Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by ominus1, May 22, 2020.
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@TIF are you there ? Pulse check.
I'm sure with all going on....if she is taking care of her elder parent in this time peroid her hands are full.
Having been down this road for the last 10 years until this past Feb. You loose track....and are focused on dealing with a daily situiation that never improves. I give her credit it's not easy ....and durring this time it can only be a night mare every day you open your eyes.
TIF. Best regards hon....I truly appreciate and understand...wishing you peace.
Time for your new thread, @TIF.
ah, very good, thanks SA...can't wait to see/hear about it!
yes and that's understandable...i've got an 85 yo Dad meself..fortunately he has a wife my age(but i'm no spring chicken)..we talk on the phone 2 or 3 time everyday but i've been ill with some kinda flu/cold and don't want to give it to him whatever it is...
@TIF will be around soon.
Mike is fine. Wrote me some time ago, but seemed happy, had moved, and found a wonderful person in his life. I miss him a lot.
That’s good to hear, he was always a fun guy in the threads.
..i miss the Z too...
I take you are talking about @zumbly. He just posted on "Follow the Coin Theme Game". I'll grant you he has not been posting as frequently as he used to, but neither have I. I enjoy reading the posts though.
..ah, good then!...(my computer nor i are fast enough to post on that thread )
Pretty sure @ominus1 meant Mikey Zee. I too am sorry he seems to have moved on from the hobby and no longer posts here. I'm glad to have one ex Mikey Zee in my collection...
AR Denarius. 3.93g, 18mm. Rome mint, 46 BC. T. Carisius, moneyer. Crawford 464/1; Sydenham 983. O: Female head (Sibyl Herophile or Sphinx) right, hair elaborately decorated with jewels and enclosed in a sling and tied with bands. R: T.CARISIVS, Sphinx seated right; III.VIR in exergue.
Ex Mikey Zee Collection; ex Agora Auctions 31, 28 April 2015, lot 129; ex PBJI Ancient Coins and Antiquities
As for @TIF, I'm sure we'll see her around more regularly once she's done setting up her new kingdom in Texas.
AE28. 12.6g, 28mm, PHOENICIA, Tyre, circa AD 218-222. Rouvier 2375; BMC 409; Price & Trell 748 (for rev. type). O: [IMP CAES] M AV ANTONIN[VS AVG], laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. R: [TVRIORVM], Dido overseeing the building of Carthage; she stands on the right, holding a rule and a transverse sceptre, facing left towards an arched city gate flanked by two towers, palm tree to her right; above the gate a mason works; below, another a worker digs with a pick, legend [∆ƐI-∆Ω] to his left and right; murex shell in upper field.
Ex @TIF Collection
Zumbly, Zee. Yeah all you Zs look alike.
...yes...pardon me sir Zumbly...
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