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Notafront4adragon

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  1. It's yours please pm address and postage choice, thank you. Added 0 minutes later... Sure thing
  2. Hello all, All prices are plus postage and the buyer assumes the risk. I have: 1979 50 Francs SOLD 1895 Peru Sol SOLD 1818 Crown SOLD 1876 5 Francs which is 25g of 0.900 silver £16.25 2 late Victorian florins 1893 and 1901 again worn. £15 for both £30.25 if bought together. Thank you.
  3. Not allowed to buy gold without all sorts of shenanigans. Why exchange the gold for dollars when you'd just already have the dollars. People stacked dollars there, Zimbabwe, not gold. I see what you're getting at, and possibly in the UK with the right (catastrophic) situation having gold would at least allow you to leave the country and take a substantial amount of wealth away discreetly in a compact way. But I just don't buy this idea that everyone will abruptly start directly accepting gold and (especially not silver) as payment for everyday things, let alone larger infrequ
  4. Perth Mint has a swan in their logo, I'm guessing it was a poor attempt at it or the forger was just told it was a large water bird and it didn't translate
  5. No one used gold in Zimbabwe for purchasing anything. They just used US dollar.
  6. Also far too cheap for a 2016 1oz lion.
  7. I sold 5 of these non silver, which these almost certainly are, for 3.75 the other day. I'm not sure but don't think the dollar is silver either, I think it and the crowns would have a proof like finish if silver.
  8. The Edward 7th one is the first time I've paid significantly more for a crown than I would normally. I now seem to be collecting them, will look for more variety and quality now.
  9. Some recent world silver pick ups. The 5 Corona and Fünf Mark are crown sized coins, as well as a couple of crowns. The Thaler is not something I normally collect but I really liked the reverse design.
  10. https://en.numista.com/catalogue/pieces5580.html Should give you some info if you've different dates. They are very common, except the high relief ones.
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