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  1. Thanks a lot! This should be it.
  2. Hi all, When trying to complete my Lunar II silver collection, I noticed that Perth lists a 2018 (Dog) with a 'Chinese Privy': https://www.perthmint.com/documents/Bullion/The Australian Silver Bu Privy Coin 2011 to 2019.pdf Did anyone see this coin, and/or knows how to get one? Thanks for any advice...
  3. In Germany, they sell for 380-390€, just 10€ above the recent QB. Thank God, I bought them for slightly under 300€ at - a different gold price level.
  4. OK. So this does not appear to be an option. Too sad...
  5. Depends on how many coins are in one slab. For two coins, it shouldn't be too much of an issue. I would assume that such double/multi-slabs will become popular in the near future. Anyway, I am afraid it will take a long time until space problems with my gold coin collection would develop
  6. I guess these two SotDs could be perfect in a multi-coin slab. Does anyone here have previous experiences with those new slabs? I am afraid I am not up to date with Numi's grading videos... 😣
  7. Mine too. Will take much longer than intra-UK shipping, though. The purchase is not shown on the credit card account so far.
  8. That's a great piece. Never saw the box before.
  9. What do you mean by 'not one coin'? They are all there. I am reluctant to buy bullion at the moment but I check regularly.
  10. Their kids? All nine of them, each one on a separate coin.
  11. I should have been successful. Great.
  12. I'll try to get one. Although the concept of nationality/citizenship in today's sense did not necessarily matter among nobilities and royals, Prince Albert was undoubtely German, so I should definitely get this coin.
  13. Really? Here in Germany, bullion griffins can be had for 15% above spot, the lions for even less premium. I check several times a week. They all went up with the price of gold, of course, but the premiums didn't.
  14. Just saved 699 Pounds This is a new low for Perth. I actually had to check their website to believe it is really from Perth Mint .
  15. xthomasx

    The other sovereign

    There are a hell lot more pieces of Sovereign specifications: Bahamas, Bermuda, Columbia (3 designs) in the 1910s and 20s, more recently Cyprus, Greece, Suriname, Cayman Islands, Turkmenistan, Lesotho, Saudi Arabia (was discussed in TSF lately), the Saudi Aramco piece, South Africa 2 Rands (1961-1980 easy; 1981-1983 rare proofs only). Malta (1977) and Israel (1960ish) had one each. Maybe I forgot some. Still, a lot more than I can ever afford 😕