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February 1, 2004

Bargain of the Day: useless cash

by Feòrag

For $1.50 (US) you can buy a penny! But we wouldn't feature just any penny, would we? No, this Cross Remembrance Coin has been damaged just for you:

The coin is an actual United States minted penny with a cross punched out of the center. On the front of the card is The Cross in my Pocket poem and on the back is a brief description of the coin and the process.(Please see photos)

Posted in Religious Tat at 20:16. Last modified on January 05 2007 at 10:55.
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1: Posted by: Red Wolf | February 2, 2004 12:02 AM

Isn't a criminal act to deface or destroy currency?

Wax lyrical

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