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  1. I think the latest sell-off is related to the rift that's developed in the Bitcoin world between different factions - the core developers and a group who want 'Bitcoin unlimited' (BU) which would involve a change in the protocol to allow bigger block sizes. Basically the BU would allow more transactions per second and keep fees down. They're attempting to force a hard fork by getting over 50% of the hashing power and are not that far off. I think a hard fork would be bad for Bitcoin - even if the new protocol is better, it would destroy trust and create confusion as there would be at least two versions of Bitcoin at the same time
  2. My plan has always been to sell 1btc at $10,000 [emoji55]
  3. I think volatility is an issue but it's decreasing over time. This chart indicates that the peak volatility- if the current trend continues - will match that of major fiat currency in about 2.5 years
  4. What size are you looking for?
  5. Hi Dave. I have some 1oz gold eagle tubes. I'd be happy to send you one (free). They were based on krugerrand size so should fit. Only problem is that you'll need 10 more to fill it
  6. All sold now
  7. Price reduced for the last time - now £260 delivered
  8. Price dropped on the remaining 1871 and 1872 to £270 delivered. The 1871 is the better condition and i believe that the die crack would not affect the grade unless above ms65 (so I'm told)
  9. 1873 sold
  10. for sale

    I have 3 Shield sovereigns for sale: 1871, 1872 and 1873 I'm looking for £280 each delivered by special delivery The 1871 (die number 22) has a die crack on the obverse - highlighted in the close-up pics added 3 minutes later The 1872 (die number 90) added 4 minutes later The 1873 (die number 9) added 15 minutes later Bank transfer preferred on these
  11. Price dropped to £130
  12. £130 delivered by 1st class signed for Add £5 for special delivery Bank transfer please As the photos show there are mysterious green spots on the reverse