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  • 2ndoldman
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    I was also disappointed by the lack of age but what the heck, it works.

  • Jethro355
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    Not as old as I first thought. 😲

  • 2ndoldman
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    Originally posted by Scorpion68 View Post
    Bruce - any idea how old that Ronson is? I'd be interested in finding that out. It doesn't look too worse for wear but finding it out in the elements makes me wonder how long it was exposed.
    Chuck, I have found some You Tube videos from 2010 about this lighter. It could date from then however it is probably a more recent loss. Click image for larger version

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  • willjo
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    That 1897 dime is almost uncirculated, that is amazing for as old as it is.

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  • Scorpion68
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    Bruce - any idea how old that Ronson is? I'd be interested in finding that out. It doesn't look too worse for wear but finding it out in the elements makes me wonder how long it was exposed.

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  • 2ndoldman
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    Thanks. Being that this one is still 100% in working order it just had to get posted.

  • Jethro355
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    That old Ronson lighter is a cool find.👍

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  • 2ndoldman
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    Thank you Johnny. I figured to beat you to the punch this time and point out the S because I like them too.

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  • 2ndoldman
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    Thanks Everett.

  • willjo
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    The Canadian Half is really neat, really nice designed coin. also the dime is neat also. Just love those S minted coins.

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  • G10+
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    That .50 cent piece is killer !!

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  • 2ndoldman
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    Even when it is really iffy silver.
    I put this unmarked pendant through my litmus test.
    I tumbled it in a vinegar and water solution for 12 hours.
    That is normally more than enough to wear away normal plating.
    So if this is not silver then it is the worlds best plating job. Click image for larger version

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ID:	277003 Lastly I forgot to post this in the last post.
    As you can see it is a working torch. Click image for larger version

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  • 2ndoldman
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    Better coins and other things.

    Boy oh boy this last 2 weeks has seen an unbelievable drop in silver production.
    During the previous 4 weeks I was on track for hitting the 250 silver coin mark.
    Well that has gone out the window.
    These are all that the last 2 weeks has provided.
    50 % is better than nothing. Click image for larger version

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ID:	276993 This was a squeak squawk signal that I almost didn't dig.
    I was out with Colin this day and had already dug more than 50 pennies at up to 7 inches deep.
    But I am glad that I did.
    The iron disk was dead centered above the half and around 3 inches shallower. Click image for larger version

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ID:	276994 And no that is not a Hershey's kiss on it.
    However it was kissed by the digger. Click image for larger version

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ID:	277000 Johnny will like this one. Click image for larger version

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ID:	276995 Because it is another S mint. Click image for larger version

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ID:	276996 And this was my last silver coin. Click image for larger version

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ID:	276997 Silver of any sort is always welcome in my pouch. Click image for larger version

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