Who's buying one....

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by phankins11, Aug 5, 2015.

  1. green18

    green18 Unknown member Sweet on Commemorative Coins Supporter

    So if I had a mural of various aircraft behind my desk the janitor and mail person might think me a pilot?.........or trucks.......they might think me a truck driver? devil.gif
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  3. spenser

    spenser Active Member

    Since when has anyone breaking in your house is looking for a plane or truck?
  4. green18

    green18 Unknown member Sweet on Commemorative Coins Supporter

    You don't know my neighborhood........
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  5. phankins11

    phankins11 Well-Known Member

    I wish I had a janitor; and why would the mail person be in my house?
  6. phankins11

    phankins11 Well-Known Member

    My wife displays this poster in our front living room, certainly hope we don't get broke into by someone thinking we have a super high end butterfly collection. Not even any toners in it! :smuggrin::D

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  7. saltysam-1

    saltysam-1 Junior Member

    No, but the caterpillars may come to visit their mom.
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  8. spenser

    spenser Active Member

    Do what you want. Im not going to advertise.
  9. michael rae

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  11. icollectoldmoney

    icollectoldmoney ANA Member:3192499

    Did they even have them at the ANA in chicago
  12. Daniel Jones

    Daniel Jones Well-Known Member

    PCGS made a mistake when claiming this poster contains 121 coins made for circulation when the $4 Stella's were just experimental coins, not circulation coins.
  13. 19Lyds

    19Lyds Member of the United States of Confusion

    I have absolutely no interest in acquiring one of these. None.
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  14. saltysam-1

    saltysam-1 Junior Member

    I agree. I have much more important things hanging already. However, it is an okay item for someone first getting into the hobby.
  15. Daniel Jones

    Daniel Jones Well-Known Member

    Personally, I prefer the actual periodic table of elements, of which, I have a very nice poster on display, additionally to having attractive, actual element samples of all 81 stable elements.
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  16. ReaperRuler

    ReaperRuler Resident Numismatist

    While I dont feel like paying 20 dollars for this periodic table of coins, I have it on my wishlist on amazon and may purchase it someday.... I dont see me making it to a major coin show within the foreseeable future, so I cant get a free one unfortunately :shifty:
  17. miedbe7

    miedbe7 Wayward Collector

    I personally can't wait for Metallium to make a bi-transactinide coin out of Darmstadtium and Roentgenium. I wonder where it'd rank on the URS with half-lives of 10 and 26 seconds respectively. :)
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  18. Dimedude2

    Dimedude2 Member

    They had them available for free at the ANA World's Fair of Money, and I picked one up. It is very cool and a conversation piece and great for the future basement "mancave."
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  19. Chiefbullsit

    Chiefbullsit CRAZY HORSE

    With the prices PCGS charges on grading they ought to give each member one.
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  20. fretboard

    fretboard Defender of Old Coinage!

    Yeah I agree, I'm not getting one either. Nice looking poster but it's just not me, besides I don't want to advertise for PCGS. Also, I don't want everyone who walks into my house to know I collect coins. If Daniel Carr made one I might get one but not PCGS or NGC. I'm very picky about who I advertise for and I'm not gonna advertise for a company who charges way too much for a simple grading of a coin.
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  21. Dimedude2

    Dimedude2 Member

    I am surprised by the negativity of this project. I think it is excellent that they there is an interesting reference that can promote numismatics. Creative activities like this provide discussion and bring in more enthusiasts, which is a critical need.
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