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  1. 12 points
    Just acquired my first George I crown (today's DNW auction)
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    George V, 1932, NGC, MS65RB
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    What you get when the good lady mistakes paint on your collar for lipstick?
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    I've seriously taken up boxing competition as part of my fitness regime. I had to go for a Medical as part of the insurance, and the doctor told me I'd got Sugar Diabetes, and I told him that in the form I was in, I'd win by a knock out.......
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    BREAKING: The World Health Organization has announced that dogs cannot contract Covid-19. Dogs previously held in quarantine can now be released. To be clear, WHO let the dogs out.
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    A Tesco lorry transporting a ton of frozen desserts overturned on the M25 last night. The emergency services arrived a trifle too late.
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    A couple from Jack at coopers coins that are both BU in hand.
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    1858 F over B in DEF I bought this one just last week and it arrived yesterday. Many thanks to a tip off from a friend.
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    Not the greatest coin in the world but I was pleased to pick up this 1904 Sixpence in an album full of otherwise scrap coins last week. Seems to be a scarcer date too. A slight upgrade for me:
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    1861 F28 5+G This one came in the post today , Not the finest example to be found. but one I didn't have.
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    Rather pleased to have obtained a 1918H penny with a fully struck up breastplate and reasonable hair detail. It's very difficult to find specimens with a good strike to both obverse and reverse. This one is otherwise only about EF, with a tiny trace of lustre in the legend, but it's the rest of it which appealed to me. My previous one was not as good, and has been consigned to the oddments drawer.
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    I was totally incredulous the other day when my wife declared that she was the world's number one fan of the Monkees. But then I saw her face........................
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    Here is mine - possibly even sharper on the reverse but with one or two irregularities around the edge:
  19. 3 points
    True story: The Who were suing their producer Shel Talmy. In court the judge said "WHO - You mean the World Health Organization?" The barrister for the defendant replied "No Your Honour, The Who are a popular beat combo." At this point, the band realised they were going to lose.
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    Hopefully the producer and scriptwriter
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    Sorry to hear of your experience Mike. If you are looking for an F114 upgrade then may be worth trying to find one with the added feature of the protrusion from the H as per below.
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    Today I got a 1911 hollow neck in F for £15. I'm really pleased.
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    1 1 was a racehorse 2 2 was 1 2 1 1 1 1 race 2 2 1 1 2
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    I was in a cafe and asked "Can I get a ham sandwich?" There was quite a negative reaction to this, so i said " May I have a ham sandwich?". Still uproar. I can't believe that the people in that cafe were so incensed about what I said. It doesn't matter- I'm not planning to go back to Karachi anyway....





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