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PCI2011 Copper Final

Pick the Copper Winner  

16 members have voted

  1. 1. Here are the three finalists

    • YeOldeCollector's George III Soho Farthing
      2
    • elverno's 1808 La Reine de Naples, France
      9
    • ccg's 1797 2 Pence, UK
      5


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YeOldeCollector's George III Soho Farthing

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elverno's 1808 La Reine de Naples, France

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ccg's 1797 2 Pence, UK

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I love coppers and so this, for me, is the hardest catagory.

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Well, my images seem to have disappeared after I went to add a larger version. Do you have a back-up, Art?

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Sorry but I don't. I only use the images from omnicoin. This does bring up a good point. Perhaps a copy of all should be made at the very outset of the contest and maintained under a separate account. We've requested a CoinPeople account on omnicoin but have never done anything about making it happpen. I'll ask Anton if it's doable now.

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Clive really needs to get a picture up. This could adversely affect his chances.

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Clive really needs to get a picture up. This could adversely affect his chances.

 

There's nothing I can do as the OmniCoin copy was the only one and the coin is in a bank vault at the other end of the country.

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There's nothing I can do as the OmniCoin copy was the only one and the coin is in a bank vault at the other end of the country.

 

 

So what are you saying. Changing your whole life and travelling a long distance to get the coin to verify your PCI entry is not a worthy project? :rolf: :rolf: :rofl:

 

I guess we'll have to vote from memory. I'm sorry that you ran into this problem.

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This is the same year coin but in circulated condition. I borrowed the image from Omnicoin in DeOrc's collection just to help folks along with their memory. Clive's coin was unc.

 

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This is the same year coin but in circulated condition. I borrowed the image from Omnicoin in DeOrc's collection just to help folks along with their memory. Clive's coin was unc.

 

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I've only got a picture of the reverse:

 

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I've only got a picture of the reverse:

 

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That helps. Just a way to jog folks memories. Afterall we are in Round 6 so folks have had ample opportunity to view the coin.

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Well, my images seem to have disappeared after I went to add a larger version. Do you have a back-up, Art?

 

Wait a minute... you _have_ a larger version? Can you not resize (doing a save-as!) and repost it? Something about this sequence of events is confusing me.

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Wait a minute... you _have_ a larger version? Can you not resize (doing a save-as!) and repost it? Something about this sequence of events is confusing me.

 

I had a larger version of the reverse, that's the one that I've posted above. When I uploaded the reverse it didn't warn me that by doing that it would automatically delete the obverse. Most annoying.

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OK now I gotcha... it was designed on the assumption that you would be replacing both sides...and didn't recover well from the fact you had no obverse to supply.

 

I get the impression that OmniCoin is somehow associated with this site... perhaps the developer is here somewhere and a suggestion could be made to allow single side updates.

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If you edit the original post to the new location that should fix it.

 

Edit. Never mind just noticed just saw you did not have the obverse.

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Introducing The PCI2011 Copper Champion!!

 

elverno's 1808 La Reine de Naples, France

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Congratulations Elverno and a special thanks to all who worked so hard to make this a fantastic PCI. :bthumbsup:

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The Queen appreciates your votes but wishes she could have faced off with perfidious Albion! :P

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