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The Hunley Museum, Charleston, SC.  Dixon, the captain, carried a gold coin which his sweetheart had once given him for good luck and protection. At a battle in 1862, he was hit by a Union bullet, but it struck the gold coin, which dented but didn't break, saving him from harm. When his body was recovered, it turned out that the legend was quite true - he was still carrying that gold bullet-dented coin.

The Hunley Museum, Charleston, SC. Dixon, the captain, carried a gold coin which his sweetheart had once given him for good luck and protection. At a battle in 1862, he was hit by a Union bullet, but it struck the gold coin, which dented but didn't break, saving him from harm. When his body was recovered, it turned out that the legend was quite true - he was still carrying that gold bullet-dented coin.

Star Wars technology...XD Hahaha, I never noticed this! Probably seemed too far-fetched at the time.

Star Wars technology.

Star Wars technology...XD Hahaha, I never noticed this! Probably seemed too far-fetched at the time.

Aureo - oro - Roma (27 a.C.) - AEGYPTO CAPTA un grosso ippopotamo vs.dx. - coniato per celebrare la conquista dell'Egitto da parte di Augusto - Archeo

Aureo - oro - Roma (27 a.C.) - AEGYPTO CAPTA un grosso ippopotamo vs.dx. - coniato per celebrare la conquista dell'Egitto da parte di Augusto - Archeo

Gold stater of the Venetiabout 200-100 BC. Celtic. unknown | Northwestern Gaul, modern France | Royal Ontario Museum

Gold stater of the Venetiabout 200-100 BC. Celtic. unknown | Northwestern Gaul, modern France | Royal Ontario Museum

Gold mancus of Coenwulf  Kingdom of Mercia, England  AD 796-821    England's answer to Charlemagne?    This gold coin of Coenwulf, king of Mercia (796-821), is unique, and one of only eight gold British coins known from the period AD 700-1250.  Coenwulf was king of Mercia, East Anglia and Kent, making him ruler of most of England.

Gold mancus of Coenwulf Kingdom of Mercia, England AD 796-821 England's answer to Charlemagne? This gold coin of Coenwulf, king of Mercia (796-821), is unique, and one of only eight gold British coins known from the period AD 700-1250. Coenwulf was king of Mercia, East Anglia and Kent, making him ruler of most of England.

Islamic Cairo  - Senior Citizens tours http://www.maydoumtravel.com/egypt-classic-tours-and-travel-packages/4/1/16

Islamic Cairo - Senior Citizens tours http://www.maydoumtravel.com/egypt-classic-tours-and-travel-packages/4/1/16

HOW IS THERE SOMEONE WHO IMAGINES THE SAME THING AS ME?! HAHAHA PERFECT

HOW IS THERE SOMEONE WHO IMAGINES THE SAME THING AS ME?! HAHAHA PERFECT

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