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I have One Cent Coin Queen Victoria for 1874

I have One Cent Coin Queen Victoria for 1874

Hi My Dear, free your eyes
My God Change My Live
One Cent In My Hand, Surprise
Queen Victoria at Front Very Nice

1874, year of printed you wanna bid it
USD5,000.00 minimum price for auction hit
One month until 31th July 07 we stop it
Pleas e-mail me at se********@gmai l.com if you wanna it

Or call me at 60139060111 at every nice day
I wanna stay for your pay

(I'm wrote this mail at 1th July 2007)

Suhaimi Taib

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SMT Global Enterprise
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21080 Kuala Terengganu,
Terengganu,
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