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30 Dec 2017

Activity One

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          Sorry that I didn't say much in my first blog. To complete the first task I had to do a coin rubbing. That is just putting a coin under a piece of paper and using a pencil to rub over it. If you do it correctly you should be able to see what is on the coin. That took me many times till I did a good job on it.  Then you have to do a paper in paragraph form telling why you chose to do that coin. I did a steel wheat penny because they were only made one year and I think that that is interesting. Then when your all done you have to mail it to headquarters. Then in a couple of days they will send you a dollar coin. Let me know if you have any more questions about task one.

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coin collector

Level 4

yes , I did those and really enjoyed them.

Longstrider

Level 6

That is a very worthy project. Makes you really study your coin. Nice choice, by the way. I'd be interested in seeing your results if you can manage it.. Thanks again and carry on!!

CoinLady

Level 6

Is this for an ANA project? I recall the Roman coin project.

World_Coin_Nut

Level 5

That sounds pretty neat. You should post a picture if you can. I bet that would be pretty interesting if you did it with an ancient coin.

World_Coin_Nut

Level 5

That sounds pretty neat. You should post a picture if you can. I bet that would be pretty interesting if you did it with an ancient coin.

Kepi

Level 6

Thanks for letting us know about this project! Sounds cool! Was it for the ANA or another group? Keep up the good work. : )

Did you do this for an ANA project? If so, what's the name of the project? If not, what group did you do this project for?

Mike

Level 7

That sounds interesting. They should come out nice enjoy it and keep up the good work. Thanks for filling us in. Mike.

"SUN"

Level 5

Sounds like an interesting project. Keep enjoying the hobby, and have fun.

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