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Glad you made his day with the information and help.

Did you buy it from him or help him sell it?

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1 hour ago, Valens Legacy said:

Glad you made his day with the information and help.

Did you buy it from him or help him sell it?

neither. i simply gave him the information and told him if he chose to sell he could at a few places. and to be mindful the price of gold.

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8 hours ago, Bryan said:

neither. i simply gave him the information and told him if he chose to sell he could at a few places. and to be mindful the price of gold.

Great story but if any pendant ever needed to be melted it's that one! :laugh:

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Great story.  I think all gold is beautiful BUT I do have to agree, that "roo" is fuggly! LOL

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3 hours ago, cuniagau said:

Great story.  I think all gold is beautiful BUT I do have to agree, that "roo" is fuggly! LOL

there has been much debate on the identity of said critters. meerkat's is in the lead ahead of roo's.

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4 hours ago, Bryan said:

there has been much debate on the identity of said critters. meerkat's is in the lead ahead of roo's.

On re-examining the pictures, I will throw my vote to meerkats also.  The front legs are to long and the tail not big enough for a roo!  Thanks for the "poll update".  But it is still fuggly! LOL 

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6 hours ago, Bryan said:

meerkat's is in the lead ahead of roo's.

I would also go with meerkat's as they don't look anything like a roo.

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