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  1. #16

    Jul 2007
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    Re: What exactly is a "wilver"???

    Quote Originally Posted by flyinguy
    it's wild silver. can be elusive and hard to catch. that is why we hunt it and take it home and make pets out of it!
    I think I like this explaination the best

  2. #17
    us
    Mar 2006
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    Re: What exactly is a "wilver"???

    the people that use it make thier posts hard to read... just skip over them ...
    keenest hobby ever

  3. #18

    Re: What exactly is a "wilver"???

    Quote Originally Posted by UnEarthed72
    OHHHH WILVER
    it was a t.v. program that stared a talking horse
    Shawn
    LMAO!!! Good one.

    Quote Originally Posted by WindHarvester
    It's a slang word for silver that a couple nerds from PA came up with.

    Same goonie brothers call copper "coppa".
    Another good one!!!
    You guys are cracking me up.


    I always thought these were terms from Kirk and Kyle too.

    Dudes,
    You better get them trademarked.

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  4. #19

    Jun 2006
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    Re: What exactly is a "wilver"???

    And I think it is time to put wilver to rest. For people like me that know nothing about coins it can be very confusing.

  5. #20
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    Re: What exactly is a "wilver"???

    Zincolns, Wilvers, and CLAD--OH MY!


    Not to mention Coppas, Roosies, SLQ's, SLQ's Mercs, IH's, LC's, and KGIII's...


    I ain't confused.
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  6. #21

    Re: What exactly is a "wilver"???

    Quote Originally Posted by BuckleBoy
    Zincolns, Wilvers, and CLAD--OH MY!


    Not to mention Coppas, Roosies, SLQ's, SLQ's Mercs, IH's, LC's, and KGIII's...


    I ain't confused.
    Don't leave out the elusive CC tokens Buckles.
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  7. #22
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    Re: What exactly is a "wilver"???

    yep "golden rats"

  8. #23
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    Re: What exactly is a "wilver"???



    Don't leave out the elusive CC tokens Buckles.
    -MM-

    [/quote]which I am now a member of

  9. #24
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    Re: What exactly is a "wilver"???

    It's just like it, only different. Ray.
    Aspire to inspire before you expire

  10. #25
    stefen

    Re: What exactly is a "wilver"???

    Child language, especially used by those still in pampers.

  11. #26

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    Re: What exactly is a "wilver"???

    Quote Originally Posted by UnEarthed72
    OHHHH WILVER

    it was a t.v. program that stared a talking horse



    Shawn
    As Shawn said

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