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Harrington & Byrne or Royal Mint. Sherlock


Nortypeter

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Harrington & Byrne are selling a sherlock holmes 50p 8gram sterling silver proof coin,limited edition 6000 for £99.00

Royal Mint are selling a sherlock holmes 50p 16gram sterling silver Piedfort proof coin,limited edition 3500 for £95.00

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Which would you buy and why.

I wont be buying either.i hate large premiums.but one is a definite rip-off.....,to me anyway

Edit : just noticed that Royal Mint are adding a free Peter Wabbit Coin worth £10.00 to any order over £75.....a little sweetener....image below

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2 minutes ago, Nortypeter said:

Aha!! but which one is it you are selling.is it the 8gram  or the 16gram.

Royal Mint still have the 16gram in stock

The regular, 8gram, which is sold out at RM. I also have a piedfort here but it's not for sale. I bought two regular coins, of which I want to sell one now.

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Aha..Ahahaha .just noticed and added to the original post, the little sweetener,FREE from royal mint on any order over £75.00 a peter rabbit coin worth £10.00.

I still wont be ordering 

Ohh ,and I do not work and am not affiliated with royal mint

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