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This post is  a few days old but I order this 1959 sovereign on EBay. I'm nervous that it may be a fake but someone checked the serial number on the slab and it's seems to be real but I hear that people steal real serial numbers and use them to fool people into thinking that will receive a real coin. Anyways, all you British people have wonderful gold coins and thank you @Numistacker for all the sovereign videos as this purchase was because of you. As an American, I could buy a lot more of these than pre 33 gold. 




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a one dollar bill 4 troy ounces , this sadly went against my maximum price per oz of £16  but try as I might all sellers wouldn't let these go cheap , so I do love em so had to pay £80 posted , ahh well its put the average cost average up but whats it doing in the bank    zilch...…..

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Just picked up a 2011 American Eagle 25th Anniversary 5 coin set at the LCS near work today.  The W proof had incredible toning on it, and was a big reason I bought this set rather then continue looking for a blast white set.  I'm not one of those collector's that goes for toned ASE's usually, but this proof is striking with a beautiful dark blue to violet toning across the mirrored fields and Lady Liberty.









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Received an email out of the blue from Chards saying


Click on the link looked at the price, phone Chards to confirm coin was in good quality bullion condition and purchased the coin. Cheapest price paid for 1 oz Gold Queens Beasts Lion coin to date.


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