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Year of the Mouse 1/2 oz


Bouchy5

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  Most collectors would only pay £20 for that coin as a gap filler, until they could get a mint one for £60-£70 because it has marks/scratches & no capsule.

The problem with common sense is, its not that common.

 

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I believe you will not get that coin below £100 in good/excellent condition...even in 'bad' condition it will be about £50-60....and those who are talking about £14-20.....be my guest. I will buy ALL coins you will offer at that price....please PM me !!....or leave a message in this thread.

 

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On 10/08/2019 at 20:02, Tritoon01 said:

and those who are talking about £14-20.....be my guest. I will buy ALL coins you will offer at that price....please PM me !!....or leave a message in this thread.

🤣 at £95 that is a bit above my bid price.....but it is a great price for someone looking for a perfect 1/2 oz mouse. 👍

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On 09/08/2019 at 08:57, Bouchy5 said:

Any ideas what’s its worth has a couple marks on it 

Getting back to Topic question @Bouchy5 asked - - the honest (albeit - logically bland!) answer is whatever someone will pay for it - You have seen from above the differing opinions on a pictorial valuation buddy - - happy for you that you won it in an auction!

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