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Kings Bluff

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About Kings Bluff

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    Practically running the place...
  • Birthday 10/21/1981

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    Minnesota
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  1. I'm not leaving. Just wishing to make a point. I did get a really nice speedboat today though, so I might pause the coin collecting for now. I gots lots of boating to do and gear to purchase!
  2. Maybe I misunderstood what the forum was about. If there's not room for newbie questions, I maybe don't beling here.
  3. For sure. There are many accounts and findings of items believed to be used for trade and beauty. Certainly an ancient would value a beautiful tropical bird feather over a raven's. The ancient city of Acoma was a trading epicenter, and Chaco Canyon an ancient Las Vegas, or so the experts believe. I don't think pure survival can be ruled as lacking pleasure. In today's world many third world countries have been determined to hold an overall hogher happiness in life than many countries, especially the USA. What we percieve as pleasures are often times not as rewarding long term as the simplicity of,,,, well just life...
  4. Thank you Art. I wasn't able to do that with my phone.
  5. I just won an auction on eBay for a copper shipwreck coin. It's been on my list to aquire a shipwreck coin, and regardless of its authenticity I'm thrilled until finding out otherwise. I also collect copper bullion and decorations, so that it's copper intrigues me as well. Definitely for me worth the $4 I paid. Here's a link : i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTYwMFgxMjAw/z/B8AAAOxyMd1SHDSw/$T2eC16dHJIYFHOJ-plBrBSHDSwBVwg~~60_3.JPG?set_id=880000500F I love the shield design!
  6. Looks like what I end up with when I'm drinking a case of beer on a Saturday and melt down the cans in my furnace as I drink them...
  7. Without researching, I plan on not doing any coin cleaning for fear of doin it improperly and risking damaging my coin. What's the norm on this subject? Is there easy, safe cleaning? Is it recommended at all? Would you have it professionally cleaned depending on value? Thanks in advance for the answers. Josh
  8. I was thinking I might check out the local antique shops. I'm certain without looking or knowing much about coins they are over priced, but I am a huge proponent of buying local. I like knowing my money is staying in my community.
  9. Ok, $1. Probably better off trading it for 100 copper pennies. That's about what I figured. I did read that they're becoming more popular to collectors due to limited years. I think I'll keep it in the collection since I own it already. Thanks for the info.
  10. Yes, I read that. I need it really dumbed down though...
  11. Ok, I have a dollar coin. It was actually given to me by a passenger. She boarded and handed it to me saying, "This is for good luck!" I tossed it in my flight bag seven years ago and haven't crashed a jet yet. I'm sitting in a hotel room in Cleveland (as I type this). I figured I'd pull it out and figure it out. I start searching for answers on the web, and am throughly exhausted with trying to figure out first of all what it's worth, and also understand Ikes in general since clearly it's a confusing subject. From what I can tell, my standard circulated 1977 D Ike is worth no more than good luck in my flight bag (a few bucks). Someone give me the run down on these things... Thanks!
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