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wanted 1989 sovereign PR/PF70

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I just got my results back from my 1989 3 coin set from Numi and it was 70/70 and 69 (for the half). You can have the £2 and £1 NGC 70's for £2,600 and I will include the box and postage. If yuo want the half as well then yuo can have that for an extra 250 pounds.   

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5 hours ago, fehk2001 said:

free 😁

Amazing that not more people are given warning points since this answer is just not useful at all and a pathetic attempt at trying to be funny which should be met with contempt. I will attempt to answer the question in a professional way worthy of this forum. 1989 haf sov is a key type of sov and very collectable. They range from £250 to £500 depending if graded or not and the actauly grade. If not graded having a box and coa also makes a difference as well as the condition. Another chap I will add to my blocked list.

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