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    • Hi and welcome from Edinburgh.
    • Spinks (London) is having a banknote sale 'The Lou Manzi & A. J. Simms collections' on the 9th May viewing 7th & 8th if anyone is in London and at all curious about British banknote collecting. Btw i don't have any affiliation with Spinks, just putting the word out if anyone wants to familiarise themselves with some high quality examples of banknote collecting.  Its not every day that you get the chance to view first hand the best known examples of certain varieties of note. https://spink.com/auction/19031 Some fascinating history contained in these lots, perhaps my favourate's are the Bernhard WW2 german forgeries of BOE white notes and the 1914 Treasury notes sometime called Bradbury's.  The latter where released at the outbreak of WW1 to cover the shortage of Sovereigns.  Incidently enough many early examples ie 1914 first and second  edition Treasury notes would give sovereigns a run for their money!
    • Feel free to join with some other people to buy multiple britannias and get the discount. I will not be arranging this though as it would be akin to herding cats!
    • I sometimes suspect the accuracy claimed for these cheaper scales.  If they even specify an accuracy in the short instruction leaflet usually supplied. Sometimes they claim 0.01 readability and 0.02 accuracy but I wonder how long they hold that for if they reach it at all given scales costing in the hundreds also claim similar accuracy. Not that I'm suggesting your scales are the problem here as they are reading fine with the other bars. I have noticed moving the coin/bar around on the few cheap scales I have often results in different readings as does leaving an item sitting on the scales for a few minutes.
    • Hi, I decided to register as I don't know anyone who is into coin collecting/investing, and I also need to get a better understanding of this world before I start to buy coins. I didn't know what to call myself so I picked this pedantic name which means coins in Latin 🙄.  - I know, I already regret it. Too late now. Anyway, just wanted to say hi. I am sure I will learn a lot from all of you! Cheers