Discussion in 'Contests' started by lordmarcovan, Feb 14, 2021.
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Mjwags on Collectors Universe.
JimW on Collectors Universe.
(His second entry post over there is disqualified, though if he posts one over here, it will be counted. One entry post per member per site.)
Namvet69 on Collectors Universe.
@lordmarcovan and also referencing Coin Talk to draw more interest to the site!
You are a great contributor to this site! Thanks for all you do!
Thank you for your continuing generosity.
I would put the money toward the 1777 5 kopeks of Russia.
I think Russian history is so fascinating.
SensibleSal66 on Collectors Universe.
@lordmarcovan! This time, I'd like to nominate @Severus Alexander in my place: not only is he a great friend who has helped me many times in identifying coins, but he also provides an invaluable service to the ancient coins community with his impressive auctions. I think he deserves it.
Wow, thanks @Claudius_Gothicus!! I'm honoured to be nominated.
Entry Post: If I were to win, i would spend my money on the steel penny, as I've always wanted one of those.
looks like all of that got brought into the reply, whoops
Welcome to the neighborhood, Lime!
Update... I'd get an ancient coin... I've been trying to start an ancient coin collection and this may be my best chance to
United States: bronze 2-cent piece, 1865.
I like the history of a coin of that age, and it is neat to have a coin no longer made like a 2 cent coin.
I'm with you: there's something about the obsolete, "even-numbered" coinage that I like. Recently, I've developed a passion for Norwegian 2 Øre coins, now obsolete, about the size of our nickels.
Thank you for this opportunity.
If i were to win, hypothetically, I'd spend that money at the collectivecoin cafeteria, on you, cuz you're so generous.
You have some amazing stuff.
Here’s a picture from a big group pic.
Thanks for the opportunity!
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