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NicholasD
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Yes, I'd really like to see them also. You learn something new everyday!
Salby
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Can you soften and tanish SHELLS????


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On 2007-10-26 12:08, Salby wrote:
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Can you soften and tanish SHELLS????


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I think you wouldn't want to do that unless you have the right machinery.
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Hey guys.

Thanks for showing an interest in what my coins look like.
I realize these next two statements are going to be extremely hard to
believe but it the honest truth. One: I do not own a digital
camera ( that's why I have Yoda as my avatar. There's some
similarities but I'm not that green!! ). Here's the really
big one: Two: I don't own a cell phone!!!! Never have. I can imagine what
you're thinking and saying...but I do work with people that
do and will try to get a picture to show you. Right off hand
the only way I know how to share them would be to email them
to you guys that are interested.
I'll do my best to get some pics tomorrow if I can.
I'd love for y'all to see 'em!

Later,
Lee

P.S.: Salby, I agree with Mr. Santos regarding the shell.
First off, it would have to be real silver for the bleach
to work. The sanding would be scary but if you had one
that was a bit older and you could spare it, I suppose
you could try it. The more I think about it, I think it
may be possible but you'd have to be very careful not
to damage the edges. I'd be willing to give it a shot.
PM me for info.
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MickeyPainless
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WOW Bill, what a great resource!
THANKS,
Mick
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Humans make life so interesting. Do you know that in a universe so full of wonders, they have managed to create boredom. Quite astonishing.
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