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Believe it or not, I was one of those who had obtained the "map" with round indents for the state quarters to be placed ( in their respective states, of course ) . . . and actually filled it! I have no idea what kind of value this might have in the future, but it was somewhat fun to do along the way.

Sometimes, when my wife and I are watching an old movie from the '30's or '40's on Turner Movie Classics, we love to look for and spot 'odd' things in the background . . . "Look at that old refrigerator," Look at that old-style lamp," etc. Many of the things we see no longer exist. Now, when we're with a youngster watching a movie from the '70's or '80's, it sends shivers down our spines to hear one of them say "Look at that old phone booth!" The times, they have a-changed . . . 

posted by JimmyA on February 26, 2015 at 7:13 AM | link to this | reply

  Very interesting, I did not know much of this. And I was under the assumption

  that any post silver coins , virtually had no value.

posted by Vermont01 on February 26, 2015 at 6:59 AM | link to this | reply

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