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    Posted 3 years ago

    fmarzec
    (8 items)

    Anybody know anything about this bottle opener??? Its about 4 1/2 inches long.......its will spin like a compass on a bottle cap.....perfectly balanced.....looks made of copper....but a magnet sticks to it.......a magnet will also spin around the coin........the coin looks like a Mercury Quarter on front and an very old coin on the back.......strange.....any information would help....

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    1. Watchsearcher Watchsearcher, 3 years ago
      Image 4 is St.George slaying a dragon.
      Image 3 is a US “Mercury” dime and the back side of the dime- - both just standard images of the dimes. But do not spend it for 10 cents; because of the silver content, Mercury dimes are worth more than the 10 cent face value.
      I don’t have any info specific to the bottle openers themselves.
      Hope this helps some.

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