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8 minutes ago, augur said:

Agreed, but I thought Fivepoundfred was the only one...

I think he is the master of everything five pound, personally i'm only going for 1839, 1887, 1893, 1902, 1911, 1937, 1989, 2002, 2005, 2012, 2017 in both BU and Proof (if they exist). I have next to no hope of getting a few of these but who knows!

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13 minutes ago, sg86 said:

Personally I'm only going for 1839, 1887, 1893, 1902, 1911, 1937, 1989, 2002, 2005, 2012, 2017 in both BU and Proof (if they exist). I have next to no hope of getting a few of these but who knows!

I like the part I marked in bold 😜

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50 minutes ago, Fivepoundfred said:

Look's like you might need to sell hour house to get that lot, but at least your on the way with the 2005 !! Nice coin.

I was just thinking you could buy a house (or two) around here for that:o Would be a seriously impressive collection - why stop at 1839? I hear the 1826 and 5 Guinea pieces are quite nice:D

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50 minutes ago, GSstacker said:

I thought I would recommend the New Zealand HMS bounty silver coin cheapest gov minted item I have found. You can purchase in the us from money Metals.

Welcome to the Forum from one Yank to another!  Just a heads up, this really isn't the proper thread for buying tips.  We have a Silver thread where it may be more appropriate.  Perhaps @morezone or one of our other friendly neighborhood moderators can move it there.  We also have a "Welcome New Members" thread where you can tell us more about yourself, your interests, collecting/stacking goals, etc.  Otherwise, someone may mistakenly get the impression that you're just trolling for a dealer.

If you have any questions, please let us know.  This joint is chock-full of numismatic wisdom and unique personalities!

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