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  1. Hi Chris. Are any of the coins dated earlier than 1935 please? Thanks.
  2. Will be great to see the photos Andrew. Very exciting!
  3. The silver proofs are tempting. The Matte version has a much lower mintage. It would be good if there were some photos available.
  4. Bump. Only selling because I have two. The other one is in a Royal Mint set with original newspaper.
  5. Very interesting. Thanks for sharing. Is it possible to tell if the 10oz silver James Bond coin will be proof or bullion?
  6. They are of course no longer available on the Royal Mint website, but it is showing a price of £360.
  7. Thanks both for taking the time to provide me with further guidance. It is much appreciated.
  8. It is quite cool finding this coin. To think that it could have been dropped by someone over 2,000 years ago when our garden was most probably a field! We let you know if we find any more coins.
  9. Thank you very much for pointing me in the right direction. I will do a Google search to find out more details. All the best, Chris
  10. Hi everyone, I hope that you are enjoying the sunshine. We moved house at the start of this year and have been reclaiming the flower beds which haven’t been touched for multiple years. Digging over one of the flower beds this morning we found the item shown in the photos. It is in very poor condition, but I believe that I can see a head on one side. Is it a coin or just a lump of metal? The diameter is about 35mm, the thickness about 3mm and the weight about 27g. It is slightly domed. If it is a coin it doesn’t look like it is worth much due to the condition, but I would like to know more about and how best to look after it. Any advice would be much appreciated. Many thanks, Chris
  11. For Sale: Royal Mint 75th Anniversary of VE Day 2020 UK £2 Gold Proof Coin Limited Edition Presentation of just 475 coins and sold out. ALLOY Inner: 22 carat yellow gold. Outer: 22 carat red gold WEIGHT 15.97 g DIAMETER 28.40mm Brand new with all original packaging, box, leaflet and COA Selling for the same price as I paid. No offers please as this is my lowest price. £1,055 plus post at buyer’s choice and risk. Payment by PayPal friends and family or bank transfer. UK only. Thank you for your interest.
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