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Nortypeter

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    !!! CURRENTLY LOOKING TO PURCHASE 50 OUNCES BULLION SILVER.COINS / BARS AND10 OUNCES GOLD BULLION AT LOWEST PRICE PER OZ !!!.from 2grams to 1oz.

    WANTED :small sizes from 2.5g-3gram gold coins and bars to sovereign size to 1ounce and also 1ounce,5ounce,10ounce Silver coins and bars.and 1/10th to 5gms platinum coins and bars.I will pay around spot price possibly a little more.your very best prices only.quick cash same day paid for local to east manchester deals

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  1. Big Thankyou to all of you on the Forum,especialy those of you who I have been lucky enough to buy from, and all that have given excellent advise and help to myself and everyone else.when needed.I am very grateful to This Silver Forum. Have a FAB Christmas and New Year. Bright Blessings
  2. thankyou King Gent.much appreciated, im on it. any other books,others can recommended,please post.
  3. looking to widen my knowledge on half and full sovereigns.and am wondering if should buy an older version or newer version of his books.i ask as im not sure whether newer books are updated versions or just reprints of the same book. also best books out there that that cover other gold and silver coinage that will increase my knowledge beyond asking questions here. I will appreciate any recommendations.
  4. I paid £7.50 inc postage,which I think was an ok price,and what ive been paying for other very nice examples of Victoria sixpenses.
  5. I recently acquired this nice little Tanner.i thought it was just the way the image was originaly photographed that made it look gold,but when it arrived it was definitely gold in colour.so a little research turned up that this coin introduced in 1887 was very quickly halted in production and replaced with a different design,because people were gilding /colourising them to look gold and were actualy passing them of as Gold Sovereigns which were similar size and same design sat that date.anyways my coin looks to be in really nice condition,surviving 132 years and looking like it as virtualy no wear and just light markings/scratches only.im not sure if this has any real value other that just interest only,but would be interested to know if it has,and how it would be classified condition wise and valued. take a look,images taken with phone so not so good. show me your "gold Tanner" sixpense
  6. just love those Victorian Jubilees. cant get enough of them myself.
  7. Where are these being posted from, and have you got a quote for insured signed for postage to UK
  8. another one very simllar on ebay right now ,but loads a money https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Superb-Large-1955-Sterling-Silver-City-and-Guilds-of-London-Institute-Medal/153705652685?hash=item23c99221cd:g:1r4AAOSwZTlduxpj
  9. Buyer.if you have made a paypal payment,you should check that you have sent the payment to the correct email address.a simple error could have been made by mispelling the payment too details.if that were the case you will need to phone paypal.also if you have sent the seller your own email address in a pm,the seller can the contact paypal to find out if a payment is in the system.
  10. howsabout sending the seller a message of a screenshot which shows your paypal payment.
  11. I would email them with a link to this thread.also advising them that their reputation is possibly being damaged by their attitude towards resolving this problem in a satisfactory manor,which is theirs in the making by not advising buyers that the coin has damage.also asking them to reconsider their offer by partialy refunding you down to spot price to resolve this matter in an amicable way,which in turn would give other buyers the confidence to deal with them in future.
  12. just looked at video.working out current price of silver is UK £13.15 ounce - 2% = £12.89 ounce.is this correct,are they really shipping out this .999 silver coins mixed at this price inc postage.and is there UK tax to be paid on delivery and mixed coins Gold.24ct at £1.120 oz delivered ?