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  • Inverness DH-2a
    iv. 18th Century Genuine Trade Tokens in Copper
    Inverness - Shire
    ST 225 Inverness Halfpenny
    Rose and thistle united
    R. Cornucopiae. 1793, 1794 and 1795
    D&H 1 - 5 (1 pound 25)
    Reference #1
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    Invernesshire
    Inverness Mackintosh, Inglis & Wilson's (2)
    No. 2 D&H 2
    Obverse: - A rose and thistle tied together by a ribbon showing a bow and flowing ends. Legend: - Inverness Halfpenny 1794
    Reverse: - A cornucopia of flowers and fruit, and beneath it a large stone with the inscription Clach-Na-Cudden. (Legend: - Concordia Et Fidelitas)
    Edge: - Payable At MacKintosh Inglis & Wilson's
    Struck in a collar
    Diesinker, Kuchler; Manufacturer, Boulton
    Common
    Reference #2
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    Scotland
    Invernesshire
    Halfpennies
    1 to 5 Inverness. MacKintosh, ETC. G.T.T.
    Reference #3
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    Invernesshire
    2. O:Similar to last, (No. 1 - A rose and thistle united. Inverness Halfpenny) but the date 1794 added at bottom
    R: Similar to last, (No. 1 - A cornucopia of flowers. Concordia Et Fidelitas. Upon a stone at the bottom the date 1793.) but instead of the date the stone is inscribed Clach Na Cudden.
    E: The same as 1a. (Payable . At . MacKintosh Inglis & I Wilson's without the I before Wilson's)
    2a. E: the same as 1b. (Payable . At . MacKintosh Inglis & I Wilson's without the I before Wilson's. Also without the dot after Payable)
    Reference #4
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    References
    #1 Seaby's Standard Catalogue of British Coins, Part 4. Coins and Tokens of Scotland Compiled By: P. Franck Purvey. B. A. Seaby LTD, 1972. Seaby's Numismatic Publicatios LTD.
    #2 Notes on Eighteenth Century Tokens by Arthur W Waters, Seaby's numismatic Publications 1954
    #3 Commercial Coins 1787 -1804 by R. C. Bell, Corbitt & Hunter LTD 1963
    #4 The Provincial Token - Coinage of the 18th Century Illustrated, By R, Dalton & S.H. Hamer 1910 - 1918, Reprint 2015, The Copper Corner
    Inverness DH-2a iv. 18th Century Genuine Trade Tokens in Copper Inverness - Shire ST 225 Inverness Halfpenny Rose and thistle united R. Cornucopiae. 1793, 1794 and 1795 D&H 1 - 5 (1 pound 25) Reference #1 ********************** Invernesshire Inverness Mackintosh, Inglis & Wilson's (2) No. 2 D&H 2 Obverse: - A rose and thistle tied together by a ribbon showing a bow and flowing ends. Legend: - Inverness Halfpenny 1794 Reverse: - A cornucopia of flowers and fruit, and beneath it a large stone with the inscription Clach-Na-Cudden. (Legend: - Concordia Et Fidelitas) Edge: - Payable At MacKintosh Inglis & Wilson's Struck in a collar Diesinker, Kuchler; Manufacturer, Boulton Common Reference #2 ********************** Scotland Invernesshire Halfpennies 1 to 5 Inverness. MacKintosh, ETC. G.T.T. Reference #3 ********************** Invernesshire 2. O:Similar to last, (No. 1 - A rose and thistle united. Inverness Halfpenny) but the date 1794 added at bottom R: Similar to last, (No. 1 - A cornucopia of flowers. Concordia Et Fidelitas. Upon a stone at the bottom the date 1793.) but instead of the date the stone is inscribed Clach Na Cudden. E: The same as 1a. (Payable . At . MacKintosh Inglis & I Wilson's without the I before Wilson's) 2a. E: the same as 1b. (Payable . At . MacKintosh Inglis & I Wilson's without the I before Wilson's. Also without the dot after Payable) Reference #4 ********************** References #1 Seaby's Standard Catalogue of British Coins, Part 4. Coins and Tokens of Scotland Compiled By: P. Franck Purvey. B. A. Seaby LTD, 1972. Seaby's Numismatic Publicatios LTD. #2 Notes on Eighteenth Century Tokens by Arthur W Waters, Seaby's numismatic Publications 1954 #3 Commercial Coins 1787 -1804 by R. C. Bell, Corbitt & Hunter LTD 1963 #4 The Provincial Token - Coinage of the 18th Century Illustrated, By R, Dalton & S.H. Hamer 1910 - 1918, Reprint 2015, The Copper Corner
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  • Inverness DH-2
    Note: PCGS holdered this coin in a non-typical way. The coin is opposite of normal (Obverse on label side) practice. The Rose and Thistles should probably be on the label side for consistency with the references. So please read Referenced descriptions below carefully for determining the Obverse and Reverse.
