Can I get yalls opinion on if this Lucius Verus is legit? Need to make sure before purchase
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There are multiple things that threw up flags in my head while looking at

this picture, but I’m no master I can’t make a definitive statement either way. What do you vets think?

 

Thanks for your feedback ahead of time! Hopefully I am just paranoid and this coin is fine and ready for purchase (the seller’s being super pushy and impatient) 😵💫

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On 5/24/2022 at 12:31 PM, VKurtB said:

“Yalls”?:grin:

It is a perfectly legitimate word referring to something belonging to a group of people, either individually or collectively. :bigsmile:

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On 5/24/2022 at 1:50 PM, Just Bob said:

It is a perfectly legitimate word referring to something belonging to a group of people, either individually or collectively. :bigsmile:

You mean like “yinz” near Pittsburgh? Or “youse” near Philly?

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On 5/24/2022 at 2:00 PM, VKurtB said:

You mean like “yinz” near Pittsburgh? Or “youse” near Philly?

I haven't heard of "yinz" but I have heard "youse" being used.

Question: is either of these words ever used to refer to one person? That is the thing that movie and television writers don't seem to understand about "You-all" and "Y'all." They are not used in the South to refer to one person - always to two or more.

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On 5/25/2022 at 12:32 AM, Just Bob said:

I haven't heard of "yinz" but I have heard "youse" being used.

Question: is either of these words ever used to refer to one person? That is the thing that movie and television writers don't seem to understand about "You-all" and "Y'all." They are not used in the South to refer to one person - always to two or more.

...can a y'all have a pedigree?....

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On 5/24/2022 at 11:32 PM, Just Bob said:

I haven't heard of "yinz" but I have heard "youse" being used.

Question: is either of these words ever used to refer to one person? That is the thing that movie and television writers don't seem to understand about "You-all" and "Y'all." They are not used in the South to refer to one person - always to two or more.

Same with yinz and youse. Second person plural. The annual legislative baseball game in Harrisburg is Yinz vs. Youse. 

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On 5/24/2022 at 2:50 PM, Just Bob said:

either individually or collectively

Do ya' mean "commies?"

;)

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Offer to buy the coin with a certification guarantee -- refund of price if it comes back fake.

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