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Anna Vilhauer (November 12, 1924 - September 13, 2020)

2020.09.20 21:00 portlane Anna Vilhauer (November 12, 1924 - September 13, 2020)

ANN VILHAUER
November 12, 1924 - September 13, 2020
Anna Jane Westfall was born in Parma, ID on Nov. 12, 1924 and died in Vancouver, WA on Sept. 13, 2020. She grew up on a farm in Idaho, and when the family lost the farm, they lived in a tent with a dirt floor which she swept daily. As a teenager, she played on a semi-professional women’s softball team.
She eventually made her way to Vancouver where she worked in the cannery, as a seamstress at Jantzen, as a welder in the shipyards, and as a waitress at the Castle Restaurant. In 1949, she married Ervin “Ike” Vilhauer. They had kids and created a loving home life until Ike died in 1979. After that, she became a world traveler and a hole-in-one golfer, but she missed her husband every day.
She was an excellent seamstress and made beautiful clothes for her kids, their dolls and their bears. She was an avid reader, a passion that she passed on to her kids. She loved music by Gordon Lightfoot and Marty Robbins, the drive up the Columbia River Gorge, playing cribbage and pinochle and eating blueberries.
Ann is survived by her children and their spouses, Ron, Nancy (Terry), Russell (Sue), Debra, Kim (Joe), nine grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
The date for a memorial service has not been set. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you honor Ann by voting for Joe Biden.
Please share a memory @ www.columbian.com/obits
source: http://obits.columbian.com/obituaries/columbian/obituary.aspx?n=anna-jane-vilhauer-ann&pid=196825983
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2020.09.20 15:01 portlane Daniel Brown (July 31, 1966 - September 3, 2020)

DANIEL LOREN BROWN
July 31, 1966 - September 3, 2020
Daniel Loren Brown passed away on Sept. 3, 2020, at his home in Bremerton, WA. Dan was in home hospice recuperating from cancer treatment when he passed. His mother and life partner Alan were at his bedside. Dan was born on July 31, 1966, in Vancouver, WA to mother, Judy L. Prince Brown and father, Loren D. Brown.
He attended Camas schools and graduated from Camas High School in 1984. He then attended the University of Washington. Dan was always a very good student and was active in band and choir during his high school years. He also participated in little league, soccer and wrestling. When his sister started piano lessons, he wanted to take lessons too and progressed very quickly. He played the piano and the clarinet and played the role of “Danny” in his choir production of Grease. He usually started each day by playing the piano before he went to school and it was wonderful to listen to as we all started our day. He had resumed his piano playing in recent years after receiving the gift of a piano from a family friend.
He enjoyed traveling, hiking, camping, movies, fixing things, reading, working in the yard, and playing on his IPad. His great sense of humor was a delight and he will be greatly missed by all.
Dan is survived by his life partner, Alan Authers; mother, Judy Brown; father and stepmother, Loren and Jean Brown; brother, Michael Brown; sister, Kerry Brown-Peters; and niece, Syerrah Wilson.
He was preceded in death by his cats, Capote, Orion and Peanut.
No service will be held. A private family service will be held at a later date.
Please share a memory @ www.columbian.com/obits
source: http://obits.columbian.com/obituaries/columbian/obituary.aspx?n=daniel-loren-brown&pid=196825986
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2020.09.19 15:04 portlane Judith Ploium (November 23, 1940 - September 13, 2020)

JUDITH ANN “JUDY” PLOIUM
November 23, 1940 - September 13, 2020
Judith Ann “Judy” Ploium passed away Sunday, Sept. 13, 2020 in Butte, MT. She was born in Butte on Saturday, Nov. 23, 1940 to Ralph and Estelle Richards.
She was raised and educated in Butte and her first job was a telephone operator. Judy moved to other states and finally settled down in Vancouver, WA where she was a volunteer firefighter and was referred to as “99 lbs of dynamite” for her stature. She went on to become a beautician and owned two beauty shops. Judy also managed Swannie’s Bar and Comedy Club in Seattle. She belonged to F.O.E. #2158 Eagles Lodge in Washington.
She decided to move back to Butte and worked part-time at the Hampton Inn and was a proud breast cancer survivor. Judy enjoyed painting, cooking, crocheting, playing games and Yahtzee with her sisters, Lois and LaVerne.
Judy had a positive attitude about life. She had a big heart and was very soft spoken. She loved to socialize with everyone that knew and loved her.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Ralph Richards and Estelle Guthrie; and sister, Lois Williams.
Judy is survived by her son, Ralph Ploium and daughter, Kelly (Ploium) Lawrence, both of Washington; three grandchildren, Ian, Amber and Shane, as well as three great-grandchildren. Also surviving are her sister, LaVerne; brother, Jerry (Terri) Guthrie of Deer Lodge; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Cremation has taken place. Memorial services will be conducted at a later date. Express condolences at www.wayrynen-richards.com or share a memory @ www.columbian.com/obits.
source: http://obits.columbian.com/obituaries/columbian/obituary.aspx?n=judith-ann-ploium-judy&pid=196821096
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2020.09.09 15:00 portlane Norman Carlson (March 11, 1926 - September 1, 2020)

NORMAN (SCOTTY) ALFRED CARLSON
March 11, 1926 - September 1, 2020
Norman (Scotty) Alfred Carlson, 94, passed away peacefully in his sleep at his family farm Sept. 1, 2020. He was born on March 11, 1926, in Bend, OR, to Fred and Mary Carlson.
In 1944, four days after graduating from Woodland High School, he was on a train to Texas for basic training, enlisting in the United States Army. He won numerous awards during World War II, which included the Victory Medal, Good Conduct Medal, Philippine Liberation Medal and the Bronze Star. When he returned to the States, he was stationed at Fort Lewis as a corporal, until his honorable discharge Aug. 15, 1946.
After returning from the service, he met the love of his life, Joyce Risley and started his career at Longview Fibre in 1951. Norm and Joyce married on Nov. 19, 1955 and moved to Lexington, WA where they had their son Scott in 1959.
In 1967, they moved to Woodland, WA taking over Norm’s family farm. While working at Longview Fibre, and until his retirement in 1988, he also took care of his 60-acre farm. He raised and sold an average of 14 beef cattle yearly along with selling blueberries from his blueberry fields. Norm being the hard-working, dedicated individual that he was, also managed a personal vegetable garden that provided for his family.
Retirement didn’t slow Norm down, he continued working the farm where he and Joyce would often have family and friends over. They would host yearly gatherings, some of the favorites were blueberry picking parties or when they would make apple cider from the farm’s many apple trees. The Carlson farm was a business as well as a welcoming place to go for anyone needing a friendly conversation or a helping hand. Norm continued to successfully run the farm into his 90s. The Big Red barn that Norm’s father, Fred, built is still being utilized and is currently on the state register of Historical Places.
Norm was honest, hardworking and fun. He was one of the good guys and will be missed terribly.
Norm is survived by his son, Scott; and grandson, Cody.
He was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Betty; and wife of 63 years, Joyce.
A special thanks to his hardworking personal caregiver, Dawn, and the ladies from Visiting Angels.
A celebration of Norm’s life will take place at a later date.
Please share a memory @ www.columbian.com/obits
source: http://obits.columbian.com/obituaries/columbian/obituary.aspx?n=norman-alfred-carlson-scotty&pid=196764274
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2020.09.06 15:01 portlane Edith Chapman (Edith is survived by sons, Ralph (Olivia), Walter (Sandra), Joseph (Lori - deceased); daughters, Penny (Norm) Brown and Anna (Steven) Nipper; 13 grandchildren, many great-and great-great-grandchildren.)

