Heather and Douglas

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05 December 2006

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Alan

Mom just found my similar jar o'coin, though not the oldest stuff. I do recall getting an 1863 penny out of the Largs penny falls of 1970.

Douglas

I wonder if there's a mathematical model to calculate the number of pockets an 1863 British penny has been in. Did Disraeli ever spend it?

Heather

What's a penny falls? Must be some sort of "old country" foolishness.

Alan

Papa Dobie got us a'gambling at an early age:

http://images.google.ca/images?hl=en&q=penny+falls&btnG=Search+Images

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