What is a metal cup from a sailing ship worth?
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Wow, that's scary. A metal cup is a cup that is made out of metal. And a cup is a thing that can have water or any other liquids, solids, or gases in it. Metal is a thing that can be used to make motorcycles,bikes,cars,refridgerators,freezers, and lots of other stuff. And a metal cup can be used to make sound. Yes, fun with sound.
The winner of the America's Cup has competed in a sailing race that originated in 1851 and continues to this day. The standard format of the race involves two sailing yachts, one (the holder of the Cup) as the defender and the other as the challenger. In recent years, multiple challengers have been allowed under altered racing conditions.
Newport, Rhode Island, USA, is the undisputed sailing capital of the known world. With coastlines on the west, south and east, Newport is a maritime city, having hosted 12 of the 33 America's Cup regattas from 1930 to 1983, and current home of the America's Cup Hall of Fame. Annapolis, Maryland, USA, is also sometimes known as the sailing capital. It holds one of the biggest sailboat shows in the country and world. And while…
Well the runner up would be East Germany as England won the 1966 World Cup. It's worth my just be the metal contained in it. I've been to a great deal of sports collecting conventions and such and rarely if ever see anything from the World Cup. Probably because it is really not well followed here in the US. No the runner up was West Germany medal probably worth in the region of £2000
According to WikiPedia, the cup was originally known "as the “Royal Yacht Squadron Cup” or the “RYS Cup for One Hundred Sovereigns”. The Cup subsequently became known as the “One Hundred Guinea(s) Cup”, by the American syndicate that won it. As time went by, the Cup was also referred to as the “Queen’s Cup”, the “America Cup”, and the “America’s Cup”. Today, the trophy is officially known as the America’s Cup and affectionately called the…