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  1. Well done Mike, now I know who outbid me😞. Pleased that it went to a Forum member😀
  2. Yes, very slight after the G, not so noticeable in reality but obviously magnified when enlarged.
  3. Hi Cartwheel, just as an extra couple of questions, you say that once the coins are in the coin holders then they are stored flat in coin trays. How are your coin tray then stored, are they in a cupboard or left out somewhere? The reason I am asking is it may be another factor that is causing the toning especially as you say it's often on one side. I would have guessed that Lighthouse would have become aware if there was a problem with their holders or the adhesive they are using. Are they genuine Lighhouse holders? Just trying to eliminate possibility Ian
  4. Yes, you are right Pete, a bit odd but it's the best I can photograph at the moment, but it's probably not gold 🤣Will try and get a better photo. You are right again about the different shades. I have some lovely examples of deep dark toning through to lighter shades. But with this one it hard to tell if it's MT or just natural aged toning.
  5. Hi Ian

    has the 1919 H gone?

    Ian

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    2. IanB

      IanB

      Sorry Ian, a little bit beyond my budget but thank you for letting me know.

      Ian

    3. alfnail

      alfnail

      No worries Ian, may I ask what you were hoping to get it for?

    4. IanB

      IanB

      Not really sure, did not have a figure in my mind. But £600 is just of my price range.

       

  6. Looks like a pomander https://uk.images.search.yahoo.com/yhs/search;_ylt=AwrIQZFA5clbHJsAP153Bwx.;_ylu=X3oDMTB0ZTgxN3Q0BGNvbG8DaXIyBHBvcwMxBHZ0aWQDBHNlYwNwaXZz?p=pomander&fr2=piv-web&fr=yhs-Lkry-SF01&hspart=Lkry&hsimp=yhs-SF01
  7. I am struggling to find the page on the Heritage website that tells me how much their charges are. Could some one let me know please. thank you. Also what a great collection👍 But also sorry that you are selling it, it must have taken many years to build😢
  8. So my one is as they call it "the companion piece" to your one. If only my one was as high a grade as yours, that would make a decent double act. Will be keeping my eyes open for one
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