 2013.
— Monedas de Colombia (@MonedasColombia) April 29, 2016
500 peso coin in homage to the Tree of Guacarí and the efforts of the municipality to preserve it. It fell in 1989. #ArborDay
In addition, this public account publishes facts about coins and bills from other countries around the world. However, its main focus is on the large Colombian collection minted and released throughout the country's history.
— Monedas de Colombia (@MonedasColombia) April 1, 2016
Coin 2 Crests 1627 Minted in the “Casa de Moneda” (the mint) in Bogota. The first gold coins minted in America
Un perro como imagen del Billete de 25 pesos emitido por el Banco Nacional de Colombia en 1895.
— Monedas de Colombia (@MonedasColombia) April 11, 2016
A dog as the image of the 25 peso bill released by the Colombian National Bank in 1895.
Likewise, it shares curious details for collectors and experts:
— Monedas de Colombia (@MonedasColombia) April 10, 2016
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