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Quote: Originally Posted by chadbang Thanks, Redneck. I checked out those Silver Eagles. Really beautiful coins. I think I'll be getting him some of those for sure. A few more things, just to be sure: -When you buy proof eagles, be sure to try to get everything that came with it: boxes, papers, and even the original mailing package from the mint if possible. -Pick up a Coin or Coinage magazine for reputable mail order dealers. If you are...
Just thought of a few more to AVOID (run, don't walk): - Gold, silver, or platium plated coins (ex. gold plated quarters) - 1 pound reproductions of 1oz coins (any reproductions for that matter) - Any coin that isn't (or never was) legal tender in some country or is legal tender on some small island that mass produces collector coins (several pacific islands) AR
The modern coins that have done the best over the years and show the best potental for really being worth something in the future are: -Silver proof sets and Prestige Sets, compared to the standard proof sets -Silver proof Eagle 1 Oz. -Proof sets that include (but aren't just) a commemorative. -Proof sets that include a Silver Eagle. -4 piece gold or platnium eagle proof sets -1/4 and 1/2 oz gold and platnium eagles (as compared to 1/10 and 1oz coins) Sets that...
I can't believe this one took me so long: Beer for my horses Some others that come to mind You can't rollerskate in a buffalo herd. She's Actin' Single, And I'm Drinkin' Doubles When Daddy Cut the Big One May The Bird Of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose Thank God And Greyhound (She's Gone)
"Their All Jerks" by someone who's name I have forgotten. Its a song about the "other" drivers on the road. "Your Good Enough for Now" - a country love song by Weird Al that would probably be a hit if a "real" country singer sang it. "You can't have your Kate and Edith too!" by the Statler Brothers. "She got the gold mine, I got the shaft" Where's the Dress? - Mo Bandy and Joe Stamply pull a Boy George
Dylan's I'll be your baby tonight Best: Norah Jones Worst: Burl Ives (who would you rather hear sing it?
Wind & the Wheat - Phil Keaggy, instramental guitar Last Nite - Larry Carlton, instramental guitar Rachmaninoff's Greatest Hits - collection of CBS Masterworks recordings Alison Krauss + Union Station: Live - selected tracks These are the four that get the most play when I just want to sit an let time go by.
Quote: Originally Posted by lan I'm eating breakfast now. What a tasty thread! I think the milionth post is in the moderators forum. How anticlimactic. I'm glad to see that I'm not the only one that got to read this thread for the first time while eating. Chicken embryo's and pineapple upside down cake. MMM-MMM HI DOUG!!
Because of this site: -Made a few friends. (hopefully fewer enemies) -Made a few purchases that I'm happy with. -Made a few sales that I'm happy with. -Recieved some of the most useful computer related advice here (I do IT for a living) -lost a lot of sleep. (hmm..... , I'm not sure this one qualifies......) -spent less on magazines. -watch less TV (definate benefit!)
For the last 2.5 years (complements of my wife ): shiggins, I drove a '77 Spitfire for 5 years along with an '85 VW GTi. The Spitfire was just as reliable as the VW and had fewer electrical problems. Only sold it because I was in debt two feet over my eyeballs and couldn't justify keeping it over the cars with greater seating capacity (two kids at the time). If you ever find yourself on this side of the pond, look up some of the British Motoring Club's and...
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