Another sovereign bought on this great forum. This time a 1886 Sydney shield reverse, young head sovereign with some nice detail and rated scarce by Marsh.
My partner doesn’t know it yet but we won’t be getting a hot tub until July now. 😬
Some nice bits through the post this weekend,
two more 1 gram bars to fill my pamp box slowly with another three this Friday haha,
a royal mint card which think me has me hooked for more, and a heraues one thanks to @Gordy @AndrewSL76
Whilst we believe that members should utilise the trading feedback system and TSF itself should not intervene in members trading between each other. On this occasion we have decided that it is better for the community to close this member's account.
Members who wish to list items for auction please understand the risks of doing so, please see this topic here on hidden reserves not being allowed, which is linked to in the QuickStart Guide to trading, and suggests to list an auction at a minimum starting price you are willing to accept. Or, what is more recommended; simply list your trade listing as a ‘for sale’ with your asking price. You have more flexibility when listing a ‘for sale’ listing opposed to an auction, in a ‘for sale’ listing you can set your price and invite offers and then always reduce your price if there was no interest at your original asking price. Any item that is listed as an auction, the seller should uphold their word and sell at the final auction price to the applicable winning bidder. It is also not possible to list an auction on TSF if you have listed your items elsewhere.
Please complete any outstanding trades with @ali187 before 24th June 2021 (so by the end of 23rd June 2021 UK forum server time), when their account will then subsequently be closed.
I also think we’ve convinced ourselves we ‘need’ this coin in a huge diameter and don't get me wrong, it is impressive, but small is also beautiful and impressive if you think about all the detail in the shield reverse sovereigns etc which are tiny.
photo: 5oz vs 10oz gold
I fear that, in a year where all talk has been on a bug known as Covid-19, I accidently picked up another one.
The silver bug; collector's edition.
I'll be honest, I really liked this design for Euryale, but I'm not a fan of the other rounds in the series.