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How much would you pay for a 2012 Gold Proof Sovereign?


Numismatist1999

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32 minutes ago, Numismatist1999 said:

Is paying £1,064 too much for a full sovereign on Chards.co.uk? (Sorry. I'm relatively new to collecting)

A bit too much but they are a top coin retailer. You can get one cheaper. That amount should get you a PCGS graded pr70 with a bit of change.

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You seem to be highlighting Chards for some reason?

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1 hour ago, sovereignsteve said:

A bit too much but they are a top coin retailer. You can get one cheaper. That amount should get you a PCGS graded pr70 with a bit of change.

depends on when and where u buy it 

the one in chards comes with box and coa so if it’s top condition it will worth more than just a slab 

sometimes I don’t understand why people wants a box and coa if it’s already graded at 70....

 

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On 10/07/2019 at 23:49, sovereignsteve said:

A bit too much but they are a top coin retailer. You can get one cheaper. That amount should get you a PCGS graded pr70 with a bit of change.

Thanks for the advise. 

How much would you pay for the PCGS grades pr70 2012 sovereign? Also, are both NGC and PCGS rigorous and consistent in their grading? 

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Get yourself 3 grubby crappy bullion grade sovereigns and play with them in hand before you go nuts collecting numismatics, if you are new to the game.



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14 minutes ago, Numismatist1999 said:

Thanks for the advise. 

How much would you pay for the PCGS grades pr70 2012 sovereign? Also, are both NGC and PCGS rigorous and consistent in their grading? 

NGC  are more lax (in my opinion) and that is why they are popular. Kinda like 26% of uni graduates in the UK this year got firsts....grade inflation....it sells......get a raw one, ungraded, at a more sensible price, and save your money, if you have to buy one.

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