►The Convenient NOOK GlowLight Plus eReader

Barnes & Noble NOOK GlowLight Plus eReader

Display

The Nook screen comes in 6-inch thinking durability, it is ideal for those who want a small screen. Paperwhite has improved its lighting adapted to read clearer texts on dark occasions, as they can adapt the text to suit your needs. The good thing is that you will not disturb other people while reading because the built-in light greatly improves reading.


Navigation

Comparing it with the Kindle, both products have made improvements from their earlier models to ensure that navigation is as simple as possible for the user. This means that they can be used by people who are ereader beginners and by children.

However, the Kindle is the best option if you are thinking about your children using your ereader, as there are more options for the children’s content available on Amazon.

Battery

Both the Nook and the Kindle have a battery life of eight weeks so they are similar in this regard. The life of the battery is one of its main concerns, any of the options would be equally appropriate.

Price

Both e-readers have a similar price. This means that they fall in the same price range and will be of interest to people with the same budget range.

Storage

The Kindle can store over 1,000 books and includes free cloud storage for all Amazon content. This is perfect for both people who use Amazon to get content and for hardcore readers who can take full advantage of storage space.

The NOOK has a greater capacity of storage, it has the possibility to store up to 2,000 books.

 

Convenient NOOK GlowLight Plus eReader

Caracteristics of Convenient NOOK GlowLight Plus eReader

  • Higher resolution, 300-dpi display, Glare-free screen
  • Fingerprint- and scratch-resistant
  • Waterproof and dustproof – Made of durable aluminum
  • Includes BlueProton USB 3.0 microSDXC/SDXC Card Reader

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▲ Numismatic: Argentine Ancient Coins 1813-1860

Numismatic:  Argentine Ancient Coins

After the pronouncement of May 1810, Buenos Aires and the other provinces of the Río de la Plata began the campaign of independence, sending expeditions to the High Peru, focus of realistic resistance. The Argentines took the Imperial Villa of Potosi with their mint. Coins were minted in 1810, 1813 and 1815: the last two occupations were important from the monetary point of view, since the type that was issued until then with the real bust and Hispanic emblems – was changed by new coins that bore the symbols patriotic Union and Freedom. The same happened in the Philippines with coins minted in America, which were countermarked

Mint of Potosi

Potosi (for Argentine). Rio de la Plata. 1813  –  J Jose Antonio de la Sierra ( Assayer)

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◙ Collectible Coins: American Revolutionary Coins Countermarked in Philippines

American Revolutionary Coins Countermarked in Philippines 

A collaboration of Marty Martinez

The circulation of the Philippines at the time of Spanish domination consisted of coin minted in other regions, mainly Potosi, Peru and Mexico, with the same denominations as in the rest of the colonies.


From the independence of the American colonies, there was a retraction in the circulating in this zone. For this reason should have appealed to a very curious policy: the reselling of currencies. Potosí, Peru and Mexico were alternated several times by Independents and Spaniards between 1810 and 1828.

As a result, the independentist minted their own currencies (Potosi: Bolivia and Argentina), Lima (Peru) and Mexico. Apparently when the Spaniards occupied these places again, they also appropriated the new mints, some of which were sent to the Philippines by the Pacific route.  Thus, circulated from 1828 Peruvian independence coins, Mexican and Bolivian in Philippine, with the Spanish denominations.

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▲ Ancient Mint: Assayers in Spanish America

Mint Assayers in Colonial Times  

Places of Coinage, Essayers, Masters of the Mint  and Judges of Balance

Assayers in Spanish America

Each coin identifies the place of coinage and also the person responsible for the law of the coin (purity and weight) called the assayer. Usually the initials of the names were used and could be one or two assayers by minting. In the case of Philippines well into the nineteenth century also included the person responsible for balance. This is an example of how to identify these signs in coins.

Potosi: PS             Assayer  L Leandro Ozio  Value: ( Reales):

Assayers and Masters of Mints

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