EDITH L. (KIT) CHAPMAN
Edith L. (Kit) Chapman passed away Aug. 31, 2020 at the age of 96. She would have been 97 on Sept. 5.
Edith was an active member of the Community of Christ church where she played the piano and organ, gave music lessons from her home of 75 years.
Instrumental in starting the pie baking booth at the Clark County Fair, Edith continued helping up to age 95.
She retired at the age of 80 from a large retirement home. Edith often remarked that she “took care of old people.” Edith loved to have people come for a visit and served homemade cookies and coffee.
She is preceded in death by her husband, Ralph Chapman in 1976 and daughter, Nancy (Mel) Koch in 2006.
Edith is survived by sons, Ralph (Olivia), Walter (Sandra), Joseph (Lori - deceased); daughters, Penny (Norm) Brown and Anna (Steven) Nipper; 13 grandchildren, many great-and great-great-grandchildren.
Memorial services will be announced at a later date.
Please share a memory @ www.columbian.com/obits
source: http://obits.columbian.com/obituaries/columbian/obituary.aspx?n=edith-l-chapman-kit&pid=196752771
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2020.08.30 21:00 portlane Warren Anderson (September 29, 1944 - August 18, 2020)

WARREN PAUL ’ANDY’ ANDERSON
September 29, 1944 - August 18, 2020
Warren Paul “Andy” Anderson passed away unexpectedly during the early morning hours of Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2020 in Vancouver, WA after several years of health struggles
Born and raised in Seattle, WA, the fourth of five siblings of Birger B. and Frank Lane Anderson, Andy joined the U.S. Air Force following his graduation from Chief Sealth High School. His training as a jet aircraft mechanic took him to duty stations in France and throughout the Southwestern United States during his four years of service. During his final military assignment at Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX, he met a college student, Carla “CiCi” Pike, on a blind date. After his discharge, Andy and CiCi were married in San Antonio on May 27, 1967. They moved to Seattle the following year to be near the extended family.
For the next 10 years, Andy was a salesman for Graybar Electric Co., and became the loving dad to Eric Carl (1972), Jeffrey Paul (1974) and Kelsy Lane (1977).
In 1978 Andy was transferred to the Graybar office in Portland, OR. A staunch Washingtonian, Andy endured the daily Portland commutes in order to live and raise his family in Vancouver. Andy was active in St. Joseph parish, coached many seasons of Little League baseball, grew an amazingly productive backyard raised-bed garden each year, rallied the family for summertime camping trips throughout the Pacific Northwest, handed on his love of books and reading, and enthusiastically attended each of the kids’ school, sporting, music and drama events.
Andy’s heart always belonged to the series of cats he owned starting with ‘Shadow’ who accompanied the move north from San Antonio and ended with ‘Snowball’ who is now spoiled by son Jeff’s family.
Golf was Andy’s individual sport of choice, and he would round up a twosome or foursome as often as possible, which often included his son Jeff. He continued to hit the links after his retirement as long as his health allowed. He avidly followed the University of Washington Huskies teams and the Seattle Seahawks but his love of Seattle Mariners baseball continued undiminished right up to the final out and his final text to CiCi the night before his death.
Andy was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Daurene Reichenberger; and brother, Birger “Bud” Anderson.
He is survived by CiCi, his wife of 53 years; son, Eric (Lisa Pusateri); son, Jeff (Sara Green-Anderson); and daughter, Kelsy (Kevin Pearson); grandchildren, Elodie Anderson, Ainsley Anderson, Nathan, Gabriel and Anna Pearson; brothers, Lyle Anderson (Alice) of Lebanon, OR and Craig Anderson (Arlene) of Marysville, WA; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins throughout WA, OR and CA.
Cremation service is being provided by Evergreen Memorial Gardens. When it is safe for friends and family to gather, a celebration of life will be planned.
For those who wish to honor Andy’s memory, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: Mariners Care On BASE, Attn: McKenzie Mitchell, 1250 First Ave. South, Seattle, WA 98134; The Humane Society for Southwest Washington, [https://southwesthumane.org/donate/more-ways-to-support-us/], or to a charity of the donor’s choice.
Please share a memory @ www.columbian.com/obits
source: http://obits.columbian.com/obituaries/columbian/obituary.aspx?n=warren-paul-anderson-andy&pid=196720394
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2020.08.23 15:04 portlane Cheryl O'Lenic (January 3, 1948 - August 1, 2020)

CHERYL GAY O’LENIC
January 3, 1948 - August 1, 2020
Cheryl Gay O’Lenic passed away on Aug. 1, 2020, in her home surrounded by family. She was born in Los Angeles, CA to hardworking North Dakota natives, Violet Berge and Loyal Ukestad.
She moved to the Pacific Northwest after attending Cal State Long Beach and marrying Rob in Redlands, CA.
Cheryl was known for having an enthusiastic and passionate personality, easily excited about life and quick to share a personal story with great detail _ especially if the memory included food!
The beach and camping were her special places. Her great joys were to help others through her work with disabled people and volunteering, her garden in which she spent much time with flowers, berries and bees, and her energetic grandsons. Her thoughtfulness and love was felt by everyone she cared for. To know her was to feel loved. She will be greatly missed.
Cheryl will be remembered always by her family and loving friends. She is survived by her daughters, Lauren and Elizabeth; their father, Rob; grandsons, Nicholas and Henry; sister, Darlene and brother-in-law, Don Cose; nephews, Dale and Greg Cose; and lifelong best friend, Linda Wilson.
A service will be planned at a later date by the family.
Please sign the guest book @ www.cascadiacremation.com or share a memory @ www.columbian.com/obits
source: http://obits.columbian.com/obituaries/columbian/obituary.aspx?n=cheryl-gay-o-lenic&pid=196686289
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2020.08.13 03:06 portlane Janet Dollar (May 19, 1944 - July 19, 2020)

