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Celebrity Numismatists?

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4 hours ago, Stu said:

Who is jack black? I don't own a telly so do not know many celebrities. 

Or more precisely, what is he famous for? 

He's a film comedian, actor and musician I think :)

In the coin world he is famous for his excellent packaging and next day delivery :ph34r:

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6 hours ago, WealdenWoodsman said:

Very interesting, thanks! I'd never heard of Coincraft in London, it seems like an interesting place to browse. They have some odd stuff, like this scratch'n'sniff pizza coin. The first coin with cheese spots?

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3 minutes ago, shortstack68 said:

Crimewatch? :lol:

Back in the early 90s I went out for a meal with a girlfriend and some of her family and family friends. There was a bloke there (friend of her dad), proper arrogant widebody who I took an instant dislike to.

3 weeks later he was in the crimewatch rogues gallery. Wanted for fraud and deception. I think he got a 7 stretch. 

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On ‎12‎/‎18‎/‎2017 at 00:20, kimchi said:

Very interesting, thanks! I'd never heard of Coincraft in London, it seems like an interesting place to browse. They have some odd stuff, like this scratch'n'sniff pizza coin. The first coin with cheese spots?

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Thanks @kimchifor posting this. I remember someone, was it @ChrisSIlver ? posting about these a couple of years back and I've always liked the idea so have treated myself for Christmas :D

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22 hours ago, Stu said:

I believe Prunella Scales has an extensive collection of Reichsmark coins(uncirculated). 

I have absolutely no evidence regarding this however this is what I believe! 

I like to think John Cleese has a 'invaded Poland' commemorative tucked away somewhere  :P

 

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