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  1. Mrs Peter

    Condolences Peter.
  2. Putter-togetherers

    Sometimes i do look for letters and marks if it is metal,sometimes even old hinges have letters or mark,but im having problem with well known brand and no letters and mark on it specially Victorian and others etc it is very hard to research on who made it and where it came from. At least it is one of those piece will last for a life time maybe,not like other in industrial made and maybe not that good quality easily broken.
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    Posting. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scissors http://www.queensnewyork.com/history/hair.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hairstyle http://theknifeconnection.net/index.php?dispatch=pages.view&page_id=15 Good film. A pair of scissors.there is also a pair of key hole in block of the pyramid.
  4. Very good thread. I have seen this topic before not sure which forum maybe in CC forum. Maybe it depends where the coins came from,where it is use,who will accept it and who authorize it,somewhat like debasement and purity of silver ever since....from first silver coin or flan to clipping in medieval times to metal composition of silver in the center of a silver coin.. to silver and gold standard, coins in far east have a hole in the center like China and other country like the giant circular stone..Rai stones,dont know when they started coins that have a hole in the center also cowrie shells is empty or nothing in the middle or inside i think.
  5. Recent aquisitions

    Nice token. I did bought GETTONE token,,BELGIE 25c 1938 and several worn 191o downwards UKGB ... penny from car boot last June.
  6. Happy 4th of July. Members can update this every year if members like. Just a comment.
  7. Posting. Maybe same as this one? http://americanhistory.si.edu/collections/search/object/nmah_694123 This is the nearest i think. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comptometer http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Method_of_complements
  8. Early mechanical adding and subtracting machine,from Abacus to calculator to cash register to computer,adding machine was invented by pascal. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pascal%27s_calculator I do not know what denominations they have in 193o,if the nos. in the machine is fraction or not,add all nos. o-9...1-8 still 9 last digit decimal or predecimal?. just a comment.
  9. English language is getting harder and harder for me these days...still trying to learn. From start of this thread it is more like a passion for football like passion for politics and passion for raw and slab coins it is like debate in all isshhh language .English or Scottish At least i know the debate in slab coins that is enough for me.
  10. Thanks Nordie,next time use He,male or bloke or lad.