Buried with the coin collection

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  1. papermoney54

    papermoney54 Coin Collector

    ooh thats sound fun. like buried with my favorite coin for symbolism.
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  3. papermoney54

    papermoney54 Coin Collector

    never
  4. papermoney54

    papermoney54 Coin Collector

    thank you someone actually agrees with me
  5. Morgandude11

    Morgandude11 Pro amore Morgan pupa

    I shall leave mine to my family. You can't take it with you, so why waste it. :)
  6. papermoney54

    papermoney54 Coin Collector

    ultimiteltly its my decison i agree with GDJMSP and quartertapper
  7. Pacecar

    Pacecar Active Member

    It's your money, do with it what you like!

    Anybody want a pristine '84 Vette?:devil:
  8. Morgandude11

    Morgandude11 Pro amore Morgan pupa

    Oh you can do whatever you want. It just seems a bit frivolous.
  9. papermoney54

    papermoney54 Coin Collector

    i heard about that.
  10. Conder101

    Conder101 Numismatist

    That's my plan cremation and one or more diamonds. Send me to the crematorium with some photos of my favorite coins. Some of that carbon will go into the diamond as well.
  11. Morgandude11

    Morgandude11 Pro amore Morgan pupa

    I will be glad to take the vette.
  12. desertgem

    desertgem MODERATOR Senior Errer Collecktor Moderator

    Ah, the things people use their time on earth to think about. Since an opinion was asked, I feel the OP can do as he wants, but it is IMO a very selfish thing to do, unless there are no family left.

    Jim
  13. mrbrklyn

    mrbrklyn New Member

    You should all be ashamed for not having ANY respect for the dead....
  14. desertgem

    desertgem MODERATOR Senior Errer Collecktor Moderator

    I have respect for the good works and memories of the dead, but not for the state of decay following death itself.

    IMO

    Jim
  15. mrbrklyn

    mrbrklyn New Member

    An act of kindness you do for the dead is a greater mitzvot than one you do for the living.
  16. gboulton

    gboulton 7070 56.98 pct complete

    Does it give you comfort and peace when considering your own mortality? Will it give your loved ones a sense of purpose or closure when they bury you? If so, then sure, it's a great idea.

    Will it cause grief and strife among family members after your gone? Will their be uncomfortable discussions and bitter feelings now as you make preparations and decide which coins to take? If so, then no...it's probably not a very good idea.
  17. StandingPride95

    StandingPride95 New Member

    My idea is to amass a collection so great of errors and varietys etc that i could start my own little private museum where they can be appreciated and ooh awed at when there is a time errors and varieties are virtually gone. My second idea is to get everything of mines certified or recertified by some certifcation place noting that this was from "(my name) collection" :D
  18. GDJMSP

    GDJMSP Numismatist Moderator

    Do you really think there would be fewer uncomfortable discussions and bitter feelings if he left everything to family ? Especially when they disagree over who got what, or feel left out, or just feel jealous. You want to talk about selfish, that's selfish.

    I dunno about the rest of you, but I've never known of a single case where that did not happen to some degree after the death of a loved one. It sometimes make we wonder if it wouldn't be better if everybody took it with them just to avoid all of that.

    But no matter what is said here in this thread, everybody is going to have different opinions because we are all different people. It's chocolate and vanilla, right down to its basest sense. There is no right or wrong, they are his and he can do as he wants with him.

    Does anybody deny he has the right to do that ? If you do then you better go look in the mirror and start asking yourself some questions.
  19. gboulton

    gboulton 7070 56.98 pct complete

    I don't know...and I'm not arrogant enough to presume I do.
  20. Kentucky

    Kentucky Well-Known Member

    [h=1][SIZE=+4]St. James Infirmary[/SIZE][/h][SIZE=+1] (Primerose-arr. of traditional folksong -The Gambler's Blues)[/SIZE]
    Transcribed from Cab Calloway and His Orchestra, recorded December 23, 1930.
    From Cab Calloway and His Orchestra 1930-1931; The Chronogical Classics 516.
    [SIZE=+1]Folks, I'm goin' down to St. James Infirmary,[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]See my baby there;[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]She's stretched out on a long, white table,[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]She's so sweet, so cold, so fair.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]Let her go, let her go, God bless her,[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]Wherever she may be,[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]She will search this wide world over,[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]But she'll never find another sweet man like me.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]Now, when I die, bury me in my straight-leg britches,[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]Put on a box-back coat and a stetson hat,[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]Put a twenty-dollar gold piece on my watch chain,[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]So you can let all the boys know I died standing pat.[/SIZE] [SIZE=+1]Folks, now that you have heard my story,[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]Say, boy, hand me another shot of that booze;[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]If anyone should ask you,[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]Tell 'em I've got those St. James Infirmary blues.[/SIZE]
  21. mrbrklyn

    mrbrklyn New Member

    I'm so glad that folks are displaying some character here now. It was so darn stoic and combative before.

    BTW - anyone see Hobo? I haven't seen much of him since the fire unless he ran down to Louisiana because of the storm.

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