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Iii'I CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, Feb. 24 - Monday, Feb. 27, 2006 - 79 Submitled photo Foxy Shoreladies meet at Manor House The Foxy Shoreladies Chapter of the Red Hat Society met recently at the Manor House in the communities of Sussex East and Sussex West, which is part of the Colonial East L.P. family. The dress code for the day was a bright red hat and purple shirt or dress and the game of the day was bingo. The group represents a wide range of ages. Women under 50 can join, and their "uniform" is a pink hat with lavender dress. Once they reach the magical age of 50, they are serenaded with kazoos and clappers at their "coro- nation". The next scheduled event for the Red Hatters is a Pajama Breakfast at ]HOP and yes, they will all be dressed in their PJs. For more information about joining the local chapter, call Jean Stewart, 645-8059. Shown (back, l-r) V. Spooner, B. Kilpatrick and E. Mills. In the middle are L. Brown, V. Hayes, K. Porter and A. Smawley. In front are J. Boxer, H. Papaleo, J. Stewart, G. Ohneck and S. Papaleo. impact on WE ARE ALSO ALWAYS BUYING OLDER U.S. COINS ~ CURRENCY. FOREIGN GOLD g~ SILLIER COINS. STERLING FLAYIlVARE 8 ESTATE JEWELRY Red Hatters, or members who have embraced the Red Hatters, belong to a chapter of the Red Hat who usually meet for a lunch or Society are having a direct effect dinner celebration. on the local economy. Although sharing meals is a big Restaurants, historical areas, retail part of Red Hat socializing; other stores and novelty shops all feel events such as bus trips, fashion their touch. According to B.J. shows, one-day adventures and Young, the new Royal Queen other activities also take place Mother of the Crowned Jewels of regularly. Sussex, the Queens chapter in Young is also the queen of two Sussex County, reports there are other chapters, the Red Hot Divas 78 registered chapters in Sussex of Lewes and the Cardinal County alone and more chapters Cappers of Cherry Hill, N.J. She are forming, writes a newsletter which is dis- The Crowned Jewels include 51 tributed to her chapter members queens, each of whom oversees a that outlines all the events that are chapter with an average of 20 available monthly. Any woman members, bringing the total of interested in joining a chapter area Red Hatters to about 1,000 should call Young via email at individuals who purchase their bjy324@netzero.net or the Red red hats, purple attire and novelty Hat Society at www.redhatsoci- items from area shops. The major- ety.com for an open chapter in the ity of restaurants, said Young, area. Pre-1 (. $220.00 per oz mm P re - 1 c ) s 2 ~0~oo po~, I All coin buying prices are for undamaged, average condition. Paper Money must have no tears, holes, or ink. I Higher grades will bring higher prices. Larger quantities can bring even higher prices. I Do Not clean your coins it will imDair their value, m COIN Large Cents 1800-I 807 $2S & up Large Cents 1810-1814 $22 & up Large Cents 1816-I 857 $9.00 & up Flying Eagle Cents 1857-I 858 $8.00 & up Indian Cents 1859-I 909 S.60 &up Wheat Pennies Pre-1959 $I .25 per roll Two Cent Copper 1864-I 872 $8.00 & up. Three Cent Pieces 1865-1883 S8.00 & up Shield Nickels 1866-1883 $8.00 & up V-Nickels 1883-1912 $,50 & up Buffalo Nickels 1913-I 938 $.50 & up TYPES: Silver Wartime Nickels 1 Barber Dimes I Twenty Cent Pieces I Seated Quarters 1 Barber Quarters I Standing Quarters 1 942-1945 $.30 & up 892-1916 $.65 & up 875-1878. $50.00 & up 837-1891 510.00 & up 892-1916 $I .70 & up 916-1930 $I .50 & up Seated Dimes 1837-1891 $6.00 & up Bust Halves 1800-I 837 $25.00 & up Bust Dollars 1800-I 807 $250.00 & up Seated Dollars 1837-I 878 $I 00.0O & up Trade Dollars 1872-1878 $50.00 & up One Dollar Gold $100.00 & up$10.00 $2.50 Liberty Gold $120.00 & up$10.00 $2.S0 Indian Gold $115.00 & up$20.00 $5.00 Liberty Gold $135.00 & up$20.00 SS.00 Indian Gold $175.00 & up Liberty Gold S260.00 & up Indian Gold $335.00 & up Liberty Gold 5550.00 & up St. Gaudens $560.00 & up $1.00 $1.00 S2.00 $2.00 $5.00 CURRENCY: Silver Certificates 1928 $S.00 & up 55.00 Red Seals $6.50 & up Silver Certifieates 1935-1957 51.50 & up $10.00 Silver Certificates $I 5.00 & up Red Seal 1928 SS.00 & up 5500.00 Notes 1928-I 934 $600.00 & up Red Seals 1953-1963 $3.00 & up 1000.00 Notes 1928-1934 $I 125.00 & up Silver Certificates 56.50 & up FIRST STATE COIN SPORTS CARDS 53 GREENTEE DRIVE Serving Delmarva for over 30 years! 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