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richatthecroft last won the day on September 3 2022

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  1. And what a kilo. Well done @Heirlooms, I admire your tenacity.
  2. I’ll take this James if the other guy doesn’t take it. Thanks Richard
  3. There's a lovely George IV Laurette Crown (Lot 153) in the forthcoming Hosker Haynes auction on the 26th March https://www.hoskerhaynes.com might well be some of the others you require.
  4. What denominations are these please?
  5. Received these direct from the Royal Mint- a new Sixpence design for 2024. A sweet little coin.
  6. Just taken a look at my Consigners Agreement and estimate is £300- £400, so might well be a bargain on the day.
  7. This one’s mine- it’s consigned to the next Hosker Haynes Auction if anyone wishes to have a bid: https://www.hoskerhaynes.com
  8. Clearly, not the best condition Set but the photographs aren’t the best either- these 1937 sets need to be seen in hand to accurately appraise them- and even in extremely high grade, they often present with multiple surface scratches and photography doesn’t flatter. The most notable observation for me, aside for the indefensible filing to the edge of the 5 Sovereign (or knock if this is the case), is the weak Cameo on all of the coins, but again, the photos might be deceptive- in hand, maybe the overall eye appeal might be more attractive than depicted and perhaps one or two of the lower denominations might be decent grades? I wouldn’t be attracted to buying such a set, but for the right money, everyone would buy! I think the 5 Sovereign is absolutely fine in terms of authenticity- here’s an authenticated 5 Sovereign to compare the numbering/ lettering. For reference, this 5 Sovereign is graded by PCGS PF67 DCam- https://www.pcgs.com/cert/31967971 Not my coin! But please note the surface marks in the fields.
  9. Beautiful Gold coins remain available- presentation cases included- minuscule census at NGC.
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