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NewStacks

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    Proof gold coins & sets.

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  1. Unsure if this is of interest to anyone. The link contains a list of UK auctions, for November that contain sovereigns: https://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/search-results?searchterm=Sovereign+ Be advised if you are not competent with online auction bidding etc be careful with the final price. Different auction houses charge different buyers premiums and you also have to factor in VAT / sales tax. Hopefully someone will find this useful. Kind regards & happy hunting Simon
  2. Good day all, I wanted to get some feed back on issues I’ve had with the quality of some of the Queens Beasts 1/4 oz Gold Proof coins. I know Numistacker did mention this in one of his videos. There seems to be a mint process error or unusual blemish in the middle of some of the coins. It’s not the frosting on the coin, but some sort of manufacturing issue. I wanted to get peoples feedback and if they have had similar issues. Image 1: 1/4 oz Proof Red Dragon of Wales Unusual blemish on Dragons claw Image 2: 1/4 oz Proof Yale of Beaufort Unusual blemish around hoof area Image 3: 1/4 oz Proof Yale of Beaufort Picture taken under microscopic loupe without LED lights on Image 4: 1/4 oz Proof Unicorn of Scotland Again unusual blemish around the hoof (plus a mark at the bottom) Thank you all in advance. P.S All of the above coins were either sent back or in the case of the Unicorn of Scotland, I gave the dealer feedback and passed on purchasing.
  3. Good day all, I just wanted to do the civil thing and introduce myself properly to the community. My name is Simon, hailing from the U.K, but have been living in Canada for the past 7 years. I’ve recently started collecting coins and found an unknown passion in doing so. I look forward to being an active member of the community. Kind regards & blessings Simon P.S I will post pictures of my small collection on the correct forum soon (we all have to start somewhere).