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    • i omitted to say what "and more" was - i just did a sum on a recent buy and it worked out  a little bit more than £2000/oz - like twice that. Do i regret it?
      Do i think i was rash or foolhardy? 
      No i don't.  i am sure you are pulling my leg as i am sure some sovereigns purchased worked out at breathtaking per ounce valuations This is the world of numismatics
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