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Marc

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    Marc reacted to RegalStacker in 1937 Half Sovereign PR67   
    Not looking to sell but might for 10k
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    Marc got a reaction from westminstrel in 1937 Half Sovereign PR67   
    For a 67 that is a good price, very few available at that price. Mine only got a 66+ on the sov but am confident it will jump to 67 with NGC conservation.
     




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    Marc got a reaction from Shep in 1937 Half Sovereign PR67   
    Go right for jugular, no nicities or small talk just GET THE PRICE.
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    Marc reacted to CHAIRYT in 1937 Half Sovereign PR67   
    YOU HAVE 1937 PF67 HOW MUCH
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    Marc got a reaction from Gildeon in Concorde Alderney - 2008 - Silver 5 oz   
    Ok thanks for considering, I have had this rinky dink coin for ages so just wanted an excuse to get rid of it. A silver concord is not really my cup of tea but I felt it may be a better coin than this tiny thing which really should be in a pendant. Good luck with yuor sale.
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    Marc reacted to Pete in Five Sovereign Proof ( FDC ) 2008   
    PS - this is not a foil coated chocolate coin.
    If no-one on the forum is interested I will withdraw the listing in the next couple of days.
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    Marc got a reaction from goldmember44 in 1937 sovereign PF66*   
    I would not have written what I wrote if I did. Also the slab is old so well before they introduced conservation. 
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    Marc got a reaction from goldmember44 in 1937 sovereign PF66*   
    1937 sovereign NGC 66. Getting rid of some lower graded coins if anyone is interested. Once you start setting your ambition on PF65 graded coins and above the prices tend to go quite high. This one has a chance to jump to 67 with conservation and just missed the jump hence the * notation.  I believe there are only 2 graded higher with me owning one and a friend having the other so very rare in these high grades. Coin will be delivered to Numi and once payment received will be posted. If a chance is taken and it gets a 67 then that will be a very valuable coin. I have been considering it but there are other coins I have my sights on that an extra 5 grand would probably secure. £5,400 postage included.  


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    Marc reacted to Pete in Five Sovereign Proof ( FDC ) 2008   
    A real beast of a coin - the quintuple gold sovereign equivalent to five full sovereigns in weight.
    Weight 39.94 grams
    22ct so fine gold content 36.613 grams
    Removed from a boxed coin set this sovereign coin is in immaculate condition and in a screw capsule.

     

     
     

     
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    Marc got a reaction from Xander in Fake 1966 sovereign?   
    Good morning, The chap I bought my device from was a very nice chap called Mike Riley buysigmametalytics@gmail.com I just looked up on the internet and shopped around and he turned out to be a genuine seller and tried his best for me. He even marked the unit down in price to stop the tax man from charging me to much. Feel free to mention me, he may give yuo a discount. Good luck
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    Marc reacted to Sparrowlegs4 in 8 Proof Half Sovereigns   
    Hi 
    I have 8 Gold Proof Half Sovereigns all in nice condition in their capsules.
    Dates are: 1987 x (3) 1988 x (1), 1992 x (1), 2004 x (1), 2006 x (1), 2008 x (1)
    Would like to sell them all as one lot for £1,130 Posted.
    Postage by Royal Mail Special Delivery, fully insured.
    Payment by PP F&F or bank transfer please.
    Thanks
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Marc got a reaction from CadmiumGreen in Japanese Koban 17.77 ok 22K gold   
    Now this is something you do not see everyday, a replica of a Japanese taisho Koban (which is also very old). It is 17.77 grams of 22K gold so AGW is 16.1g (I have tested it and it is real gold).
    An original would be very expensive making owing one difficult for many, hence the reason the made replica back in the age. Unless you are a Japanese Numismatist you would not know.
    Selling for 30% above melt at £816. 
    Some additional information. This coin was made as a replica to the original in 1893. The Japanese moved to a decimal system in 1870 and prior to that were using Ichi bu kin, ichbugin, tempo koban and tempo obans which were becoming collectable and expensive hence the production of replicas to meet collector demand. They still contain real gold and are old and collectable depiste being replica's. 
    It has its original wooden box but of course no JDNA certificate. It will be in the UK from the 5th Oct since I gave to my friend to take over.  
    Below is an auction in Japan for an original which is the same size and weight as this one and the price is already over £4,700. So if yuo want an real gold replica which intrinsic gold value of 16g of pure gold, this may be a nice alternative. 
     





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    Marc got a reaction from h103efa in Japanese Koban 17.77 ok 22K gold   
    Now this is something you do not see everyday, a replica of a Japanese taisho Koban (which is also very old). It is 17.77 grams of 22K gold so AGW is 16.1g (I have tested it and it is real gold).
    An original would be very expensive making owing one difficult for many, hence the reason the made replica back in the age. Unless you are a Japanese Numismatist you would not know.
    Selling for 30% above melt at £816. 
    Some additional information. This coin was made as a replica to the original in 1893. The Japanese moved to a decimal system in 1870 and prior to that were using Ichi bu kin, ichbugin, tempo koban and tempo obans which were becoming collectable and expensive hence the production of replicas to meet collector demand. They still contain real gold and are old and collectable depiste being replica's. 
    It has its original wooden box but of course no JDNA certificate. It will be in the UK from the 5th Oct since I gave to my friend to take over.  
    Below is an auction in Japan for an original which is the same size and weight as this one and the price is already over £4,700. So if yuo want an real gold replica which intrinsic gold value of 16g of pure gold, this may be a nice alternative. 
     





