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vicamy last won the day on October 11 2019

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  1. It is probably not fake. These are round minted by the Golden State Mint. It is not the official coin minted by the US Mint. More details on their website: https://www.goldenstatemint.com/1-10-oz-incuse-indian-gold-round.html
  2. For proof, the coin’s condition will play a significant part of pricing. The COA and box are always good to have, and it will affect the sell to collectors who don’t grade coins.
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    Stupid me, scratch

    It might, but since it is a bullion and the way how it was produced and handled as a bullion by the mint and dealers, buyers will expect some imperfections. Yes a perfect 70 graded coin could attract more premium, but a couple of scratches won’t devalue the coin. The price itself will move along with the spot plus bullion premium.
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    Stupid me, scratch

    Not really. These are bullion coins. Scratch affects value on proof coins, but not on bullion.
  5. He was selling fake money and that was to put me off, and he didn’t answer my questions directly. So hope he is genuine, but risk to me is high.
  6. He was selling 1957 sovereign at £299 earlier as well. One per customer. He might be genuine but would you take the risk?
  7. ‘Friends’ of the seller 😉.
  8. Those I reckon would be either minions or bidding for fun but not paying.
  9. Thanks @Zhorro. It is plain edge. Please see photo below.
  10. I just received this 1937 double sovereign today and would like some advice please on its authenticity and potential value. As far as I can find information online, only PROOF were produced that year, but this coin doesn’t look like a proof to me. It looks like heavily circulated. I have tested on sigma and it shows it is gold. Thank you.
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