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jacobkenn

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  • What I am collecting / Investing in.
    Silver bullion

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  1. Would be nice to know who this seller was as ebay do nothing about fakes being sold the thing is you will send this coin back and he will con someone else the coin needs to disposed of not given back but you won't get your money back if you do that i agree about 1917 catching people out even dealers but for me thats enough to put me off buying it especially of ebay. You wasnt being rude it's a open fourum we all entitled to our opinions
  2. Be intrested in seeing ebay picture Please don't take this as a dig I dont want to make you feel worse But why would you buy a coin that in the back of your mind you knew it was fake only say this as your comment of hope it's real. EBay purchases always come with risk but it's up to us to limit them
  3. 😂😂😂😂 100% my feeling about it too just thought i would put it out there just in case I was missing somthing
  4. Anybody shed any light on these just looking around internet came across these and sure they are over priced but who collects them and why
  5. Sorry no paypal so ignore my last post
  6. I will take them pm you
  7. As close to spot as possible made my first purchase from bullion by post not alot but taken me a year of stacking at as close to spot as possible to get my average price down to a potentially profit making price. This fourum allowed me to get the average price down because of excellent bargains from members. if i didnt join I dont know how many other purchases I would have made from high premium sites or how long it would have taken me to get my average cost per ounce down. I've also dipped my toe into graded coins but only buying what i like and whats unusual because of members post on the site. Keep looking at the queens beasts but I know once I start on them i won't stop until I have all if not most of them and that will soon add up in £££
  8. Popped into my local town and saw this in window of a charity shop at first I thought it was priced wrong £5 or even not silver I am a silver bullion/coin stacker and not upto scratch with hall marks but thought if it is £5 it's worth a punt went in and the spoke to the nice old lady who said i think the price is correct but I will ask at this point I am thinking great now someone going to say no thats been priced wrong but no another old lady came over and said well that's what it's got on it do you want it so took a punt posted a pic on here in van in carpark to see about hallmarks got home and researched hallmarks and my gamble paid of I say gamble I had a idea the lion ment it was silver
  9. That's really helpful thank you I've since got home and sat and looked at hallmarks online and yes my punt was a deal. When my wife insists on going in charity shops from now on I will be right behind her
  10. Out and about and came across this and at £5 Just thought wourth a punt
  11. As title says The reverse of the Britannia coin shows the classic Philip Nathan design of Britannia (the female personification of the British Isles). A horse appears on the reverse of the Lunar Year of the Horse bullion coins. Both 2014 coins are .999 fine silver, matching the new fineness adopted for Britannia bullion coins in 2012. Diameters, weights and other specifications are the same. The Royal Mint confirmed the existence of both error coins, though an official did not specifically refer to either piece as a “mule.” Calling the dentils “edge decoration,” Jenny Manders, a spokesperson for the Royal Mint, released a statement noting that, “Some of our recent bullion customers may have noticed a slight change in the design of the edge decoration of our UK 2014 £2 Britannia bullion coin, and the UK 2014 £2 Lunar bullion coin. ... The quality and value of the coins remains the same.”