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Yippee! Found at the bank 11/7 by Scottishmoney
Today whilst retrieving my ankle nippers allowance from the bank, yes their customary $2 bill things, I asked the teller if she had any halves, especially pre 1970's. Bingo, I scored a 1969-D in EF. It was the first of that year I have ever gotten, I usually get 66's or 67's. Goodies...
November 7th 03 07:55 PM
by Alan & Erin Williams Go to last post
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Byron Kanzinger by Richard Snow
Bryon Kanzinger, author of the Civil War Token Collector's Guide and a well respected dealer in Civil War Tokens, passed away last night around 7:00. He was 35 years old. For the past few years Bryon was bravely battling a cancerous tumor in his brain. Until a month ago, Bryon was still active...
November 7th 03 07:20 PM
by Richard Snow Go to last post
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Contest Alert: The 'I Have Too Many Slabs' Contest by Stujoe
I suddenly find myself having more slabs - PCI, SEGS, ICG, ANACS, PCGS, and the shattered remains of a couple of NGCs - than at any other time in my life. Since I need to run a contest, I decided to pass one of them on to a lucky winner here. It is a Silver, Brilliant Proof, FSNC #1838, Original...
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November 7th 03 07:16 PM
by James Williams Go to last post
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FA: 1893-S Morgan Dollar compared with AU-50 by Ira Stein
Both certified by PCGS, the EF-45 now for auction was graded about 12 years ago and he AU-50 that I sold several months ago was graded this year. I hope you can see these images. If you can, I will go back and end my earlier auctions and re-list with same text but new images. Perhaps then you'll...
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November 7th 03 05:05 PM
by LRC-Tom Go to last post
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Coins for Kids at Baltimore - Donations needed by EdKuszmar
The December 5-7, 2003 Baltimore Coin and Currency Convention will once again feature a Free Hand Full of Money for youngsters (12 and under)as part of our continuing effort to bring more youngsters into our hobby and business, and we will once again need a lot of "bulk" and better material for the...
November 7th 03 04:59 PM
by EdKuszmar Go to last post
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Eating coins is dangerous by Stan J. Lefosi
I ate some coins and got serious colon-problems, I could not stop farting. In the moring, my house was so full of methane, that by turning on the light, I created a huge explosion and everything is destroyed now. So donīt eat coins !
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November 7th 03 01:53 PM
by A.Gent Go to last post
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FA: Ancients and other items by [email protected]
Greetings, I have a fairly broad selection of items up for auction, here is what I have up currently: PM66 Greek Fraction - Phoenicia - Sharp Lion! http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=4738&item=2200851752 PM66 Nice Soter Megas AE/Billon...
November 7th 03 12:41 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Cretified Indian Cent! New word, but.. by RF
.... it sure seems to fit! http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2200370806 Ahh... so can we call all ACG coins, Cretified??? I like it! ;o) Sam F.
November 7th 03 07:12 AM
by Mike Go to last post
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How much is 5 gal. of old coins worth? by Bill
A relative of a friend has a 5 gallon water bottle full of mixed coins. The jar was full since about 1980 and remained idle ever since (she was retired and lived by herself). Now she is moving, the friend informes friend she is about to take the coins to a coinstar and cash it all in. Knowing...
November 7th 03 06:36 AM
by BobbyShaw Go to last post
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HOLIDAY SWAP update! by BobbyShaw
Well, it's day 4 in the collection process. The response and participation has been excellent! I'm still not going to publicly share any participants (I want to respect people's privacy, keep possible partners a complete surprise until the end, and I don't want who does/does not participate to be...
November 7th 03 06:07 AM
by BobbyShaw Go to last post
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San Francisco Mint Fire by TheDimeMan
http://www.geocities.com/dewardt/flcc/sanfrancisco.html This story was presented at a recent meeting of the Ft Lauderdale Coin Club. Feedback TheDimeMan
November 7th 03 06:01 AM
by TheDimeMan Go to last post
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FA: 1834 Capped Bust Quarter, VF / EF.. by Harv
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=11963&item=2201864813 Something odd about the "25c." denomination. Rare variety? I don't know enough about these to know but after looking at two dozen imaged examples on TeleTrade today, I didn't see another one with the "2" higher than the...
November 7th 03 04:22 AM
by Harv Go to last post
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PING RF by George D
Hay Sam want to go to the Coin show in Scottsdale this Sunday? If so give me a call or email me. -- George D Phoenix, AZ AAA, AARP, ANA, NRA, RCC ?+1, PIA, PIAAZ, GATF 85006-3032-18-4 "A Native American grandfather was talking to his grandson about how he felt. He said, I feel as if I have two...
November 7th 03 03:51 AM
by George D Go to last post
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State quarters Denver Mint by Arnold Swanson
Is there anyone on the west coast that would like to swap circulated Denver mints for Philadelphia mints? I have enough of the first 22 to swap one of each.
November 7th 03 02:48 AM
by Larry Louks Go to last post
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Boston may use new parking meters by Paul Anderson
Boston is thinking of using a new type of parking meter that accepts "quarters and debit cards". http://www.thebostonchannel.com/news/2608726/detail.html No wonder people think using debit cards for meters is convenient, if the alternative is using piles of quarters. I have sent a message to...
November 7th 03 12:52 AM
by Steve355 Go to last post
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Currency Folder by Greg
I'm looking for a good currency folder that will hold large as well as small currency, any suggestions? Greg
November 7th 03 12:46 AM
by Sean Moffatt Go to last post
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Stade de France. by gogu
WOW! A bronze medal weighting 500 g / 17,64 oz!!! And not an ugly one ! http://boutique.monnaiedeparis.com/cgi-bin/mdp.storefront/en/product/100111545700P0 -- E' mai possibile, oh porco di un cane, che le avventure in codesto reame debban risolversi tutte con grandi puttane! F.d.A
November 7th 03 12:42 AM
by gogu Go to last post
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Nickels gone of Mint site by Sparkslaw
Hmm, did I miss another mint product? The rolls of nickels that were to go on sale today are nowhere to be seen. Or, I'm finally going blind.
November 7th 03 12:06 AM
by Sparkslaw Go to last post
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1866 shield nickle by Bernhard Rich
Now why would anyone bid on this without seeing the correct picture? http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2200197804&category=11953
November 6th 03 11:38 PM
by Bill Krummel Go to last post
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Super Coin Comics by Michael E. Marotta
$$ !! SUPER COIN COMICS !!$$ IN THIS ISSUE: THE RECREATIONAL COIN COLLECTORS VERSUS THE GOLDBUG! PART 10: -*- CONCLUSION -*- "THE BIGGEST CHILL" From the tallest tower of Capital City, the Goldbug raises his clenched fists in triumph! "MINE! MINE! EVERY COIN, EVERY BANKNOTE,
November 6th 03 10:59 PM
by Phil DeMayo Go to last post
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