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  1. 20 USD to support Lizzie from the US. Warm wishes for tomorrow night!
  2. What's your favourite queen,s beast

    Bull lion dragon unicorn griffin...I really do like the proof Bull.
  3. Today I Received

    Fifth Class was intended for non-commissioned personnel. Fourth and Third Class were intended for Warrant and Officer grades. Second and First Class were intended for one to four star grades.
  4. Today I Received

    Daz, thank you...the medal on the right is the Liberation of Kuwait Medal, 3rd Class. There were five Liberation of Kuwait medal types, intended for differing grades of rank.
  5. Today I Received

    Having served in the second Gulf War with our coalition partners, this latest arrival has great meaning...the “Behind Enemy Lines” Gulf War Gold Full Sovereign Coin Medal Set. The set includes a 1980 Gold Sovereign, one of 16,289 Sovereigns that were issued to British Military personnel taking part in Operation GRANBY as part of the Coalition Forces during the Gulf War 17 January to 26 February 1991. Sovereigns were provided by the Ministry of Defence and carried by any servicemen who, it was thought, might find themselves isolated and in need of bargaining power if confronted by unfriendly forces. Several Sovereigns were used during the War, mainly by Royal Air Force crews shot down over enemy territory and SAS, but all the uncaptured coins were returned to the Ministry of Defence at the conclusion of the conflict, having served their purpose. The Ministry of Defence confirms that this sovereign is one of the coins returned during the Gulf War by military personnel on completion of their missions into enemy territory.
  6. Today I Received

    1937 George VI Gold Sovereign, PF65, to compliment a 1952 South Africa 1£ George VI.
  7. Today I Received

    Received a great 1861 AEF Young Victoria Gold Sovereign (CGS 55), Bentley Type Lot 430 Double Stamped A.
  8. Today I Received

    Those boxes look awesome! Any designs on the covers, even though a nice finish is just as good?
  9. Where to buy George III sovereigns?

    I was able to find 1817 George III Gold Sovereign at Josephine Coins. From my experience they provided a quality service. https://josephinecoins.com/collections/historic-coins/products/1817-george-iii-sovereign
  10. Today I Received

    The Tristan Da Cunha 2Sov Diamond Jubilee Regent and the Lion (PF 69 Ultra Cameo) finally arrived!
  11. Today I Received

    A beautiful 1850 Young Victoria Shieldback arrived today from an ebay auction. The condition was listed as AU+UNC. After receiving and studying the details, what would be thought to be a Marsh 33, Normal, looks to be a Marsh 33A, Inverted A for V in VICTORIA. Open to thoughts from everyone.
  12. Today I bought.....

    A Tristan Da Cunha 2Sov Diamond Jubilee Regent and the Lion (PF 69 Ultra Cameo). Close as I can get with the “Chief coin of the world”. Will post pics upon receipt.
  13. Today I Received

    1891 Victoria Jubilee Head Gold Sovereign Long Tail arrived today to join her 1891-M Short Tail.
  14. Today I Received

    Thank you...yes, a few marks on obverse. And, last pics for the 1902...promise. Still trying to get the photo/lighting best figured out. Thanks for all the advice!
  15. Today I Received

    I had paid 550£, with having Marsh for reference as well. The description was toned, some light contact marks on obverse and scuff at rear of horse on reverse, otherwise good extremely fine. I had wanted a matt proof in the collection and this looked as a good start. Here is another photo with slightly different lighting.