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  1. Matteo95

    Gadoury auction 16th April

    This is an interesting auction with some tokens I would like to bid on, but shipping costs are quite important ... I live around 180 Km far from Monaco, and pay 25 € seems to be quite unfair.
  2. It seems to me to read Henric' ...
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    1864 Queen Victoria shilling

    I think that it's just the result of a slight shift during the struck procedure, in fact also the ": F" have the same feature
  4. I report this new publication about the Italian coins in the British Museum that maybe can be of your interest to. The Italian Coins in the British Museum - Volume 1: South Italy | Edizionidandrea
  5. I am curious to see the catalog of the Tony Abramson Collection of Dark Age Coinage, do you know if the auction has been postponed?
  6. Maybe a dealer who was offering on commissions
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    Help ID Scottish coin

    Thank you Paddy I guess you're right, I thought that price could be high too ... Even if it seems that the coins was sold (but they are a great dealer). In any case the date 1603 seems to be quite hard to find compared to the 1601 and 1602. I tried to see on the traditional online archives like acsearch or sixbid's archive and I found just an other 1603 quarter merk sold by DNW with two 1/8 merk 1062 in 2017.
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    Help ID Scottish coin

    Thanks you Rob ! You have been of great help, alone I would not have classified it. It is seems to be a scarce date https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.vcoins.com/en/stores/sovereign_rarities/263/product/scotland_james_vi_1603_quarter_merk_extremely_rare_date/1095141/amp.aspx
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    Help ID Scottish coin

    The date should be 1603 or maybe 1605.
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    Help ID Scottish coin

    Hi all, Any help for this coin would be very appreciated, unfortunately I don't own any book on the subject. Thanks The material seems to be silver Weight: 1.54g Diameter: 20 mm
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    Edward VIII penny for sale

    You know their market better than me so I guess you're right ... I think that probably today both coins could be sold to a higher amount due to the fact that the numismatic market has grown a lot during last years and even months.
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    Edward VIII penny for sale

    I guess that after the sovereign sold by the RM to a private collector for the "modest sum" of 1 million, the price of this penny could rise subsequently.
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    Henry III penny

    Hi all, I've recently found in a lot of coins bought at auction this nice penny. I would classify it as a Henry III penny , class 3b (mm 3) , Canterbury monneyer Nicole. Weight 1.47 g. Do you agree ? Thanks
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    Italy Carlo Emanuele III Coinage for the Sardinia Half Reale 1769
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