C, QuoteI can't make head nor tail of this one! Because it is information from the edge of the coin! (and not any coin)Over and over I told one not should exclude the very low (Well conditional is more correct. Find, or at least look careful for hidden conditions before you place your "bet" Sir!) probability of falling on the edge, or even coming silver spoon up. As long as you do not mix Codex Bobiensis (k) with Codex K. you are doing fine at this (early) point in time. Codex Bobiensis (k) My favorite book (thesis) on coins isDe Nummis quibusdam ex chymico metallo factis. In these modern times even in electronic format, I prefer to read it on paper, it is in mega bookshelf. The version where it is just a chapter of that very thick book is likely the best version. A small side step, paper quality in books form 1500 to 1600 often superior to quality in todays books...(but yes there could also be a survival ship bias here). Below a treasure from 1688 (don't ask about the author, it was quite common for books to be written under pseudonyms or even as anonymous back then, at least if you had something clever to say (Persecution of Heretics (by Heretics) was common back then...):
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