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I'm well happy with my elephants. 2 70s, not bad at all .
How can you tell who has what with the krugs and swans Numi?

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In the original submission they are listed by line number with an initial by them. Will know 100%



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19 minutes ago, Numistacker said:

Mixed bag here for sure

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Good results on the 1839 and 1853 proof sixpences - there is a 1853 on Heritage for $3300!

Which way round are the 1831's as one was the thin flan proof and one was the reeded edge proof? One seems to have got an MS grade?? (Depends on the label I guess but SP would be more appropriate). I have always had concerns about the reeded edge proof🤔

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8 minutes ago, oliversw5 said:

Ive sent in 3 shields now, that is by far the best, and the last one was better than the first one and they all got a 58...

58 is not a bad grade for a shield. The MS ones are commanding much higher prices and i remember my 1882-M i thought should have been a 63 and got 61. Seems that to get MS they must be very very crisp indeed.

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Just now, Numistacker said:

58 is not a bad grade for a shield. The MS ones are commanding much higher prices and i remember my 1882-M i thought should have been a 63 and got 61. Seems that to get MS they must be very very crisp indeed.

Yes I understand but I checked all 3 of them and there is clearly differences. Sheer frustration to be frank. 

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14 minutes ago, SilverTanner said:

Good results on the 1839 and 1853 proof sixpences - there is a 1853 on Heritage for $3300!

Which way round are the 1831's as one was the thin flan proof and one was the reeded edge proof? One seems to have got an MS grade?? (Depends on the label I guess but SP would be more appropriate). I have always had concerns about the reeded edge proof🤔

Thin flan was -003 and they didnt put it in a slab as details as far as I can see. I gave them all the detailed info! but it seems they didnt like the surface for some reason.

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Looks like the 1887 £5 is back to the HGM melting pot after all then! Paid £875 delivered for that one from HGM a couple of years ago so still up after grading fees, I will have to find something else old and shiny to put the proceeds towards. Maybe an 1887 double? :P

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5 hours ago, KDave said:

Looks like the 1887 £5 is back to the HGM melting pot after all then! Paid £875 delivered for that one from HGM a couple of years ago so still up after grading fees, I will have to find something else old and shiny to put the proceeds towards. Maybe an 1887 double? :P

It was a great fake. Its a shame it was not real.

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6 hours ago, Numistacker said:

Mixed bag here for sure

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Hi,

Thanks for the update.

Regards to the Cuban one - What does unc details mean - does that mean it's not got a grade :(

Any news on the other Cuban one I submitted?

 

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@thebolThe other one is still in progress but yes, details means it had been improperly cleaned and stained in the past some time so it did not get a regular grade unfortunately.

To cheer everyone up - I thought you guys would like to see a few others that did well.

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Right side looks a little damaged
A member graded a Lunar Monkey 2oz - a rare coin these days.
MS-70 low population - clearly an astute move on his part.
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Had the option of buying an ungraded one yesterday for £45. Not sure if I might regret that.

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For those who were interested in which Kruger belonged to who..

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001-Cully

002-005 - SilverstackerUK (1 x 70)

007-008 - MintyK (2 x 69)

009 - Oatsey (a 69)

010 - Arcglide (the 70 - rejoice)

011 - Mariner (the 66 i am so sorry)

012-013 - Numistacker (1 x 70 and 1 x 69)

014  Prophet batch one (1 x 69)

015-016 Prophet/Sd (1 x 68 and 1 x 69)

017 D4N (1 x 69) 

 

 

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6 hours ago, KDave said:

Looks like the 1887 £5 is back to the HGM melting pot after all then! Paid £875 delivered for that one from HGM a couple of years ago so still up after grading fees, I will have to find something else old and shiny to put the proceeds towards. Maybe an 1887 double? :P

Don't feel bad about the 1887 £5 sov, they are an absolute minefield. I sometimes think there are more fakes out there than real ones, I've had a couple myself too.

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1 hour ago, sovereignsteve said:

It looks like it's been cleaned rather than edge damage, to my eyes.

There are clear hairlines visible so are NGC saying this was part of the minting process or does the edge damage override the cleaning!?

The edge damage thing is so harsh, it's the sort of thing that would put me off sending things in.

For example, i've seen MS64 graded 1887 half crowns go for 4x what I paid for mine, but would NGC give this beauty a details grade for the edge nick at 10 o'clock?1887vichalfcrown.jpg.63c933a435f32b6be49bddfc32a201f6.jpg

 

 

 

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For those who were interested in which Kruger belonged to who..
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001-Cully
002-005 - SilverstackerUK (1 x 70)
007-008 - MintyK (2 x 69)
009 - Oatsey (a 69)
010 - Arcglide (the 70 - rejoice)
011 - Mariner (the 66 i am so sorry)
012-013 - Numistacker (1 x 70 and 1 x 69)
014  Prophet batch one (1 x 69)
015-016 Prophet/Sd (1 x 68 and 1 x 69)
017 D4N (1 x 69) 
 
 

Half expected that when I saw the results. After sending the first load back I was a bit pushed for time to get one submitted and had the replacements sent to my work and forwarded on to you without a magnifier check. So much for CPM's promise of best quality replacements but lesson learnt. Got a couple of different coins I'll have a go with in August.


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