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augur

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    London
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    Stacker & Collector

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  • What I am collecting / Investing in.
    Jodi Clark coins
    Queens Beast Bullion and Proof Ag/Au
    1989/2017 Quintuple Sovereign BU/PF
    Silver Cedis

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  1. What is this?

    These crude welded on handles (as if for leather straps) should exclude it from being a precision machine part. Maybe its more to transfer the silver onto an axle or shaft to make use of its conducting properties (electrical/thermal). In which part of railroads did your grandfather work?
  2. What is this?

    Obviously some machine parts. Can you take pics of the other side and the mounting hole? Also connect two pieces where they can be interlocked?
  3. What is this?

    Contact plate for the carbon brushes of a large electrical motor or generator would be my guess.
  4. NGC Grading Submissions Open

    10 oz of gold is always something to aspire to, let alone MS69+
  5. NGC Grading Submissions Open

    It looks like silver is for stacking and gold is for grading... great results everyone! More than pleased with the results! It's like Christmas came early!
  6. Britannia Photo Thread...

    1/4 oz proof Britannia, first issue of each respective metal. 1987 Au (PF70), 1997 Ag (PF69), 2007 Pt (PF70)
  7. The Zombiebird? Goes well with the RM Lunar dog...
  8. UK Pre-Decimal Silver Thread...

    1927 Wreath Crown (proof) 1927 Sixpence (proof)
  9. But seriously, maybe we can do an Easter price draw
  10. I wonder how it fares now with the drop in silver spot, the face value must be way above the material value...