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About thedeadpoint

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    Give me some.
  • Birthday 01/11/1986

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    The Old Dominion
  • Interests
    $1 silver certs., Peace $s, Barber dimes, V nicks, a few other choice coins and notes that catch my eye and interest.

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  1. thedeadpoint

    Canada 1954 $1 Devil's Face

    I can't answer your question but I'm sure someone can. I also can't see the face!
  2. thedeadpoint

    Show Your Sample slabs

    Yes it does. Thank you!
  3. thedeadpoint

    Show Your Sample slabs

    I used to live a short distance from DLRC. I attempted to go to their store once but I don't think they allow drop-ins. I also used to live very, very close to another dealer. I forget the name but it was one of the dealers that advertised very prominently on many different pages in Coinage and CoinWorld magazines. On the back cover. Also wasn't allowed to drop in. Boo.
  4. thedeadpoint

    Mint Mark Error or Die Crack???

    Hmmm... I can't quite tell what you're talking about.
  5. Beautiful. The "polishing" is part of the story. I love that this hobby appreciates wear and original patinas and toning.
  6. thedeadpoint

    Encased coins lucky pennies

    Love the chamber pot cent!
  7. thedeadpoint

    Show Your Sample slabs

    Beautiful!! What do you mean sample or first world sample?
  8. thedeadpoint

    1814 peace coin / medal

    Very cool
  9. thedeadpoint

    Noob to medals and tokens

    This is exciting! I don't collect medals but I am very curious to follow along your progress and see what you choose
  10. thedeadpoint

    silver gaming tokens

    Well, I don't know what to think of that legend.
  11. thedeadpoint

    Swiss Shooting Medals

    Very nice. Any reason you're posting all the Davos medals now?
  12. thedeadpoint

    Latest bulk token buy

    Huh. The history book (!) and coinage suggests it was a two year party!