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1 hour ago, Xander said:

The opportunity to buy another one of these fantastic Sovereigns came along, couldn't resist it. 

The one on the right is the latest addition...rubbish camera.

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You really need to put somthing like a 50p in the picture to give a scale, you don't get a sense of how impressive the are.

 

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Again, yesterday.

2 high grade Morgan dollars in old slabs. I don't think these two TPG exist anymore but would be interested to learn if any of our members Stateside know anything about them.

INS Authentication Bureau (International Numismatic Society) and

Accugrade, Connecticut.

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On ‚Äé01‚Äé/‚Äé10‚Äé/‚Äé2017 at 15:00, sovereignsteve said:

Well yesterday............the postie paid me a visit.

a proof 2005 and some bullion.

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a 1884 shield half sovereign. was surprised I didn't have one already.

 

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A lovely 1818 crown in EF condition. obverse maybe shows some signs of a little past cleaning, but hey don't send it for grading:D

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hi

 can I ask of a experienced  forum member, what kind of price/ cost should I be looking to buy a 2005 full proof sov for ( general not a backhanded way of asking what yours cost :D) either here ? or  ebay/ dealer

thanks dean.m

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2 hours ago, Augustus1 said:

can I ask of a experienced  forum member, what kind of price/ cost should I be looking to buy a 2005 full proof sov for ( general not a backhanded way of asking what yours cost :D) either here ? or  ebay/ dealer

It's easy to do an ebay search of sold items. Such a search will tell you that one with box and coa usually go for £400 - £440 although one went for £485 at auction on Sunday but if you'd have been on the ball, one went for only £330 at auction just over a week ago!

Also in August someone accepted a best offer below the £325 asking price!

Also, I do believe someone not unknown on this forum sold a bullion 2005 sov graded MS68 by NGC for £328. However, that's irrelevant to this discussion but it's amazing what you can find when you search ebay completed listings!;)

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On 21/09/2017 at 18:43, Oldun said:

Arrived. Pop 1 in all grades of dpl category on ngc and pcgs. Cheers @Jester

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That would be me (population for this coin - 1 in Deep Proof Like - DPL)) Bought it for 400usd = 302 gbp at current exchange rate

 

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