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    Bridgnorth, Shropshire, UK
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    Collector

My Precious Metals

  • What I am collecting / Investing in
    Gold Sovereign's - all mint's.

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  1. Exit strategy. Totally agree. There is an excellent market for quality Sovereign's. Worldwide recognition. Many Australia Mint Mark Sovereign's in the UK end up back in Australia. Some older Sovereign's are particularly scarce. Fakes - I've handled 2 in 30 years. Only buy from trusted sources. I was able to return both for a full refund. Buy quality, not Bullion in my opinion. You have the Gold value plus Numismatic Value. You only have to look at Auction realisation prices to see what is happening in the Sovereign market - generally strong realisation prices.
  2. I was videoing Tyler prodding said snapper because it was moving. Unfortunately I stopped before he tried to rip its claw off. Talk about revenge. Snapper 1 - Tyler 0 I had a great day out at TSF Lounge and great to meet some old friends and make new ones and see all those lovely coins. I also had the privilege of witnessing some magnificent coins going for grading. The best was saved for the afters and three uninvited guests witnessing the latest welcome member of TSF - Snapper!!
  3. Generally most dealing at coin fairs is cash. You get the best deals for cash though I remember seeing a couple of terminals about. Also some will allow you to do a Bank Transfer because they are virtually instantaneous nowadays and show up in an account "normally" withing a minute although it can take up to 2 hours. Hope that helps
  4. If you are under cover you will stand out. Most of us wear normal clothes and are not under a Blanket!!
  5. It's at the Holiday Inn Coram St, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 1HT, United Kingdom Closest Train Stain is Euston and Underground Russell Square.
  6. As previously stated I would like to hire a full table and will be bringing about 40 Graded Sovereign's to sell and a few other Boxed / Raw.
  7. Doors open at 9.30am. Generally open until 4pm but many dealers start packing up at around 2.30pm. Hope to see you and many other TSF members there.
  8. Well I've booked my ticket and I'll be there and bringing around 50 Sovereign's for sale.
  9. The earliest I can remember for Gold Sovereign's is 1979 Proof NGC PF70UCAM only 1 Best PCGS PR69DCAM 1980 Proof PCGS PR70DCAM 2009 NGC MS70 2015 PCGS MS70
  10. If Germany are doing it how long before it becomes enshrined in EU Law? The UK stance might be to hold off doing anything to become the "Gold Centre of Europe". It's good when you can make your own policies without EU intervention. Time will tell.
  11. Hi all. Currently at a busy Coin Fair at the Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham joined by @5huggy to keep me company!! Sold a few and spreading the word to collectors about the Forum. My picture was taken before the doors opened.
  12. Hi all. After having a great time last Saturday, I've taken a table at the Midland Coin Fair this coming Sunday, 9.30am to 2.30pm, 10th November at the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham B92 0EJ - Junction 6 on the M42. I shall be bringing along around 60 Gold Sovereigns (about 40 or so graded) for sale. I will use it as a Tester to see if bringing "The Silver Forum" to Birmingham has "legs" / demand - so come and say hello. Interestingly - Mike Veissid who organises the Birmingham (Monthly) and London Coin Fair at the Holiday Inn, Coram Street 4 times a year said he tried
  13. Hi all. After having a great time last Saturday, I've taken a table at the Midland Coin Fair this coming Sunday at the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham B92 0EJ - Junction 6 on the M42. I shall be bringing along around 60 Gold Sovereigns (about 40 or so graded) for sale. I will use it as a Tester to see if bringing The Silver Forum to Birmingham has "legs" / demand - so come and say hello. Interestingly - Mike Veissid who organises the Birmingham (Monthly) and London Coin Fair at the Holiday Inn, Coram Street 4 times a year said he tried to take a look at TSF Lounge last S
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