Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by CoinCorgi, Oct 21, 2019.
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Thanks for the memories @CoinCorgi
@GDJMSP, even Peter gave me a like! I guess the Doug-mask-on-a-corgi-body is not enough flattery...yet, huh?
Well, he IS getting a bit old ya know, so .....
As for getting one from me, flattery or no flattery, you hold your breath and wait on that one, hear
Did I hear correctly that you disabled your like button?
Try cutting and pasting this.
So who can tell me, who was the 1st one to do that ?
First one who gets it right, well, ya never know what might just happen
@ziggy9. Haven't seen him around much here recently. Knew him from the BNS when I lived in Boston 10 years
Frank, The Other-Frank, or The Other-Other-Frank?
Daily Herald newspaper, December 11, 1936
No coins of King Edward
NO COINS OF KING EDWARD
RUSH TO BUY STAMPS
No King Edward VIII coins will ever be in circulation.
No coins could have been made before a royal proclamation announcing the date on which the coinage would come into circulation.
Such a proclamation was expected this month. It would have described the design for the King's head and the designs of the reverse sides for the different denominations.
The existing King Edward stamps will be issued until the stocks are exhausted.
Within a quarter of an hour of the abdication announcement, post offices at [S...] were raided yesterday by philatelists. They purchased all King Edward stamps of the higher denominations.
Well, not exactly.
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