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Undroit-L Discussion Group

"Why are stamp, coin and antiquities dealers and collectors concerned about the Unidroit Convention? The definitions of coins and stamps are so broadly stated that any collector or institution owning a stamp or coin more than one hundred years old, issued from another country than that in which the collection resides, could be required to return it to the country of origin in the absence of documentary proof that the object was legally exported. Description: This list is dedicated to discussing the effects of the Unidroit Convention and related legislation on trading in and collecting antiquities, and in particular, on ancient coin collecting..."

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