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    Best Jewelry of the Month Award - August 2017

    Due to the lack of Jewelry entries for the month of August the winner of Best Jewelry of the Month Award for August 2017 goes to Cheap Thrills and his 10K Gold cross pendant!

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    Congrats Cheap Thrills! Luckily, you-know-who didn't find another Pine Tree shilling that had been mounted into a necklace! LOL.
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    A huge congrats, George!!! Well deserved!!
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    [QUOTE=del;217048]Due to the lack of Jewelry entries for the month of August the winner of Best Jewelry of the Month Award for August 2017 goes to Cheap Thrills and his 10K Gold cross pendant!

    Well I'll be dipped in doo doo ,this is comparable to the Pace car winning the Indy 500 because all the participants didn't show up .

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaddyDigger View Post
    Congrats Cheap Thrills! Luckily, you-know-who didn't find another Pine Tree shilling that had been mounted into a necklace! LOL.
    Ha , Ha , now that's funny !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OxShoeDrew View Post
    A huge congrats, George!!! Well deserved!!
    Thanks Drew , this reinforces my belief that there is more gold jewelry in the ground in my area than silver coins .

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