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Age : 46
Localisation : Lozère
Date d'inscription : 01/09/2008

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MessageSujet: Message VCOINS    Message VCOINS  Icon_minitimeVen 21 Oct - 9:58

Bonjour à tous coucou , voici la copie d'un message de Vcoins, je pense que nous avons tous à gagner à leur laisser un commentaire en suivant le lien!submitComment;D=DOS-2011-0115-0001

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Dear VCoins/VAuctions Customer:

This message is being transmitted on behalf of the Ancient Coin Collectors Guild (ACCG) concerning an urgent matter that affects all collectors of ancient coins.

What is being asked of you is to take 5 minutes to write a comment to the State Department’s Cultural Property Advisory Committee via a website. Please submit your comment once by the deadline of November 2, 2011, 5pm EST.

Please consider sending this to any coin collector you know:

The US State Department is seeking public comment on a new request for import restrictions made on behalf of Bulgaria. To submit comments electronically to the State Department’s Cultural Property Advisory Committee (CPAC), go here:!submitComment;D=DOS-2011-0115-0001 For further details of the request, see

What is at issue? Despite President Obama’s efforts to foster government transparency, the State Department has not indicated whether coins are part of the request. Nonetheless, based on recent history, it is probable that import restrictions on coins will be proposed. As a practical matter, this means the State Department and US Customs may be considering restrictions on tribal coinages from Thrace, coins of Greek city states like Apollonia Pontica and Messembria, Roman provincial coins struck at Bulgarian mints, and even some Roman Imperial coins. It’s also possible that any restrictions will include later coins as well. Though details are few, the public summary the State Department has provided indicates that Bulgaria seeks import restrictions on objects from 7500 B.C. to the 19th c. AD. If restrictions are imposed on coins, many common types will likely become so difficult to import legally that they will become unavailable to most collectors.

Why bother? Large numbers of coin collectors have made their concerns known to CPAC. Recently, 70% of the comments CPAC received on an MOU with Greece were from concerned coin collectors. Even though recent extensions of import restrictions to certain Greek and Roman Republican coins from Italy and on coins from Cyprus despite the vast amount of public comment make it easy to become cynical, public comment can at least help moderate demands for import restrictions. For example, the archaeologists actively sought import restrictions on Roman coins as well during the discussions about the Italian MOU, but they remain exempted, and thus easy to obtain on the open market, likely due to the 2000 or so faxes CPAC received from concerned collectors.

What should I say? Tell the State Department and CPAC what you think about the bureaucracy’s efforts to deny you the ability to collect common ancient artifacts that are available worldwide. You might also might consider noting that coins from Bulgarian mints are common and often very inexpensive. Tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands exist in collections around the world, and because of the low price the vast majority of these coins will never have been through an auction and will have no verifiable provenance.

If you are having trouble commenting from the direct link above, go to and search on docket number DOS-2011-0115. Further information about, including instructions for accessing agency documents, submitting comments, and viewing the dockets, is available on the site under “How To Use This Site.” Kindly note that your comments will be public so avoid conveying any personal information, and, of course, be polite in commenting on the issue.

Please submit comments just once, before the cutoff of 5:00 PM EST Nov. 2, 2011.
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Age : 48
Localisation : Ile de france
Date d'inscription : 01/07/2009

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MessageSujet: Re: Message VCOINS    Message VCOINS  Icon_minitimeVen 21 Oct - 13:23

Merci pour l'info. Message relayé également par hj berk.
C'est assez inquiétant de voir ce genre d'initiatives de multiplier avec de plus en plus de pays.
Comme pour les monnaies "italiennes" je pense qu'il est important de réagir...
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Age : 50
Localisation : Aux marges de l'Armorique...
Date d'inscription : 09/11/2008

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MessageSujet: Re: Message VCOINS    Message VCOINS  Icon_minitimeSam 22 Oct - 11:30

Et dire qu'autrefois les monnaies circulaient sans entrave au sein de l'empire ainsi qu'hors de ses frontières... Certaines décisions de nos contemporains tiennent vraiment du non sens Embarassed
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