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  1. Well thanks for taking the time to answer my questions and giving me good information to go on. Im definitly will be back to ask some more. All the best.
  2. Thats quite funny. I bet the Duke of Cumberland was not impressed at that.
  3. Although deviation is good for the soul i will come back to coins. while we wait on geoff's conformation maybe you can tell me something about a coin/medal from 1837. on the obv young effigy of victoria with the writing Regina Victoria, on the reverse i think its george and the dragon and the words To hanover with the date 1837. I know there is a few of them around but there is no reason why they were made. Do you know?
  4. I used to have long hair but i got really annoyed with it and ended up getting it cut. First only a few inches then more until i had a skinhead. I regret it now. No one else does. My hair looked nothing like your picture as my hair grew straight. sigh
  5. I suppose it could be an unnofficial medal or even a forgery or replica because the weight of it is alot lighter than i thought it would be compared to coins around the same thickness and a smaller diameter. It would be great if it was unnofficial, although it would not be worth much its a good one to keep.
  6. Thanks for the quick response. I will look forward to finding out. All the best.
  7. Here is the other side of it. Ive been searching the internet but cannot find any info on it. Hope someone can help.
  8. Does anyone know what this coin is? It does not have a date or a value on it. it just has, King george and Queen Mary on on side of it and a list of British countries on the other.