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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Bladenoobie1, Sep 19, 2014.
Two 1973 quarters in my pocket today. Coincidence?
@Prester John No. And yet you still deny the lure and force of the Lottery?
I'll buy a ticket someday!
Very fine set-up
What's that old very worn coin top right? Looks like an outline of Britannia but I suppose it's an American coin, Liberty seated?
The worn coin you inquired about is a 1856 Liberty Seated US dime. A family friend has a pretty impressive collection and he graciously passed many of his collection to me. I have them stored in the plastic margarine container he gave me, but I’d like to sort them and get them displayed properly. In the collection is a 1865 3 cent piece and a 1875 20 cent piece. I’ll get more photos of the unusual/rare coins and post them here eventually. In the meantime here’s another photo I took a while ago.
Talk about two investments that have performed really well lately. I wish I bought a whole lot more of both when they were cheap and plentiful.
Sadly, the gold is not mine, but at least the beer scout is!
Truthfully, I’d take the knife over the gold anyways.
Opinel #8 Slim and an Artisan Biome accompanied by ~1930s WA and UT aluminum tax tokens.
Artisan Biome alongside two trade tokens, a 1904 token from Gibbon, MN, and an undated token from the Idle Hour (in a 1930s-'40s Hazel Atlas ashtray). The Idle Hour token has a slogan that makes me think of the Porch: "Meet your friends at the Idle Hour."
A couple of Austrian 1 Ducats