Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by wxcoin, Aug 4, 2021.
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My answer though, would be the same. Wait. For both events. I, for one, would miss you if you decide to continue with the pending event.
Also, please advise names address & phone numbers for your beneficiaries, so that I may contact them after an appropriate amount of time for them to get over their loss.
I promise to wait at least 3 hours after the interment.
PS: I presume you collect US coins. Otherwise I'll have to get a decent reference book. [The cost of which will be deducted from the proceeds, of course.]
Strange Inheritance. At the end of the show the lady says "and remember you can't take it with you ". Coins in the coffin.
no problem, I'll write him a check to put in the coffin. Now he can take it with him.
And then there'll be the river nymphs, I bet they'll be expensive...
It'll be too hot to go boating.
Hmm, where's that shovel? (Archaeologists do it, why not me?)
Advertisements boasted a restful slumber under the safety of such a device: “Sleep well sweet angel, let no fears of ghouls disturb thy rest, for above thy shrouded form lies a torpedo, ready to make minced meat of anyone who attempts to convey you to the pickling vat.”
In other words, keep the very favorite ones. Place them in a
safe deposit box. When I pass, I am cremated and the urn with
ashes are placed in the SDB. I find this solution acceptable.
By the way the deaccessioning is in full swing.
Yes, Archaeologists, those cats that dig the ground the most.
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