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July 05, 2016, 09:50:31 AM
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If anyone wants to make an offer, I know someone who owns one.
Are all the 1000btc coins the same as the one in the pic above, that looks like a "error" coin to me

There are actually three different varieties.
- Series 1 'Prototype'
- Series 1 (as pictured)
- Series 2

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July 05, 2016, 12:22:12 PM
 #142

If anyone wants to make an offer, I know someone who owns one.
Are all the 1000btc coins the same as the one in the pic above, that looks like a "error" coin to me

There are actually three different varieties.
- Series 1 'Prototype'
- Series 1 (as pictured)
- Series 2

Will this be included in the update??

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July 05, 2016, 12:47:19 PM
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If anyone wants to make an offer, I know someone who owns one.
Are all the 1000btc coins the same as the one in the pic above, that looks like a "error" coin to me

There are actually three different varieties.
- Series 1 'Prototype'
- Series 1 (as pictured)
- Series 2

Will this be included in the update??

I believe this is all in the current book. There are three separate pages for the gold coin.

Author of Encyclopedia of Physical Bitcoins and Crypto-Currencies. View free sample and Buy the book at https://coinfirm.org/
I can broker a sale for almost any coin, even 1,000 BTC coins & bars via https://coinfirm.org/rare-coins-for-sale
Limited 'Autographs Edition' now for sale, with over 20 coin-maker signatures and many holograms! https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1497543.0;all
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