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    How many bucks?

    How many bucks?
    It's all copper cents- pre 82. Arranged by natural tarnish from circulation. Just decided to let it go.

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    https://www.ebay.com/itm/184100816668
    HUNTING... Anyway, anytime, anyhow; Gold, deer, rocks and gems, turkey, arrowheads, fossils, coins, fish, new sunrises, etc, so forth, and so on...

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    You're kidding about that price, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GopherDaGold View Post
    You're kidding about that price, right?
    Only if it doesn't sell - you are welcome to make one and sell it cheaper...
    Or spend yours on a beaver fetus or a banana- https://www.gq.com/story/suddenly-the-koons-is-this-100k-banana
    Remember, some folks believe the world is flat and others that like Bernie Sanders...
    How about this one.
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/184130716825
    Attachment 1800482

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    HUNTING... Anyway, anytime, anyhow; Gold, deer, rocks and gems, turkey, arrowheads, fossils, coins, fish, new sunrises, etc, so forth, and so on...

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    Better than a banana duct taped to a wall for $120,000.

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    Go for it.
    America was founded by tough hell-raisers. Rugged citizens who evaded taxes, spoke strongly against tyranny, grew tobacco, brewed beer, distilled spirits, and smuggled weapons. And it will be saved by those same types of citizens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie P. (NY) View Post
    Better than a banana duct taped to a wall for $120,000
    Go for it.
    Exactly- that is what art is.
    Art is publicity- the number of eyes that see it until a beholders with equal cash desires it...
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    HUNTING... Anyway, anytime, anyhow; Gold, deer, rocks and gems, turkey, arrowheads, fossils, coins, fish, new sunrises, etc, so forth, and so on...

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    Lewis

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    LMAO.
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    man I need to start selling pennies, I thought you had to be a charter member to do that.
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    Some people probably think their dogs waste is worth money too
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    The banana and tape art sale was a hoax perpetrated by the buyer and seller. Lots of publicity and dialog over nothing. Sometimes I think these things are done to monitor the publics gullibility. How easily they can be brought to believe things with out question. Even the most ridiculous and absurd things, like the flat earth idea.
    If the BuckArt peice had a frame I might be tempted to buy it. It certainly is a good price. I would expect something like that to go up in value.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1more4me View Post
    How many bucks?
    It's all copper cents- pre 82. Arranged by natural tarnish from circulation. Just decided to let it go.


    https://www.ebay.com/itm/184100816668
    If I were to do this I would look into having them mass produced overseas. They each can be made very quickly and cheaply. Penny Art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by treasureguy56 View Post
    Some people probably think their dogs waste is worth money too
    Especially if it is gold plated!
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    Escape - some folks are hard of reading. And naturally negative... But it still provides publicity!
    If you put a price on anything - it is determined by the "need" to sell.
    It is somewhere on scale between right now to first person that sees it and never. Where on the scale it is- is where "need" puts it.
    Art is the most aggressive scale there is- right above fashion.
    HUNTING... Anyway, anytime, anyhow; Gold, deer, rocks and gems, turkey, arrowheads, fossils, coins, fish, new sunrises, etc, so forth, and so on...

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    A very young old man

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    Something is only worth what someone else is willing to pay for it. That's free market & the best way to run a economy. As soon as the government takes your money and spends it against your will it is stealing.
    You call someplace "paradise" kiss it goodbye.
    Don Henley

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    I wont comment on the price, as enough of the others have done that. I will say, it is a beautiful piece, and I have an appreciation for it, since I was a deer hunter for 35 years. I like the use of the pennies.
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    Beautifully done!
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