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completed Saudi Guinea - SPOT PRICE

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Hi all. Tidying up and need to move on the following. Payment by PPFF and postage of your choice to be added. All coins come with capsules. Any questions then please message me. 

1) 1950 Saudi Guinea, genuine, not a jewellers copy. There is a tiny test scratch to the right of the 1 by the palm tree. Not really visible to the naked eye. 

£280 based on spot price of £1200

Thanks

 

 

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On 13/09/2019 at 12:29, silversurf said:

Hi all. Tidying up and need to move on the following. Payment by PPFF and postage of your choice to be added. All coins come with capsules. Any questions then please message me. 

1) 1950 Saudi Guinea, genuine, not a jewellers copy. There is a tiny test scratch to the right of the 1 by the palm tree. Not really visible to the naked eye. £320 Now £300

2) 2017 Privy Sovereign £ 300 SOLD

3) 1898 5 Rouble £155 (4,3g 90% AU) Now £150

4) 1910 Half Sovereign £145 SOLD

5) 1887 Half Shield £165 Now £150

6) 1890 Half Shield £165 Now £150

7) 1891 Half Shield £165     SOLD

8 ) 1892 Half Shield £165 Now £150

Thanks for looking 😁

Also open for exchange on Pamp Suisse Lady Fortuna 10 oz bar.

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30 minutes ago, JunkBond said:

Surprised the Saudi Guinea has not gone, looks 

The scratch??? I've just measured this and it's less than a couple of mm, tiny. I think the pictures make it look worse than it is. Rest of the coin is MS and showing very little wear.

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