Ladies and gentlemen of good standing Dakaras productions in association with Mrs "Get rid of some of that c**p" are proud to present our attempt and just for fun (well and some cash) TSFs most random auction ever.
For your bidding consideration we are happy to present the following.
8 grams of random silver coins that are frankly clucked purity unknown I'm calling it .400
One mint sealed roll of 1971 half pennies, time to stack copper you know it makes sense.
12 Sigma tested Cupro Nickel Crowns
One contemporary COPY 1937 Aussie crown starting to rust and YES magnetic baby.
One complete set of German Rentenpfennig coins 1 , 2 , 5 and 10 copper and brass only issued 1923 to 1924
One 16 century Hans Krawninckel bronze Jetton Rosé orb type, nice example (It's a kind of token)
190 grams of random copper,. bronze etc world coins, 19th and 20th century mostly
A random Roman coin
And because it's a pm forum last but by means least 17.12 grams of .925 silver in a pendant celebration of Silver Jubilee
Disclaimer If you polish the contemporary copy and stick it on fleabay as original you will be hunted down by the TSF ninjas and have sensitive bits chopped off untill it's really quite unpleasant.
There is no stunning value in the bundle , the German coins are a nice addition to a world coin collection and the Jetton is nice 400 plus years old, and the half pennies are fun to have if even just for the shall I shan't I split them and send one off to be graded dilemma (though that might just be me)
How many in a tube? To lazy to count work it out yourself.
How many on a tray? ...see above
And now for the dull bit
Starting price is £Frankly I've no idea but let's call it the certain weight of scrap silver at .50p a gram is £2 (actually £4 but I'm semi drunk and can no longer do simple maths
Postage is on top total weight is 700g so calling it £3.55
So start us at £5.50 and postage will be included
Minimum bid 50p
Finish time 21.00 Sunday 25th September
If the bids go over £10 I will include a BYB barter token.
Edited to include my lastest metal detecting find. To remain a mystery until and if the bids reach £7.50.