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Great finds, but I am confused.  Are you the original finder, or did you find a box in your closet with the relics in it?




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Most of what I post I find. However I do collect artifacts and coins from around the world since I can't travel there.

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Thanks for clearing up my confusion George. 

It would certainly save someone a lot of time collecting to find that horde in a box in the closet.  

I particularly like the six sided die, is that stone or metal?






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