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coins and bank notes on Delcampe by [email protected]
Hello dear collector-friend, I want to introduce you a great auction site for coins and bank notes. It has over 100 000 members. There you can sell,buy or even meet other collectors. +------------------------------------------------------------+ | Delcampe: a true collectors paradise ! ...
February 1st 06 10:49 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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FA: unpopular numislit, exonumia and colonials on eBaY ... by Ken Barr
FA: unpopular numislit, exonumia and colonials closing on eBay ... Closing tomorrow night, Wednesday, February 1st: Eighteen lots of numismatic literature, including both volumes on Civil War Tokens by the Fulds, "Bryan Money" Zerbe reprint, "World War II Allied Military Currency" by Toy, five...
February 1st 06 04:15 AM
by Ken Barr Go to last post
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Owners Eyes by Bruce H (BoxTurtle)
Greetings! We've all heard the phrase "Ownership adds a point to the grade" or variants thereof. I've always called that condition "owners eyes" and I've felt that I suffer from that condition much than average. Well, I made that statement to a friend of mine who collects quarters after we...
February 1st 06 04:04 AM
by Jud Go to last post
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Thousands show up for Nevada quarter event by stonej
February 1st 06 03:11 AM
by stonej Go to last post
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RUSSIA: 1842 rouble (A-Ch) -- rare overdate? by Bob Hairgrove
I picked up this coin today at the "Internationale Mnzenbrse" in Basel. This venue used to be the "World Money Fair", but that has moved to Berlin and will take place next weekend. Needless to say, the show has lost much of its former glamour (I can only compare it to last year's show). Spent a...
February 1st 06 02:31 AM
by RW Julian Go to last post
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Help with 200? Dime error??? by Tina
I found this in my pocket change and noticed this on the date, the date reads 200 with a very faint top of a 2 on the end I scanned a picture and would like opinions of this and is it common or what...since I"m new at collecting coins. TIA Tina http://members.cox.net/thouse5/2002dime.html
February 1st 06 02:14 AM
by Jonathan_ATC Go to last post
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89 years on the march by Alan Williams
And Lord only knows where it's been! But it's home now, home for good. Just popped out of a roll of nickles I got at the bank this morning, a 1917 Buffalo Nickel, full date, G-4. Welcome home, old man. I had a feeling I was due for another Buffalo. The real one, not the 2005 honorary bison. ...
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February 1st 06 02:08 AM
by John Go to last post
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London PM Fix & NY Close by DFloyd
-------------------------------------------------------- London Fix GOLD SILVER PLATINUM AM PM AM PM -------------------------------------------------------- Dec 01,2005 494.40 499.75 8.3150 985.00 ...
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February 1st 06 01:56 AM
by Alan Williams Go to last post
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US savings rate lowest since 1933 by stonej
Resist that urge for a big screen HDTV etc. http://www.baltimoresun.com/business/investing/bal-te.bz.economy31jan31,1,4222200.story?page=2&coll=bal-investing-headlines
February 1st 06 01:51 AM
by Alan Williams Go to last post
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Advice from Freeman and or Peck owners by Colin G.
Hello all, I am after a bit of advice, I own a copy of Freeman, but it is a first edition copy. In it he lists 7 obverses for the bronze bunhead farthing series. Had any new obverses been identified in the second edition? Can anyone confirm how many Peck identified? Many Thanks Colin G.
February 1st 06 01:45 AM
by Aram H. Haroutunian Go to last post
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rolls by bri
"e" wrote in message ... a vg 1905 barber. Alright!! e is the Bus Driver-- 'cause he's taking us to school ;-)
February 1st 06 12:41 AM
by bri Go to last post
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Get Rich by Daun Johnson
Take advantage of a great deal
February 1st 06 12:07 AM
by DFloyd Go to last post
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A new collector! by Wes Chormicle
My 11 yr old son has at last started to get "the bug". For Christmas I gave him a set of the Whitman "penny" boards from 1909 to the present. I also brought home about 50 pounds of Wheats for him to search through. After going through them all, he only had about 12 holes left to fill. ...
January 31st 06 11:05 PM
by Bruce H (BoxTurtle) Go to last post
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Want To Trade - Again ... Updated List by Steve H.
Had a decent response to an earlier listing, so I'm posting again with a list of coins to trade, and a "wish list" of coins I'd like to trade for. It's pretty lengthy - sorry if that's a problem. These are the coins I have to offer for trade. Canada 10 Cent 1976 Canada 25 Cent 1975 Canada 25...
January 31st 06 08:29 PM
by Edwin Johnston Go to last post
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Signs Econonmic Commentary by Dove
SOTT http://signs-of-the-times.org/signs/signs.php Donald Hunt 30/01/2006 Gold closed at 558.90 dollars an ounce on Friday, up 0.9% from $553.80 at the previous week's close. The dollar closed at 0.8269 euros on Friday, up 0.3% from 0.8241 euros the week before. The euro, then, closed at 1.2094...
January 31st 06 06:21 PM
by Dove Go to last post
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Seanie loves Greek camel drivers by Seanie & His Grik loving Chauffeurs
V Hehee... dumb Turk found "A" TYPO again! ^ |
January 31st 06 05:42 PM
by Seanie & His Grik loving Chauffeurs Go to last post
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Cyprus cheers hero Baghdatis by Seanie & His Grik loving Chauffeurs
gogu wrote: "choro-nik" ... Ma ta exases ola, re Agamemnona? For one thing, I have never hated Greeks. In fact the majority of people I keep in touch with are my old Greek friends from...
January 31st 06 05:30 PM
by Seanie & His Grik loving Chauffeurs Go to last post
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Mixed British Farthings 1807 - 1960 Full Size Images by Martyn Thomas
Mixed British Farthings 1807 - 1960 Full size images at: http://www.simaenterprise.com/coins/ebayfarthings.htm eBay at: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=8378771806
January 31st 06 05:08 PM
by Martyn Thomas Go to last post
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Agamemnon needs assistance by Seanie & His Grik loving Chauffeurs
gogu wrote: Yours is a troll posting. And you are a stalker. If you want to exchange any ideas with Aga, do it at the relevant threads. By starting an anti-Aga thread you are fortifying the general opinion that you are nothing but a troll and a stalker. Aga may be silly and stubborn but...
January 31st 06 04:49 PM
by Seanie & His Grik loving Chauffeurs Go to last post
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FA: Ky quarter w/die break by John
Last few hours to bid on this Kentucky Quarter with a fair sized cud, or die break. Thanks for looking. Can be seen at the following link: http://tinyurl.com/c5m8c John C (Fl)
January 31st 06 04:23 PM
by John Go to last post
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