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Re: Re '59 low 9 Double Punched G in Regina

Yes, that makes sense, too! I was not considering the marriages, as the basis of the wear on either face. It was an idea that I had, and it needed testing. it failed! Just trying to learn a little bit, while I am still around. ( Not that I plan on going right away, but I don't write the script).

Have you a theory as to the "why" the coins are concave, or convex, depending on how one looks at it? Anyone? TIA.

Dick, 6/7/2011
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