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Heads or Tails: Two Sides of the Same Coin

“Beware of the half truth. You may have gotten hold of the wrong half.” -Author Unknown

As I began to walk the true path of my life, I would often come across coins, more specifically dimes and quarters in the most odd places, but obviously placed where I was meant to find them.

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The Severn Stoke 9thC Saxon Silver Coin Hoard

This penny in the Worcestershire County museum collection comes from a hoard of 18 Saxon silver pennies found near Severn Stoke, Worcestershire.

Twelve of the coins were struck for King Burgred of West Mercia (reigned 852-874) and bear his name and image, as this one pictured. 77 more words


Tarotbytes: 2 of coins

Adaptation is inherent to balance. A tightrope walker is constantly making small adjustments to stay centered over the rope. Finding balance isn’t a one time thing like digging up a treasure chest. 20 more words


The mystery of the Fetter Lane hoard

Amelia Dowler, Curator of Greek and Roman Provincial Coins, British Museum

In 1908 workmen excavating foundations for a house in Fetter Lane (City of London) found 46 coins in a pot. 1,093 more words


1st to 28th February 2015

01st February 2015
Gio loves the boots in this picture.

A number of times I would be seated in the house and he’d bring me the boots for me to get him into them. 41 more words