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1 minute ago, ilovesilverireallydo said:

Is she like the tooth fairy?? Do you have teeth like Goldie??? And How many teeth did you leave out for her??? 

No teeth were removed or damaged in the purchase of this half Sovereign...

...I’ve simply run out of reasonable excuses/ explainations that justifies to my wife why yet another parcel has hit the mat 😉

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Went to my local coin shop this morning, since I am filling in some US coins.

1992 & 2001 Silver Proof Sets : 1992 was the first year they introduced these. 90% silver on the half, quarter, and dime. 1999 was the first year which included the State Quarters. That set a bit expensive. The 2001 has the NY quarter, my birthplace NY City. Eventually I want all silver sets up to present.

1942 & 43 Liberty Halfs ; ok condition. I have the 1945. I need the 1940, 41, 44 now.

He has very few British coins. These he gave me free. I thought the Diana was nice, too bad it's 1967 and not 1961 her birth year. 

I have a question about Canadian coinage. Were there ever shilling, sixpence, crowns, etc in Canada?

 

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3 hours ago, PansPurse said:

My first order with @ElDoradoCoinsdotDe very happy. All present and correct, coin/cases in good nick, well packaged, will be using again. :) 

 

Also loving that the German for coin gloves is basically 'money hand-shoes'

 

Great stuff...gotta have those supplies if we want to collect proper :)

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On 30/05/2018 at 22:13, PansPurse said:

Yeah, I think I'm a bit too fond of fondling things for graded coins to work for me. Also I am not sure I could really tell the difference between a mediocre AU versus an MS etc

AU isn't necessarily a mediocre grade especially if it was minted in the San Franciso or Carson City mints but then most CC's at any grade are in demand in the process of hunting for some morgans myself :) not CC though.

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On 30/05/2018 at 09:51, Silverknight said:

Thanks for the shout out buddy, glad you like it. Regards Chris 

Do you have a website? Interested to see what you have on offer.

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17 minutes ago, MickB said:

 

My 2010 American silver proof arrived today that I won on eBay. Didn't expect to win the bid but maybe because it wasn't listed with full details that it went unnoticed by most other buyers on the bay.

 

Nice to bag such a beautiful coin, particularly at a favourable price 😉

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7 hours ago, PolarPanda said:

I received my graded coins back from @Numistacker. Very happy with them besides the comments on the Youtube video... I love to have the series i will collect graded and slabbed. And for me... i really love the Swan designs. 

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I didn’t see the comments you’re referring to but ignore the trolls if that’s what they were doing. Your coins, your money, your choice!

World would be a boring place if we all like the same thing

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