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auleAboutNumismatics

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  1. Managed to get one silver 2oz after some trouble with the queuing and getting the right link!. Hopefully it gets through! By the way, maybe i missed something, why is it a 2020 coin instead of 2021??
  2. Awesome pick up of coins with character and loads of history!
  3. PCGS in general seems to have higher quality picture in the certification database, which is great. Especially useful for comparison to the actual coin and checking the coin condition... i think NGC could do better in this area...
  4. The privy mark of "165" to celebrate Australia’s first sovereign is a little... too much 😉
  5. What a beauty! 😍 Saw many other cases at the background too!
  6. Any news when the new version will be available?
  7. Interesting, now i also saw the 1837 Victoria pattern sovereign... 🙂
  8. We all know that the modern sovereign starts in 1817, where there is a 200 years anniversary in 2017. While searching PCGS population, I saw this surprising 1816 sovereign pattern which is totally different : https://www.pcgs.com/pop/detail/george-iii-1816-1820/4012 And the next year in 1817, we have a totally different design... Image from PCGS
  9. Is there 5 variation for the Victoria young head? I always thought that there are only 2; shieldbacks and St. George
  10. Privy to commemorate events related to the coin itself once in years/decades could be meaningful. I think privy are overused these days for marketing, and loses it's uniqueness...
  11. Interesting silver bar, as 2019/2020 will be remember in years to come due to COVID. A coin version will be interesting too...
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