JANET MARIE DOLLAR
May 19, 1944 - July 19, 2020
Janet Marie (Seal) Dollar passed away peacefully at her home in Battle Ground, WA on Sunday, July 19, 2020 surrounded by loving friends and family. She was 76 and was at peace with joining her husband, Linn ’Penny’ and son, Brian at home with God.
Janet was born in Vancouver, WA to her loving parents James and Dollie Seal. She graduated from Hudson’s Bay High School in 1962 and then attended business college.
She married Penny Dollar of Dollar’s Corner, WA in 1965 and raised two children, daughter, Virginia and son, Brian.
She worked at the Vancouver Baptist Bookstore for over 20 years as a bookkeeper and when she retired, she helped Penny in their new business adventure of raising chickens for Foster Farms in Battle Ground.
Janet and Penny were married for 43 years until his death in March 2009.
She was a member of Brush Prairie Baptist Church and was a sweet loving daughter, wife and mother who enjoyed large family meals and get-togethers, doing puzzles, the Game Show Network and home improvement shows but her most favorite was watching Hallmark Christmas movies.
Janet was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Penny; and son, Brian.
She leaves behind her daughter, Virginia Dollar of Battle Ground; two brothers, Doug (Muriel) Seal of Astoria, OR, and Ed (Karen) Seal of Vancouver; stepsister, Norma Buzzard Seal (Vince) of Falling Waters, WV, sister-in-law, Lenora Eriksson Dollar of Florence, AZ; nieces, Shannon, Jenny and Megan; nephews, Jeremy and Aaron; many cousins and numerous friends who Janet considered family.
Janet was cremated and requested no funeral service. The family plans a graveside service at a later date.
The family wants to especially thank PeaceHealth Hospice Southwest Medical Center for the exceptional care given to Janet.
Please share a memory @ www.columbian.com/obits
source: http://obits.columbian.com/obituaries/columbian/obituary.aspx?n=janet-marie-dollar&pid=196581590
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2020.08.12 21:10 portlane Enoch Molyneux (? - ?)

ENOCH THOMAS MOLYNEUX, 73, went to be with Jesus on May 23, 2020 in Yuma, AZ. He was born Dec. 30, 1946 in Spokane, WA,
He served in the Navy and tutored at Clark College. His greatest love was serving his Lord Jesus. Loving and praying for people with his healing ministry. He was a member of Gila Mountain Methodist Church in Yuma.
His hobbies included photography and looking for rattlesnakes. He also maintained a clean and sober lifestyle and recently celebrated 36 years of sobriety. Tom would not want us to be sad but be happy as he is now with Jesus ... God loves you and so do I.
Tom was a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend. He is survived by his wife, Susan; daughter, Tami Molyneux Stark; sister, Lola Vaughn; brother, Steve (Joanne) Molyneux; grandchildren, Tyler, Christopher, Josh & Alexis; uncle, Lawrence Molyneux; numerous nieces & nephews and lots of cousins.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Tom & Veone Molyneux; son, Perry; brother, Mike; brother-in-law, Bill Vaughn; a niece and great-nephew.
A memorial will be held on Aug. 15, 2 p.m. at Lola’s home, 13112 NE 39th Ave., Vancouver.
Graveside services will be held at Northwood Park Cemetery at a future date.
Please share a memory @ www.columbian.com/obits
source: http://obits.columbian.com/obituaries/columbian/obituary.aspx?n=enoch-thomas-molyneux&pid=196614071
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2020.07.26 21:06 portlane George Wiebold (February 11, 1922 - July 21, 2020)

GEORGE H. WIEBOLD
February 11, 1922 - July 21, 2020
George H. Wiebold was born February 11th, 1922 to Harry and Wilma Wiebold in Hillsboro, OR. The family moved to Vancouver, WA a few years later. George attended Washington and Shumway schools.
He worked in Harry’s auto repair shop and the ship yards.
He was drafted in 1942 and stationed at Camp Polk, LA where he met Doris Boone. They were married September 15th, 1945 and George was discharged from the Army in 1946.
They returned to Vancouver and bought a home in the Barberton area, having a repair shop, tractor rentals, Oliver tractor dealership and finally, Wiebold & Sons Logging.
George was a true “self-made” man: skilled mechanic, equipment operator and timber faller who was quick to lend a helping hand to anyone who needed it.
George is survived by his wife, Doris, of 74 years; sons, Harry (Sue) and George; grandchildren, Kyle (Jessica), Jackie (Matthew), Megan (Collin) and Donny (Nicki); and three great-grandchildren, Magda and twins, George and Gracie.
George was a life long member of St. John Lutheran Church and was instrumental in the construction of the church building.
Memorial gifts may be made to the church. He was also a member of the Farm Forestry Association for many years.
There will be a private graveside service for family only due to pandemic restrictions with Pastor Brian Larson officiating. A celebration of George’s life will follow at a later date.
Please share a memory @ www.columbian.com/obits
source: http://obits.columbian.com/obituaries/columbian/obituary.aspx?n=george-h-wiebold&pid=196548631
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2020.07.26 21:04 portlane Douglas Rugh (March 11, 1941 - July 17, 2020)

DOUGLAS GLENN RUGH
March 11, 1941 - July 17, 2020
Douglas Glenn Rugh, 79, of Vancouver, Washington, died Friday, July 17, 2020 in his home. He was born March 11, 1941 to Glenn Ulmer and Helen Matilda (Mueller) Rugh on the west side of Chicago, Cook, Illinois.
He joined the Air force in 1961 and served in Ground Radar Electronic Maintenance for 8 years.
On March 16, 1963 he was baptized a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, serving in many capacities throughout his life. He loved to sing and sang in many church choirs. He had a passion for genealogy devoting many hours through the years in service to this cause.
Doug found his calling working for the church as a maintenance engineer for 25 years, he also worked as a school bus driver and managed a courier office.
On May 16, 1964, Doug married his sweetheart and eternal companion, Bonnie Pearl Huff. They were blessed with 10 children and 25 grandchildren in their 56 years together.
Doug is survived by his wife, Bonnie; children, Carolyn (Bill) Dykstra, Trevor Rugh, Jonathan (Lorri) Rugh, Stanley Rugh, Robert (Sarah) Rugh, Michelle (Will) Carter, Patricia (Jared) Cheney, Anthony (Jaime) Rugh, Kimberly Rugh, Victoria (Blair) Denison; 25 grandchildren; many others who felt like he was their adopted father; and his siblings, Donna (Chuck) Toothman, Sally Kessel and Bonnie (Allen) Cumberland.
He was prceded in death by his parents, brother, Clifford and his wife Nancy.
Doug loved many and his laughter and presence will be greatly missed.
A memorial will be held at a future date once it is safe for everyone to attend. At which time, Doug will be laid to rest at Willamette National Cemetery in Portland, Oregon.
Please sign his guest book @ www.columbian.com/obits
source: http://obits.columbian.com/obituaries/columbian/obituary.aspx?n=douglas-glenn-rugh&pid=196548629
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2020.07.26 21:03 portlane Bill Oman (March 29, 1943 - June 20, 2020)

