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Inglebert

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  1. Reduced to just £1750 - with the gold price at £1517, that's about a 15% premium for a coin that sells from dealers well in excess of £2000. The comparator at http://goldprice.eu5.net/test/ shows the cheapest in stock unicorn at over 40% premium.
  2. Bump - and with today's gold price increase in sterling, this is now only an 18% premium over the spot price!
  3. Hi - I am selling my 1oz Gold QB Unicorn, pictures below taken a couple of weeks ago but didn't get a chance to list it until now! There is some scratching on the obverse, but I can't see anything on the Unicorn side - I've tried to show condition as clearly as possible in the photos but please do remember it is a bullion coin. Price is £1750, including Special Delivery, to be paid by bank transfer and I'm happy to use @BackyardBullion's intermediary service. Any questions or requests for other photos, just let me know. Thanks for looking.
  4. I have a 1oz Gold Unicorn I'm likely to list in the next few days. It's got some scratching on the obverse, but even so, given the rarity and demand, I would want a fair chunk more that £1600.
  5. $1,000,000 face value - gulp! I guess you're unlikely to buy a newspaper with it, but it'd be interesting to see the newsagent's face ! There's also a video from Perth Mint about it:
  6. I've never been in their shop, but I have bought mail order from ATS, no issues at all.
  7. Bump - and price reduced to 5% below spot - £782, details above.
  8. I 100% agree with the approach. Be careful with cutlery, you do get cutlery with some parts silver, some steel, although I agree that spoons are safer than knives. Trays are generally ok. If you look at candlesticks make sure you get a photo looking up inside the candlestick base - if it's flat on the bottom (whether felt or silver bottom) it's weighted. I haven't noticed many filled cups, but maybe that's just because I wasn't looking at them. Personally, I wouldn't buy anything without a traceable clear hallmark - lots of info on hallmarks at http://www.silvercollection.it/englishsilver
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