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    iv. 18th Century Genuine Trade Tokens in Copper
    Inverness - Shire
    ST 225 Inverness Halfpenny
    Rose and thistle united
    R. Cornucopiae. 1793, 1794 and 1795
    D&H 1 - 5 (1 pound 25)
    Reference #1
    **********************
    Invernesshire
    Inverness Mackintosh, Inglis & Wilson's (2)
    No. 2 D&H 2
    Obverse: - A rose and thistle tied together by a ribbon showing a bow and flowing ends. Legend: - Inverness Halfpenny 1794
    Reverse: - A cornucopia of flowers and fruit, and beneath it a large stone with the inscription Clach-Na-Cudden. (Legend: - Concordia Et Fidelitas)
    Edge: - Payable At MacKintosh Inglis & Wilson's
    Struck in a collar
    Diesinker, Kuchler; Manufacturer, Boulton
    Common
    Reference #2
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    Scotland
    Invernesshire
    Halfpennies
    1 to 5 Inverness. MacKintosh, ETC. G.T.T.
    Reference #3
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    Invernesshire
    2. O:Similar to last, (No. 1 - A rose and thistle united. Inverness Halfpenny) but the date 1794 added at bottom
    R: Similar to last, (No. 1 - A cornucopia of flowers. Concordia Et Fidelitas. Upon a stone at the bottom the date 1793.) but instead of the date the stone is inscribed Clach Na Cudden.
    E: The same as 1a. (Payable . At . MacKintosh Inglis & I Wilson's without the I before Wilson's)
    2a. E: the same as 1b. (Payable . At . MacKintosh Inglis & I Wilson's without the I before Wilson's. Also without the dot after Payable)
    Reference #4
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    References
    #1 Seaby's Standard Catalogue of British Coins, Part 4. Coins and Tokens of Scotland Compiled By: P. Franck Purvey. B. A. Seaby LTD, 1972. Seaby's Numismatic Publicatios LTD.
