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h103efa

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h103efa last won the day on June 14 2019

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  1. Ha thanks @LawrenceChard Actually in my family network, most people treat these as gold gifts (ie what weight "guinea" are we gifting) and dont even think of these becuase of the sovereign design. There are so many of these lurking away. even the restrike for the veinte pesos?
  2. Something in this i guess. I completed my PhD while working full time with a small biotech company in Cambridge - tough 4.5 years!
  3. I'd like to stick up for some with PhDs that may have some intelligence but also common sense!
  4. What you needed @LawrenceChardis someone who does microscopy of cells and analysis of those images for a day job. Plenty of life science students around could build a simple workflow to take the image and count the ridges using software like ImageJ or Fiji.
  5. I like the G & D design on the £5 coin for Prince George's 5th birthday @LawrenceChard
  6. isnt the plan 4 or 5 releases every year until 2025?
  7. Proclamations for the next Monarch Portraits... https://www.thegazette.co.uk/notice/3988957 For the obverse impression Our effigy with the inscription “· ELIZABETH II · D · G · REG · F · D · XXX POUNDS ·” and the date of the year, and for the reverse either: (a) a portrait of James I with the inscription “· IACOBVS · D : G : MAG : BRIT : FRAN : ET · HIB : REX ·” or; (b) a portrait of George I with the inscription “ GEORGIVS · DG · M · BR · FR · ET HIB REX · F · D ·” or; (c) a portrait of Edward VII with the inscription “ EDWARDVS VII DEI GRA : BRITT : OMN : REX FID : DEF : IND : IMP :”.
  8. still a way to go, next stop nanodrive and then onto holographic memory...
  9. Some 1oz Silver coins that took my fancy from @Panda6Pack
  10. From your photo the one of left looks like a well circulated coin. The one on right (shiny) could simply be a newly circulated coin from a sealed bag from bank and stored away or from a bunc set and found its way into circulation.
  11. https://www.thegazette.co.uk/notice/3945265
  12. I so know about this. Unfortunately those very nice family members that gift us gold, give any kind even jewellry sovs. Some time this year i will be converting all my "fake" but real gold sovs & coins to real sovs....
  13. Taken from Lee Holt on a FB coin group so the credit is to him... 2022 New Coins!!! 50p, £2 & £5... £2 Dame Vera Lynn. DAME VERA LYNN 1917 - 2020 with the inscription 'We'll meet again' £2 FA Cup with the inscription “CELEBRATING 150 YEARS OF THE FA CUP". £2 ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL. With the inscription "INNOVATION IN SCIENCE. BELL" ------------------------------------------------------------------- 50p Platinum Jubilee. reverse the number 70 and Our Royal Cypher surrounded with the dates “1952-2022. For the obverse impression Our effigy on horseback with the inscription “· ELIZABETH II · D · G · REG · F · D · 50 PENCE ·” accompanied by the Garter Belt with the inscription “· HONI · SOIT · QUI · MAL · Y · PENSE ·” and the date of the year. and.... ‘For the obverse impression Our effigy with the inscription “· ELIZABETH II · D · G · REG · F · D · 50 PENCE ·” and the date of the year, and for the reverse the number 70 and Our Royal Cypher surrounded with the dates “1952-2022 50p Commonwealth Sport and the inscription “BIRMINGHAM 2022 COMMONWEALTH GAMES ----------------------------------------------------------- £5 MAHATMA GANDHI. MY LIFE IS MY MESSAGE FIVE POUND CUPRO-NICKEL COIN SEYMOUR PANTHER & LION OF ENGLAND &... SEYMOUR PANTHER & LION OF ENGLAND £5 silver & gold also other precious metal denominations & bullion Queen Victoria £5 Silver and other precious metals.
  14. Its hard to tell, sometimes in other proclamations they use the wording "STANDARD" which does correspond to bullion/bunc quality.
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