being a torch bearer in the 96 Olympic games i would value it as priceless
That would be the torch, I believe.
Answer There are actually possible several words. Olympic Torch would be Fax Olympica (fax facis facem); Olympic Flame would be Flamma Olympica (flamma flammae flammam).
If it is a replica, not much. The only value in replica currency is the materials it is made out of, for an example a silver seated liberty quarter replica would be worth no more than its silver content, regardless of what date it said on the coin because it is a replica.
A collector would want the original. Sometimes (Most) the original is worth more than the replica.
I books of 22 k gold replica stamps and i would like to know how much they are worth
Around $120 if its authentic 40.00 if its a replica
An Original? Would be thousands probably. A replica hundred or 2 probably
Probably the replica, but really, collectors are not interested in them. The gold ones have almost no real gold, such a thin layer that it would take thousands of them to get a measurable amount. And who wants a replica stamp? Collectors want the real thing, not a fake.
The person who will light the torch is Boris Johnson since he is the Mayor and he has a lot to do with the Olympics. Also after the Olympic games they are thinking about demolishing it because Spurs want it for their training stadium but also West Ham want it as well they said they would only want half of the Olympic stadium and the rest of can be used for athletics.
Considering that the real Stradivarius died in 1737, what you have is a replica. If it's in playable condition, it's worth maybe $200.
Since the first Olympic games celebrated in the modern time, the Olympic Torch has become symbol of the peace between the continents (as well as the Olympians, that share this role in our modern celebration). It would b soooo kool to run in that relay. Imagine da hype you'd feel after doing that!!
A genuine specimen would be incredibly valuable, but odds are that it's a replica. Have it authenticated.
It would cost approximately $500 million to build a replica Titanic in 2016.
Depends. Since it is a replica, it has no collector value at all. However, replicas are sometimes made in good metal and so its worth whatever the melt value of the coin is. If it was made in 90% gold like the original and had the same dimensions, it would be worth ~$1,500 in gold scrap. If it was minted in 90% silver it would be worth about ~$20 in silver scrap. If it was minted in a base metal (copper, lead, etc.) and was gold plated, it would be next to worthless and only worth a couple of bucks as a curiosity if even that.
A replica would cost about $80, Premier $125, and an authentic Dan Marino Throwback jersey would cost even more. If any of these are autographed it is worth several hundred dollars.
It is probubly worth as much as you want I would sell it for 1,250$
He would spit on it.
Not really. A little, but it does not radiate enough rays to make power. Also it would pollute the earth so much if people did this, it would not be worth it anyways.
That one's a no brainer. Human torch every time.
In 1996, a half pound silver dollar was circulated. The actual silver dollar is worth around 250 to 300 dollars, because it is around 99 percent silver. A replica of this coin is only worth the amount of silver that it is made with, which would likely be just a few dollars at most.
It depends on the shirt (t-shirt, replica jersey, authentic jersey, etc.), it's condition and who signed it.
Yes, if you mean a "torch" with a flame, such as a propane or butane torch. An electric flashlight, known as a torch in British English, would not have enough heat to set off an ordinary sprinkler.
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