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29 Jan 2022

How to become a high ranking member of the ANA

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First, making posts(like this one) gets you 35 points. so do collections.following someone gives you 5.

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29 Jan 2022

The Gold four Dollar coin(stella)

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If anyone could tell me what this is, or send me a pic at my blog, that would be great. this coin is very interesting to me.

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29 Jan 2022

A comprehensive History of the Twenty Cent Piece.

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TWENTY CENT PIECE.The Twenty Cent piece was designed by William Barber, it weighed 5 grams, and was similar in size to the quarter of the day (1875-1878).The twenty cent peice debuted in 1875 as a convenient denomination for the West, as silver coins did not circulate in the East and Mid-West. They were often confused with the 25c piece, due to similar size, weight, and design.They were often passed of as quarters even until the Great War began, and were then hoarded in great quantity.

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29 Jan 2022

Advancing through the ranks.

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Hi all of my new and hopefully faithful readers! i am now nearing 3000th in a 26000 member community! Thank you for your help!

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29 Jan 2022

Collecting Cash

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Collecting Ca$h for beginners.1. coins.Coins should be touched only with cotton gloves, as latex gloves will damage them.Breathing on them deteriorates them.2. Paper Money.Dont touch with hands. put into plastic sleeve.

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29 Jan 2022

The Importance of the 3 dollar Gold Piece.

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The Importance of the Three Dollar Gold Piece.The Three Dollar Gold piece is an anomaly to most collectors, and some speculate that it was used for one purpose: The purchasing of a 100 stamp sheet of 3 cent stamps. It is valuable today for several reasons, rarity, SHEER AWESOMENESS, and the price of gold; as gold is skyrocketing.More to come soon:)(how do i change from user_16299?)?

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