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  1. Diaconis

    Childhood excitement!

    Not quite a casein point, but i’ll wager some of those tits lactose because of the cold.
  2. Diaconis

    Childhood excitement!

    Talking of painful memories. I remember exploring the Abbey ruins at Lilleshall in the early 70’s with my dear old friend Teasdale who, for no apparent reason, decided that it would be interesting to experience first hand the sensation of peeing on an electrified fence. Seeing him thrown backwards holding his crotch in agony put me off trying it myself. So funny. That reminds me that i had a C-scope metal detector back then, very simple tool, only 2 knobs and it worked a treat. We found a rotted metal (?) box buried at depth and under a stone with what looked like medieval seals in it. They were wrapped in a rotted grungy leathery material as I recall and I thought I’d found the crown jewels. I often wonder what happened to them. I took them to school once for a project and they were unfortunately ‘mislaid’, never to be seen again.
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    1682 Sixpence

    Baldwins sold a 1682 in 2016 Auction Lot Date Start Hammer Auction 99 853 (« | ») 04.05.2016 280 GBP 400 GBP THE COLLECTION OF A CLASSICIST, BRITISH COINS, Charles II, Silver Sixpence, 1682, laureate and draped bust right, rev crowned cruciform emblematic shields, interlinked C’ s in angles, garter star at centre (ESC 1521 R2; Bull 578; S 3382). Good very fine, unevenly toned.
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    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    I think Blakeyboy has earned the cigar with Christine Rodgers. There are several pictures of her on imdb.
  5. Diaconis

    UK Election

    Imagine that, the end of TPGC’s and their meaningless population reports....every cloud (or rock)😉
  6. Diaconis

    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    Some of his other offerings appear to exhibit artificial toning and, coincidentally, are unslabbed.
  7. Diaconis

    MS 63 ?

    Waring wearing a hat
  8. Diaconis

    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    Gloria Best (?)
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    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    Just found my glasses, silly me it’s Bernie Clifton and Oswald the ostrich, easy mistake.
  10. Diaconis

    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    I haven’t got my glasses on, is that second one Rod Hull and Emu?
  11. Diaconis

    More Pennies

    But you try and tell the young people today that... and they won't believe ya'.
  12. Diaconis

    Alan Hunt coins?

    Those Scottish miscreants Ben Doon & Phil McCavity are worth a mention.
  13. lovely coin with wonderful iridescent sunburst toning on reverse.
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    Alan Hunt coins?

    Some other infamous Hughs, messrs Jass, Jarce, Jorgon, or Jardon.
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