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  1. JamieB

    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    He received positive feedback, unless he give himself the feedback of course..
  2. Absolutely delighted with this 1930 George V Small Head Penny, many thanks @Rob
  3. JamieB

    Vegas's Introduction

    Hey Vegas, I'm new myself, I read mostly as the knowledge level is sky high! Jamie
  4. JamieB

    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    I haven't bought from him just queried a sale with him in the past.. He has some beauties for sale no doubt but pictures of screens is a little dodgy for me. Jamie
  5. JamieB

    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    Just had a run in with Torcoins - ebay recently, complete ignoramus.. Makes me wonder does he have possession of half the coins he sells as it's dodgy pictures of a screen.. No thanks mate
  6. What's the significance of the low ball grade cartwheel penny?
  7. Even accumulating 70 would be some feat, there's no fools here to be had scammer
  8. very interesting, thanks for sharing
  9. JamieB

    1992 20p coins

    One recently sold for £3.20, in average circulated condition
  10. JamieB

    Greetings all!

    Hi Jerry, that's a good plan of action. I'd need to purchase another tray to allow but it would be worth it. Ive them all in 2x2s in a lovely wooden box with slides for each 2x2 so no rubbing etc, also have silica gel packs in there too. Ill check those capsules out, I was eyeing up buying genuine airtites from USA, but the postage is the same cost of 25 capsules! Cheers Jamie
  11. JamieB

    Greetings all!

    Pete, just can't resist a nice penny for a fair price Constantly on the look out, wish I'd the funds to go to bricks and mortor auctions. Jamie
  12. JamieB

    Greetings all!

    Picked this 1862 up for a mere £10, nice detail apart from the cleaning it's taken at some stage
  13. JamieB

    Greetings all!

    Thanks, Just doing the best I can within my budget congrats on the completion, it's no easy feat. Well a toothed/beaded 1860 mule would be nice, although the I've quite a few gaps remaining and major varieties needed also. Im aiming for lustre also, but my pockets ain't bottomless pits lol Can live and hope I suppose. Is it a general consensus that bronze shouldn't be stored open air in like a tray? I bought a lovely glass lidded tray, but now I'm in two minds to make to transfer. Jamie
  14. JamieB

    Greetings all!

    Also bought this 1889 recently from the same seller, probably upgrade it when funds allow ?
  15. JamieB

    Greetings all!

    Thanks Nordle, I think it's just standard 1865, might invest in microscope to pick up on the variations. Just using a loupe at the minute. Jamie