BILL OMAN
March 29, 1943 - June 20, 2020
On Saturday, June 20, 2020, Bill Oman, loving husband and father, passed away at age 77.
Bill was born on March 29, 1943 in Forest Grove, Oregon to Emerson and Mary (Mead) Oman. He graduated from Moses Lake High School and attended a year at Brigham Young University before joining the United States Marine Corps from 1966 to 1969. Bill excelled in the Marine Corps, where he received a Rifle Expert Badge, Pistol Expert Badge, as well as a Good Conduct Medal and National Defense Services Medal.
Bill met Tita Suzara on the Fourth of July, 1965. She was attending nursing school at the University of Southern California. After dating for one weekend, Bill received a 30-day leave and they drove to Las Vegas, Nevada, where they got married at the Clark County Courthouse. This would be the beginning of an incredible journey and partnership that lasted nearly 55 years.
Bill joined his father in Tri Cities, Washington and opened up an insurance agency with State Farm in 1976, before relocating to Vancouver in 1980. His State Farm office became a successful family venture as his wife, Tita, ran the office and his children all spent time at some point working in the family business. He was able to retire early after two decades of selling insurance.
Bill enjoyed woodworking, spending time with his family at big get togethers, traveling, and pushing the buttons on his favorite Keno machines at Chinook Winds Casino. He was known for his quick wit, infectious laugh, and ability to talk to anyone about anything. At family get togethers, you could always count on hearing his voice get louder and louder to rise above the rest, which is an Oman trait. He would then come over the top with a hilarious take or, at least, drop a, “Can I tell you something?”
Bill was preceded in death by his father, Emerson; mother, Mary; and son-in-law, Loren.
He is survived by his wife, Tita; his four children, Mylene, Carl, Bill, and Randy; his brother, Kent; his two sisters, Carlene and Sandra; his grandchildren, Tiana, Emily, Kyle, Jared, Mattea, Harrison, Tommy, Joe, DJ, Hannah, Ava, and William; and several cousins, nieces, and nephews.
A military funeral service will be held on July 31st, 2020, at Willamette National Cemetery.
Please sign his guest book @ www.columbian.com/obits
source: http://obits.columbian.com/obituaries/columbian/obituary.aspx?n=bill-oman&pid=196548627
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2020.07.24 16:36 log87186 [WTS] Large amounts of Love tokens, A few vintage hobo nickels, price drops on so called dollars, some new foreign, some half sovereigns. Lots of goodies for everyone!

I ship from west coast starting from $4 for a padded envelope, additional for insurance/weight depending. I accept either forms of PayPal (add 3% for goods and services) and zelle.
Verification https://imgur.com/a/FNwBcrx
Foreign https://imgur.com/a/ZOEMJnp

1933 Hong Kong cent NGC MS65 RD $70 shipped
1805 Mo TH Spanish 8 reales $75 SOLD

1942 S fiji sixpence $10

1933 India quarter anna $5

1937 proof 1/2 sovereign (haze and a few hairlines, also a copper spot major line is a die line) $800

1900 1/2 sovereign $255

1849 1/2 sovereign $265

Copper nickel crown lot $5

1/2 oz gold maple leaf 4% over spot at time of PM (is circulated)

1998 Falkland islands 2 pound coin .1438 AGW $300


Paper https://imgur.com/a/zMZaeOB

1864 series 1 $20 confederate $25 (minor tear bottom) SOLD

1864 series 1 $10 confederate $30 (minor tears top) SOLD

1907 San Francisco Clearing House obsolete notes $30 for the pair SOLD

1934 Funnyback $8 SOLD

1929 Columbus ohio national currency 5 dollar note $45

25 cent Fractional SOLD

BEAT fractional SOLD

1870 Canada 25 cent fractional $30

1874 25 cent fractional $50

1863 10 cent fractional $40

1898 Dominion of Canada large sized note $60

USA https://imgur.com/a/tLyFzy8

1931 S lincoln cent $85

1930 D lincoln cent (purple toning gorgeous coin) $30

1914 S lincoln cent $60

1910 lincoln cent $30

1909 s lincoln cent $150

1909 vdb lincoln cent (some carbon) $20

1909 S indian head cent $300

1923 S Monroe commem half $40

1925 S stone mountain commem half $20 (cleaned) SOLD

1861 3 cent silver $100

1868 3 cent copper nickel $60

1875 S 20 cent piece (old cleaning) $60

1875 S 20 cent piece (old cleaning) $40 SOLD

1953 S Lincoln cent NGC MS 66 Red $15

1970 S large date lincoln cent pf 65 cameo anacs $10

1917 Type 1 Standing liberty quarter $55

1892 Columbian half $20 SOLD

1898 Morgan silver dollar BU $60

1898 Morgan silver dollar toned BU (small spot bellow arrow points) $50


Tokens medals so called dollars and hobo nickels https://imgur.com/a/e35bJnd

1898 HK-283 So called dollar Trans-Mississippi expo $45

1915 HK-400 So called dollar Pan Pac Expo $75

1915 HK-406 So called dollar Louisiana building Panama Pacific expo (nicely toned) $70

1915 H-427 So called dollar San diego-Pan pac expo Uncle Sam Bronze $ (one spot by opened) $60
1909 Hk-353 So called dollar Yukon pacific expo silver $90

1909 HK-362 Yukon Pacific Gilded brass $200

1833 dated (1860's) Andrew Jackson 2nd term inaugural silver medal (gorgeous blue toning) $170

1891 HK-759 So called dollar Grant Monument white metal $150

1886 White metal Presentation medal for Statue of liberty $70

1925 Norse American Centennial Medal (no ribbon) $10 PENDING

1877 S Potty dollar $200

seated Potty Quarter $200 (extreme detail)

1913 S type 1 Hobo nickel $200

1924 Hobo nickel $200

1936 Hobo nickel (signed FL) $200

2 1/2 gold piece love token $250 SOLD

4x dime love tokens $15 ea ($50 for lot)

3x quarter love token $20 ea (get all 3 for $50)

Nicer quarter love token $25 SOLD
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2020.07.20 03:01 portlane Jean Wilkie (November 16, 1921 - July 7, 2020)

JEAN CLARKSON WILKIE
November 16, 1921 - July 7, 2020
Jean Clarkson Wilkie was born in Baillieston, Scotland on November 16, 1921. She was the 6th of 9 children born to Joseph and Jeanne Clarkson.
Jean loved to dance and would go down to the village as often as she could sneak away to go to the dances with her friends. There she met the love of her life, Jimmy Wilkie. They were married on December 18, 1942 and emigrated to America in 1952. They settled in Renton, WA and had two children, Barbara and Alan. They moved to Buckley, WA in 1993 to be next to their daughter, son-in-law and grandkids. Again, they followed Barbara and Bill down to Vancouver, WA in 2002 and settled in Fairway Village. They loved their new community and Jean loved working in her garden. She loved all kinds of flowers and her fabulous blueberries.
Family meant everything to her and Jimmy. She was blessed to be with Jimmy until 2011. They went for daily walks and enjoyed gatherings with family and friends. Jean was able to stay in her home until she turned 97. She had awesome neighbors that checked up on her and her daughter, son-in-law and grandkids were very close by. She moved to VanMall Retirement Community in July of 2019 and lived independently until April of 2020.
We would like to thank the hospice nurses and the fabulous CNA’s at Van Mall for all their loving hearts and care.
Jean is survived by her daughter, Barbara and son-in-law, Bill Collins; son, Alan and daughter-in-law, Rachel Wilkie; granddaughter, Jeannie and her husband, Seth Garon; great-grandsons, Elijah and Jacob Garon; grandson, Derek Collins; and sister-in-law, Margaret Wilkie.
There will be a service at a later date due to the current circumstances related to the Covid virus.
Please sign her guest book @ www.columbian.com/obits
source: http://obits.columbian.com/obituaries/columbian/obituary.aspx?n=jean-wilkie&pid=196515990
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2020.07.19 22:01 autotldr Record Fentanyl Drug Deaths in British Columbia - "For the second month in a row, this province has experienced the highest number of deaths ever"

