thebeav

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  1. It's funny you would say that. I was offered that job about 2 months ago. There's just no way I could change my life around like that......
  2. What a bunch of nonsense. I can't even get the kid at the deli to figure out a third of a pound of potato salad, and they're going to understand 12 decimal places to pay someone a dollar......It won't happen.......
  3. I wasn't able to sign on for a week or so. Finally yesterday I got on......
  4. This half looks genuine. I'd call it a VG/details for the rim bump.
  5. I would find the refund to be acceptable as long as I can still acquire the two coins that I wanted. If it was one of those 'sold out' deals, I wouldn't be happy.
  6. As for myself, BU would indicate a grade between 60 and 70 with no color or toning. Uncirculated would indicate a grade between 60 and 70 with color or toning. That's why numerical grades were born. There wasn't enough information otherwise.....
  7. They look genuine. The half cent has reverse damage, so it would be a details grade. The large cent would grade a 35 to possibly a 40.
  8. I wouldn't be very happy with that 20 centime with a straight grade of 61. I don't know about that grading company.
  9. As a seller, I just hate it when one of my auctions turns into an 'overpriced disaster'.......
  10. I've been working on a design...... The reverse is the skyline of Wuhan, the obverse shows virologist Shi Zhengli, with the motto "I'm your fathaah".....
  11. I thought I was wrong once, but I was mistaken.
  12. Here's one that costs a fortune. Here..... At least you know they exist....