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    How much?

    WHOW! That is nice!!! Thank you! SOLD! Keep it for me please, I need to buy a banknote album from you, but I have to check the number of pages I need and the type. I am not sure if I will be comming, when is it esactly? It will depend a bit on how I manage to sleep that night and how I feel fisically.
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    How much?

    Well, let me know if you come across any other like that, it's sooo tempting!
  3. Chris, beautiful new features in your forum! You did a great job, and the Galery is great, but it is a huge temptation! For example I saw this gourgeous colection and I wonder, are you selling it? For how much? If you want you can send me a mail or PM if you preffer.
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    I added some more Cuban coins, you can have a look here.
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    Just to let you know that I am starting to put some world coins for sale in AuctionMonster.net. For now I have put 3 Cuban (1 Peso 1933, 5 cents 1915 and 10 cent 1915), 2 Russian (20 Kopeks 1905 and 1 Kopek 1877) and a 10 Soldi from the Papal States 1869, but I will put more little by little. You can reach them here.
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    FS Scottish Banknotes

    Is it me, or the link doesn't work?
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    GCSE Results

    Yes, I don't know what career I want yet either, but then I'm only 49. I think I'm working my way to being a bum. Gradually downsized from research scientist to artist to admin assistant and now working in a small care home. Eventually I aim to do something really useful, like hanging out at the beach, practising my spitting.... I find coin collecting's fine but just a tad stressful... O like your philosophy!
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    GCSE Results

    I envy you burpalot, you must be very very young! To all those brainy students we have around, Congratulations! Remember us when you are in a top job earning 6 figure salaries!
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    old coin?

    Franny, a good way would be registering and showing a pic of it, so some of the experts around can gie you some guidance on its value.
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    1909 Penny

    As you can see there was a reason why I could not see it in this one. I have finally hooked up my scanner to have a look at this penny I mentioned to find out that it didn't really matter, as it is too worn to be able to see if the 1 is above or to the right of the tooth... Oh well. Edit: and I just realiced of what a poor quality my scaner is...
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    I missed the fun! Good job and thank you Chris!
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    1909 Penny

    Thank you very much to all, now I understand what the "tooth" means. I will have to check this one with lots of magnification, but I am not user even if it has any "tooth" left! It is not in that great condition.
  13. My physio has givem me a few coins that his grand mother is keeping to know the value of them, I have used GBCC 2006 to see the value of them, but I have found a problem with the coin mentioned in the topic. In the book there are 2 different examples, "'1' right of tooth" and "'1' is directly above tooth', now, does anyone have a pic of both cases so I can compare and differenciate? I don't know what the "tooth" means... so any explanation would be apreciated, thanks!
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    Had to let you know, I am happy, we just reached 70 registered users in AuctionMonster.net!