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VICTORIA - The BC Coroners Service has published updated reports on illicit drug toxicity deaths and fentanyl-detected drug deaths for the first six months of 2020, with 175 illicit drug toxicity deaths reported in June.
"We know the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted people who use drugs, as it has all British Columbians. Access to key harm reduction services has been a challenge and our social networks are smaller."
The illicit drug toxicity death total for June surpasses the previous highs of 171, reported in May 2020, and 161 reported in December 2016.
B.C. has recorded four consecutive months with over 100 illicit drug toxicity deaths.
"Today's report clearly shows us that the tragedy of overdose deaths from the toxic street drug supply in B.C. continues to escalate. While much effort has been made to reduce harm, remove the stigma and provide the care that people living with addiction need, the impacts of the pandemic have made the situation dire for too many," said Dr. Bonnie Henry, provincial health officer.
There have been 728 illicit drug deaths to date in 2020 in B.C., and the number of deaths in each health authority is at or near the highest monthly totals ever recorded.
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2020.07.19 15:01 portlane Lee Basnett (1940 - 2020)

LEE GRANT BASNETT
1940 - 2020
Lee Basnett passed away at 79 on July 10, 2020 in Vancouver, WA.
Lee was a Sgt. Major when he retired from the Army, after serving our country for 30 years; twenty in the medical field, and educating nursing students in Tacoma. Lee’s military service included 6 years in Hawaii and 16 years out of country in Vietnam and Germany.
After his military retirement, Lee continued in the nursing field, working 10 years at the Washington State Hospital in Steilacoom.
Lee loved fishing, hunting, RVing and his art, creating all types of projects. He loved life (and pranks) with family and friends.
Lee is survived by his loving wife, Mary; and two of his four children, Jerry Basnett and Cheryl Conway; 9 grandchildren; and 8 great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by two of his children, Carla Basnett and Terry Basnett; and one grandchild, Austin Holteen.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, a Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.
Please sign his guest book @ www.columbian.com/obits
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2020.07.08 00:47 AccomplishedDrummer1 SEAS Update

