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Strawberry Orange Banana Lime Leaf Slate Sky Blueberry Grape Watermelon Chocolate Marble

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honesttjohn

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7 hours ago, honesttjohn said:

The 2 screws holding the cradle come out and there's an opening to shake the money out.  You can see it on the ones being finished.

I see it now ,John, Pretty clever,That metallic paint really sets them off nicely. I bet those would sell. I hate change , I put it in jars and bury it in the back yard along with the coffee cans of cash.

 

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Late to the show here, but can I say, flat out cool! I must say they looked really cool natural wood too, but then I am partial.:lol:

When I scrolled down more and saw they were painted silver that was completely cool, these would make terrific fundraising campaigns for schools and others.

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On 2/18/2018 at 5:37 PM, Dadio said:

along with the coffee cans of cash.

This can't be true unless you've been hoarding coffee cans from last century.:lol: BTW...I have a "vintage" coffee can stashed somewhere...the old school kind you used a "key" to open.:P

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Even later to this party John. IDK how I missed it...

These are VERY cool...amazing detail from the CNC of the coin face.

Wish I had one of those filled full of old Buffalo nickels or Mercury dimes.

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1 hour ago, Grandpadave52 said:

This can't be true unless you've been hoarding coffee cans from last century.:lol: BTW...I have a "vintage" coffee can stashed somewhere...the old school kind you used a "key" to open.:P

Yeah they went to plastic ones. That was better they didn't rust out as fast and didn't have to be replaced as soon . Now they are down to K cups,don't hold as much cash.

Herb

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