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  1. I think I like banknotes more :ninja:


    I have a few coins that I have amassed regardless, here they are and my asking price:


    BHUTAN 200 Ngultrum, 1982. Proof................................$17.00


    ENGLAND ancient.... Henry VI, 1422-1461 AD, 1.8 grams

    Obverse: Henric Di Gra Rex

    ANGL Z FRANC, Crowned facing bust


    reverse: POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM, Cross



    GREAT BRITAIN Double Florin 1887 - AU - $35.00 SOLD



    ISRAEL 1986 1 New Sheqel. BU. Silver. Israeli Art. KM-164 (I don't know what that means, but it says it on the holder). $8.00



    UNITED STATES 1854 SEATED LIBERTY HALF DOLLAR, XF.... seated liberty, Eagle with Arrows............$80.00


    Thank you ;)


    And, what I'm hoping to get with the proceeds:




  2. My polymer banknotes of the world book... wasn't supposed to be mine, was it? I meant to give it away with some other goodies after I finished the PNC... that I didn't finish... or start... :ninja:


    I was also moderator of the banknote forum, I abandoned that too


    Well, coinpeeps, I'm sorry I let you down. Let me know if there's anything I can do to make it up to you!


    Thanks -Ben

  3. 061115_fivedollar_new_300.jpg


    Fancy!!! It's got some new security features that aren't anything special, except for its "protective varnish"... I have never heard of that. Supposedly the update is not too soon, because counterfeiters are starting to focus on lower denominations.

  4. I work at Mailboxes & More on Siesta Key. It's a UPS/FEDEX shipping depot. This job rules. I'm "working" right now, as a matter of fact. ;)


    That's right, half the time I surf the net on the front desk computer. The rest of the time, I'm sending off packages and getting tipped because I carry heavy stuff to old people's cars. ;)


    Every day, I rummage through the register and any thing interesting I find: star notes, interesting serial numbers, and silver certificates -- I exchange for my own cash (yes, my boss knows I do this.)


    This auction is for the rights to exchange, face value, normal US$ for everything I find in the register for the next week (That's five working days).


    For example, that $5 that LostDutchman just won... one of the three things I found today! The other was a $1 star note and a 1990 issue $100 IN AU.


    So the auction ends in two days, BIN is $5.00 - Yes, you get to choose which notes you want to exchange for regular $$$. :ninja:


    I'll probably have auctions like this one at the beginning of every week.


    Starting at $0.00 - Go!

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