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Fozi

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  1. I am just asking again because if you don't ask, you don't get! I have seen that a couple of 2016 NGC PF70 full sovereigns have sold recently. One on Coin Cab auction no.30 for £825. Then another on ebay sold on 3rd Jan for £810. Kicking myself that I missed them! Wondering if anyone has one they are looking to part with for close to that price bracket? Many thanks in advance.
  2. A bit of patience and I am quite confident I will find one for between £825-850. There are 540 NGC graded coins at PF70 out there. As a comparison only 93 1989 PF70s. Thank you for the offers/messages everyone. @1817Karl @jultorsk @goldmember44 @Marc @sovtsf
  3. Plus I think 7,495 were minted, 9,675 including the ones in sets. So not "rare".
  4. I am not saying a graded one at PF70 is worth the same as boxed and ungraded...? Not sure why you think that. I fully understand the premium that is added once a coin is graded at 70. I have purchased both slabbed and unslabbed coins in the past. I just don't like paying over the top
  5. Not saying yours isn't competitively priced it is just a bit more than I was looking to spend. I have not seen many graded ones for sale
  6. thank you, I have seen the one you have at £1045. I am able to buy an ungraded and boxed one for £795 and put in for grading myself so looking for a competitive price for a graded to save me the wait and hassle.
  7. Hi all, looking for a 2016 full sovereign, NGC graded at PF70. Please let me know if anyone has one to sell, many thanks
  8. It was a 2002 full 'proof' sovereign, no box but COA for £400. I believe the photos are clear but I am relying on a judge who may have never even looked at a sovereign before or understand the concept of a proof coin. Yes I agree, worst case scenario is a he said/she said with the outcome being not enough evidence to prove anything. I lose time and the seller loses £35 case fee plus hearing fee plus any 'expert' fee. So any luck he will be down over £100 by the end of it.
  9. Yes, he has mentioned the need of an 'expert' to asses the coin. From his point of view, the issue is how would he prove that the coin was unmarked when he sent it to me? The expert cannot confirm that. The expert can confirm that the coin is no longer a proof coin in proof condition but cannot comment on when the coin was damaged. There is no proof that I damaged the coin at all only evidence that it was marked before it was sent to me. He seems to think I shell out money to damage a coin and send it back for fun? From my point of view I only collect proof coins in true proof condition and send them to hopefully grade at 70 and then add to my collection. Hence why I got him to confirm that it was unmarked and anything other than unmarked would be sent back.
  10. Possibly. A lack of common sense is more the issue I think. Either way be careful with these dodgy eBay sellers!
  11. 1. police doing sweet FA is what we are used to! If I want to counterclaim I think I have to submit it as a new claim and that will cost me money. I'd rather just get rid of this and learn my lesson. 2. His English isn't the best and the claim form was submitted at 1:10 AM. Which is defiantly the right time of day to do these things! From what I can understand, he says the coin is now only worth scrap. His claim is for the full amount of the coin when in reality because he has the coin back, it should be the difference between scrap value and the full amount. So another error on his part. 3. Yes they do a court video link from what I have seen as we have different courts selected on the claim info. Thank you
  12. Yes. case number and everything. He has submitted his side of the story as have I. Just waiting on the court to put a date on it. I am not worried about losing at all, I just hate it sitting in my head even though I know I have done nothing wrong.
  13. 3.1 million people in Wales. I will be sure he is named but wont before the case is settled.
  14. Follow this topic, once the court case is over I absolutely will. For now all I can say is that he is from Wales.
  15. He is a private seller. Yes the law protected me and I got refunded but his claim is that I damaged the coin. He says that it was unmarked when he sent it to me but it clearly was marked because his listing photographs have marks that turned out to not be on the capsule but on the coin. The evidence speaks for itself. My recommendation to anyone is to film yourself opening a package when it arrives and examine the coin all on film to prove you haven't damaged it at all up to the point you decide to return it. The biggest injustice in all this is that I am not allowed to leave negative feedback on his eBay profile to warn other members. EBay say this is because it is a disputed transaction and they do not want to take sides just enforce their policy. I just hope that I can help people be aware that a 100% positive eBay feedback means F all!
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