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    Andrew if do you referre to the " e pluribus unum".... This is part of the buffalo nickel and in latin the tranlation is " one from many"

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    WOW, really unbelievable Scratchmo! My sincere congratulations for your VERY small scaled work Paulie
    Last edited by Paulie; 06-22-2012 at 07:22 PM.

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    Absolutely outstanding in every regard. The texture of the tree is brilliant, as is everything else. What a masterpiece!

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    phenomenal! (and you did an awesome job with the Indian head, too!)
    Mitch Moschetti

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    Mitch the indian head i think that is the original one hehe

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    Yeah, it's really hard to improve on Fraser's original design. Still my favorite U.S. coin. I don't know why I'm so obsessed with mutilating them...

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    omg ! just plain perfection. and in the tradition, as well. what else to say ?

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    Whoa...shaaaazzzzaaaaammmmm...what a fine job of mutilation, First class in every way!!!!WOW!!!

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    Great work and great pictures. It's wonderful to see the up close detail!

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    Ron,

    Masterful, and full of good heart, a treasure!

    Had to sit right down to sing 'Life is Like a Mountain Railroad', and simply enjoy the moment.

    You really touched me...

    Rod

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