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About ikaros

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    Your Don Martin sound effect for today is ZGWORTZ!
  • Birthday 11/10/1963

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    Columbus, Ohio
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    US: Jeffersons, Ikes
    World: British pre-decimal, Polish, Russian, and anything from 1963.

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  1. To the best of my knowledge Denver has never minted proof coins, so a 1960D could not be a proof. Beyond that, the most info I could find was here.
  2. Do you also have a picture of the reverse?
  3. Two-fer! 1964-D quarter and 1958 dime, both in quite nice condition.
  4. PCI? I'd say just announce you're going to do it. I'll be in, I promise. Go over the last few, see how they were done, tweak to make them better.
  5. I have lived in Ohio my entire life, and I have never seen those before. Huh.
  6. 1964 Roosevelt dime. I love the ping 90% silver makes.
  7. Yeah, I was hoping to do a UCI this year. I went back over the previous one and spent most of my time giggling over the comments.
  8. I don't detect a whole lot of interest except from myself and Art... oh well.
  9. We haven't held a Popular Coin Idol/Ugly Coin Competition in ages. As long as we're all puttering around our respective domiciles, why the heck not? Thoughts? I'm willing to run the UCC again, but I would really love to see a PCI happen first. I mean, I'm sure some of us have gotten some fantastic shinies (and poor, poor victims) since the last go-around...
  10. Hi there! Any particular specialties or interests, or is it agglomeration mode right now?
  11. Yikes, that's about as tasteless as a coin can get. I looked at that website -- there are very few things there I would call a 'coin'... and what few there are have been marked up obscenely. Avoid.
  12. Absolutely. Although cows might have had a part in the production of what I might have thought.
  13. I have, actually -- I had a co-worker gift me with her grandfather's fountain pen because it was known that I used them at work. I looked it up while she was at my desk and the first page that came up indicated it had a value in the $200-$300 range. I made sure she saw that and asked, "Are you sure you want to just give this away?" She said yes, because she knew that I would appreciate it, restore it, and take care of it. Wow.
  14. I'm afraid that's not where my mind went first... although now you mention cows, I'm hungry. Time for a burger!
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