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Debate: 1989 Double or full sovereign? And how much you would pay?


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1989 full sovereign or 1989 double sovereign? Which one would you buy and for how much? Its premium seems to be steadily increasing every year since mid 2017

if you have any other coins which you think is more collectible than the said coin, feel free to mention!

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What others purchase may not be the same reason for your purchase. Are you collecting or investing?

What do you think you should buy? A full or double sovereign and why? And since you are after a collectible, premium is expected, how much do you think you are willing to pay to be comfortable? Since buyers will want to pay a price as low as possible until a point in price when puts off the seller.

As mention previously by other members, for the sovereign series, the collectibles will be the different design and low mintages years. The years depends on your priorities. 

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Recent eBay Sale for a double. Went for less than £1,100. Also seller will need to pay auction costs so something to think about. Full sovs nearer £1,300-£1,500 but have much less gold. 


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