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completed Shield back full sovereigns £348 x 4 (two coins left)

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Purchased from Sharps Pixley, price is £348 each including special delivery supplied in Air-Tite capsules.


The dates are 1854, 1886 (Sydney mint) , 1852 (sold) , 1863 (sold).

Buy two for £345 each, buy 3 for £342 each, buy all four £340 each and I will also give you a 1oz silver Maple as a gesture of goodwill.

would also swap them for bullion coins with low premium, make me an offer.

Thanks for looking 








1886 (Sydney Mint)














Edited by Nick1368

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3 minutes ago, Roy said:

They are nice coins.

Reason for sale?

good question Roy.

I am changing direction, I'd like to sell most of my high premium coins and replace them with low premium coins, as close to spot price as possible, I want to be more of a stacker than a collector.

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