Dear SEAS Undergraduates,
I hope you have each been keeping well over these past few months during this unprecedented time in our world. Whether you are a returning student or a new student, I also hope that you have had the opportunity to connect with Columbia and be engaged in some of the virtual programming we have launched here at SEAS this summer. These offerings were developed to keep our community connected, including our new students, while remote. Please note that a next round of Design Challenges will begin soon with three new challenges, so please check these out.
I know how challenging this time has been and how the nature of the upcoming academic year imposes additional uncertainties. Please be assured that you are each very much on our minds, in our hearts, and a focus of our planning and priorities as we prepare for the upcoming academic year, monitor public health conditions, and manage the appropriate ramping up of on-campus activities. I appreciate your patience during this period of uncertainty.
President Bollinger recently outlined further details regarding the University plans and protocols for the new academic year in this time of COVID-19. Across SEAS, we have been in very active planning and preparation mode to ready and relaunch our on-campus research and educational efforts. Here, I provide further updates regarding the academic year, including the calendar, the curriculum, the opportunities for on-campus and remote living and learning, as well as protocols we are following to ensure your health and safety.
Academic Calendar and Curriculum Structure. As announced earlier this summer, the undergraduate degree programs are being adapted to take advantage of the announced three-term format: Fall/Spring/Summer (A and B) to offer new flexibility in individual schedules. Please note that you may enroll in a full course schedule during the fall and spring; the expanded calendar offers additional flexibility to spread your courses over the three terms and/or take additional courses over the arc of three terms.
*Each SEAS department will be offering courses across Fall/Spring/Summer A to enable flexibility for all majors to take advantage of the expanded academic calendar. Indeed, every major will add classes to Summer A while also providing course offerings during Fall and Spring. Furthermore, Summer B will offer a selection of SEAS courses of broad interest.
*Students who reside on campus are required to take a full course load. Whether on campus or remote, we expect that all students will take a minimum of 12 credits in the Fall and 12 credits in the Spring (satisfying full-time status requirements) which will enable you to stay on track for completion of your degree requirements.
*As indicated earlier, we will be offering a rich set of offerings in Summer A for every major and we encourage students to consider taking two immersive seven-week courses in the Summer A period—whether on campus or remote. Hence, the three-term alternative offers the advantage of spreading courses out over three terms.
*Students may choose to complete normal schedules over the Fall and Spring, and either leave the Summer free for other opportunities or use the Summer to expand their course portfolio.
*If interested, students may choose to enroll in as many as 40 credits over Fall/Spring/Summer (A and B), perhaps using the expanded academic calendar to consider pursuing a minor or other interest.
*We do anticipate that many seniors will desire to complete their degree requirements by the end of Spring term and course offerings will be provided to enable that possibility.
*We note that many students will be considering summer internships, research or field work. For this reason, Summer A completes by June 18 which enables a full July and August summer internship, field, or research opportunity.
*Students will be notified of course registration periods later in July.
Calendar Dates:
· Fall: September 8 – December 23 · Fall B: October 26 –December 23 for select upper level and graduate courses · Spring: January 11 – April 26 · Summer A: May 3 – June 18 · Summer B: June 28 – August 16
In-person and online classes and labs. For students on campus, with mandatory public health protocols in place, we are pleased that the classroom capacity will provide opportunities for most class gatherings of 50 persons or fewer to be in person. Physical spaces are being reconfigured and adapted to abide by important public health social distancing mandates and other requirements (including traffic flow in surrounding areas). Note that all SEAS classes will be able to accommodate students in a fully remote mode, even classes that can meet in person.
Courses will have the opportunity to be taught in a “HyFlex” format to take advantage of in-person instruction with the expectation that some proportion of students will be learning off-campus and some will be remote online. The HyFlex model allows for smaller groups of students to rotate joining class in person, while other classmates join remotely. Classrooms are being further enhanced with HyFlex technology that incorporates new video and audio technologies to enable simultaneous in-person and remote attendance and engagement. In addition to this synchronous remote mode, we will also offer asynchronous attendance of lectures to accommodate students in different time zones or other challenges. While large lectures will necessarily be in remote or HyFlex mode, recitations and office hours will provide opportunities for in-person engagements.
Laboratory-based classes and projects require additional attention. We are preparing to offer laboratory classes in person where possible—adapting the teaching labs to meet social distancing and other public health mandates—and offering multiple sections for some lab courses if needed. We are also developing ways to accommodate students in remote mode, including development and deployment of experiment kits for some classes.
Tuition and Financial Aid. Students who enroll for the academic year must enroll in a minimum of 12 credits in the Fall and in the Spring. This constitutes full-time status and will also ensure successful progression towards completion of your degree requirements. Fall and Spring will have the normal tuition structure. Furthermore, for those undergraduate students enrolled full time in both Fall and Spring, your Summer (A and B) courses will not incur tuition—students may enroll in up to 40 credits over the Fall/Spring/Summer (A and B) terms. Student financial aid packages will accommodate enrollment in courses over this expanded three term calendar. This expanded three-term structure then gives students flexibility to either spread their full set of courses over three terms and/or to pursue additional courses towards a minor and explore wider interests across the academic year.
Public Health Requirements. The university has established and is mandating a set of public health protocols that all faculty, students, and staff must follow in the interest of the health and safety of the entire community (see the full set of University guidelines) covering:
· SARS-CoV-2 Diagnostic Testing · On-Line Return to Campus Training Module · Daily Symptom Checking · Subsequent Sample Testing · Face Coverings · Physical Distancing · Hand Washing and Sanitizers · Expanded Cleaning Services and Practices in all spaces
These protocols are mandatory and will be updated regularly following any new updates in conditions and best practices. The University will also introduce the Columbia Community Health Compact, a compact for all Columbians to agree to abide by the public health protocols as part of our culture and in the interest of the health and safety of everyone.
Undergraduates and On-Campus Residence
As President Bollinger has indicated, there are many intricate aspects surrounding undergraduate students in residence to be accounted for while meeting public health measures for the safety of our students and overall community. Please note that the University guidelines for public health and the Columbia Community Health Compact apply to residential life in addition to applying to academic life. These conditions, of course, impact many aspects of undergraduate life and many co-curricular activities.
We are heartened that Columbia is able to accommodate 60% of SEAS and College students in on-campus housing with single occupancy rooms for this coming Fall term, provided New York guidance and conditions permit such residence. We understand that 60% occupancy necessarily means that we will not be able to welcome all students to be in residence for the entire year.
· The Fall term partial capacity will welcome first-year students and sophomores as well as those new to campus, including entering 3-2 students and transfer students who elected on-campus housing. · For Fall term, we will also consider students with special circumstances for on-campus housing including: Students who lack safe and necessary conditions for learning in their home environment. Students who are pursuing advanced academic projects that require access to materials and spaces found only on campus. International students who have visa and travel concerns. Students with an existing accommodation with Columbia Health and/or students who have discussed personal circumstances with a provider in Columbia Health. · Spring term will welcome juniors and seniors to be in residence. We hope to provide full occupancy for Spring term, but we acknowledge this great uncertainty. Therefore, a rotation of students may be needed to enable juniors and seniors to be on campus in the Spring. · Furthermore, we are excited by the potential to offer a significant undergraduate residence experience during Summer 2021 with an expanded set of curriculum offerings and time on campus during the summer (whether for Summer A or both Summer A&B). · Based on guidance from the Student and Exchange Visitor Program of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, we will welcome all international students during both the Fall and Spring terms. · A housing questionnaire will follow in the next day for all new and continuing students to complete to confirm or update your interest in living on campus.
Student Life. Programs, activities, and services across undergraduate student life will continue, however, they will look different than in previous years. Opportunities will be offered to connect virtually, whether you are on or off-campus, with creative new programs under development. In person programs, activities and services will be adjusted for physical distancing and adjusted room capacities. For our new students, you will soon be receiving information about the virtual offering of our New Student Orientation Program (NSOP) as we begin to welcome you to Columbia!
Co-curricular research and innovation projects are signature elements of the Columbia Experience. We will continue to provide research experiences for undergraduates; many students have been engaged in virtual experiences this summer and we anticipate enabling in-person experiences as we come back to campus. We will also be offering a set of Design Challenges, as well as small projects and research experiences that focus on the intersection of engineering and applied science with the pressing issues of our time—from Pandemics to Climate Change to Social Justice. Our Summer Design Challenges offered a preliminary set of such grand challenges and have had the active engagement of hundreds of students together with faculty, reflecting our School spirit of Engineering for Humanity. We are also excited to have the Office of Undergraduate Global Engagement introduce the Columbia Global Collaboratory to further engage undergraduates across Columbia in complex global issues.
We appreciate your understanding and patience during this uncertain time as we try to best meet the needs and interests of all students while having your health and safety as a priority.
In Closing
We share in your excitement and eagerness to be back at Columbia and must temper this with the need for health and safety. We recognize that our protocols for the upcoming year will result in a different campus experience for all, yet one that also shapes us all. Despite these challenges, I continue to be inspired by the resilient, adaptive, positive and innovative intellectual community that is Columbia—the dedication and persistence of our faculty and staff in planning and preparing for the upcoming academic year has been remarkable.
We look forward to coming together as a community—both in-person and remotely—and to offering all of you a robust and exciting set of courses and programming in the fall.
Please look out for additional information in the coming weeks and months. In the meantime, our newest Summer Design Challenges are ramping up this week and we are planning a series of online short courses for later this summer!
Sincerely,
Mary C. Boyce Dean of Engineering Morris A. and Alma Schapiro Professor
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2020.07.05 15:01 portlane Helen Erickson (July 2, 1931 - June 22, 2020)

