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06 Apr 2021

A nice gift

| A.J.

Oh boy, easter turned out to be a good day. That day, i was given along with the mystery coins in the form, this beautiful coin set here. The 1983 Prestige set. The beutiful set has a number of firsts:•the olympic dollar inside was the first majority silver dollar produced since 1935.• this was the first prestige set, with the last one being made in 1997.•the design of the coin was executed by the first female chief engraver, Elizabeth Jones.This was a great gift to get, and i will happily take care of it. Thanks from Andrew.

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20 Mar 2021

quick update: a nice little gem

Coins-United States | A.J.

bought this little thing about a week ago, its a 1833 Half Dime in AG condition. it cost me only $24 and i only just got it today.

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07 Dec 2020

New camera, new Qualities

Collecting Tips | A.J.

Hey there. just got a new phone and decided to start using it as my main camera, here's some photos for you to judge it's quality. The quality is 19 MP, if you want the technical bits.

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19 Oct 2020

I'm not dead

| A.J.

i just want to say i'm sorry for being offline for so long. its just because covid's been hurting my love of going to places like Flea markets, coin shows, and all the such. ill be online more once i start getting more coins/bills.

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18 Jun 2020

an new camera! should i use it?

| A.J.

i just got up an PlayStation 3 Camera from an small amount of stuff my dad brought home with him one day. how is it? is it good, or should i stick to my webcam? in may opinion, its ability to be used at more then one angle is great.

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26 Apr 2020

Look who's back!

| A.J.

After almost an whole year, my account's renewed! I'm excited to see how the community has changed! 😃Ok, time to sum up the last few months.Christmas, 2019: got my first W cent, first half cent, an Columbus dollar and other great gifts.January, 2020: nothing I remember of that's significant.February: as an Georgian, I got to go to the National money show. Got my first NGC encapsulated coin, and got to see an 1913 V nickel and an 1804 dollar in person. I also started an ngccoin.com account this time. (AJ2008 is my user name of it interested.)March: my local coin club I go to closes due to COVID-19, I start to save money for eBay purchases because there is no way else to get cool money.April: and here we are! It's been an trip ever since I left, and I'm glad to be back in the community!

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12 Nov 2019

This was unexpected

Coins | A.J.

Well, i think im back and fine, one, its been one month and i have not been deactivated- and, whats this? i just got my birthday present penny from the ANA. (Its an common '64 if you wanted to know) and i will continue blog posts here on the site.

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29 Sep 2019

a short (hopefully) goodbye

| A.J.

in 2 days, my yearly gold membership will expire and my account will be suspended from the site. i will hopefully get it renewed soon, but i hope you all have a good time while im gone. thanks for everyone here on this site for keeping me in the hobby.

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15 Sep 2019

Crazy coin books

Coins-United States | A.J.

two days ago, one of my friends gave me alot of coin books. they are, in the following;P.S. W=Whitman and L=littleton1. L State Quarters2.W FULL Lincon cents 1941-19653. W not full lincon cents of the same, 1941-19654.W 1959-1979 memorial cents (getting boring ish?)5.W 1975-1989 Memorial Cents6. W 1941-1974 Cents7.W 1909-1940 wheat cents8.1857-1909 Indian Head Centsthe Indian cent book has some expensive and rare coins in it.-1857 Flying Eagle Cent-1863 FULL LIBERTY VF-AU Indian head-1869 Indian Head (mintage of 6.4 Mil)-1876 Indian Head (mintage of 7.9 mil)-1870 Indian Head (Mintage of 5.3 Mil)-1909 Indian head (just a cool and historic coin)id price my books alltogether at around $300.

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30 Aug 2019

Unofficial Coinage

Odd & Curious Money | A.J.

did you know that you can buy coins from the Principality of Sealand? did you even know it exists? well, welcome to the world of Micro nations.Micro Nations are small areas of land that someone declared a nation. some examples are as follows:-The Principality of Sealand-Mollosia-the Gay and Lesbian Kingdom-Conch Republic-Liberlandsome of these micronations even have coins.Sealand uses the seland dollar, and you can buy them at www.sealandgov.org (Pegged to the US dollar)the Conch uses the Conch Dollar, (pegged to the UAE dollar)Liberland uses theLiberland Merit, (Cryptocurrency)and Mollosia uses the Valora. (Picked onto a Cookie Dough Standard)id love to see if anyone here has some Micronational Money.

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