Help! Is this Coin Worth a Lot?
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RE: "Help! Is this Coin Worth a Lot?"

Nope. It's a very poor quality fake. (The rare ones are dated 1805 and come in hand painted colors.)

On further consideration, it's not worth an alley, or an easement, or even a temporary right-of-way.... ;)

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Definately a fake and a bad fake at that. If its silver then its just worth the value of the silver in it. 

Nevermind. It went over my head this was a joke. :roflmao:

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On 4/1/2022 at 4:11 PM, Hoghead515 said:

Definately a fake and a bad fake at that. If its silver then its just worth the value of the silver in it. 

Nevermind. It went over my head this was a joke. :roflmao:

If you were an old geezer like me the name JB Tipton would have tipped you off. John Baresford Tipton was the benefactor in a show popular in the 50's called The Millionaire. 

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On 4/2/2022 at 1:32 PM, LINCOLNMAN said:

If you were an old geezer like me the name JB Tipton would have tipped you off. John Baresford Tipton was the benefactor in a show popular in the 50's called The Millionaire. 

My late brother and I always watched that show. Of course, with three channels, there wasn't much else.....

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On 4/9/2022 at 6:48 AM, thebeav said:

My late brother and I always watched that show. Of course, with three channels, there wasn't much else.....

I remember back when we used to only get 3 channels. Sometimes 4 if the weather was right. We had a handfull of antennas in my young days before Primestar satelite came around. I remember having to turn those things almost every other day to try and pick up channels. Sometimes in these hills we would only pick up 1 channel, (channel 3) but, most the time you could pick up channels 8, and 13 also.  I remember we bought a booster for it one time and was very excited. With the booster we could get channel 11 and 27 also. Then lightening hit it a few days later and fried it. lol Back to 1 to 3 channels again. It took 3 of us to tune antenna in. 1 to turn it. One to watch when the picture comes in the best and one to relay messages back and forth. lol 

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Three network channels and one local. Then PBS came along. Now my wife and I have seemingly hundreds with cable and Roku and on and on. If there aren't any sports of interest happening, I struggle to find anything to watch after the news. A blessing really. 

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