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UNCLE BINGO
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Post by UNCLE BINGO » Sun Jul 31, 2022 2:12 pm

Good Morning Gentlemen and Ladies.
I was wondering if I could respectfully ask for Permission to post pictures on this fine site ?
I might be doing something wrong still like not shrinking the photos down to correct size for posting . However I can usually figure the image hosting thing out ..

And thank you for granting me access , Ill try not to say anything to novice on here . I really like this particular part of collecting .SO far it seems to have its highs and lows :roll: for this beginner anyway .

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Post by UNCLE BINGO » Sun Jul 31, 2022 3:26 pm

Picked this off E Bay the other day . pretty sure I got the VAM 21 part right . Its about the only one I feel confident in as my first answer or best guess anyway :roll: Image
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Post by UNCLE BINGO » Sun Jul 31, 2022 3:28 pm

The reverse Image Thank you for the permission !
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Post by morganman » Thu Aug 18, 2022 12:43 pm

Memories for me galore, as i was with Gene Henry many times at shows as he
bought/picked Morgan vams, raw as well as graded but not attrib.
He was a sponge on knowing/remembering vams, especially hard remembers vams

A fantastic human being that quietly amassed about 110,000 Morgans collection if
i remember correctly. One of the old timers who knew how to do business and profited
from it greatly. Steve Cauthan, owner of Renton Coin in Washington State reminds me
of Gene, as a modern day version.
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Post by UNCLE BINGO » Fri Aug 19, 2022 3:40 am

Thank you so much ! I had to google him because i did not know the man , i was very happy when I figured the coin to be VAM 21 . instead of just "Oval O" as advertised. This thing you guys do is much like Alchemy , turning lead in to gold or in this case silver into paper money or crypt o or whatever the latest trend may be :popcorn: LOL

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