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Hello Pawjtr, and welcome to Currency Wiki! Thanks for your edit to the Argentina page! There's a lot of stuff to do around here, so the community hopes you will stay with us and make more contributions.

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Dser (talk) 15:02, August 24, 2015 (UTC)

Copyright Edit

Hello. I see that you are a new editor here, so welcome! I hope you decide to stick around and make some more contributions to the site!

There are some things, though, that I would like to advise you about before you continue making edits. First, Wikipedia's licensing allows for its text to be reused so long as the source is attributed. We usually do this here by adding {{Wikipedia}} to the top of the page, which I see you've done here. However, not everything on the internet can be copied due to copyright law, and for that reason I had to remove the "Numismatics of Spain" section you incorporated into Spain. Also, we do have a policy in place here for images, and since those images were not in line with the policy, they have been deleted as well.

Please message me back if you have any questions! :) --Dser Bc · A (talk | email) 22:04, 08/25/15

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