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Lee_GVI

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  1. sorry for the wording I purchased these coins for 62 pounds in Canada.
  2. Purchase these coins in Canada for around 62 pounds ($100 CAD). Shillings: 1711 Queen Anne shilling. 1745 King George II shilling. 1787 King George III shilling. Half Crown: 1697 William III half crown.
  3. They did not cut out the middleman they become the middleman themselves, a very expensive one as well.
  4. https://www.royalmint.com/our-coins/ranges/historic-coins/victoria-and-the-victorian-era/victoria-gothic-crown-1847/ I did not expect this coin to appear on the Royal Mint website. It's still probably overpriced like the majority of their stuff though.
  5. I plan to get this coin graded, do you think it's worth it?
  6. Interesting, never knew they carried such a premium outside of Canada.
  7. How much do they cost there? Just curious?
  8. I do have an Australian 1937 Crown but I prefer the design on the British Crown. As for Canadian silver dollars, are they popular in the UK?
  9. New member here! Here is my recent acquisition 1937 Crown, paid around 34 CAD (20 quid) for this piece.
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