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  1. Very nice example, better than mine for sure. Graded prices have gone crazy in the last few years, good buy!
  2. I have a raw one going at £355, let me know if you'd like some photos.
  3. 20 available, £720 each. £700 each. Available for collection or post.
  4. I estimate £360 + post would be a good price for that particular specimen. There's also no need to crop the fine gentleman's name and today's date off the bottom of the photos. I believe it to be quite a nice name. Best regards, Callum Hill-Sharif P.S. facetious humour aside, I believe £360 to be a good price.
  5. Hello everyone, I have here 8, 2012 anniversary edition full sovereigns. Priced at £335 each + Post
  6. Hi all, For sale a 1918 Indian mint sovereign, NGC MS62, it has a really nice lustre to it. Price is £450 + post Cheers
  7. Hi, it hasn't been hallmarked, but I have done a specific gravity test on it and it came back at 21.27. I'll upload a video if I can later.
  8. .999+ Fine Platinum Ingot 53.3g, note that my scales are 0.10g optimistic. Spot price of the ingot at time of posting is £1,545. Asking price is £1,600, ~3.55% over current spot. Thanks for viewing.
  9. This, "they will allow cancellation if they cannot fulfil your order", this is ambiguous and deliberately so I would imagine. It's at Baird&Co's complete discretion whether or not they can fulfil your order, i.e. they have you by the ba££s. Joking aside and as previously mentioned they're a reputable dealer; you'll have your metal soon enough, you're just going to have to be a bit more patient than you anticipated.
  10. I placed a fairly large order of silver bars with Baird&Co maybe 6 months ago; I believe they were then quoting a delivery time of 3-4 weeks. In the end they took around 6 weeks to deliver the goods. Unfortunately for yourself, their quoted delivery time is an estimate, not a guarantee. Therefore you are relying on their reputation (which is excellent mind you) to deliver in due course. In theory a cancellation clause would be great. But in practice it will likely create huge headaches for Baird&Co. There are many factors to their operational process that are simply out of their control and which can't necessarily be accounted for timewise. Saying this, I know of more Baird&Co orders that have been delivered late than were on time. They really should start be more respectful to their customers and give a more appropriate lead time, because 4 weeks does seem optimistic at best at the moment.
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