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My pre-1937 Proof Sovereign collection so far

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5 minutes ago, Numistacker said:


I saw that one and thought that it was a little expensive but maybe they are open to a little negotiation ?


Certainly worth a try

I put two links for drake that have the full and half. Better grade half they have too but even more expensive!

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On 4/15/2018 at 18:06, Numistacker said:


Quite a few people ask me how I’m doing on building my proof Sovereign collection covering Sovereigns from 1937 before so I thought I would show you. Still quite a few gaps but it’s not doing too badly.



1887 (mintage about 750)






1911 with another half at NCS



1923 (mintage about 650)





I think 1893 should be doable in next six months with luck and that leaves a number of difficult or very expensive years like 1839, 1871, 1958 and these could take many years if ever...




Great examples of the 1937 proof coins. A few years ago we sold four 1937 proof sets (aFDC) to an American collector. He got them for a song! Wish we'd held onto them now.

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It’s a fair way down as they become expensive. My next is 1893 Proof Sovereign and of that takes me a year I will be happy

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