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LCA catalogue now online

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LCA catalogue now online if interested. 

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Thanks.

Lot 2021, an 1858 large rose penny, is not a small date.

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And I'm not convinced about the 1863 over 1.

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Spotted a couple of coins i fancy , ta.

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Wow, way too many gold and bullion recent issues. I just don't get the absolute madness over the rehashed Three Graces and Una. Would hate to be trapped into them for big money. Where are the numismatic issues?

I saw precious little of currency Vicky silver of quality and actually "nada para me".

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Have LCA stopped sending out printed catalogues?? I never received one for the March auction and have yet to do so this time too.

I much prefer browsing through a proper catalogue than squinting at one on a device...

Needless to say, if they have stopped sending catalogues to customers of many years on their mailing list. they haven't deigned to tell me!

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They stopped sending me catalogues too after I had gone a few auctions without buying. I suppose the expense is prohibitive if they feel a sale is unlikely. Which it is, given their current offerings.

Jerry

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1 hour ago, Martinminerva said:

Have LCA stopped sending out printed catalogues?? I never received one for the March auction and have yet to do so this time too.

I much prefer browsing through a proper catalogue than squinting at one on a device...

Needless to say, if they have stopped sending catalogues to customers of many years on their mailing list. they haven't deigned to tell me!

Funnily enough, I received one yesterday. But it's inconsistent and patchy. Sometimes I get one. More often I don't.

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For what it is worth, I haven't received a paper catalogue for several years now, yet I regularly buy from them, albeit I'm not a big spender, so the decision to send or not to send is not based on regular purchases or not.

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Did anybody win any lots over the weekend? In particular who got the 1922 reverse of 1927, F192A? Sadly a bridge too far for me financially, on this occasion.  

Nonetheless, I'm pleased to say that I won lot 2009, the 1831 no ww penny in about UNC with subdued lustre for £360, and lot 2036, the Freeman 169 1909 penny for £750.

The Freeman 169 is interesting in that the vast majority of specimens are virtually identical in grade, at just sub fine. Although there are a couple of better specimens, which may have been better value than mine. However, I am gratified to the extent that when the same coin originally sold at LCA in March 2013, it went for £1600. Maybe at a time when it was thought to be of a more extreme rarity than now.      

 

 

 

 

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On 6/7/2021 at 5:43 PM, 1949threepence said:

Freeman 169 1909 penny for £750.

Tidy example Mike, I'd be pleased with that. :)

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2 hours ago, mrbadexample said:

Tidy example Mike, I'd be pleased with that. :)

Cheers Jon.

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