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    All sizes of Perth mint silver Lunars I , II , III
    All sizes of Perth mint silver Kookaburras
    Stacking all sizes bullion sovereigns too.

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  1. I've left mine in the packing too. Just incase i do sell it's all there. Personally i'm not too bothered.
  2. That's the ones i use for my bullion sovereigns.
  3. Expect the worst, Hope for the best and what you get is somewhere inbetween. The only crisis i've experenced was the delayed 5 Toz silver Ox.
  4. I've stopped stacking silver at just shy of 2000 Toz (inc. collections) but that was due to Brexit/TAX. I've added 2 Toz in sovereigns to my gold stack and a further 1.75 Toz in semi-numi collectables too. When my current series are complete i will be stopping the silver completely except the Perth mint lunars, kooks, wedgetail eagles. I find that silver is something that i prefer the look of but like Platinum more and more when i can get it.
  5. COA doesn't certify anything. When you are certain it is the original coin you've got it's just more packing! If you're wanting a specific number then it's a scan and print job to make it look official.
  6. Got excess of 5 Toz of gold but not sure about the number of coins.
  7. Just remember that there are several sizes of sovereign. The full and double are personal favorites and for stacking 1/2 and full are best. I would stay clear of the sovereigns and Brits direct from the mint due to the poor quality.
  8. Looking at a 0.05, 0.1, 0.25, 0.5 and 1.0 Toz typeset of the Perth Mint 2021 year of the ox at the moment. the 0.05 and 0.1 do look small but they really do hold lots of detail. The 0.25 is a fine looking coin with just the right amount of detail that can be easily seen. the 0.5 and 1.0 coins IMO are just bigger versions of the 0.25 coin.
  9. If you're going to try it just make sure that the sovereign hasn't any numi value or you could wipe all that value away in one clean sweep!
  10. That's the very ones ui remember. Anyone want to do an update?
  11. It may be a good starting point for children that can spend some pocket money from time to time as an interesting hobby or the completeists who must have everything from the series!
  12. What is the difference between a poor quality coin from the mint and a cleaned coin? Surely they are both damaged, any graded would verify that and be worth spot unless particularly sought after!
  13. I would like that to be true. It would be a bit like the £20 coin though. Except the price tag!
  14. Did you go for the ringed caps or direct fit ones?
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