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PapaLazarou

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  1. You're right, the ebay price is ridiculous. Although I'm no expert, I suspect a good price would be £600-650. Perhaps @danmc82 or @CoinStruck might be able to help further,
  2. After further research I am more convinced of my first thoughts. The link below shows a photo with the "chief engravers" literature in the left background... https://cambridgeshirecoins.com/products/2014-proof-coin-year-set-commemorative-edition-birthday-gift-box-coa On sale for £140
  3. I may be wrong but I believe this is no more than the RM 2014 6-coin Commemorative Proof Set. I can see no mention of it even being silver in your photos. If this is the case it would, sadly, have a retail price of less than £150...see link. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2014-PROOF-COMMEMORATIVE-COIN-SET-INCLUDING-QUEEN-ANNE-5-FIVE-POUND-C-O-A/312928891320?hash=item48dc03f1b8%3Ag%3AtoUAAOSwXSZeEcFl&LH_BIN=1 Apart from there being no reference to "chief engraver master proofs", they look identical. Please ignore my comments if your set is actually PM.
  4. PapaLazarou

    Brexit Coin

    I believe you may have overlooked the "People's Vote" 50p issue...
  5. This 50p came in both 1992 and 1993 Royal Mint BU Collections. I have one of each set available, both in immaculate condition. Photos of actual items to follow. Stock photos for the moment, Priced at £55+ postage of your choice. BT (preferred) or PPFF
  6. Given the sale price of an Edward VIII sov and the current gold/silver ratio, I am prepared to accept £50k
  7. @ilovesilverireallydo Any links to images or details? Piedfort? @MickB I think you're correct, the closer I look the more I believe I see minor differences twixt the two. Another one is the shape of the haircut above the forehead. Or am I imagining that? Also, having re-weighed: 41.9g - so another reason to think it different, unless a 2,5% difference is insignificant (?) The plot thickens.
  8. I see the Ebay listing with a suspected mintage of 1....best make that at least 2. No further info there. Please post a link to the plated "fantasy" coin.
  9. I found this coin on a tray in a box of coins I bought at an auction house. I have been unable to find any info on it and hope someone here might help. Weight 41g, diameter 38mm, milled edge.