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January 17, 2002 at 07:18:09
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posted by JSilver on January 17, 2002 at 06:23:13

After he got a chance to settle down and look in the hole again,he saw that it wasn't the top of a pipe after all.In fact,it looked like some kind of crazy coin in some sort of bazel,to hold the coin so someone could wear it around their neck.He put it in his pocket and went home to clean it up. The next day,on his way home from work,he stopped into a coin shop to see if it was worth anything.The dealer took one look at the coin and told him that it was a Lafayette Silver Dollar(the one in the red book,dated 1900).He also said that it looked like it was in almost perfect shape,and that it was the best condition example that he had ever saw.
He then said that the coin could bring more than $9,500 If it wasn't for this one problem right here.This big long deep gash on the front of the coin,lowers the value two about $900 "SORRY"!!!!!!!!...................J.$ILVER...


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