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whuamai

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  1. It's a quite good price. A LMU Gold collector who hasn't got one yet should buy that one in my opinion. Looks like shipping is quite cheap to germany, just wondering how the condition is...
  2. Prices in EUROS Shipping from Germany Insured shipping up to 500 Euros costs 14 Euros / Tracked and uninsured letter costs 4 Euros Payment in advance via bank transfer Pictures available on request Some prices are negociable I reserve the right too change prices due to changing market prices of pm's. 10 Francs Napoleon laurete head 1864 A - 135 10 Francs Napoleon bare head 1860 BB - 130 20 Lire Vittorio Emanuele 1865 XF-MS -240 50 Francs 1857 A (rim dmg)- 570 20 Francs Belguim 1914 Albert Uniform, dutch text - 270 20 Francs Switzerland Helvetia (old type) 1892 - 240 10 Bolivares Venezuela 1930 - 170 20 Dinara Serbia 1882 - 350 20 Markka Finnland 1904 MS - 400 40 Francs Louis Phillipe 1836 A - 480 100 Lire Carlo Alberto 1832 - 1350 20 Zlotych Poland 1925 - 500 20 Francs Napoleon mit Kranz 1811A (bad condition)- 235 20 Lire ItalyCarlo Felice 1828 L PCGS XF45 - 330 5 Rubel 1890 -479 Euro 20 Lire Sardinia 1818 PCGS AU50 - 800 20 Francs Tunisia(only minted 2 years) 1903- 245 100 Francs Angel 1879 PCGS AU58 - 1250 10 Francs Tunisia 1891 AU-MS condition - 160
  3. Damn...here it's every few weeks... Then I would sell to the forum If you have time...wil bring you more than selling to a dealer.
  4. In my country and some other European country's ebay has special offers which only charge a fee from 1 to 5 euros. Doesn't ebay in the USA also have these offers from time to time?
  5. If you have time and want the maximum money for it then seperate them and sell slowly via ebay with special offer and on forums. If you need fast money and you are ok with getting less..then compare offers from dealers and sell there.... I guess if you sell some stuff here some members would be glad getting good prices and you would probably get more than from a dealer...
  6. whuamai

    George III sovereigns

    you could go to a local coin dealer who knows about these coins and ask him for hes opinion. Grading is expensive...and if it gets graded the grade wouldn't be good I guess...
  7. whuamai

    George III sovereigns

    I have just compared your picture to sovereign pictures from the same date. To me the condition of the coin doesn't look like good or hardly worn.... I would say it's worn down alot. I am no expert of sovereigns, but I have weighed many coins which should weigh 6,45 grams. Due to wear some quite worn coins had weights down to about 6,30. So if a sovereign weighs about 0,18 grams less, it should be quite worn. If it's in a good condition I would estimate a fake, if it's worn I think it's a normal weight difference. Hope this helps you. Would be interested in other opinions.
  8. whuamai

    George III sovereigns

    I am no expert of sovereigns, but I have weighed many coins which should weigh 6,45 grams. Due to wear some quite worn coins had weights down to about 6,30. So if a sovereign weighs about 0,18 grams less, it should be quite worn. If it's in a good condition I would estimate a fake, if it's worn I think it's a normal weight difference.