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  1. Back in the day, the 1977 Jubliee crown were available from high street Banks for 25 pence. I kept mine but it has little value. I also have a proof sterling silver version. They generally sell for a little over the spot price of silver.
  2. It just goes to show that there are people in this world who are morally bankrupt and are prepared to lie, cheat and steal from the unsuspected πŸ™„
  3. The 1902 sov seen fine to me. But I have reservation about the 1911 coin. It doesn't look right. Judging from the photo, it seems to be a casted copy. Perhaps others can comment.
  4. Hello! Welcome to the forum πŸ‘
  5. Damn! That is a good deal. I would have grabbed them all given a chance πŸ˜‰
  6. https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/ Coronavirus Deaths: 850,877 then compare with other causes of deaths under Health https://www.worldometers.info
  7. An interesting coin from the Perth Mint. Anyone like it enough to buy one ? Product Features New release from The Perth Mint featuring the never-before featured cute Quokka Mintage of 30,000 worldwide with only 15,000 available outside Australia Each coin contains 1 oz .9999 of pure silver Presented in an individual acrylic capsule Each coin’s reverse includes a security feature in the form of a micro-laser engraved letter within the design. It is only detectable under a magnifying glass. Coin's observe: bears the Jody Clark ef
  8. He sold quite a few fake pre-1920 silver coins so would not expect his gold coin to be genuine either. Compare the image of the seller's coin to one on Numista, I see noticeable flaws https://en.numista.com/catalogue/pieces24370.html
  9. So original ! Besides, it is $1 now due to high inflation ! πŸ˜„
  10. For those who wish to understand what actually happened in HK, have a listen to an expat who has lived there since 1980s.
  11. Says who? I have not known this to be the case apart from hearing this kind of propaganda from the mainstream media. This is not racism, it is actually discrimination. They are afterall ethnic chinese. Many who live in HK were originally from the mainland anyway !! Many HKers are stuck in 1980s, having a mindset from that era when the mainlanders were less prosperous than they. Many have not even visited the cities like Beijing, Shanghai, Chongqing or even Shenzhen just across the border. Yes, they are too proud. Like a frog in a deep deep well, they do not see t
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