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  1. Sovereign Rarities price for 2oz gold: £10900 on Monday night £11500 yesterday £13500 now Britannia Coin Company had 2 available yesterday and it is out of stock today. It looks like there’s strong demand for them on the secondary market.
  2. I think it is random on purpose. There are two main ways to manage an online queue. The First Come First Served and the Service In Random Order. My understanding, from my experience and experiences of other forum members, is that the Royal Mint is using the second one. So it doesn’t matter what time you have joined the queue between the time the queue system is in place (usually 8:30 or 8:45) and before 9:00 (for a 9:00 am sale). At 9:00 anyone in the queue will get a random place. If you refresh the page after that you will loose your place in the queue. Also I have the impression that after the problems with the Three Graces release, where many orders were cancelled, the Royal Mint has slowed down the process. It allows less customers placing orders at the same time so in average it takes more time waiting in the queue after 9:00 for the same number of customers to enter the website.
  3. @SovCollectorand @GoldenGriffin thank you for your advice. I will have another look tonight and I will decide if sending back or not. I am really happy being part of this amazing community.
  4. @SovCollector, @sovtsf, and @Frenchie thank you for your replies. The mark in the red circle is definitely on the coin and looks like a scratch when I look at it with a loop but I'm not 100% sure. All others must be dust. I was thinking to send it back for a replacement. They told me that they will check it and if they agree that there is damage on the coin it will be replaced with a new struck coin. There is a risk as I cannot insure the coin for the value it has and I can't be sure that I will not just get someone else's return...
  5. This is my first post even though I have been following the silver forum daily for some months now. It is full of knowledge and useful information for someone new in the precious metals world like me. I was lucky enough to buy a gold three graces coin but I am not sure about the condition and if I should return it to royal mint for an exchange. I have attached some photos and any advice would be much appreciated. Thank you Theodoros
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