Monday, August 28, 2017

69,696 Drink Labels Passed!

We are happy to announce that Colnect Drink Labels category has passed a new awesome milestone of 69,696 items!

Gumpoldskirchner Riesling, Wine, Austria, 1964, Colnect catalog

Our catalog of  Drink Labels was started in February of 2013 with a few items. Now, after four years of hard and dedicated work of Colnect Collectors Community, Drink Labels category is an impressive piece of collaborative work.

H-Festivalový ležák 12, Beer, Czech Republic, Colnect catalog

There are drink labels from 143 countries, produced by 5,323 companies, from 35 kinds of beverage. The popular beverages are beer, soda, water, and wine. You can find drink labels with Castles, BirdsMolluscsCrowns and Coronets and more 389 different themes on Colnect.

Sprout Stout, Beer, Netherlands, Colnect catalog

Thank you to all our awesome contributors for the collaboration and fantastic work. Special thanks to the category coordinator, Mario Wicht [Betta1970]. We cannot even estimate how much devotion and passion you have been put to your attempts to make Colnect better.

The Crimean port white, Wine, Soviet Union, USSR, Colnect catalog

Colnect has been built by collectors for collectors and any help is much appreciated. Interested in starting helping out developing Colnect? Read our Contributors guide and fill out our Contributor application.


Friday, August 25, 2017

80,008 Banknotes Cataloged ;)

We are so happy to celebrate the next awesome achievement in Banknote catalog. 80,008 banknotes are reached :)

100 Pesos, 1974, Mexico

We are grateful to the devoted two co-coordinators Vidami Istvan [mozistv] and Imre Csendes [SethChimera] for taking care of category. The help of the category editors and contributors is very much appreciated. Thank you for your time and dedication.

100 Francs, 1949, Belgium

Category of banknotes on Colnect is so various and diverse and includes paper money from 299 countries. There are some interesting facts about banknotes those you can find in our catalog.

The largest dollar bill ever issued was a Gold Certificate that has the face value of 100 000. They were issued in 1934 and were used for transactions between Federal Reserve banks only.

100,000 Dollars, 1934, USA

Banknotes with the £1 face values were in circulation from 1796. During the French Revolutionary wars, banknotes with small face values were printed to replace gold coins. £1 b
anknotes had circulated until 1988. The last issue of £1 banknote was decorated with the picture of Sir Issac Newton.

1 Pound, 1978, UK

Do you know that Martha Washington is the only woman memorialized on US paper money? Her portrait was printed on a silver certificate in denominations of $ 1 issue in 1886, 1891 and 1896.

1 Silver Dollar, 1886, USA

Do you want to join us and make Colnect better together? We always welcome and appreciate any help. If you've never contributed information to Colnect before, please read our Catalog Contribution Guidelines.

Saturday, August 5, 2017

33,333 Pocket Calendars on Colnect

We are happy to announce that Pocket Calendar category on Colnect has reached a great number of 33,333 items.

Windmill, Russia, 2015, Colnect catalog

We are very thankful to the category coordinator, Hans Meeuwisse [steamtrain], and all the helpers who dedicated their time to better this category.

Four Red Kittens, Argentina, 2006, Colnect calendar

Now the category featured the pocket calendars from 73 countries. The most popular theme of pocket calendars is, of course, cats. They are so cute and even a short single look at them may turn your mood up for a whole day :)

Girl, USA, 1891, Colnect catalog
The oldest pocket calendar in our catalog is dated of 1891. It is the only one item from the XIX century in our pocket calendar catalog. We hope to add more old pocket calendars to Colnect catalog. 

Mashpriborintorg, USSR, 1972, Colnect catalog

Colnect has been built by collectors for collectors and any help is much appreciated. Would like to join and contribute to the Pocket Calendar catalog too? Learn more on the Pocket Calendar Catalog Contribution Guidelines page. There are many ways you can help us make Colnect catalog better: add new items, add images and information to existing ones, translate catalog to your language, edit the catalog, write wiki articles, and even create a new category.

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