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    Marc got a reaction from Roy in Japanese Koban 17.77 ok 22K gold   
    Great offer Roy but I already bought one in May '19 for £640 and it was graded PR70Dcam, so sorry. I may have got lucky on that one but I generally never chase coins and just pay when they come up. Am always up for other offers. My freind leaves for the UK on Monday so if yuo want it make a decision before tomorrow and he can take it with him.
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    Marc got a reaction from gazer in Japanese Koban 17.77 ok 22K gold   
    Now this is something you do not see everyday, a replica of a Japanese taisho Koban (which is also very old). It is 17.77 grams of 22K gold so AGW is 16.1g (I have tested it and it is real gold).
    An original would be very expensive making owing one difficult for many, hence the reason the made replica back in the age. Unless you are a Japanese Numismatist you would not know.
    Selling for 30% above melt at £816. 
    Some additional information. This coin was made as a replica to the original in 1893. The Japanese moved to a decimal system in 1870 and prior to that were using Ichi bu kin, ichbugin, tempo koban and tempo obans which were becoming collectable and expensive hence the production of replicas to meet collector demand. They still contain real gold and are old and collectable depiste being replica's. 
    It has its original wooden box but of course no JDNA certificate. It will be in the UK from the 5th Oct since I gave to my friend to take over.  
    Below is an auction in Japan for an original which is the same size and weight as this one and the price is already over £4,700. So if yuo want an real gold replica which intrinsic gold value of 16g of pure gold, this may be a nice alternative. 
     





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    Marc got a reaction from augur in Japanese Koban 17.77 ok 22K gold   
    Now this is something you do not see everyday, a replica of a Japanese taisho Koban (which is also very old). It is 17.77 grams of 22K gold so AGW is 16.1g (I have tested it and it is real gold).
    An original would be very expensive making owing one difficult for many, hence the reason the made replica back in the age. Unless you are a Japanese Numismatist you would not know.
    Selling for 30% above melt at £816. 
    Some additional information. This coin was made as a replica to the original in 1893. The Japanese moved to a decimal system in 1870 and prior to that were using Ichi bu kin, ichbugin, tempo koban and tempo obans which were becoming collectable and expensive hence the production of replicas to meet collector demand. They still contain real gold and are old and collectable depiste being replica's. 
    It has its original wooden box but of course no JDNA certificate. It will be in the UK from the 5th Oct since I gave to my friend to take over.  
    Below is an auction in Japan for an original which is the same size and weight as this one and the price is already over £4,700. So if yuo want an real gold replica which intrinsic gold value of 16g of pure gold, this may be a nice alternative. 
     





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    Marc got a reaction from motorbikez in Japanese Koban 17.77 ok 22K gold   
    Now this is something you do not see everyday, a replica of a Japanese taisho Koban (which is also very old). It is 17.77 grams of 22K gold so AGW is 16.1g (I have tested it and it is real gold).
    An original would be very expensive making owing one difficult for many, hence the reason the made replica back in the age. Unless you are a Japanese Numismatist you would not know.
    Selling for 30% above melt at £816. 
    Some additional information. This coin was made as a replica to the original in 1893. The Japanese moved to a decimal system in 1870 and prior to that were using Ichi bu kin, ichbugin, tempo koban and tempo obans which were becoming collectable and expensive hence the production of replicas to meet collector demand. They still contain real gold and are old and collectable depiste being replica's. 
    It has its original wooden box but of course no JDNA certificate. It will be in the UK from the 5th Oct since I gave to my friend to take over.  
    Below is an auction in Japan for an original which is the same size and weight as this one and the price is already over £4,700. So if yuo want an real gold replica which intrinsic gold value of 16g of pure gold, this may be a nice alternative. 
     





  18. Like
    Marc got a reaction from MikeG1978 in Japanese Koban 17.77 ok 22K gold   
    Now this is something you do not see everyday, a replica of a Japanese taisho Koban (which is also very old). It is 17.77 grams of 22K gold so AGW is 16.1g (I have tested it and it is real gold).
    An original would be very expensive making owing one difficult for many, hence the reason the made replica back in the age. Unless you are a Japanese Numismatist you would not know.
    Selling for 30% above melt at £816. 
    Some additional information. This coin was made as a replica to the original in 1893. The Japanese moved to a decimal system in 1870 and prior to that were using Ichi bu kin, ichbugin, tempo koban and tempo obans which were becoming collectable and expensive hence the production of replicas to meet collector demand. They still contain real gold and are old and collectable depiste being replica's. 
    It has its original wooden box but of course no JDNA certificate. It will be in the UK from the 5th Oct since I gave to my friend to take over.  
    Below is an auction in Japan for an original which is the same size and weight as this one and the price is already over £4,700. So if yuo want an real gold replica which intrinsic gold value of 16g of pure gold, this may be a nice alternative. 
     





