green18
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green18

Unknown member Sweet on Commemorative Coins, Male, 72, from Long Island, New York

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Don't look back.....something may be gaining on ya...... Sep 17, 2022

green18 was last seen:
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    1. coingeek12
      coingeek12
      your avatars are the coolest!
    2. coinswithsmiles
      coinswithsmiles
      Yeah..Well how have you been?
    3. coinswithsmiles
      coinswithsmiles
      Yeah sorry, I've just been checking up every now and then to see if anyone wants to talk, life still hasn't be agreeing with me for a while so I haven't had the time to get on.
    4. JCB1983
      JCB1983
      I like the large cent gold commems. That is actually the first I've ever seen of them. Can I find one on ebay?
    5. Hunt1
      Hunt1
      Happy belated birthday good buddy!
    6. McBlzr
      McBlzr
      Happy Birthday Ken. :smile
    7. skin63
      skin63
      hi green you visited my post on commemorative medals about a week ago and said you may be able to help me value it if i put some pics up which i have now done and if you could take a look i would be very greatful for any help you can give
    8. CCMint
      CCMint
      Aw, nothing much. Recently picked up a 1808 half cent, just couldn't live with out it!
    9. CCMint
      CCMint
      Hey, what's new in the land of green?
    10. AdamL
      AdamL
      That would be a classic!
    11. AdamL
      AdamL
      Maybe it'll be Yankees versus Cardinals in the World Series this year :)
    12. jeternet
      jeternet
      Hi Ken: I noticed that you may need the Americas First Medals holder and book. I have an unused copy if you are interested. John
    13. Indianhead65
      Indianhead65
      Hi Ken, I just thought Id stop in and say Hi!!! I havent been in here in a while. I hope that you and your family are doing well.

      Your friend,
      Kevin Leab
    14. LionelR
      LionelR
      Hello-

      First, thanks for commening on a post or two of mine. I appreciate your visit.

      Also, I thoroughly enjoyed your Classic Commemoratives album. In particular, the 1936 Wisconsin. I'm from Wisconsin and you've got a spectacular piece there!

      Thank you again and best regards.

      -L
    15. krispy
      krispy
      Welcome back Ken! Wasn't the same place without you. Glad you got a break though. Off to see your newps... :smile
    16. zach24
      zach24
      Nice to see you back, Ken! How have you enjoyed Florida?
    17. krispy
      krispy
      Just circling back... Sure hoping you didn't go on any Italian cruises lately... So, where've ya' gone off to ole' bean?
    18. McBlzr
      McBlzr
      Ken, here is hoping you are ok. I have been watching for that 15k post !
    19. krispy
      krispy
      Happy New Year, Ken! I wonder what sunny beach you are away sitting on? You've been kinda quite since I saw you post about your FUN buys... can't wait to see your latest buys when you return with them. I managed to return to the city over the holidays for a several days, but I'm already back at my school now and in the swing of things again over here. It was nice being back after several months away but my time was over too soon. I hope you are doing well. Catch you soon.
    20. CCMint
      CCMint
      Hey, I heard you live in Suffolk County. My father was born in Riverhead.
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    Jul 7, 1950 (Age: 72)
    Location:
    Long Island, New York
    Occupation:
    Retired; 30yrs. United Parcel Service
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