Quote from: Greg Jones on June 09, 2018, 05:52:53 PMNot a great picture, and I'm reluctant to clean them, 1967 Canadian coins celebrating our centennial, uncirculated but not properly protected Let me know if this bothers you in any way. I have been seriously collecting coins for most of my life. I belong to several numismatic associations/clubs. So that’s my back ground. Here we go; the words “clean” and “coins” shall never be in the same sentence, except when saying... never clean a coin since it will loose more then 2/3rd of its value. Usually, when I give an opinion, I always end my comment with “my two cents worth”. Well in this case I am an expert in numismatics, so I’ll repeat; leave your 1967 Silver alone.I am very glad that you are “reluctant”. Very nice set by the way.
Not a great picture, and I'm reluctant to clean them, 1967 Canadian coins celebrating our centennial, uncirculated but not properly protected
I think I can take a few photos later for this thread.
Here's half my coin collection - I have 2!It's a 10 euro "Little Prince" coin which I got in a French post office. In the same town I found this Camo Fun Forester in a shop window.
So Pontius Pilate got a coin of his own, eh?I wonder if his fwend in Wome, Biggus Dickus, was ever given the same honour. A portwait of him and his wife, Incontinentia Buttox, would be pwiceless.
Keep them coming Chako! Those UK jigsaw puzzle coins are so nice, I only have the old ones.Also, Canada. Sigh. I only have 1 Cent coins form Canada. 70 or so of them. I'll get a nice set of the bay soon.I won a Signal from Grant, and I should have asked him to include some coins in the package. Alas, my "Canada" page is just an ocean of copper dullness.
SwissChamp and Morgan Dollars.(Image removed from quote.)
Reamer, I sent you a PM regarding CDN pennies.
Nothing of value just a few I plucked out of my pocket randomly over the years. I do find coin collecting very neat and appreciate others REAL collections.