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Great way to spend a morning!  Well done on the ring too.

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Looks like you had a lot of fun on this hunt, and I think you can have the ring resized to fit your pinky.

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Great day mate, nice to see the small 2$ coins beat the 1$ which was my experience even though they are smaller. The top and bottom 50 cents must of been too deep for the competition to get that amount of crud on them.

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