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    Lunar series

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  1. Really was ! It’s good to know that within the forum, there is always somebody on the lookout for something.
  2. Selling off the coins from my stack that have more premium to reinvest into government backed BU coins. 2008 2oz Kookaburra in its original Perth Mint capsule. £65 & postage 2002 2oz Kookaburra in its original Perth Mint capsule. £65 & postage . i prefer to use Special Delivery as it keeps everyone covered should the coins get lost. in this case £7.40 is the cost per coin each but weirdly if both sent together it’s the same price as they fall into the same weight limit / charge. if any one wants a lesser postage choice, I can get the price and let them know but at their risk. Postage cost is based on within the UK.
  3. Hi all. Offering my 1992 Perth Mint 2oz Kookaburra NAA fair privy mark 1 of 500 coins with C.O.A and in original presentation box. £130 Posted within UK.
  4. Hi all. wanting to reduce the amount of premium coins in my stack and offering up 10 x 2019 30g Panda’s. Still in their capsule as purchased form the European Mint. due to the value involved I can only use Royal Mail Special Delivery which will cost £7.40 as I found out yesterday when posting 10 other coins. asking for £170 & postage for the 10 coins. Postage within the UK
  5. Cheers.. I have amended my original post to show Aurinum (dot) de.
  6. Just received a 1oz silver 2016 Chiwoo Cheonwang BU medal in the post from a German website.. ( only EU coin I could find ) ,the listing gave the full description and a picture of a coin in a capsule, turns out the picture was generic and the coin was in a waxed paper flip style envelope and not a capsule. The coin has obvious toning to one face and rim, the coin also has milk spotting and two tiny dings on the rim , I have been advised I cannot return the coin after all of the above was reported back to Aurinum dot de and the reason for not being able to do so was " this is normal for older silver coins and a sign of genuine silver" I know the coin is bullion and not proof, but I do not have one bullion coin or round in my collection with issues like this coin. I will keep it , but I could have purchased a MS70 coin in a slab for not much more money, Huge note to self to ask more precise questions in future if there are not enough pictures of the actual coin to back up its description.