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Nonmortuus

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  1. Good luck with the reholder...I sent a coin back to NGC at their request due to a foreign object in the slab. They didnt remove this object and reslab as they said they would. It was just returned to me with pretty much 'tough' as the answer.
  2. Yes that's the case, the lens is at the same angle as the block so the coin appears 'flat' and lined up to the lens. This means I can get more light from the lamp.
  3. Happy to try and help. I spoke with @Paulus for a number of hours in then past about this. I use black neoprene as the back ground as its chemically inert. I use a desk mounted day light led lamp I use from another hobby (28mm war gaming) as the light source. I have my DSLR camera on a tripod with a macro lens. I then place the neoprene on a wooden block cut at an angle that allows me to position the light source directly over the coin but leave the coin flat in relation to the camera lens. I usually take 4 or 5 shots of each side and decide which is the best before cropping them down and joining them.
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    Roma Numismatics - Seen This?

    Yes it was all over the facebook groups as news broke.... be interesting to see what the defence will say!
  5. A few cheap additions, mainly bought for the toning over the grade.
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    Good morning all

    Welcome to the forums!
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    Possible fake 1905 Halfcrown

    Its defo a fake IMO, the dodgy "I" is a huge giveaway.
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    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    Am I missing something here or does this seem a crazy price?!? 1887 Crown
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    More Pennies

    You have had some cracking coins Pete! Does this help?
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    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    It sold for £173!!!
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    Ebay's BEST Offerings

    I picked this up a few months back without researching it and got lucky! D&H Warwickshire 36 RRR
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    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/175399250858?hash=item28d69c2baa:g:iV8AAOSwgn1jDS6I At £43 already.....
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    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    This looks like a fake coin in a fake slab to me: Trade Dollar There are none of the bag marks on the coin that were visible last time it appeared at auction: Stack Bowers
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    Ebay's BEST Offerings

    I just dipped my toe into Conder tokens for the first time and managed to get this Warwickshire DH36, which is rated as RRR for rarity by DH, off ebay of all places!
  15. It has now been withdrawn on the web site.
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    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    1915 proof halfcrown anyone?!? https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/283927617418?hash=item421b679f8a:g:9QsAAOSwtABe9a1p
  17. An upgrade on my old 1817 Bull head:
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    Coins for 70th Jubilee

    Will I ever get to take my pension with the various Governments pushing back both private and state pension ages....
  19. The machines are so expensive as there is a global shortage of chips at the moment so GPUs with a RRP of say 500 are commanding prices well in excess of that. I asked how do you mean as in, do you mean how do they mine or why a GPU heavy rig. Check out the Bitcoin video the BBC made. BBC Bitcoin
  20. How do you mean? If your on about how they mine then rigs like this are GPU heavy as modern graphics cards are far better at mining crytpo. The more transactions the can handle/solve/mine the more chance they will earn some crypto.
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