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I use to do this all the time, posting anything of interest I found at auctions or elsewhere. One day I got told off or prompted by a fellow collector that this was not the done thing , so do it less now...... I suppose it is all part of the fun trying to hunt out a treasure. The thing is though, anything online we all have access to, so assume a few people are always on the case on most things. (although we like to think not)John T. Peterson wrote:Oooops! My bad. Apologies all around. I should have known better, Mr. PM.
I was a little confused by the 2 x 10 pfennig coins sign on the machine do you have to put two coins in to make it work ,if so how will it register both coins?.... a 10 pfenning coin is about the size of a 20 pence piece, so a lot smaller than the old penny we all know and love .tree-frog wrote: Even though it states two DM, I assume it is still actually old pennies, looking at the coin tube, unless there is a sleeve inside. I have no idea how big a 2DM coins was?
I see what you are saying about the 2 Pfennig coin, but its the 2x10Pf sign that puzzles me yet the payout card says one penny , maybe who ever put the sign on the machine, lost something in the translation from German to English??? and ment it to say 2 Pfennig?tree-frog wrote:Quick google shows there was a 2 penning coin up to the introduction of the Euro in 1992....Found a picture of someone holding an old one (sorry so small) and I would say that is not far of an old penny size maybe slightly smaller, assuming the person holding it is not a child.
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