FS: SUNOCO 1999 Millennium coin series

FS: SUNOCO 1999 Millennium coin series

Post by Rhumrun » Mon, 26 Jul 1999 04:00:00



This is a complete set of ten solid brass coins depicting key events of the
past millennium.

1. Columbus Discovers America
2. Declaration of Independence
3. Signing of the U.S. Constitution
4. Emancipation Proclamation
5. First Telephone
6. First Automobile
7. Wright Brothers First Flight
8. American Woman's Right to Vote
9. Man's First Moon Landing
10. The Third Millennium

Each coin is approximately  1-1/4" in dia. and comes individually wrapped.
Also included is an attractive display card that will hold all ten coins.
(Aprox. 9"x9")

Each set is reasonably priced at  $ 20.00 plus $ 3.00 S&H to anywhere in the
U.S.
Outside U.S. please inquire for S&H.

Checks or MO's only.   For checks please allow ten days to clear before
shipment.
MO's shipped the next day.


Thank you.

 
 
 

FS: SUNOCO 1999 Millennium coin series

Post by Steve Ferre » Mon, 26 Jul 1999 04:00:00


If these were not issued by the mint, they are not "coins", but should
be called "rounds" or "medalions".
Only the mint can issue coins.

Steve.

Quote:

>This is a complete set of ten solid brass coins depicting key events of the
>past millennium.

>1. Columbus Discovers America
>2. Declaration of Independence
>3. Signing of the U.S. Constitution
>4. Emancipation Proclamation
>5. First Telephone
>6. First Automobile
>7. Wright Brothers First Flight
>8. American Woman's Right to Vote
>9. Man's First Moon Landing
>10. The Third Millennium

>Each coin is approximately  1-1/4" in dia. and comes individually wrapped.
>Also included is an attractive display card that will hold all ten coins.
>(Aprox. 9"x9")

>Each set is reasonably priced at  $ 20.00 plus $ 3.00 S&H to anywhere in the
>U.S.
>Outside U.S. please inquire for S&H.

>Checks or MO's only.   For checks please allow ten days to clear before
>shipment.
>MO's shipped the next day.


>Thank you.


 
 
 

FS: SUNOCO 1999 Millennium coin series

Post by Norman Diamo » Wed, 28 Jul 1999 04:00:00


Quote:

>This is a complete set of ten solid brass coins depicting key events of the
>past millennium.

>1. Columbus Discovers America
>2. Declaration of Independence
>3. Signing of the U.S. Constitution
>4. Emancipation Proclamation
>5. First Telephone
>6. First Automobile
>7. Wright Brothers First Flight
>8. American Woman's Right to Vote
>9. Man's First Moon Landing
>10. The Third Millennium

Hey!  How did a Canadian invention and a German invention get into the
middle of the US millennium?

Did the millennium exist before America did?  Or did those pesky
American Indians inhabit a nonexistent piece of empty land?  Oh that's
right, America existed but the rest of the world didn't, except for
those two accidents in the middle of the list.

Good thing they're made of solid brass.

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FS: SUNOCO 1999 Millennium coin series

Post by note.bo » Thu, 29 Jul 1999 04:00:00


The telephone was a Scottish invention, Alexander Graham Bell, that name must ring a bell surely.
Billy
Quote:


> >This is a complete set of ten solid brass coins depicting key events of the
> >past millennium.

> >1. Columbus Discovers America
> >2. Declaration of Independence
> >3. Signing of the U.S. Constitution
> >4. Emancipation Proclamation
> >5. First Telephone
> >6. First Automobile
> >7. Wright Brothers First Flight
> >8. American Woman's Right to Vote
> >9. Man's First Moon Landing
> >10. The Third Millennium

> Hey!  How did a Canadian invention and a German invention get into the
> middle of the US millennium?

> Did the millennium exist before America did?  Or did those pesky
> American Indians inhabit a nonexistent piece of empty land?  Oh that's
> right, America existed but the rest of the world didn't, except for
> those two accidents in the middle of the list.

> Good thing they're made of solid brass.

> --
>  <<  If this were the company's opinion, I would not be allowed to post it.  >>
> "I paid money for this car, I pay taxes for vehicle registration and a driver's
> license, so I can drive in any lane I want, and no innocent victim gets to call
> the cops just 'cause the lane's not goin' the same direction as me" - J Spammer

 
 
 

FS: SUNOCO 1999 Millennium coin series

Post by Ian Miln » Thu, 29 Jul 1999 04:00:00


The name that actually rings a bell with me is `Quasimodo'

Ian

Quote:

> The telephone was a Scottish invention, Alexander Graham Bell, that name must ring a bell surely.
> Billy



> > >This is a complete set of ten solid brass coins depicting key events of the
> > >past millennium.

> > >1. Columbus Discovers America
> > >2. Declaration of Independence
> > >3. Signing of the U.S. Constitution
> > >4. Emancipation Proclamation
> > >5. First Telephone
> > >6. First Automobile
> > >7. Wright Brothers First Flight
> > >8. American Woman's Right to Vote
> > >9. Man's First Moon Landing
> > >10. The Third Millennium

> > Hey!  How did a Canadian invention and a German invention get into the
> > middle of the US millennium?

> > Did the millennium exist before America did?  Or did those pesky
> > American Indians inhabit a nonexistent piece of empty land?  Oh that's
> > right, America existed but the rest of the world didn't, except for
> > those two accidents in the middle of the list.

> > Good thing they're made of solid brass.

> > --
> >  <<  If this were the company's opinion, I would not be allowed to post it.  >>
> > "I paid money for this car, I pay taxes for vehicle registration and a driver's
> > license, so I can drive in any lane I want, and no innocent victim gets to call
> > the cops just 'cause the lane's not goin' the same direction as me" - J Spammer