    #2 Notes on Eighteenth Century Tokens by Arthur W Waters, Seaby's numismatic Publications 1954
    #3 Commercial Coins 1787 -1804 by R. C. Bell, Corbitt & Hunter LTD 1963
    #4 The Provincial Token - Coinage of the 18th Century Illustrated, By R, Dalton & S.H. Hamer 1910 - 1918, Reprint 2015, The Copper Corner
    Inverness DH-2 Note: PCGS holdered this coin in a non-typical way. The coin is opposite of normal (Obverse on label side) practice. The Rose and Thistles should probably be on the label side for consistency with the references. So please read Referenced descriptions below carefully for determining the Obverse and Reverse. ****************************** iv. 18th Century Genuine Trade Tokens in Copper Inverness - Shire ST 225 Inverness Halfpenny Rose and thistle united R. Cornucopiae. 1793, 1794 and 1795 D&H 1 - 5 (1 pound 25) Reference #1 ********************** Invernesshire Inverness Mackintosh, Inglis & Wilson's (2) No. 2 D&H 2 Obverse: - A rose and thistle tied together by a ribbon showing a bow and flowing ends. Legend: - Inverness Halfpenny 1794 Reverse: - A cornucopia of flowers and fruit, and beneath it a large stone with the inscription Clach-Na-Cudden. (Legend: - Concordia Et Fidelitas) Edge: - Payable At MacKintosh Inglis & Wilson's Struck in a collar Diesinker, Kuchler; Manufacturer, Boulton Common Reference #2 ********************** Scotland Invernesshire Halfpennies 1 to 5 Inverness. MacKintosh, ETC. G.T.T. Reference #3 ********************** Invernesshire 2. O:Similar to last, (No. 1 - A rose and thistle united. Inverness Halfpenny) but the date 1794 added at bottom R: Similar to last, (No. 1 - A cornucopia of flowers. Concordia Et Fidelitas. Upon a stone at the bottom the date 1793.) but instead of the date the stone is inscribed Clach Na Cudden. E: The same as 1a. (Payable . At . MacKintosh Inglis & I Wilson's without the I before Wilson's) 2a. E: the same as 1b. (Payable . At . MacKintosh Inglis & I Wilson's without the I before Wilson's. Also without the dot after Payable) Reference #4 ********************** References #1 Seaby's Standard Catalogue of British Coins, Part 4. Coins and Tokens of Scotland Compiled By: P. Franck Purvey. B. A. Seaby LTD, 1972. Seaby's Numismatic Publicatios LTD. #2 Notes on Eighteenth Century Tokens by Arthur W Waters, Seaby's numismatic Publications 1954 #3 Commercial Coins 1787 -1804 by R. C. Bell, Corbitt & Hunter LTD 1963 #4 The Provincial Token - Coinage of the 18th Century Illustrated, By R, Dalton & S.H. Hamer 1910 - 1918, Reprint 2015, The Copper Corner
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  • Inverness DH-1b
    Note: NGC holdered this coin in a non-typical way. The coin is opposite of normal (Obverse on label side) practice. The Rose and Thistles should probably be on the label side for consistency with the references. So please read Referenced descriptions below carefully for determining the Obverse and Reverse.
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    iv. 18th Century Genuine Trade Tokens in Copper
    Inverness - Shire
    ST 225 Inverness Halfpenny
    Rose and thistle united
    R. Cornucopiae. 1793, 1794 and 1795
    D&H 1 - 5 (1 pound 25)
    Reference #1
    **********************
    Invernesshire
    Inverness Mackintosh, Inglis & Wilson's (1)
    No. 1 D&H 1
    Obverse: - A rose and thistle tied together by a ribbon showing a bow and flowing ends. Legend: - Inverness Halfpenny
    Reverse: - A cornucopia of flowers and fruit, and beneath it a large stone bearing the date 1793. Legend: - Concordia Et Fidelitas
    Edge: - Payable At MacKintosh Inglis & Wilson's
    Struck in a collar
    Diesinker, Kuchler; Manufacturer, Boulton
    Common
    Reference #2
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    Scotland
    Invernesshire
    Halfpennies
    1 to 5 Inverness. MacKintosh, ETC. G.T.T.
    Reference #3
    **********************
    Invernesshire
    1. O: A rose and thistle united. Inverness Halfpenny
    R: A cornucopia of flowers. Concordia Et Fidelitas. Upon a stone at the bottom the date 1793.
    E: Payable . At . MacKintosh Inglis & I Wilson's

    1a. E: Without the I before Wilson's
    1b. E: Also without the dot after Payable
    Reference #4
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    References
    #1 Seaby's Standard Catalogue of British Coins, Part 4. Coins and Tokens of Scotland Compiled By: P. Franck Purvey. B. A. Seaby LTD, 1972. Seaby's Numismatic Publicatios LTD.
