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2005 proof sovereign price


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I am interested in reading these comments as I have a boxed proof set 2005 containing the double, single and half proof sovereigns in mint condition.
The prices I hear being banded around for single coins are encouraging but finding a buyer is another matter.
I am also sitting on the fence as to whether it makes sense to pay the costs to have these 3 coins NGC graded.
At the end of the day it is all about finding a buyer and not relying an optimistic target prices.
I have sold dozens of FDC condition proofs lately for spot, or less, but the 2005 seems to be a key date so not "giving it away".


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There seems to be a bigger market for special date proof coins sold as singles as opposed to the sets.

I suppose the advantages of a set are cheaper as a whole, easier to store, nicer to look at (IMO), but harder to sell?

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Was one slabbed for 492?

And one in unopened box coa etc for 436?


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