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  • #61
    Originally posted by 4to2centophilia View Post
    1780

    I am sure you had some family living there back then.

    M
    Think they were still holed up in US, guerilla fighting the damn rebels!

    The meek shall inherit the earth - so buy a meek

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    • #62
      Originally posted by AlexB View Post
      Think they were still holed up in US, guerilla fighting the damn rebels!

      You mean the "insurgents"

      Voz

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      • #63
        Originally posted by vozmozhno View Post
        You mean the "insurgents"

        Voz
        The rebellious insurgents?

        Mark can you send me a jpg so I can have a look? Gotta really like it to convince the wife that it should be dislpayed

        Cheers
        The meek shall inherit the earth - so buy a meek

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        • #64
          Originally posted by AlexB View Post
          The rebellious insurgents?

          Mark can you send me a jpg so I can have a look? Gotta really like it to convince the wife that it should be dislpayed

          Cheers

          I will scan it and send it to you later on.

          If your wife lets you buy those funny little English coins, I can't imagine she would protest the map.

          M
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          "When you are in Rome live in the Roman style; when you are elsewhere live as they live elsewhere" St. Ambrose (340-397) to St. Augustine.

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          • #65
            Alex

            Here

            I couldn't attach to a PM. I had to reduce the size to meet the upload size requirements.

            M
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            "When you are in Rome live in the Roman style; when you are elsewhere live as they live elsewhere" St. Ambrose (340-397) to St. Augustine.

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            • #66
              Congrats Marsmike... I was floored when I read which coin won but, once I studied it awhile, I agree that it's a gorgeous coin. I guess I was just gobsmacked by the glitter of gold!

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              • #67
                Originally posted by 4to2centophilia View Post
                Alex

                Here

                I couldn't attach to a PM. I had to reduce the size to meet the upload size requirements.

                M
                Hi Mark

                Very nice but I must gracefully & gratefully decline your generousity. Apart from said wife's disapproval I am holding out for an Anglo-Saxon map of around 750-800AD, small ones of which I have in various books.

                Thanks again

                Brgds

                Alex
                The meek shall inherit the earth - so buy a meek

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                • #68
                  Originally posted by AlexB View Post
                  Hi Mark

                  Very nice but I must gracefully & gratefully decline your generousity. Apart from said wife's disapproval I am holding out for an Anglo-Saxon map of around 750-800AD, small ones of which I have in various books.

                  Thanks again

                  Brgds

                  Alex
                  Alex

                  No problem. I can focus on getting Mikes map coloured.

                  Regarding the 750-800AD map.............are your referring to perhaps a 16th or 17th century map depicting England in 750-800 AD, or a map of Anglo-Saxon England actually made in the years 750-800AD?

                  M
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                  "When you are in Rome live in the Roman style; when you are elsewhere live as they live elsewhere" St. Ambrose (340-397) to St. Augustine.

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                  • #69
                    hmmmm
                    I was trying to guss but realy I wouldent guss that one, it is wonderfull coin, but I have less knowlodge about that type of coins.
                    Salem
                    http://www.vcoins.com/ancient/athenanumismatics

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