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August 14, 2017, 12:13:16 PM
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We in the Republic of Georgia are often very old items.
A lot of very coins, banknotes and paintings.
For example coins on this website. There is a corresponding section.
https://www.mymarket.ge/en/search/?CatID=47

If anyone needs help in buying and sending mail. Contact.
You just transfer the bitcoin, but we'll check and send.
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you're selling a bicentennial 1976 liberty bell penny for close to $2,500 and in reality, it's worth less than a dollar. Judging by that alone this site is more than likely a rip

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August 14, 2017, 01:19:55 PM
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you're selling a bicentennial 1976 liberty bell penny for close to $2,500 and in reality, it's worth less than a dollar. Judging by that alone this site is more than likely a rip

There are things valuable overpriced.
There are cheap items.
Need to look, choose and negotiate.
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