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    Marc got a reaction from Bullionaire in Japanese Koban 17.77 ok 22K gold   
    Now this is something you do not see everyday, a replica of a Japanese taisho Koban (which is also very old). It is 17.77 grams of 22K gold so AGW is 16.1g (I have tested it and it is real gold).
    An original would be very expensive making owing one difficult for many, hence the reason the made replica back in the age. Unless you are a Japanese Numismatist you would not know.
    Selling for 30% above melt at £816. 
    Some additional information. This coin was made as a replica to the original in 1893. The Japanese moved to a decimal system in 1870 and prior to that were using Ichi bu kin, ichbugin, tempo koban and tempo obans which were becoming collectable and expensive hence the production of replicas to meet collector demand. They still contain real gold and are old and collectable depiste being replica's. 
    It has its original wooden box but of course no JDNA certificate. It will be in the UK from the 5th Oct since I gave to my friend to take over.  
    Below is an auction in Japan for an original which is the same size and weight as this one and the price is already over £4,700. So if yuo want an real gold replica which intrinsic gold value of 16g of pure gold, this may be a nice alternative. 
     





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    Marc got a reaction from BackyardBullion in Japanese Koban 17.77 ok 22K gold   
    Now this is something you do not see everyday, a replica of a Japanese taisho Koban (which is also very old). It is 17.77 grams of 22K gold so AGW is 16.1g (I have tested it and it is real gold).
    An original would be very expensive making owing one difficult for many, hence the reason the made replica back in the age. Unless you are a Japanese Numismatist you would not know.
    Selling for 30% above melt at £816. 
    Some additional information. This coin was made as a replica to the original in 1893. The Japanese moved to a decimal system in 1870 and prior to that were using Ichi bu kin, ichbugin, tempo koban and tempo obans which were becoming collectable and expensive hence the production of replicas to meet collector demand. They still contain real gold and are old and collectable depiste being replica's. 
    It has its original wooden box but of course no JDNA certificate. It will be in the UK from the 5th Oct since I gave to my friend to take over.  
    Below is an auction in Japan for an original which is the same size and weight as this one and the price is already over £4,700. So if yuo want an real gold replica which intrinsic gold value of 16g of pure gold, this may be a nice alternative. 
     





  21. Like
    Marc got a reaction from Roy in Japanese Koban 17.77 ok 22K gold   
    Now this is something you do not see everyday, a replica of a Japanese taisho Koban (which is also very old). It is 17.77 grams of 22K gold so AGW is 16.1g (I have tested it and it is real gold).
    An original would be very expensive making owing one difficult for many, hence the reason the made replica back in the age. Unless you are a Japanese Numismatist you would not know.
    Selling for 30% above melt at £816. 
    Some additional information. This coin was made as a replica to the original in 1893. The Japanese moved to a decimal system in 1870 and prior to that were using Ichi bu kin, ichbugin, tempo koban and tempo obans which were becoming collectable and expensive hence the production of replicas to meet collector demand. They still contain real gold and are old and collectable depiste being replica's. 
    It has its original wooden box but of course no JDNA certificate. It will be in the UK from the 5th Oct since I gave to my friend to take over.  
    Below is an auction in Japan for an original which is the same size and weight as this one and the price is already over £4,700. So if yuo want an real gold replica which intrinsic gold value of 16g of pure gold, this may be a nice alternative. 
     





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    Marc got a reaction from Sovereign in 1829 Sovereign NGC AU53   
    An 1829 sovereign AU53 available for £1,300. I just upgraded to an MS63 so this can go. Not a bad looking coin despite the low grade and does seem pretty rare. I was happy for the time I had it but my new example kind of outshines it. 
     
     

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    Marc got a reaction from goldmember44 in 1829 Sovereign NGC AU53   
    An 1829 sovereign AU53 available for £1,300. I just upgraded to an MS63 so this can go. Not a bad looking coin despite the low grade and does seem pretty rare. I was happy for the time I had it but my new example kind of outshines it. 
     
     

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    Marc got a reaction from h103efa in 1829 Sovereign NGC AU53   
    An 1829 sovereign AU53 available for £1,300. I just upgraded to an MS63 so this can go. Not a bad looking coin despite the low grade and does seem pretty rare. I was happy for the time I had it but my new example kind of outshines it. 
     
     

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    Marc got a reaction from Norskgeld in 1829 Sovereign NGC AU53   
    An 1829 sovereign AU53 available for £1,300. I just upgraded to an MS63 so this can go. Not a bad looking coin despite the low grade and does seem pretty rare. I was happy for the time I had it but my new example kind of outshines it.