Hobo
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Hobo

Squirrel Hater, 66, from Northeast Georgia as of Jan 2013

Hobo was last seen:
Jun 12, 2013
    1. maggie123
      maggie123
      hi i was wondering is there any coarses for home study of learning more about coins and grading as well in canada thanks
    2. acsf89
      acsf89
      trick or treat & happy halloween
      from your friend: acsf89
    3. Hobo
      Hobo
      Thanks. I'm officially old now.
    4. chip
      chip
      Happy Birthday, I hope your day is memorable.
    5. 50cent
      50cent
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    6. 50cent
      50cent
      it's ur birthday
    7. Pilkenton
      Pilkenton
      In case I forget. Happy birthday.
    8. jello
      jello
    9. tmoneyeagles
      tmoneyeagles
      :( Miss seeing your posts around here.
      Hope to see you soon
    10. manic_mechanic
      manic_mechanic
      Hey I like your hobo nickels, they're really cool
    11. 00tonytone
      00tonytone
      How do u know when the silver peace dollar is counterfeit. I have one from 1929 and from what i googled last ones were minted in 1928 and started back up in 1934 after the great depression.
    12. green18
      green18
      Hey Bruce, been awhile old friend. Miss seeing you post in these parts. Hope all is well and that's one heck o' a picture of you and the nephew. :)
    13. snaz
      snaz
      Hi Bruce, seems like a long time since I've seen you post.
      Everything alright? How are things on your end?
      -Shawn
      EDIT to add:
      It has been forever! Nearly 2 months!
    14. Patrickj
      Patrickj
      Are you still looking for a Testrite CS-2 copy stand?
    15. Coinomologist
      Coinomologist
      That is a very cute kid you have there.My little girl is 6 and I have one 24 too.Quite the spread.Those are the great years before they start to form their own opinions.Then look out.LOL But they are the reason I collect.Because the way this economy is going.We'll never know when that pocket change may come in handy.It's nice meeting you by the way.I hope to learn more from you.
    16. Coinomologist
      Coinomologist
      Sorry about the three posts.But I was limited to 1000 on the post and I had so many questions.
    17. Coinomologist
      Coinomologist
      It's obvious it has to be something that causes the separation.I've never seen it happen so I'm not sure how it happens.But a more professional answer would be really nice to know.And you seem to know your stuff.The one thing I do know is the fact that rip off artist use acid and a few other methods to counterfeit one.I also heard some people use dry ice to cause a coin to separate.It's a shame those type of people are out there.Because if both of those coins I bought at such a great deal were real.I would have been so much better off.This is my first time in here and I'm just a JR.Feels good to be younger again LOL
    18. Coinomologist
      Coinomologist
      This does bring up some good questions though.At which point during production does a coin lose it's clad layer?Is it when the the planchet strip is made incorrectly and inadvertently knocked off when the machine cuts it out?Or is it when it is improperly annealed causing it to heat the metal to much and explode off when the planchet is formed?Or is it when it is annealed before the high speed die strike which may cause a fragile plancet to lose it's clad.?Or does the clad just fall off when it's getting tossed around with so many coins on it's way to my house?
    19. micheldura2
      micheldura2
      what a cutie pie, we have a little girl almost two.....
    20. snaz
      snaz
      Hey Hobo, How are things? Been a while since we talked one on one.
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    Birthday:
    Jun 25, 1955 (Age: 66)
    Location:
    Northeast Georgia as of Jan 2013

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    Confucius say, "Young man not know much".

    ANA LM-3799; CONECA L-216; OHNS LM-59; SUSCC R-4005.
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    oins stored in bank safe deposit box.