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Nonmortuus

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  1. Nonmortuus

    1989 Half and Full Sovereigns

    I agree azda. Given the premium difference in slabs between a 69 and a 70 I may just aim for a pre stabbed one.
  2. Another 1914 halfcrown, I have around 5 or 6 of these now.
  3. 1829 Halfcrown, a lot of the marks are on the slab...
  4. 1758 8 over 7 I think Sixpence.
  5. I have not posted for a while but here are a few additions: 1745 Sixpence
  6. Nonmortuus

    SRSNUM

    I would imagine URLs to a hosting site.
  7. Nonmortuus

    Stephen Hawkings 50p

    Yeah, take look on facebook, think there are 3 so far that had white marks on them.
  8. Nonmortuus

    Stephen Hawkings 50p

    There are a few on facebook complain about the gold proofs as they seem to have a residue on them.
  9. Thanks jaggy. I will try to get some pictures over the next few days.
  10. Thanks Rob, if is isn't a 8 over 7 its still a very nice example. If i remember I will bring it Sunday.
  11. Reviving an old thread..... As the title, is the overdate obvious under magnification? I just picked up another 1758 described as a 1758/7 but would welcome any tips on spotting the overdate or should it be blatantly obvious?
  12. Nonmortuus

    beautiful crown

    First thing I clocked... I still need one for my type example.
  13. Collecting mine from the Midland on Sunday 😀
  14. First time I have bid on LCA lots but I won one of two I was after. Another type box ticked.
  15. Nonmortuus

    1989 Half and Full Sovereigns

    That is the major reason I want one or both. I think they are rather nice to look at regardless of the price fluctuations and I feel it would be a nice addition 😀
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    1989 Half and Full Sovereigns

    I haven't really been tracking the price if I am honest but I am looking for an example of each to sit in my collection for a good 20 to 30 years providing I don't get hit by a bus! It does seem the graded ones carry a stupid premium though.
  17. I'm surprised it came back as cleaned @azda
  18. Nonmortuus

    Ebay's Worst Offerings

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BAG-OF-OLD-COINS-weight-13-9-kg/323677392174?hash=item4b5cad0d2e:g:-dMAAOSw8w1X3sTI:rk:5:pf:1&frcectupt=true Anyone fancy a punt???
  19. I just have some of the Bullion silver ones.
  20. As the title. Following the discussion on Azda thread can I have your opinions on grade please on this half crown. I dont mind slabbed coins and i am thinking of submitting it.
  21. What did that example grade at @coinkat?
  22. Thanks for the feedback. The fields actually look much better in hand and this was broken out of an ANACS slab before I bought it. At the time I felt that it had been undergraded as did the seller (obviously) but also the guys from Baldwin's on the next table.
  23. Here you go @azda The pic doesn't do it justice, I think it looks better in hand.
  24. Will do. Sorry been ill with flu all week.
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