Cherry Picker

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Cherry Picker

In numismatics, a collector or dealer who looks through collections and buys only the rare or otherwise valuable coins. These coins may be valuable, but they are illiquid assets.
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A supersized cherrypicker had to be brought in for the job after two smaller lifts were unable to reach were unable to reach the top of the sign.
The Wearside company, sells 95% of its cherrypickers overseas, says its order book has tripled in recent months, thanks in part to development work picking up in some countries and companies replenishing their stock of machines after years of a spending freeze.
Those who may be seduced by ITV's sudden Lazarus-like rebirth to the beauties of racing may remember that when you deal with cherrypickers you need a long ladder, just as they advise that when you sup with the devil it is best to use a long spoon.
Tanfield, which makes cherrypickers and electric vehicles, has seen its business decline in recent years and the company, once worth more than pounds 500m, saw trading fall in 2008.
Rescue teams used cherrypickers to help terrified tourists down from the teetering cable cars.
But this time Harry Dunn's Cherrypickers made sure it was they who claimed the spoils at the end of an enthralling, if not high-quality, replay.
Q How did Glenbuck Cherrypickers come by their name?