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  1. Peter

    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    I haven't got stressed but £225 would buy me a nice little coin....calmed down now.
  2. Peter

    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    Some little schite hacked my paypal account at the beginning of this year and helped themselves to a camera £224.99.They also tried other transactions by this time cards and passwords were changed. I have/had the address where the camera was sent...a trip to London and smashing their windows doesn't entertain me. I cannot contact paypal due to their robots GRR. I need to speak to a person. Any ideas Gents/Ladies
  3. Should of bought a few more of those pesky 50p's and converted them to pre 1860 cu.😢
  4. modern coins don't float my boat....although I bought a kew gardens 50p in BU for £3.50 back in the day.😊
  5. You can pick these up for approx £1 per set
  6. Another Quantity Surveyor / Commercial manager here. Freelance since 2006 but taken my foot off the loud peddle.
  7. Peter

    Limerick Farthing - James II ?

    If I ever paid £50 for the farthing....shoot me.
  8. A standard wardrobe key will suffice.
  9. Walnut.....AVOID...can't believe it STAY CLEAR.
  10. Any other wood will feck your coins.
  11. only buy mahogany or rosewood...just saying.
  12. retail between £20-£300 but less than fine in the 50p box. Put a picture up.
  13. Peter

    Where to buy cheap hammered?

    Dublin cut 1d's can make good £.
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