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  1. Et tu Brute

    Is this Elizabeth I groat OK?

    Hi to all, I'm new in this forum. Sorry for my bad English. I have a little experience with greek and roman coins, but am an absolute beginner with British. As a fan of the works of Shakespeare, I'm very interested in elizabethan coinage. I have a penny, and have purchased a shilling on a reputable seller. But I think that perhaps I have committed a mistake; I have just purchased on ebay a groat without further research, and I fear that the coin can be fake, because the seller has some suspicious roman coins. I attach the seller's photo. According to description, weights 0'9g. (can be a mistake, that can't be a groat) and measures 17mm. I would really appreciate any comment about the coin. When I receive it, I can post more pictures. Thanks
  2. BobTyke

    Terrible Journalism

    Is this some of the worst coin-related journalism ever? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5504579/Rare-2p-coins-sold-ebay-14k-one.html It claims the 1971 two-pence is "rare" (over a billion were made). It talks about coins being "printed". And it is completely uncritical of what the sellers are saying.
  3. sherlock_222

    Selling Different Kinds Of 50Ps

    Hey Guys, I'm selling a range of different 'special' 50ps on eBay and was wondering if anyone is interested in taking a look. Heres just a few I'm selling for really low prices! - Isle of Man TT Motorbike 1997 - Bailiwick of Guernsey Freesia Flower 1997 - Give women the vote 2003 - Four minute mile 2004 - Olympic Judo 2011 - Olympic Badminton 2011 - Olympic Handball 2011 - Olympic Fencing 2011 They are all in good to perfect conditions with minimum scratches/marks. I'll be adding more in the next few days/ Collecting 50ps is defiantly more of a hobby for me than a business so more than anything I like to think I am building up a fellow enthusiasts collection! Here's a link to the ones I am selling: http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/sherlock_222/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from= Thanks for reading and please take a look Sherlock_222