HELEN ERICKSON
July 2, 1931 - June 22, 2020
Helen Erickson was born in Ridgefield, WA on July 2nd, 1931 to Sam and Helen Zimmerly. She was the second to the oldest of ten children. Helen graduated from Ridgefield High School in 1949 and attended two years at Cascade College in Portland.
She married Vinton Erickson from the Lake Shore/Felida area of Vancouver in 1953 and they had 5 children that were raised on the family farm.
Besides the farm which took a great deal of her time, in her earlier years she taught children’s choir at their church, sang in choir and trio. She took her 5 children to piano lessons, swim lessons, OMSI classes, & 4-H. Helen was also on a reading committee with the schools, and passed on her love of reading to her children.
She was a bit of a maverick acquiring her pilot’s license in the mid 60’s and also took computer classes which she used for setting up the pay system for the farm.
Who of you still have your stick-pin buttons that she passed out to top pickers in the strawberry or cucumber fields? Or perhaps remember the end of strawberry season picnics at Lewisville Park? The twelve ‘Erickson Farms blue’ school buses went on their regular routes to pick up the kids who finished the strawberry season, only this time for a picnic, prizes & talent show.
She opened ‘Erickson Farm market’ in 1989-2006 which generations of the family were able to work together.
Helen and Vinton took many trips around the U.S., Europe and New Zealand. One of her favorites was visiting the Zimmerly family farm in Switzerland.
Helen started many family traditions, one of which was a large Christmas display that started in the early 1960’s which included colored lights, a manger scene and luminarias, after visiting Vinton’s sister that lived in New Mexico.
Another tradition was taking her grandchildren to the Clark County Fair, one that still would have continued in her memory this year with grandkids & great-grandkids.
Helen lived on the farm property until she couldn’t live on her own anymore and then lived the last 5 years with her youngest daughter Angie and her husband, Bob. She passed soon after listening to Andrea Bocelli singing, ‘Amazing Grace’, on June 22, 2020 with family at her side, from a long battle with congestive heart failure. We will miss her cheerful attitude, her love of music, family, and her curiosity.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Vinton who passed away in 2013.
She is survived by her daughters, Wendy (Mike) Stack, Debbie (Andy) Warner, Angie (Bob) Combs; and 2 sons, Doug (Vickie) Erickson and Matt (Pam) Erickson; also 8 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren, 4 sisters, 1 brother & many others.
Because of the restrictions yet for large gatherings, there will be a small family service at a later date.
Please sign her guest book @ www.Columbian.com/obits
source: http://obits.columbian.com/obituaries/columbian/obituary.aspx?n=helen-erickson&pid=196448964
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2020.07.05 15:00 portlane Deena Dyke (April 19, 1955 - June 20, 2020)

DEENA J. (CHADDERTON) VAN DYKE
April 19, 1955 - June 20, 2020
Deena J. (Chadderton) Van Dyke, age 65, passed away peacefully with her daughters by her side, June 20, 2020. She was born April 19, 1955 in Longview, Washington to Charles and Ettanell Chadderton. Deena was raised in Rose Valley and graduated from Kelso High School in 1973. For many years Deena lived on the banks of the Columbia River outside of Woodland. While Deena loved to travel and experience all the splendors this world has to offer, she never strayed far for long from the beauty and rich soil of her Columbia River view.
Deena loved to be near the water, watching the sunset with her family and trying to land the catch of the day; “fish on”. And, when she was not relishing in the beauty of God’s paintings, she was exercising her ever-present green thumb in her gardens. Deena had a skill for making beauty blossom all around her, as evidenced by her gorgeous gardens and beautiful daughters.
Deena is survived by her husband, Dr. Jack Van Dyke; father, Charles, longtime resident of Rose Valley; sister, Julie Puckett (Mike) of Seabeck, WA; her two daughters and their husbands, Summer and TJ Koons, living abroad in Saudi Arabia, and Sally and Craig Niebuhr of Woodland; two grandchildren, Jenevieve Niebuhr and Charles (CJ) Koons; and two children by marriage, Colin and Marissa Van Dyke.
She was preceded in death by her mother.
A Gardener’s Prayer reads:
“Thank you God for the Sun and Showers;
Thank you for each lovely flower;
Thank you for each stately tree;
Through all of these, you speak to me.”
Thank you God, for your beautiful flower, Deena. Our daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. Through her, you spoke to us Dear Lord. Now, Heavenly Father, welcome your beautiful flower home, to lie in green pastures and beside still waters.
A private service at her favorite shoreline will be scheduled for a future date.
Please sign her guest book @ www.columbian.com/obits
source: http://obits.columbian.com/obituaries/columbian/obituary.aspx?n=deena-j-van-dyke&pid=196448960
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2020.06.28 15:00 portlane Jeremy Kanooth (August 9, 1976 - June 16, 2020)

JEREMY MARTIN KANOOTH
August 9, 1976 - June 16, 2020
Jeremy Martin Kanooth passed away on June 16, 2020, at the age of 43 years. He was born August 9, 1976, in Vancouver, Clark, WA, to Paul (Tom) and Jeannie Kanooth. Jeremy lived the majority of his life in Clark County. Jeremy graduated from Washougal High School in 1994 and graduated with honors in the top ten of his class. He went on to receive his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at Washington State University at Salmon Creek in 2000.
He was employed by the City of Vancouver for 11 years and by Clark County for 6 years.
Jeremy attained his Eagle Scout in 1994 and served a two-year mission in Pittsburgh, PA for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
On June 20, 1998, Jeremy married Andrea White in the Portland Oregon Temple and resided in Brush Prairie, WA, with his wife and two daughters at the time of his death.
He enjoyed hunting, being with family and friends and traveling with family.
Jeremy is survived by his parents, Paul (Tom) and Jeanne Kanooth; wife, Andrea and two daughters, Alexandra (Ally) and Kaitlyn Kanooth of Brush Prairie; sisters, Lairen Kanooth of Washougal, Kierstin (Wes) Mulligan of Lincoln, CA and Becky (Steve) Brooks of Nampa, Idaho; brothers, Aaron (Katie) Kanooth of La Center, WA and Leif (Rachel) Kanooth of Clarkston, WA; and 25 nieces and nephews.
Jeremy was laid to rest in the Washougal Memorial Cemetery on Friday, June 26th. A memorial service will be announced at a later date.
Please sign his guest book @ www.columbian.com/obits
source: http://obits.columbian.com/obituaries/columbian/obituary.aspx?n=jeremy-martin-kanooth&pid=196415023
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2020.06.26 22:56 seekknowledge Offering P. cubensis microscopy spore syringes and gourmet/medical mushroom liquid cultures! Free mystery spore syringe with any order while supplies last!

SporeGeeks!!

I am excited to give away a free spore syringe with any order. The strain will be a mystery until you receive your package. The strain will be listed on the syringe. It is also currently not listed for sale! I cannot ship this free gift to California, Georgia or Idaho.
To get your free syringe, simply order any of our great products!
Please read entire post for details how to order and restrictions.
We offer high quality mushroom spores suspended in a sterile solution, and high quality live mushroom mycelium liquid cultures. Produced in a sterile lab, our products are guaranteed to be contaminate free. We use only the highest quality syringes and needles. Syringes are capped to prevent contamination. Alcohol wipes and sterile 18ga needle are included.
We offer a product that is just as good if not better than any big name website vendor. We have been selling spores on reddit for over 5 years

Prices for all syringes! All syringes are 12ml. Pick from any P. cubensis strain or gourmet/medicinal liquid culture
1 syringe for $10
3 syringes for $25
5 for $40
10 for $70
$7.50 each additional syringe

