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Tony S

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Tony S

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Two sample 2ozT Queens Beasts coins (the Falcon of the Plantagenet’s and the Yale of Beaufort) were within 15mg of each other, well within tolerance.

 

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15mg added to balance

 

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ozT (Troy ounce) is an ancient unit of mass used for precious metals.

1ozT = 1.0971 Avoirdupois ounce. To confuse matters even more 12ozT = 1lbT whereas 16oz = 1lb.

I now have to use grams so a calculator is on hand.

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roys

Looks brill Tony, 

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Sharpend

Looks real nice that Tony, although I am curious as to why so many messages in bottles behind it?? Do you not trust airmail? 

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Tony S

They’re the empties from my other hobby, Champagne.

 

It took me a while to work out that you don't serve Champagne ice cold, it ruins the nose and bouquet. Serve it about 12°c and you’ll enjoy it.

 

If you want a bottle for a special occasion or any occasion go for G H Mumm Cordon Ruge Brut.

 

Moët & Chandon Imperial Brut is like paint stripper. They do a Demi Sec which is almost drinkable.

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