    #2 Notes on Eighteenth Century Tokens by Arthur W Waters, Seaby's numismatic Publications 1954
    #3 Commercial Coins 1787 -1804 by R. C. Bell, Corbitt & Hunter LTD 1963
    #4 The Provincial Token - Coinage of the 18th Century Illustrated, By R, Dalton & S.H. Hamer 1910 - 1918, Reprint 2015, The Copper Corner
    Inverness DH-1b Note: NGC holdered this coin in a non-typical way. The coin is opposite of normal (Obverse on label side) practice. The Rose and Thistles should probably be on the label side for consistency with the references. So please read Referenced descriptions below carefully for determining the Obverse and Reverse. ********************* iv. 18th Century Genuine Trade Tokens in Copper Inverness - Shire ST 225 Inverness Halfpenny Rose and thistle united R. Cornucopiae. 1793, 1794 and 1795 D&H 1 - 5 (1 pound 25) Reference #1 ********************** Invernesshire Inverness Mackintosh, Inglis & Wilson's (1) No. 1 D&H 1 Obverse: - A rose and thistle tied together by a ribbon showing a bow and flowing ends. Legend: - Inverness Halfpenny Reverse: - A cornucopia of flowers and fruit, and beneath it a large stone bearing the date 1793. Legend: - Concordia Et Fidelitas Edge: - Payable At MacKintosh Inglis & Wilson's Struck in a collar Diesinker, Kuchler; Manufacturer, Boulton Common Reference #2 ********************** Scotland Invernesshire Halfpennies 1 to 5 Inverness. MacKintosh, ETC. G.T.T. Reference #3 ********************** Invernesshire 1. O: A rose and thistle united. Inverness Halfpenny R: A cornucopia of flowers. Concordia Et Fidelitas. Upon a stone at the bottom the date 1793. E: Payable . At . MacKintosh Inglis & I Wilson's 1a. E: Without the I before Wilson's 1b. E: Also without the dot after Payable Reference #4 ********************** References #1 Seaby's Standard Catalogue of British Coins, Part 4. Coins and Tokens of Scotland Compiled By: P. Franck Purvey. B. A. Seaby LTD, 1972. Seaby's Numismatic Publicatios LTD. #2 Notes on Eighteenth Century Tokens by Arthur W Waters, Seaby's numismatic Publications 1954 #3 Commercial Coins 1787 -1804 by R. C. Bell, Corbitt & Hunter LTD 1963 #4 The Provincial Token - Coinage of the 18th Century Illustrated, By R, Dalton & S.H. Hamer 1910 - 1918, Reprint 2015, The Copper Corner
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  • Inverness DH-1a
    Note: PCGS holdered this coin in a non-typical way. The coin is opposite of normal (Obverse on label side) practice. The Rose and Thistles should probably be on the label side for consistency with the references. So please read Referenced descriptions below carefully for determining the Obverse and Reverse.
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    iv. 18th Century Genuine Trade Tokens in Copper
    Inverness - Shire
    ST 225 Inverness Halfpenny
    Rose and thistle united
    R. Cornucopiae. 1793, 1794 and 1795
    D&H 1 - 5 (1 pound 25)
    Reference #1
    **********************
    Invernesshire
    Inverness Mackintosh, Inglis & Wilson's (1)
    No. 1 D&H 1
    Obverse: - A rose and thistle tied together by a ribbon showing a bow and flowing ends. Legend: - Inverness Halfpenny
    Reverse: - A cornucopia of flowers and fruit, and beneath it a large stone bearing the date 1793. Legend: - Concordia Et Fidelitas
    Edge: - Payable At MacKintosh Inglis & Wilson's
    Struck in a collar
    Diesinker, Kuchler; Manufacturer, Boulton
    Common
    Reference #2
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    Scotland
    Invernesshire
    Halfpennies
    1 to 5 Inverness. MacKintosh, ETC. G.T.T.
    Reference #3
    **********************
    Invernesshire
    1. O: A rose and thistle united. Inverness Halfpenny
    R: A cornucopia of flowers. Concordia Et Fidelitas. Upon a stone at the bottom the date 1793.
