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making silver


Alqosh

* Carpentry – making agricultural tools such as sickles * Smithery * Making packsaddle for mules and donkeys * Knitting – needle work * Dying – dying local yarns * Tailoring – tailoring the clothes of the region using local or imported fabric * Tinsmithery – whitening kitchen utensils that were made of tin in the past * Jewelry making silver and golden ornaments * Sesame mills to produce Tahiniyi (Metthanat Bet Yaldkou, Metthanat Bet Khoubear


Australia

the value of silver in relation to gold. As such, silver dollars (worldwide) fell in value against the US dollar, the Canadian dollar and the Newfoundland dollar. This did not affect the Spanish dollar accounts that were being used in the British territories in the Eastern Caribbean because these were merely paper units that were being used in conjunction with sterling (Pound sterling) coinage at a fixed rate of $1 4s 2d. It did however have the effect of making

silver dollar coins return to the West Indies. Silver dollars had very much disappeared in the West Indies following the discovery of gold in Australia in 1851. The return of silver dollars to the West Indies after 1873 threatened the gold standard there that had been in operation since 1704, and so by the year 1876, the British West Indies territories began to pass legislation to demonetize the silver dollars. In the Far East and in Latin America, the silver dollars


Canada

because these were merely paper units that were being used in conjunction with sterling (Pound sterling) coinage at a fixed rate of $1 4s 2d. It did however have the effect of making silver dollar coins return to the West Indies. Silver dollars had very much disappeared in the West Indies following the discovery of gold in Australia in 1851. The return of silver dollars to the West Indies after 1873 threatened the gold standard there that had been in operation since 1704, and so


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