Psilocybe cubensis microscopy spore syringes.
  1. AA+ - Albino A+ is a unique leucistic mutation of the A-Strain.
  2. Acaidian Coast - Original genetics from Florida.
  3. AJAX - I received the original print from a friend in Jacksonville Florida. He found the light colored cube near Jacksonville and gave out of few prints. I personally liked this strain very much and found it easy to work with.
  4. Alacabenzi - Cross between Alabama and Mexican Cabenzi strains. Easy to work with.
  5. Amazon - From the Amazon rain forest. A great strain for any collection.
  6. B+ - The B stands for Big! A great beginner strain. Origins of this strain are unknown
  7. Blue Meanie - This name is most commonly known as a Panaeolus cyanescens, this is a Psilocybe cubensis strain given the same name which often creates confusion.
  8. Burma - Original genetics from Yangoon, Myanmar (Burma)
  9. Cambodian - Original genetics found by John Allen in Cambodia
  10. Creeper - Unknown Origins
  11. Cuba - Original genetics from Cuba
  12. Dakak Beach(sold out) - Original genetics from the Philippines
  13. Ecuador - Good beginner strain found at 10,000 ft altitude in the mountains of Ecuador
  14. Fiji - Original genetics from the south Pacific island of Fiji
  15. Golden Teacher - Great beginner strain, #1 top seller. Unknown Origins
  16. Golden Halo - Unique strain with red to golden spores
  17. Great White Monster -
  18. KSSS - Koh Samui Super Strain, mutated genetics from the original Koh Samui strain found in Thailand by John Allen
  19. Rusty White - Unique strain genetics, rust colored spores and leucistic
  20. Malabar - Original genetics from India
  21. Martinique - Original genetics from the Caribbean island of Martinique
  22. Matías Romero - Original genetics from Mexico
  23. Mazatapec - Original genetics from Mazatapec, Mexico
  24. Mexi-Cube - Original genetics from Mexico
  25. Peace River
  26. PESA - Controversial origins. Originally sold as a hybrid strain. The strain does have extraordinary genetics but is highly unlikely to be a true hybrid
  27. PF Classic - A unique strain from the creator of the PF Tek, Psilocybe Fanaticus
  28. Purple Mystic - Original genetics from Florida
  29. Redboy - Unique strain with red spores, Unknown origins
  30. Shooting Stars(sold out) - A unique mushroom originally sold as a hybrid. While it does have very unique genetics it has yet to be proven to be a true hybrid.
  31. Stopharia - PF's Stropharia strain.
  32. Rotan - Original genetics from the island of Rotan, Honduras
  33. Syzygy(sold out) - Terence Mckenna strain from the 80s
  34. Texas Orange Cap - I did a trade with a friend from Germany in 2012, The prints were labeled Texas Orange Cap. At the time I could not find any information on the strain but I really liked this strain and found it very easy to work with
  35. Thai Pink Buffalo(sold out) - From Koh Samui, this strain was found in a field that was occupied by a sacred Pink Buffalo
  36. Transkei(sold out) - Original genetics from South Africa
  37. Treasure Coast - Original genetics from Florida, the name treasure comes from the numerous ship wrecks in the area the original mushroom was found
  38. Tulum - Is a strain that was worked on in Mexico, although this strain is not a hybrid, it is an attempt at a hybrid between Psilocybe baeocystis, Psilocybe cyanescens, Psilocybe masateca, and Psilocybe cubensis strain Thai Pink Buffalo
  39. Wollongong - Originally from the Illawarra escarpment near the city of Wollongong, Australia
  40. Columbian Rust \
  41. Z-strain \

We also offer a Beginner Microscopy kit for $30. Each Kit includes 2 Golden Teacher spore syringes and 2 B+ spore syringes
Or a grab bag of 4 mystery syringes for $30. Each 12ml syringe will be labeled with the strain name

Very important please read carefully!! Psilocybe cubensis syringes are for Microscopy use only! Please do not contact me about growing or germinating spores or I will not RESPOND or ship you spores. While spores are legal to own in most states, P. cubensis cultivation is illegal in the United States and many other countries. No Shipping to California, Georgia, Or Idaho. No refunds for payments wanting shipped to California, Georgia, or Idaho.
Please do not contact me with any statements or questions concerning germination of spores after you have ordered! I will not respond to these types of questions and will block your user name. I do not grow or have information about growing spores. Spores are for microscopy use only.
I am looking for clean GT and B+ spore prints on foil. I am looking to buy or trade. Also interested in any other P. cubensis strains.
If you are interested in growing mushrooms, We also carry a quality selection of Gourmet and Medicinal mushroom liquid cultures! Liquid culture can be used to expand the mycelium for fruiting. Liquid culture can be used to inoculate an wide variety of applications and is easy to work with. Liquid cultures come in capped 12ml syringes, and includes a sterile needle.
Gourmet and Medicinal mushroom liquid cultures
  1. Agaricus campestris
  2. Clitocybe nuda
  3. Coprinus comatus - Shaggy Mane
  4. Cordyceps militaris
  5. Cordyceps sorbolifera
  6. Flammulina verlutipes -golden enoki
  7. Ganoderma lucidium Red -Reishi
  8. Ganoderma lucidium Yellow
  9. Ganoderma resinaceum
  10. Ganoderma sessile
  11. Grifola frondosa - Hen of the Woods
  12. Hericium erinaceum - Lions Mane,
  13. Hypholoma sublateritium - Brick Cap
  14. Kuehneromyces mutabilis - Sheathed Woodtuft
  15. Laetiporus cincinnatus - White Pored Chicken of the Woods
  16. Lentinula edodes - Generic Shiitake
  17. Lentinula edodes - Straw Shiitake
  18. Lentinula edodes - Shiitake 75
  19. Lentinula edodes - Shiitake 3782
  20. Lentinula edodes - Chocolate Cap Shiitake
  21. Panellus stipticus - Bioluminescence
  22. Pestalotiopsis microspora - Endophytic fungus with potential for breaking down Polyurethane
  23. Pleurotus citrinopileatus(available soon) - Golden Oyster
  24. Pleurotus cystidiosus
  25. Pleurotus djamor - Pink Oyster
  26. Pleurotus eryngii - King Oyster
  27. Pleurotus ostreatus - Pearl Oyster
  28. Pleurotus ostreatus var. bratislavia - Blue Oyster
  29. Pleurotus ostreatus var. colombinus - Blue Oyster
  30. Pleurotus pulmonarius - Phoenix Oyster
  31. Trametes versicolor - Turkey Tail
  32. Hericuim americanum -
Mushroom liquid cultures can be shipped anywhere in the USA.
We also sell packaged sterile 12ml syringes for $3 each, and packaged sterile 18 gauge hypodermic needles for $1 each.
Free shipping for all orders inside of USA! Tracking number provided! Add $7 for priority 2-3 day shipping. Add $27 for express 1-2 day shipping. Discrete and well packaged!
I am sorry, we no longer ship outside of USA due to customs cracking down on my mail. I am working on a new way to ship internationally
Please private message or invite me to chat to order! Include your strain selection and preferred payment method for fast service.
Paypal, Venmo, Cashapp, Bitcoin, and cash by mail accepted for payment.
Located in Central USA which means fast shipping anywhere in USA, usually no longer than 3-5 days from shipping date. Orders are processed and shipped within 48 hours of payment.
Contact me if you have any questions or would like order!
If you are unsure, please check my reviews and I promise you will not be disappointed! My reviews are genuine and honest.
Have a great day and thank you for taking the time to visit
Seek
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