    E: Payable . At . MacKintosh Inglis & I Wilson's

    1a. E: Without the I before Wilson's
    1b. E: Also without the dot after Payable
    Reference #4
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    References
    #1 Seaby's Standard Catalogue of British Coins, Part 4. Coins and Tokens of Scotland Compiled By: P. Franck Purvey. B. A. Seaby LTD, 1972. Seaby's Numismatic Publicatios LTD.
    #2 Notes on Eighteenth Century Tokens by Arthur W Waters, Seaby's numismatic Publications 1954
    #3 Commercial Coins 1787 -1804 by R. C. Bell, Corbitt & Hunter LTD 1963
    #4 The Provincial Token - Coinage of the 18th Century Illustrated, By R, Dalton & S.H. Hamer 1910 - 1918, Reprint 2015, The Copper Corner
    Inverness DH-1a Note: PCGS holdered this coin in a non-typical way. The coin is opposite of normal (Obverse on label side) practice. The Rose and Thistles should probably be on the label side for consistency with the references. So please read Referenced descriptions below carefully for determining the Obverse and Reverse. ********************* iv. 18th Century Genuine Trade Tokens in Copper Inverness - Shire ST 225 Inverness Halfpenny Rose and thistle united R. Cornucopiae. 1793, 1794 and 1795 D&H 1 - 5 (1 pound 25) Reference #1 ********************** Invernesshire Inverness Mackintosh, Inglis & Wilson's (1) No. 1 D&H 1 Obverse: - A rose and thistle tied together by a ribbon showing a bow and flowing ends. Legend: - Inverness Halfpenny Reverse: - A cornucopia of flowers and fruit, and beneath it a large stone bearing the date 1793. Legend: - Concordia Et Fidelitas Edge: - Payable At MacKintosh Inglis & Wilson's Struck in a collar Diesinker, Kuchler; Manufacturer, Boulton Common Reference #2 ********************** Scotland Invernesshire Halfpennies 1 to 5 Inverness. MacKintosh, ETC. G.T.T. Reference #3 ********************** Invernesshire 1. O: A rose and thistle united. Inverness Halfpenny R: A cornucopia of flowers. Concordia Et Fidelitas. Upon a stone at the bottom the date 1793. E: Payable . At . MacKintosh Inglis & I Wilson's 1a. E: Without the I before Wilson's 1b. E: Also without the dot after Payable Reference #4 ********************** References #1 Seaby's Standard Catalogue of British Coins, Part 4. Coins and Tokens of Scotland Compiled By: P. Franck Purvey. B. A. Seaby LTD, 1972. Seaby's Numismatic Publicatios LTD. #2 Notes on Eighteenth Century Tokens by Arthur W Waters, Seaby's numismatic Publications 1954 #3 Commercial Coins 1787 -1804 by R. C. Bell, Corbitt & Hunter LTD 1963 #4 The Provincial Token - Coinage of the 18th Century Illustrated, By R, Dalton & S.H. Hamer 1910 - 1918, Reprint 2015, The Copper Corner
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  • Note: PCGS holdered this coin in a non-typical way. The coin is opposite of normal (Obverse on label side) practice. The Rose and Thistles should probably be on the label side for consistency with the references. So please read Referenced descriptions below carefully for determining the Obverse and Reverse.
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    iv. 18th Century Genuine Trade Tokens in Copper
    Inverness - Shire
    ST 225 Inverness Halfpenny
    Rose and thistle united
    R. Cornucopiae. 1793, 1794 and 1795
    D&H 1 - 5 (1 pound 25)
    Reference #1
    **********************
    Invernesshire
    Inverness Mackintosh, Inglis & Wilson's (1)
    No. 1 D&H 1
    Obverse: - A rose and thistle tied together by a ribbon showing a bow and flowing ends. Legend: - Inverness Halfpenny
    Reverse: - A cornucopia of flowers and fruit, and beneath it a large stone bearing the date 1793. Legend: - Concordia Et Fidelitas
    Edge: - Payable At MacKintosh Inglis & Wilson's
    Struck in a collar
    Diesinker, Kuchler; Manufacturer, Boulton
    Common
    Reference #2
    **********************
    Scotland
    Invernesshire
    Halfpennies
    1 to 5 Inverness. MacKintosh, ETC. G.T.T.
