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jultorsk last won the day on December 17 2020

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    Australian sovereigns, vintage cast silver bars.

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  1. I believe those are X, not I. 2020 Spink gives an estimate of £15 for Fine and £40 for Very Fine 1880 Gothic Florin. I think this maybe is not quite VF, but better than F.* Maybe cleaned at some point and then toned over time again? The fingerprint on reverse will likely be a bit of an issue if you ever try to sell it. Happy to be corrected, and in any case it's a lovely design to behold. For reference see e.g., : https://www.londoncoins.co.uk/?page=Pastresults&searchterm=Florin+1880&category=9&searchtype=1
  2. I've been on the lookout for a British trade dollar for a good while now... no idea if this was a reasonable purchase but picked up the lot anyway. (This is the most expensive silver for me so far) 😬
  3. Such a fabulous coin - that's some good buying right there. 🤩🇦🇺
  4. (CNN)President-elect Joe Biden is expected to unveil a major Covid-19 relief package on Thursday and his advisers have recently told allies in Congress to expect a price tag in the ballpark of $2 trillion, according to two people briefed on the deliberations. The Biden team is taking a "shoot for the moon" approach with the package, one lawmaker in close contact with them told CNN, though they added that the price tag could still change. The proposal will include sizable direct payments to American families, significant state and local funding -- including for coronavirus vaccine distribu
  5. Here's a cheap-o trick for bypassing the paywall for most FT articles: google "FT <insert any headline verbatim>" FT: "Might bitcoin be better at being gold than gold? The managers of the new SkyBridge Bitcoin Fund certainly think so. The supply of gold isn’t completely static, they say — it rises at about 1.25 per cent a year as more is mined. It can be expensive to store and tricky to transfer around the place in its physical form. It is easily confiscated and it isn’t particularly easily divisible in a hurry. Bitcoin has none of these drawbacks. The supply is inelastic and c
  6. Australia’s largest bird of prey, the wedge-tailed eagle, has been portrayed for The Perth Mint by renowned US engraver John M. Mercanti in a series of outstanding designs since 2014. Observed across the entire continent, wedge-tailed eagles can be distinguished by their distinctive wedge-shaped tails and fully feathered legs. The large birds favour lightly wooded country where they can hunt for prey such as rabbits, hares, lizards and snakes. Struck from 1oz of 99.99% pure silver, this superb investment coin portrays John M. Mercanti’s sixth artistic impression of a wedge-tailed eagle. The
  7. First silver of the new year - Perth Mint 10oz Type C with all the trimmings 😁🇦🇺
  8. The 1 sov helmet streamer seems to come and go. E.g., it was added in 1887 (Jubilee obverse), and disappeared in 2009. Would be also keen to hear any backstory if there's one. 🙂
  9. Market was placated by Pence's stance - there will be no overturn of the election. Straight flush for Democrats from here on end. Next up, Texit? 🤔
  10. You might try contacting @drakesterling - I think Eric occasionally has these in stock. https://www.drakesterling.com
  11. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/12/24/vindictive-eu-tried-humiliate-britain-proved-have-character/
  12. Boris Johnson on FB: It is four and a half years since the British people voted to take back control of their money, their borders, their laws, and their waters and to leave the European Union. And earlier this year we fulfilled that promise and we left on Jan 31 with that oven-ready deal. Since that time we have been getting on with our agenda. Enacting the points based immigration system that you voted for and that will come into force on Jan 1. And doing free trade deals with 58 countries around the world. And preparing the new relationship with the EU. And there have been plenty of
  13. https://www.drakesterling.com/catalogsearch/result/?category_type=Coins+for+sale&q="1924"
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