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Elements last won the day on June 8 2018

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  1. https://plainview.co.uk/news/planning-for-pubs-development-and-change-of-use/
  2. There’s a place near where I used to live took ages to get change of use. Having said that another changed quickly and was converted to 3 homes. I don’t know the ins and outs but that seems something you’d need to look into- the change of use, do you have to prove it’s nit viable? Would think that’s easier to do in this climate!
  3. Wow just wow lot » https://www.biddr.com/auctions/mdcmonaco/browse?a=1285&l=1362546 some other fantastic coins in this auction too
  4. 626 mintage apparently. 26 graded at ngc and 97 at pcgs. I don’t know how he devised the R rating, is it an anecdotal scale like how often he personally came across a coin? @sovereignsteve any idea? I guess there’s a lot just stashed away and very few ever come up for resale. That’s my experience with this particular coin. SP61 is right towards the bottom of those graded.
  5. I recon if you really want one, some patience and you’ll get better for 12k. See what this goes for: One for auction very soon https://en.auction-world.co/xpai/lot_22-2030.html About £7.5k right now
  6. There was an SP63 sold in London coins for 15k also in September . As you say prices all over the place. They come up so rarely
  7. Couple of SP3s have sold this year one at heritage and one at coincabinet for around £8500. 2 grades up sp65 have also been sold for around £16k almost double. Not sure you can apply the same logic 2 grades down halves the value but it’s a reasonable estimate.- 4k ish good starting point.
  8. Hi Darren. With a rarity like this condition is key. Is it graded?
  9. It’s not my area of expertise but I found the bbc link interesting, some here are much more knowledgeable
  10. Obviously the price of the old stuff has risen, and buying this years bottled stuff could take many years if not decades to show similar gains if at all.
  11. Something might interest this thread https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-somerset-54040307
  12. There’s many more 1887s in the graded population suggesting this should be the cheaper option for a decent grade. I’ve only been into numismatics for a few years so this is just my personal opinion, no advice intended. I prefer either bullion (but not too rough!) grade low premium or the best you can afford towards the top end of the graded population, the middle ground can sometimes be hard to sell on. As it’s a £5 that’s a fair amount to put into a single coin so for pure bullion 5 individual sovs might be better in terms of liquidity, so for me I’d only be interested in one as a premium num
  13. If you’re in no particular rush, you could keep an eye out for some of these in Auctions. Could bag a bargain (watch out for bid premium though!) but I’d get it checked after, I’ve read fakes can slip into auctions and not always picked up. They should honour a refund however I would have thought if found not to be genuine some 1887s in forthcoming auctions.... https://www.davidduggleby.com/auctions/20082020882/0/2505/QueenVictoria1887goldfivepoundcoinpreviouslymounted.aspx?search=1887 https://auctions.lockdales.com/catalogue/lot/43c671dff8133ad37429d2af6994f1fd/1620b385b6067af
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