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ally5727

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  1. I’m sure most people that go to Costco have seen the gold bars but was in today (not been in a while) and noticed they are selling sovereigns now as well
  2. Anyone got any NGC PF69 double sovs for sale or they want to part with. If so let me know what you got and how much you want. Thanks 🙂
  3. ally5727

    completed 4 half sovs

    Looking for 4 half sovs ideally all from 1 person just for ease of purchase.
  4. I was thinking of this a while ago for my daughters personal little collection, i opted for the half sovs, they seem to come up more often on here and you get betters deals on the forum rather than buying online. if you havnt got your heart set on 1 or the other i persoanly would do whats already been suggested, save and buy a full sov or a 1/4 brit. Just my 2p
  5. was thinking rather than doing monthly buys just saving then buying multiple in one go just to make it slightly cheapr, was just looking at sovs and brits as it will be free from CGT (thinking long run) and they seem like they are closer to spot for british coins than anything else eg QB
  6. I know sovs are more liquid so easier to get rid than selling a 1oz coin, dont plan on selling after getting them (well not any time soon anyway) was just looking at the price and thinking which would be best to get. so thought id ask on here as theres plenty of people with plenty of opinions lol
  7. Looking into the new year and thinking ahead. trying to decide if I save and buy 2 tubes of sovereigns or buy a tube of britannias? I know the for roughly same price and gold weight it would only be approx 42-43 sovs but just thinking round upto 50 for 2 full tubes. Just wondering peoples thoughts? (I lready hear the calls from people to just get sovereigns lol)
  8. if you loose it do the replace it for free? might have to get 1 loose loads of them if they do lol
  9. you know it as well, if you look at the prices thay have some things at you ask yourself who will pay it but they must have someone. I just look on there now and again to see if they have anything decent at a decent price lol
  10. Hopefully this will be to of some use to someone who has deeper pockets than myself at the moment. Was just looking through cash converters , coins are normally over priced for what they are but just came across a 1989 4 coin sovereign set for £4499.99. Had a qucik look around some of the bullion websites and they are all £5k+. Hopefully this is a decent deal and is of some use to someone. Link included, only thing is they wont post it, collection only. https://www.cashconverters.co.uk/shop/product/rare-royal-mint-500th-anniversary-of-the-first-gold-sovereign-1489-1989-gold-proof-sovereign-col
  11. Thanks for the info and advice I will take a note of what you have said
  12. It has meaning but we never can fully prepare for what may happen so as always prepare for the worst and hope for the best.
  13. It would still have the same meaning but if I ever had to sell if grading would give me a better return then it would be worth getting it graded then.
  14. I have recently got a 5 sovereign proof set, 2011 the year has a meaning for myself thats why I got it. What I am wondering tho is it worth getting it graded and slabbed? If it gets a decent grading will it add value? if so what would I expect the added value to be (I know this is depended on different things but just a ball park figure). Not been stacking that long in the grand scheme of things so still learning. Any advice would be appriciated. I will include some pics maybe not the greatest can always try and get more. Thanks in advance.
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