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blakeyboy

penny 1874h F76

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If anyone has a spare one, I'd love one.

I've virtually given up finding one by the usual routes.

Anything considered- still needing the last of the main 1874 types after all these years is driving me mad.

I have some spare 1874H F69's if some one wants one..

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Pity Prax is not about i know he had 2/3 ,maybe one at LCA which will be due to go online.

What i did find suprising is the english grading company have done 7 although only 2 F69.

Good luck .

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10 hours ago, PWA 1967 said:

What i did find suprising is the english grading company have done 7

Pete, is there any way that you can get me the photos to add to my website ?

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24 minutes ago, secret santa said:

Pete, is there any way that you can get me the photos to add to my website ?

Sorry but the coins and pictures are obviously not mine :)

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12 hours ago, PWA 1967 said:

What i did find suprising is the english grading company have done 7 although only 2 F69.

Good luck .

What sort of grades are they, Pete? Maybe the owners think it worth slabbing low grade F76 but not F69. 

Jerry

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21 minutes ago, jelida said:

What sort of grades are they, Pete? Maybe the owners think it worth slabbing low grade F76 but not F69. 

Jerry

Yes possibly Jerry :)

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13 hours ago, PWA 1967 said:

Pity Prax is not about i know he had 2/3 ,maybe one at LCA which will be due to go online.

What i did find suprising is the english grading company have done 7 although only 2 F69.

Good luck .

I notice there wasnt one in LCA.

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This one, which went for £450 hammer at the March 2014 LCA, has to be the bargain of the century. It's probably NVF and is totally issue free.

 http://www.londoncoins.co.uk/img.php?a=144&l=1857&f=r&s=m 

http://www.londoncoins.co.uk/img.php?a=144&l=1857&f=o&s=m

 

02/03/2014
Auction 144
English Coins Lot
1857
Penny 1874H Freeman 76 dies 7+I NF/VG with some scratches in the reverse field, very rare  £450

 

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I chickened out maybe 8 years ago- one in a nice VF went on Ebay for £450....I'm still annoyed.

Mind you, the winning bidder could have left £1000 on it, so who knows......

(Even a rough one would be enough to fill that gap...)

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2 hours ago, blakeyboy said:

I chickened out maybe 8 years ago- one in a nice VF went on Ebay for £450....I'm still annoyed.

Mind you, the winning bidder could have left £1000 on it, so who knows......

(Even a rough one would be enough to fill that gap...)

Just be patient. One will turn up at some point.

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On 2/7/2018 at 8:25 PM, 1949threepence said:

Just be patient. One will turn up at some point.

Take a look at lot No 1994 in the September 2019, LCA. Might be just up your street. 

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On 2/7/2018 at 6:09 PM, blakeyboy said:

I chickened out maybe 8 years ago- one in a nice VF went on Ebay for £450....I'm still annoyed.

Mind you, the winning bidder could have left £1000 on it, so who knows......

(Even a rough one would be enough to fill that gap...)

Sorry, should have quoted you so you get an alert. See my post above. 

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11 minutes ago, 1949threepence said:

Take a look at lot No 1994 in the September 2019, LCA. Might be just up your street. 

Ohhh!! That's right up my street. I might just go mad and risk living in the shed next month..

 

Thanks Mike!

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I've asked LC about how to get a bidder number, but from past experience I'm not holding my breath for a reply....

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12 hours ago, blakeyboy said:

I've asked LC about how to get a bidder number, but from past experience I'm not holding my breath for a reply....

Blake, just make whatever bid you want using this e mail address - info@londoncoins.co.uk - giving all your details: name, address, e mail address. Describe the coin and supply the lot No.

That's what I did on my first bid with LCA. I was automatically given a bidder number at that point (well either immediately, or when I'd won the coin).

Or when you've made your bid, call LCA and speak to Semra Cetin. Ask for acknowledgement, and how you get your bidder number.  

 

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Yes, it's as straightforward as that. Do exactly as Mike says. Or, if you want, I shall be attending and could bid up to your maximum on your behalf.

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When you place bids your account is given a number which will stick with you for subsequent sales.

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