Bag Mark

Bag Mark

In numismatics, a scuff or other mark on a coin caused during the production or storage process. This may reduce a coin's value as a collector's item, even if the coin does not circulate.
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With the Championship and the less illustrious Petrofac Training Cup in the bag Mark Warburton's side are eyeing the William Hill Scottish Cup and a Euro return.
Four nations--Brazil, Vietnam, Colombia and Indonesia--produce two-thirds of the world's coffee, and only 14 countries had the proper mixture of geography, expertise and investment to hit the one million bag mark in 2014.
IT'S IN THE BAG MARK Davies, 24, stole a van in Prestatyn, and, after taking it for a spin, abandoned it.
The private sector took on little or no construction activity which forced the players in the industry into severe price competition forcing the manufacturers to sell a cement bag for as low as Rs235 although, later on the manufacturers disciplined their prices which reached the Rs380 per bag mark.
Alan Kennedy, vice president of merchandising at WestPoint Stevens, said its basics in a bag marks the first time a company has come up with a convenient product like this, and it follows recent moves to consolidate its basic bedding businesses.
t to g" Sir Philip, who twice tried to bag Marks & Spencer, said he was open to other offers.