Here's That 1805 Seated Liberty Dollar You All Need for Your Sets

Here's That 1805 Seated Liberty Dollar You All Need for Your Sets

Post by Bob » Wed, 01 Jun 2005 10:19:17



He admits that his "silver dollars" weigh only 22 grams.  Check your
Red Book to see what a silver dollar really weighs....

Bob Leonard

 
 
 

Here's That 1805 Seated Liberty Dollar You All Need for Your Sets

Post by Bruce Farle » Wed, 01 Jun 2005 10:46:13


If you want to have a good laugh look at his feedback!
Quote:

> He admits that his "silver dollars" weigh only 22 grams.  Check your
> Red Book to see what a silver dollar really weighs....

> Bob Leonard


 
 
 

Here's That 1805 Seated Liberty Dollar You All Need for Your Sets

Post by Sly » Wed, 01 Jun 2005 12:08:39


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Quote:
> If you want to have a good laugh look at his feedback!


> > He admits that his "silver dollars" weigh only 22 grams.  Check your
> > Red Book to see what a silver dollar really weighs....

> > Bob Leonard

 
 
 

Here's That 1805 Seated Liberty Dollar You All Need for Your Sets

Post by Bob Flamini » Thu, 02 Jun 2005 03:45:11


Quote:

> If you want to have a good laugh look at his feedback!

Found the eBay China link; if your browser can render Chinese fonts this
will make a *little* more sense (a lot more if you can read Chinese):

http://feedback.ebay.com.cn/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback&userid=yang...

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Bob

 
 
 

Here's That 1805 Seated Liberty Dollar You All Need for Your Sets

Post by Bob Flamini » Thu, 02 Jun 2005 03:41:12


Quote:

> If you want to have a good laugh look at his feedback!

Those ??? are almost certainly Chinese characters that didn't get mapped
over to a browser-displayable font.

One of these days Unicode will completely take over and these sorts of
weirdnesses will be gone...

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Bob

 
 
 

Here's That 1805 Seated Liberty Dollar You All Need for Your Sets

Post by Keith Fletche » Thu, 02 Jun 2005 10:00:50


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