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  1. why so many ?? I have a few of these,
  2. ok I know its ebay but why on earth would you pay around £120 for a kew gardens 50p ??? sold listings ebay funny cause I still think they are listed about 4 quid in spinks you could almost buy a 1981-4 proof half sovereign with that
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    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    I wouldn't have a clue with these, always wanted one but too worried I will buy a lemon, even doing these now 1937 crown copy
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    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    apparently its a great Forgery 1933 crown
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    Toning while slabbed

    shame about the toning on these and worse, would have been a stunning set https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Great-Britain-1950-Proof-Set-in-Original-Case/173499422331?hash=item28655f167b:g:AF0AAOSwO6tbhH-B
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    Possible Edward I or II Coin

    I get as far as Henry 3 then i'm stumped until Edward the boy king lol
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    Possible Edward I or II Coin

    haha I reckon if I quoted Edward I class 10 f i'd be right in 99% of id's lol why does the class 10 seem to be the most common ? i'm sure I read in the great re coinage of Edward I something like 130,000,000 pennies were struck ?
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    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    do you have a link to any in particular ?
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    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    why o why are people buying the 2019 peter rabbits on ebay for more than the asking price at the Rm while they still have them in stock https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=2019 peter rabbit silver proof 50p&LH_Complete=1&LH_Sold=1&rt=nc&_trksid=p2045573.m1684
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    stamps

    yes our history teacher was the same, we had a stamp club and that's where it came from,
  11. any stamp collectors on here ? I used to collect stamps as a child, a friend and me used to go to the monthly stamp fair at fullwell cross library Barkingside in the late 80's, and got friendly with a local stamp dealer that lived near us in Upney. , so we didn't have the usual fair for a childs collection, was all about phosphor lines and nice cancellation marks, he used to give us 1000's of George v ones to go thru looking for the different colour backgrounds etc, Bernard Stibbard, doubt he is still alive now
  12. any stamp collectors on here ? I used to collect stamps as a child, a friend and me used to go to the monthly stamp fair at fullwell cross library Barkingside in the late 80's, and got friendly with a local stamp dealer that lived near us in Upney. , so we didn't have the usual fair for a childs collection, was all about phosphor lines and nice cancellation marks, he used to give us 1000's of George v ones to go thru looking for the different colour backgrounds etc, Bernard Stibbard, doubt he is still alive now
  13. I have them all from Edward 7 to lizzi, well the cheaper ones, filled up the Whitman folders, don't have a 1905 though, only one, I remember seeing a stunning one in a coin shop in southend some years ago, was 95 quid, looks cheap now lol
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