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    1865 / 3 Satin 56c
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    Been doing a couple of pictures that i think look nice ,so thought i would share them. 1865
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    The 1911 proofs are often very nicely toned, due, it is thought by many, to the materials in the box the set came in. Discussed and shown before, but here's mine - I think it's truly beautiful
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    I'd suffered a bad example of a 1948 3d for too many years - my 1946, 49, 50 and 51 were all better! - so when this UNC example turned up for (I think) £39 I just had to have it and my offer of £35 was accepted. It's actually better in hand than the pictures, being virtually BU.
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    Opened the bathroom cabinet and three bottles of Omega 3 landed on my head. Luckily my wounds were only super fish oil.
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    Just left the dentist. Bruised jaw, blood running down the side of mouth. To be fair he had it coming.
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    And something more mundane - as it says on the label.
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    Things are a bit dead at the moment, so let's try to breathe a bit of life into this place. P1163 Taylor restrike pattern halfpenny.
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    I don't Imagine it will get nearly as many posts, although I'm not sure about the longevity. Of course the other one is 15 years old now, so whether this one will be in 2035 - who knows? Anyway, a best offering for me is actually very recent. It's a common enough date, being an 1855 PT penny, but it is in immaculate condition. Pretty much uncirculated with superb toning, and only £50. Bargain.
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    Came in drunk last night and didn’t want to wake anyone up I went to the kitchen and stuck two French pancakes to my feet and crêped up the stairs.
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    That reminds me Mike, I was once asked to come up with a list of 10 sexual innuendoes... I inadvertently came up with 11, so I had to rub one out.
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    Ooh err missus. I do miss Frankie Howerd.
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    I agree, bordering on the ugly I'd say, a face only a mother could love. However, if the beauty of the monarch was high up on the list of selection criteria, there would be a lot of empty cabinets around😉