    Reference #3
    **********************
    Invernesshire
    1. O: A rose and thistle united. Inverness Halfpenny
    R: A cornucopia of flowers. Concordia Et Fidelitas. Upon a stone at the bottom the date 1793.
    E: Payable . At . MacKintosh Inglis & I Wilson's

    1a. E: Without the I before Wilson's
    1b. E: Also without the dot after Payable
    Reference #4
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    References
    #1 Seaby's Standard Catalogue of British Coins, Part 4. Coins and Tokens of Scotland Compiled By: P. Franck Purvey. B. A. Seaby LTD, 1972. Seaby's Numismatic Publicatios LTD.
    #2 Notes on Eighteenth Century Tokens by Arthur W Waters, Seaby's numismatic Publications 1954
    #3 Commercial Coins 1787 -1804 by R. C. Bell, Corbitt & Hunter LTD 1963
    #4 The Provincial Token - Coinage of the 18th Century Illustrated, By R, Dalton & S.H. Hamer 1910 - 1918, Reprint 2015, The Copper Corner
    Note: PCGS holdered this coin in a non-typical way. The coin is opposite of normal (Obverse on label side) practice. The Rose and Thistles should probably be on the label side for consistency with the references. So please read Referenced descriptions below carefully for determining the Obverse and Reverse. ********************* iv. 18th Century Genuine Trade Tokens in Copper Inverness - Shire ST 225 Inverness Halfpenny Rose and thistle united R. Cornucopiae. 1793, 1794 and 1795 D&H 1 - 5 (1 pound 25) Reference #1 ********************** Invernesshire Inverness Mackintosh, Inglis & Wilson's (1) No. 1 D&H 1 Obverse: - A rose and thistle tied together by a ribbon showing a bow and flowing ends. Legend: - Inverness Halfpenny Reverse: - A cornucopia of flowers and fruit, and beneath it a large stone bearing the date 1793. Legend: - Concordia Et Fidelitas Edge: - Payable At MacKintosh Inglis & Wilson's Struck in a collar Diesinker, Kuchler; Manufacturer, Boulton Common Reference #2 ********************** Scotland Invernesshire Halfpennies 1 to 5 Inverness. MacKintosh, ETC. G.T.T. Reference #3 ********************** Invernesshire 1. O: A rose and thistle united. Inverness Halfpenny R: A cornucopia of flowers. Concordia Et Fidelitas. Upon a stone at the bottom the date 1793. E: Payable . At . MacKintosh Inglis & I Wilson's 1a. E: Without the I before Wilson's 1b. E: Also without the dot after Payable Reference #4 ********************** References #1 Seaby's Standard Catalogue of British Coins, Part 4. Coins and Tokens of Scotland Compiled By: P. Franck Purvey. B. A. Seaby LTD, 1972. Seaby's Numismatic Publicatios LTD. #2 Notes on Eighteenth Century Tokens by Arthur W Waters, Seaby's numismatic Publications 1954 #3 Commercial Coins 1787 -1804 by R. C. Bell, Corbitt & Hunter LTD 1963 #4 The Provincial Token - Coinage of the 18th Century Illustrated, By R, Dalton & S.H. Hamer 1910 - 1918, Reprint 2015, The Copper Corner
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  • I plan to document the shire series from Inverness. My collection and collecting is to have a reference set to assist collectors in identifying the coins, errors and obtainable grades of the series. I will post my collection but invite others to post theirs with comments.
    I plan to document the shire series from Inverness. My collection and collecting is to have a reference set to assist collectors in identifying the coins, errors and obtainable grades of the series. I will post my collection but invite others to post theirs with comments.
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