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  1. bagerap

    Quadrums - where to buy pick 'n' mix sizes

    I ordered 500 yesterday: http://www.colincooke.com/other/envelopes.html
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    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    I know where you are Wayne, just opposite that fantastic building on the corner of Hannington Rd.
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    Encased Farthings

    Fortunately for me, I stopped collecting encased coins some time ago. Problem with the French examples is that I do collect exhibition medals and coins.
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    Encased Farthings

    Mike, this is a rarity but too rich for me. I thought that you may want to keep the images. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1931-Paris-Exposition-Coloniale-Souvenir-medal-T110/293581960715?hash=item445ad9360b:g:cksAAOSwuMVetqzq
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    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    There's an area of Bournemouth called Boscombe which boasts around 10 "antique" shops, although the majority are selling high end tat. I visit one regularly because he knows nothing about medals and is too lazy to research them, subsequently they're the only things in his shop for which you don't need a second mortgage. Last summer, I was browsing while the trader was talking to another customer who seemed to be underwhelmed by the prices. "Do you have many regular customers?" "Yes, loads of them" Customer looks round ostentatiously "Don't you have a water bowl?" "What for?" "Their guide dogs."
  6. The man who invented hard boiled eggs wrapped in sausage meat has died. R.I.P. Scott Chegg.
  7. As I get older, all I need is Specsavers, Boots & Greggs. Yep, life is all specs and drugs and sausage rolls!
  8. So, my neighbour with the big boobs is outside gardening topless today. Just wish his wife would do the same.
  9. The man who invented auto correct has died. May he rust in piss
  10. Thanks Paddy. New to me, but youtube seem to have the whole album, which takes care of my lunchtime.
  11. Just seen a massive fight in the toilet roll aisle at my local supermarket with approximately 20 people involved. The good news is no one was injured badly just some soft tissue damage.
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