Clinker
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Birthday:
Sep 13, 1935 (Age: 83)
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Clinker

Coin Collector, 83, from Fort Myers, FL

Clinker was last seen:
Nov 28, 2011
    1. zach24
      zach24
      Glad to be there!!
    2. vnickels
      vnickels
      thanks bro!
    3. Clinker
      Clinker
      Quote: Is it possible you can do a thread on how come U.S.coins from the years 1893-1894 of almost all denominations are so expensive/mintages being low? End Quote:

      I'll work on it...

      Clinker
    4. Mat
      Mat
      Is it possible you can do a thread on how come U.S.coins from the years 1893-1894 of almost all denominations are so expensive/mintages being low?
    5. green18
      green18
      Only too happy to wish it upon your special day my friend. Hope you enjoyed yourself and treated yourself to something special....:)
    6. green18
      green18
      Well, it's 9/13 again so's I guess I'll be wishing you a Happy Birthday. Enjoy it Clinker...:)
    7. rzage
      rzage
      Clinker , how you doin buddy .
      rzage
    8. De Orc
      De Orc
      Again never got notification Sorry :-((
    9. randygeki
      randygeki
      Glad your still doin Trivia topics :)
    10. De Orc
      De Orc
      Sorry Clinker never got the message till now :-(
    11. Gao
      Gao
      I just wanted to let you know that there are some errors in your Roman coin thread that you might want to edit. The "As" of Augustus is actually a provincial coin, not an imperial as, and some of the dates you gave for the coins of Augustus don't match what's on the link, and you wrote "Jukia" instead of "Julia". I would have sent this as a private message, but it doesn't seem that you can receive them.
    12. tmoneyeagles
      tmoneyeagles
      Clinker you are a real man of class.
      I enjoy reading your threads and they sometime make my day.
      You aren't appreciated enough old fellow. ;)
    13. Treashunt
      Treashunt
      Thank you very much.
    14. howards
      howards
      I am not comfortable with your wholesale linking to various pages within my www.shieldnickels.net website. Here is the page on which I detail how I prefer links to be made: http://www.shieldnickels.net/1883_2/linkingTo.html

      You should have linked to the main page for Revolutionary Mexican coinage only. There is a good reason for that - all of your links will break if I edit the website.

      Furthermore, I find it annoying that you engaged in such wholesale linking without a) asking me what I thought of it or b) crediting me by name.

      Howard Spindel
      www.shieldnickels.net
    15. Treashunt
      Treashunt
    16. randygeki
      randygeki
      Glad your able to post now :)
    17. randygeki
      randygeki
      still enjoy all your posts :) as many others do!
    18. De Orc
      De Orc
      LOL let he who majes no mistakes cast the 1st pebble and watch it turn into a landslide :-)) You dont make that many mistakes my friend
    19. krispy
      krispy
      Clinker,

      Thank you for so many informational threads. I really appreciate the time and effort you spend writing each of your Trivia threads. I read them all, even if I am not a collector of those specific coins. I read your post because I know beforehand that I am going to find something of interest and will learn something every time.

      I have a question that I have been having a tough time finding the answer for. It's about a design feature on the ASE. Would you happen to know why a feather from the eagle on the reverse is allowed to hang over the top edge of the shield? I'm curious if there is more than an aesthetic reason: does this symbolize anything? does this aid in counterfeit-detection, prevent simple replicas from passing? any thing else?

      If you have any info about this, pls PM me or post in my Visitor Messages. Here's a reference image:

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    20. randygeki
      randygeki
      Thank you :)
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  • About

    Birthday:
    Sep 13, 1935 (Age: 83)
    Location:
    Fort Myers, FL
    Occupation:
    Retired
    Collected coins during 50(s) and 60(s). Sold Collection. Had a stroke in 2005. Got the urge to collect coins again.

    Writing poetry and collecting silver coins of the world minted in 1935, my birth year.