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  1. Gregg

    Gregg Monster Toning

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  3. Gregg

    Gregg Monster Toning


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  4. Dougmeister

    Dougmeister Well-Known Member

    Well heck, he has 11 whole feedbacks at 100%... over three years on eBay...

    <cough> <cough>

    Just ... wow...
  5. Dave363

    Dave363 Well-Known Member

    That thing is so shinning I keep waiting for it to turn in to the liquid Terminator. Lol
  6. Kentucky

    Kentucky Supporter! Supporter

    ...and did you notice all the feedbacks were as a buyer...
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  7. Randy Abercrombie

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    I dunno.... I believe I just may see some evidence of some slight polishing. You don’t suppose....... Nawww... Nobody would do that, right?
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  8. LakeEffect

    LakeEffect Average Circulated

    Little known fact: in 1922 the Denver Mint lost the key to the silver vault for 8 days in June, and were forced to mint dollars on chrome plated steel planchets. The hard steel blanks resulted in horribly soft strikes.

    When the night custodian got back from his vacation, he realized he had put the key in his locker, and normal production resumed. So, as the seller correctly points out, these are VERY rare.
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  9. ewomack

    ewomack Senior Member Supporter

    I didn't know that the mint struck that type in Mercury...
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  10. desertgem

    desertgem MODERATOR Senior Errer Collecktor Moderator

    Well , said it was circulated, said it had luster/shine, said it was rare this way since 15+ million were not plated, said he fell for it and it is now the greater fool theory of commerce, so what's the problem? Mercury forms amalgams with gold, silver , and copper and forms a solid matrix, not a liquid covering. Might be neat to have my silver amalgam fillings to shine like that . :)
  11. Kentucky

    Kentucky Supporter! Supporter

    Did you know that if you have amalgam fillings, your saliva will test positive for mercury.
  12. ace71499

    ace71499 Young Numismatic

    Oh my, I died when I read this...

    "Hello this is my 1922 peace dollar, great looking coin to add to the collection! This is a fully circulated coin and has definitely seen its bumps and scrapes but cmon give it some credit it’s had a long life. It’s worn down in some spots but the shine is ridiculously nice for its age. True art piece compared to other peace coins. Haven’t seen to many that have this cool look to them so hopefully someone wants to add it to their collection as much as I did. Thanks have a good day
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  13. desertgem

    desertgem MODERATOR Senior Errer Collecktor Moderator

    Most mercury is absorbed through the lungs into the blood/body. Very small amount through the GI tract. As some "old" teenagers say don't " Don't suck the saliva when you kiss", should aid that problem. But who would be most appropriate to inhaling mercury from the mouth or saliva are dentists who do not wear sealed oxygen masks or rebreathers. My dentists gauze mask does even keep the garlic vapors down in the afternoon appointments and we are the same age ( way past social security mark). Since he is still standing and he knows of no dentist that has died from amalgam vapors, I have no worries from Hg vapors from my fillings, vaccines, or the chem labs. But I won't elaborate as there are enough conspiracy threads already on the forum :( Jim
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    TONYBRONX Well-Known Member

    Glass coated????? UMMM! Smiles
  15. Numismat

    Numismat World coin enthusiast

    Looks like a Peace dollar in its natural habitat :pompous:
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