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  1. Numismagician

    1992 Lion £1 Coin?

    Hello, I've come across a £1 coin dated 1992 with a 'Standing Lion Rampant' design - can anyone shed some light on whether this is definitely a fake? I can't find record of it anywhere or even any other examples, save for this one on eBay - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Fake-1992-wrong-year-not-1999-94-Scottish-LION-RAMPANT-copy-1-ONE-POUND-COIN-/132308942283?hash=item1ece3a3dcb:g:EWUAAOSw1xhZovfB I enclose a short video of me turning it over as two separate photos of each side wouldn't be proof that they are both of the same coin: P.s. I'm new to all of this, so apologies if wrong section etc. Thanks!
  2. Smalltower52

    Is this £1 error a fake?

    Hi, I am very new to the subject of error coins. I found this £1 coin in my change this week and I have been researching ever since. I gather that most coins like this are probably a sign that they are fakes but this coin is very convincing to me, the novice. Can anyone offer me advice? Thanks in advance.