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Has anyone else come across this toning? This is a coin that has been in display, however, the obverse has been facing the pad and is not exposed to light. There are other coins on display but this is the only one in the series with toning. The guilloche design has helped to create some particularly attractive warm toning - which I love. This is often the step before the iridescent toning which we tend to see on much older coins. The photo doesn't do it justice. It is odd though, as the reverse with the unicorn design has been continuously exposed and shows no sign of toning. Interesting as this is the latest in the series. What do you think?
This is my first post on the silver forum as I am fairly new to the silver stacking universe. So I'd like to start by saying to hi to everyone and also by saying thanks for having me on the forum. As I said, I'm new to silver stacking as I have only been stacking for around a year now. I have been mainly stacking for weight. However, I decided to start collection the 2 oz Queen's Beast Series as a little bit of fun. I mainly purchase my silver from Silver-To-Go and Coininvest. However, the 2 oz Queen's Beasts Lion Silver Coin (2016) has a price of around £62 atm on there. I was hoping I could pick this coin up a little cheaper in the UK. Any recommendations/suggestions? Thanks in advance
Hey I took the plunge and purchased the 3 BU 1/4 Gold coins of the Lion, Griffin and Dragon..Big investment for me especially as being a newbie.. I received them today and all look great apart from the Lion coin, the is a small nick on the queen's neck, below her ear ring - what should I do? Should I ask for a replacement seeing as it was advertised as 'New' on the site? Thanks