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And so it begins

If I have not mentioned already,I recently married a loan on new Navigator. As such my coin collecting will be financially taxed for the foreseeable. But that's not to say it will stop all together. So, this is how I'm keeping active on a Ramen noodle level. I already have one complete from when I was a youngster, an old blue Whitman board, so I upgraded to a Littleton with acrylic slides for a nice upper end circulation set. 

17 days ago

Nice!  Way to get your priorities straight.  I would gladly eat ramen for a year to keep collecting!  Good luck with everything!

17 days ago

Don't know nothing about marrying a loan, but I got one I'd like to divorce. Lol!
There is still a lot to collect on any budget that's fun. I buy foreign at 6.00 a pound and that is hours of fun sorting through. Found a few worth over 100.00 each too. To me all coins are wonderful to collect!

17 days ago

@I. R. Bama
Don't know nothing about marrying a loan, but I got one I'd like to divorce. Lol!
There is still a lot to collect on any budget that's fun. I buy foreign at 6.00 a pound and that is hours of fun sorting through. Found a few worth over 100.00 each too. To me all coins are wonderful to collect! Agreed!

17 days ago

If beginning children can have some fun with a few dollars, why can't we? It is nice once in a while to focus on the lower ends of the numismatics spectrum, plus you'll never know what you might find for a few bucks.

17 days ago

Lower, Smower, a lot of my coin collection is considered "Lower End", and you know something?  I love them as much as my brand spanking new Proof ASEs.  We all experience buying cycles, Nov - Jan is always a slower time for me since the wife and I have family commitments and travel when we can.  So more personal finances spent, less hobby finances.  That's life my friend, what you are doing is smart.  Well done, and when the finance circle swings around, then reconsider.  

17 days ago
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