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Diaconis

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  1. Does the trend continue?

    Anyone outraged at being well and truly Spinked today?  Are your Numismatic 'Circular's' still twitching?

    I only followed a small part and I missed out on a couple of pieces which sold at about the right price. I was thinking of picking them up as duplicates so bid accordingly, a self fulfilling prophesy, won nothing, so it could have been a complete waste of time, hadn't I enjoyed it so much. 

     

     

     

     


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    9 hours ago, Michael-Roo said:

    Yes, I know, as it is with stamps,  it's all about editions and 'collect 'em all' but I guess I'm just a little too set in my ways to see the attraction.

    At least the commemorative stamp is a stamp and is current and fit for purpose, i.e, sticking on a letter. Now if ever they had the idea to make them out  of Vicuna wool or Mulberry silk then we could see a similar trend in Phil Latterly. 


  3. 10 hours ago, jelida said:

    To me the coin is probably genuine, but not a ‘touch piece’ of course.

    I like to think that there would have been a contemporary significance with the ‘holey’ Ed.VI pieces. As a memento of a young King taken early, or as a talisman worn in the hope of preventing a return to Catholicism perhaps?

     


  4. 4 minutes ago, copper123 said:

    Gives marleybob hope then

    💡marley and bob hope, what a combo that was, never without each other right up to the bitter end.

    Don’ worry, ‘bout a ‘ting cuz every little ‘ting is iiiiiiirieeeeeeee.....

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  5. 1 hour ago, Rob said:

    Looking at Heritage, the new owner is now actively seeking offers of $1287 or more - so only 30% more than a price that was already 4 or 5 times higher than you'd expect to pay.

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  6. 1 minute ago, mick1271 said:

    I know nothing about these sort of things , but apart from it being highly overpriced , it also looks like a really poor fake  .

    Ouch! thats really bad. Cromwell’s had a nose job and has taken to smoking forbidden herbs by the look of that eye. And he claims it is authentic. His whole stock is probably not worth 10% of what he’s asking. Quite sad really. Over 23000 sales too, smh.


  7. 5 hours ago, PWA 1967 said:

    He was on the set up TV programme Pawn stars ,trying to sell a Roman thing ,that apparently he knew nothing about 😃

    Just watched it, what an arrogant chap he is. Id never do business with him.

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  8. Just now, copper123 said:

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    Posted Saturday at 09:52 AM (edited)

      On 1/30/2021 at 9:40 AM, Diaconis said:

    The man behind the legend.

     

     

    'Man'?

    I'm not sure he's started shaving yet. 😁

    Update: I retract. His ebay photo must be more recent as it shows him sporting face fluff.

    The dailymotion Huummmmmm

    Sez it all LOL:lol:

    Im genuinely not up on the naffness rating of these sites. Is DM considered to be used by a certain type of user? What exactly does that say about him (as if i needed to ask)

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