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Pete

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  1. I have 15 half sovereigns all bullion grade dated 1982 Price each £136 plus postage. Recommend special delivery at cost - Qty 1 - 4 at £6.60 Qty 5 - 8 at £7.60 Qty 9 - 15 at £9.60 PP ( F&F ) is acceptable for 1 - 3 coins but bank transfer preferred. PP ( not F&F ) would require the buyer to cover PP fees and there would not be any restriction on the number of coins. Apologies for the poor pictures but I can forward better images to anyone who requests exact coin photos.
  2. Highly collectible Victorian shield half gold sovereigns. Choose preference Left or Right or take both and save on postage. Price each £155 + £6.60 ( at cost ) special delivery. First class signed for postage is free but at buyer's risk for loss. PP ( F&F ) or bank transfer.
  3. Just in time for Brexit ( leaving with no deal ) and setting the stop watch to see how quickly BMW, Mercedes and VW kick ass to get a deal sorted.
  4. I could be interested in the 2 PAMP bars if splitting.
  5. Actual coin for sale in pictures. Highly collectible Victorian shield half gold sovereign. £155 + £6.60 ( at cost ) special delivery. First class signed for postage free but at buyer's risk for loss. PP ( F&F ) or bank transfer.
  6. Actual coin for sale in pictures. Highly collectible Victorian shield half gold sovereign. £155 + £6.60 ( at cost ) special delivery. First class signed for postage free but at buyer's risk for loss. PP ( F&F ) or bank transfer.
  7. If you could predict a steady rise then buy now but if you predict a fall then wait. Problem is if you wait and prices go up then you will kick yourself. On the other hand if you buy and prices fall you will kick yourself. Simple !!
  8. Whatever happened to all the Bull Sh!t videos issued primarily by American "experts" that predicted a global shortage of silver, rocketing prices and how China & Russia were accumulating like crazy ? Some famous names come to mind and silver should be trading in the hundreds of dollars per ounce. There was going to be massive shortages of physical silver by the end of year .... which has long passed. Might be worth watching a few if you cannot get to sleep at bedtime. The serious question however is how did they ALL get it so wrong ??
  9. Equivalent to bullion prices from HGM for super looking coins including a perfect £10 in FDC condition.
  10. As JunkBond pointed out the earlier dated coins are 22ct but contain 10.88g of fine gold because they were manufactured with precisely 1/10th Troy and 1/4 Troy ounces of fine gold. The measured weight is higher but the correct amounts of pure gold are as stated.
  11. The 1987 Britannia 2 coin boxed set comprises a £10 ( tenth ounce ) and a £25 ( quarter ounce ) of fine gold. This is 10.88 grams of 999.9 gold. The £10 coin under close examination appears perfect FDC. The £25 however, under close examination, does show a couple of very fine hairlines on the obverse. For illustration I have copied extracts from other sites, tonight, to help with a price benchmark. One dealer is listing this set at £ 496 but the condition may not be as nearly as good, but I am prepared to undercut anyway. Payment by bank transfer. I may consider splitting the set selling the £10 as FDC and the £25 as 'good bullion' as it is a terrific coin and despite the picture you need to be trying very hard to detect the hairlines. Pasted to help are OTT prices from elsewhere for the individual coins.