Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by MIGuy, May 19, 2022.
Hahaha I'm just joking around because if I didn't laugh about it, I'd cry
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In fact, I just did.
My PCP will not give me the prescription anymore.
He sees no reason to medically treat something that has outlived its usefulness.
but i'd use the money to trim the trees and then split whatever is left with my wife
Our cars / trucks have gas - I use a hybrid for local stuff and work remotely, so that's not a big deal, I've got nowhere to go, my retirement contribution is maxed as a deduction prior to me getting my take home pay, the pantry is full, and the kids got their undergrad degrees paid for. I'm very fortunate to have a little play money on occasion for the hobby, so I'm just looking for some fun. I appreciate all of the humor and input
Or five pretty nice Sassanian Persian silver drachms. (According to the ol' google, gas is 20 cents a gallon in Iran - no political overtones, I just thought it was an interesting factoid). The Sassanian coins are pretty wild, but they're neat and fairly cheap.
Please stop this...you really ARE old
That’s an excellent choice. $250 can also get you a beautiful Thaler.
As for US my top choices would be:
Draped Bust Half Dollar, 1805-07
Liberty Cap Large Cent, 1794
Draped Bust Half Cent, 1800
(Best possible grades for $250)
Seated Liberty Half Dime, MS-63, common date (might have to stretch that $250 a bit, but definitely doable)
or 1838-O, G-VG if feeling a key date
I like those! Got my first one recently - good price (under $100), beautiful coin, that's something I'll consider (along with the Trade Dollar, Capped Bust, Bust Cents and Seated Liberty Dimes and other suggestions) -
You beat me to it.
They had to pay it. The Spartan motto was "come back with your car, or on it."
tank of gas...maybe (no foolin')...my older SUV has a 42-gallon tank.
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