Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by top banana racing, Oct 17, 2015.
Multi tools are great
There were some experienced hands on the apprentice this year who could jet wash that
I think he put his blue boxes in one spot and it had rotted nearly away! I put my flipping foot through it this morning moving them
Ooh ta, when I’m home I will check which I’m missing. I have lots of swappsies
@shielsy they we’re for the London Olympics and Paralympics.
We keep forgetting to bring ours down!
@Lazy Andy i would not let any of those muppets anywhere near it!
I love mine, though it came with an Allen key to tighten the chuck, I didn’t realise the other model was a keyless chuck.
The Allen key allegedly fits in the side of the tool but it fell out and got lost on about the 3rd use
Not really a collector MC I just have some that may be what you want. Not home for ages yet, I stupidly agreed to work a Friday this week
Oh hurrah! The delivery man is here
My 1st that got nicked had a key but my new one is keyless
Hmmmm, I’m not sure it’s very wise for Alex to clean her dad with a pressure washer!!
Sorry Alex, I lied ( I gave Neil them ages ago)
I don’t have many coins at all atm, just these
I've got some groats. And a cartwheel tuppence
It'll be fine if he stands in the driveway in his pants
I have my my coin collection as I do collect interesting ones, but not many common groats.
These caught my eye recently. A set of silver and gold gilt crowns. I bought them, but unsure of the true value. Paid very little for the set with a cheeky bid on eBay
Probably not very much is the depressing answer, apart from the value of the gold and silver
I inherited my Dad's collection, but most of it went. Only really the special stuff or top grade unmarked has any real value (if that's what you're interested in). He used to collect Maundy money, and was regularly fleeced by coin dealers. Off it all went to auction! Look at dealer values (if you can find them) that's what stuff is really "worth".
The only coins I kept were the interesting stuff - cartwheel tuppence, etc - and they don't really have any great value.
Saw these on ebay recently. same as mine I think
Can't think of any reason to buy them, TBH.
I suppose you have to at least have an interest in coins. Possibly one of those people that obsessively collect certain manufacturers items!
Buuut...they're just boring, don't ya think? I've got Churchill crowns coming out of my ears. Might use them to weld up holes in my van. Meh.
Something from the 1700s at least has a bit of history.
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