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Bronze & Copper Collector

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  1. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Coin aquisition of the week.......

    Stacks had a foreign coin division called Coin Galleries... perhaps it was sold by them and not Stacks directly...
  2. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Stuff to Make Us Laugh

    Hasn't that always been part of the problem?? The length of it, that is......
  3. A tantalizingly mouth watering assortment of coins imaged on that plate....
  4. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Will we ever become a cashless society?

    A well articulated and well thought response.
  5. I think we all understood your point though... Interestingly enough, I don't think he went fully insane until circa 1810
  6. I doubt Victoria would have had much influence in 1797, having not been born till 1819....
  7. Bronze & Copper Collector

    1909 DOT Penny Variants

    I'm not sure if this has been posted, I couldn't find anything... I just found my 3rd 1909 DOT Penny, however the dot is in a different location.... Slightly lower in the same basic area.... Has anyone made note of this before???? Thanks, Gary Images as follows: 1909 DOT Specimen 1 1909 DOT Specimen 2 1909 DOT Specimen 3 Image 1 1909 DOT Specimen 3 Image 2
  8. Bronze & Copper Collector

    PCGS

    The issue in instances as this, would be more with the TPG than with the seller. Especially when the seller says to buy the coin and not the slab. I would NOT put it in Ebays Worst. I believe it was PROPERLY placed in the TPG section by the original poster. Just my tuppence worth....
  9. Another thought, look in the deleted folder to see if your spam folder was accidentally deleted. I sometimes hit delete instead of rename, or paste instead of copy.. and then go bonkers trying to find the file...
  10. A long shot, but take a look and see if the spam/junk folder has been dragged to the inbox and is now a subfolder of the inbox. In that instance, you would probably (hopefully) be able to reverse the process and just drag the folder to where you want it to be. Or, alternatively, try searching for the missing folder and see if appears elsewhere among your other folders... It happens to me occasionally too...
  11. Bronze & Copper Collector

    1895 Penny variation? 5 further apart

    If anything, that's an understatement....
  12. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Coin aquisition of the week.......

    Added some wrinkles too....
  13. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Daily Challenges

    Without using "y", the only one I came up with, albeit accidentally, was "catchphrase".
  14. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Daily Challenges

    That's how I did it.....
  15. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Daily Challenges

    In answer to your question... Yes, I can calculate how far the dog ran altogether.... If anyone is interested in how far the dog ran, the answer to that is 10 miles....
  16. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Bronze halfpenny varieties

    PM sent
  17. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Daily Challenges

    A very valid point. Interestingly enough though, I have no recollection of any presentation, in any variation, of this conundrum that I have seen wherein that stipulation is made. It appears that the assumption is that truth and lies are absolutes and any specific knowledge is irrelevant...
  18. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Daily Challenges

    Touching
  19. Based on my searches of a limited number of F-114's, it appears to manifest itself on the F-114 1882 Gouby-BP-1882- La but not on the F-114 1882/1 Gouby-BP-1882-Ma
  20. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Stuff to Make Us Laugh

    Close... I ate some pie (i 8 sum pi)
  21. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Stuff to Make Us Laugh

    Very clever... Took me a few minutes to realize sigma didn't mean sigma
  22. Bronze & Copper Collector

    Stuff to Make Us Laugh

    YY U R YY U B I C U R YY 4 ME
  23. Bronze & Copper Collector

    "Well" or "So" to start a reply to someone...

    Much on the same context.. Someone asks you if you have the time. You look at your watch and say yes. They never asked for the time, although it is implied that they were looking for the current time . So many instances of idiom and implied, versus literal....
  24. Bronze & Copper Collector

    "Well" or "So" to start a reply to someone...

    Understood... I just have memories of it being drummed into us in school that we CAN have something although we MAY not have it...
  25. Bronze & Copper Collector

    "Well" or "So" to start a reply to someone...

    Shouldn't it be "May" and not "Can"?? Possibly, in this sense however, "Can" is acceptable, inasmuch as the restaurant may not have all the ingredients in stock. Ergo, you may have a ham sandwich, except for the fact that we don't have all the ingredients. Therefore you can't have one.
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