Mr. Coin Lover
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Mr. Coin Lover

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Mr. Coin Lover was last seen:
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    1. green18
      green18
      Just a little note to say hi and let ya know I'm thinkin' about cha Larry........:)
    2. jaceravone
      jaceravone
      Yo! Larry Whats up? Just saying Hi!
    3. nik
      nik
      i would like to find out about this gold coin with marking tu domine spes.me a 1752 face side other side franc .d.g.r.i.s. a.ger.ier.rex. any info or value i have checked other sites
    4. Daggarjon
      Daggarjon
      thanks for the friend invite thingy :)
    5. andrew289
      andrew289
      Huh? Isn't that what you just did?
    6. Mr. Coin Lover
      Mr. Coin Lover
      Go to the forum you want to start in, say "coin chat" or "us coins forum". It will be on the left side. It says "post a new thread" or "start a new thread". Hope this helps
    7. LincolnBUrolls
      LincolnBUrolls
      I'm a little too new to understand........a little slow also ((*_*)).....how do I initiate a new thread???
      Could not find the magic entry to do that? Help??
      Thx
    8. mrbrklyn
      mrbrklyn
      ROLF - it is coming!
    9. Mr. Coin Lover
      Mr. Coin Lover
      I like the Texas also, I guess I am somewhat partial to Fraser since I'm collecting the buffalo nickel. Somewhere I have an article on arrangement of the early commemeratives. Bowers touches on it it briefly, but this went into more detail. Of course one was to have one of everthing and other display options that were mentioned are: 1. All pertaining to California 2. All pertaining to New York 3. All of Art Deco design (I believe there are four in this category) 4. All pertaining to the western US 5. All pertaining to pre-America. There were some others, but this is all I remember. I printed the article from a site on the internet. There is a dealer I brought up a site on in New York that specializes in commemeratives. If I remembeer correctly the prices were very competative and has an excellent reputation. The only problem with making diplays is there are starting to be so many thefts of coins my wife wants me to move them to the bank to store.
    10. jaceravone
      jaceravone
      I have to agree with you about the Oregon Trail, it is stunning, but I would have to say that my current favorite is the Texas comm. I would love to own the Conn comm one day as well. I think that may end up being my all time favorite once I get it.
    11. jaceravone
      jaceravone
      Thank you, commemorative coins are my true love. Although I have been collecting since I was a kid, my first coin that I bought was the 1986 statue of Liberty silver dollar set and I have bought them ever since. A few years ago, I tried my hand at early commems and was burned big time. Bought about 10 of them for a good chunk of change and atleast 6 were cleaned (badly too). Well I learned a big lesson. I have learned a lot on CT which has helped me through the years.

      If you need any help with info just let me know. I would recommend David Bowers book on early and modern comms. Its a really good book to get started. Talk to you later. Joe
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    Birthday:
    June 3
    Location:
    Florida
    Occupation:
    Retired Army, now Registered Nurse
    Collecting since 2000

    Coin Collecting, Family time