Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by mrbrklyn, Oct 21, 2012.
the only question will be how to avoid artifical toning.
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I will keep that in mind next time I see nuclear warheads raining from the heavens.
This film can give you some reasonable ideas of how to prepare to save your coins. Don't forget to bring some decident
Don't worry. As luck would have it, zombies prefer plastic to cash. Your stash is safe. You on the other hand...
Hope none of us ever actually need to face such a scenario.
Yes , it will be protected under the water for 100 years or maybe 1000 of years..Would you like to come on my SUBMARINE? HE HE HE HE HE. HIYA>>> HIYA>>>>Yellow submarine...splash..splashh..splash..LOL
You do not woryy about TONING..because there is no more Third Party Grading Existed on this Planet. Back too Normal Again. LOL..
Har Har Har Har . . . .
And what is 1000 x 0?
I don't have to protect my coins, they have to protect me!
Probably not, but the folks living in Nagasaki may have been. We'll never really know.
There is no way to know, or to even know if they had coin collectors, or if coin collecting was popular or allowed in Imperial Japan. There is one thing that we do know, however. If there were any coin collectors in Hiroshima or Nagasaki, then they must have been very concerned about their collections, as all coin collectors are.
I believe that gold and silver are protected naturally from that event.
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