Re: Counting reeds--a simple solution for D/S CT Qtr
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Mike Diamond"
> If you murder my coin Terry, you have to buy it! :)No problem Mike. How much is a fake D/S worth? Couple x face?
I forgot to mention that the screwdriver put a teeny tiny nick in the
edge of the rim but I was able to polish it out ok with 600 grit
wet/dry sandpaper and some buffing compund on a fabric wheel.
btw - it does have a smell now...smells like Palmolive.
> --- In email@example.com, pwrwgndrvrthe
> <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> > I just coated Mike's qtr with spray adhesive and glued it into
> > reflector. Worked really good, almost too good, had to use asold
> > screwdriver to pry it out when I was done. Soaked it overnight in
> > dish soap and it looks fine now today.
> > Couple years ago decided to retire from the ebay battles. Have
> > many of my errors to other collector friends and auctioned a few.collections
> > Have made detailed scans of them all so I have a great reference
> > library. Its as enjoyable now helping others with their
> > as it was collecting them firstname.lastname@example.org, "mrlindy2000"
> > --- In
> > <adkinstone@e...> wrote:your
> > > How did you defy gravity with the flashlight lense and flatbad
> > > scanner Terry? Also, you said you in retirement. Did you sell
> > > errors off or are you just takin a break from adding more to
> > > collection. I have had a few breaks from error collecting over
> > > years but luckily I kept most during each hiatus. I wish I had
> > > the Franklin half off metals to sell yet again at todays market
> > > levels. They just didn't excite me way back when they seemed to
> > > everywhere. Lindy
> > >