The 12th Denticle

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  1. Yup, Pinatubo did some damage to our military bases over there
  2. I really like this coin series. I think it is exquisitely designed. Not sure if you were aware, but it is actually a US coin. The Philippines was an American overseas territory from 1898-1946. You know, now that you mention it, I’m starting to crave some spicy slow-cooked chili!
  3. That Chile volcano peso is a beauty. Here’s my 1906 coin from the Philippines with a volcano in the background.
  4. Thank you, NGC staff, for considering me in your selection. I am grateful for being selected as a winner—and pleasantly surprised! This is a first for me. I am fairly new to the Competitive Sets registry, this set being only a year and a half young. I, like some other winners, never expected to win a major registry award The set that won was my "Philippines Silver Commemoratives 1947-1999, Circulation Issue" set: https://www.ngccoin.com/registry/competitive-sets/awards/195425/ It won one of the three "Best Presented World Sets" awards. I am really proud of this set and I woul
  5. Thank you. This is a first for me. I am fairly new to the Competitive Sets registry, this set being only a year and a half young. I, like some other winners, never expected to win a major registry award . Thank you, NGC for considering me in your selection. It is truly an honor and I am humbled and grateful for being selected as a winner. The set that won was my "Philippines Silver Commemoratives 1947-1999, Circulation Issue" set: https://www.ngccoin.com/registry/competitive-sets/awards/195425/ It won one of the three "Best Presented World Sets" awards. I am really proud of this se
  6. Huge thank you for hosting this contest, ProfHaroldHill! You definitely showed the meaning of Christmas spirit! And to the big four winners, along with us consolation winners, congratulations!🏅