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999magnum

2017 Isle of Man Noble Reverse Proof

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The more I look at this coin, the better I feel. What do you guys think?

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And the proof version which will be out in February as a set with the reverse proof. No mention of it being sold by itself at apmex.

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1 minute ago, sixgun said:

i prefer the proof version. i cannot help thinking about my quilted shooting jacket when i see the sail. 

Hmm, now that you mention it, I too own various garments with the same pattern.

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"For the last time, i don't care if all the others are laughing. it's a present from me gran's sewing club and you can all shut up about it!" Darg the Defiler snapped at his crew.

 

Love the Noble design. I can't decide if i prefer the rev proof or proof. Both look great

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17 minutes ago, swAgger said:

"For the last time, i don't care if all the others are laughing. it's a present from me gran's sewing club and you can all shut up about it!" Darg the Defiler snapped at his crew.

 

Love the Noble design. I can't decide if i prefer the rev proof or proof. Both look great

I think I'd be happy with either, but since I don't own any proof coins, that's what I'd go with if they decide to sell it by itself.

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21 minutes ago, xthomasx said:

Interesting pair. You don't easily find this combination of designs.

I would think of getting one.

looks like the proof coin will be very common coin 

coz they only show 5k reverse proof but proof needs to combine with reverse proof purchase ....... strange

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1 hour ago, fehk2001 said:

looks like the proof coin will be very common coin 

coz they only show 5k reverse proof but proof needs to combine with reverse proof purchase ....... strange

Just in 500 sets. 4,500 reverse proof singly

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1 hour ago, swAgger said:

Just in 500 sets. 4,500 reverse proof singly

 

34 minutes ago, fehk2001 said:

right, now I know why the set cost 100 dollars ......

I bet the reverse proof will go up in price then

I am not too convinced about appreciation of Pobjoy coins: I got a 1/4 oz Pt proof Noble, 65th coronation anniversary privy mark, first ever with a British Monarch on the obverse, mintage 360 (+90 in set); mine and the one that sold a month later did go below of what I believe was the issue price. Also quality wise these seem to be usually PF69 max

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14 minutes ago, augur said:

 

I am not too convinced about appreciation of Pobjoy coins: I got a 1/4 oz Pt proof Noble, 65th coronation anniversary privy mark, first ever with a British Monarch on the obverse, mintage 360 (+90 in set); mine and the one that sold a month later did go below of what I believe was the issue price. Also quality wise these seem to be usually PF69 max

25 pound for the reverse proof and it is silver , but how much is your pt coin and doesn’t seems like many people collect platinum coins 

 

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ordered the 2017 isle of man angle and noble 4 of each.   only 5,000 mintage. I think its a good deal, Angels do very will imo. the noble iv only seen as a Plat Metal coin.

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1 hour ago, fehk2001 said:

25 pound for the reverse proof and it is silver , but how much is your pt coin and doesn’t seems like many people collect platinum coins 

 

£25 is not too bad, that's what the coin that must not be named went for in its beginnings :ph34r:

Would have to dig out what I paid for it but it was somewhere in the middle of issue price and spot. Yes, not many collect platinum, that's why I started getting some since spot is low and premium, too...

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2 hours ago, augur said:

£25 is not too bad, that's what the coin that must not be named went for in its beginnings :ph34r:

Would have to dig out what I paid for it but it was somewhere in the middle of issue price and spot. Yes, not many collect platinum, that's why I started getting some since spot is low and premium, too...

Angel didn’t do so good coz they issue it every year with Huge mintage 

noble they don’t issue them every year and 25 pound for a proof coin I don’t think u can loose much , worst case spot price :D

lose 9 pound or so or a delux McDonald’s burger meal 

:D

1 hour ago, 999magnum said:

The price is already up on the set 

I think both Korean lunar and reserve proof gone up in ampex since we discuss ? 

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3 hours ago, fehk2001 said:

I think both Korean lunar and reserve proof gone up in ampex since we discuss ? 

Hmm I think the Korean lunar went  about 2 dollars since it went up on their website. So it went from about $23 to $25.06 couple of days ago when I bought mine. They are sold out now at apmex btw.

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4 hours ago, fehk2001 said:

Angel didn’t do so good coz they issue it every year with Huge mintage 

noble they don’t issue them every year and 25 pound for a proof coin I don’t think u can loose much , worst case spot price :D

lose 9 pound or so or a delux McDonald’s burger meal 

 

You put things in perspective! 

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