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Speculation on 2020 and 2021 Great Engravers Designs


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Top of my wish list would be a re-issue of Wyon’s St George

So it’s William Wyon’s Three Graces after all. https://m.thegazette.co.uk/notice/3696036

The annual sets are being released on Monday and so unlikely to be before mid Jan I would think. They also are still to release the Britannia range...I have nothing but speculation to hand but would s

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1 hour ago, Paul said:

Spotted on a facebook group - looks like what was great about the Great Engravers series will be spoilt in coming weeks, pre-gradings of 70s and variations and different sizes added to the mix to look forward to :( 

Of course added +££ premium to an already premium product for the privledge 

 

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These are all Alderney ones as far as I'm aware, not UK. 

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20 minutes ago, Paul said:

never realised Alderney was on the case for these 

Maybe the Queen should cut back on her proclamations and put a stop to more than one Mint bringing out copycat coin designs. Alderney also had several versions of Una and the Lion, however their standard size Una stayed true to the 1839 Roman numerals design whereas the RM opted for 2019 Roman numerals.

Everyone seems to be cashing in on Una now. The East India Company issued a modern Una design bearing St Helena 2020 credentials. Not to my taste but others will like it.

 

 

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1 hour ago, GoodAsGold said:

Everyone seems to be cashing in on Una now. The East India Company issued a modern Una design bearing St Helena 2020 credentials. Not to my taste but others will like it.

And there’s a 2021 version. We have annual Britannia designs and St Helena appears to have annual Una’s. 

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7 hours ago, Paul said:

Spotted on a facebook group - looks like what was great about the Great Engravers series will be spoilt in coming weeks, pre-gradings of 70s and variations and different sizes added to the mix to look forward to :( 

Of course added +££ premium to an already premium product for the privledge 

 

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I think thats the Alderney one? As they are releasing x1000 PR70s. Plus this is all PCGS. All Alderney mint I believe. 

I predict mintages will be the same and prices not that far off from the Una

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3 hours ago, SovCollector said:

Do you know which day and what time they release new coins? Do they have a similar pattern to the RM when releasing? 

I’m not sure of the day sorry, but you can sign up for alerts on the website.

The reverse design will be identical to the Royal Mint issue, but the obverse will be a different portrait of the Queen for Alderney.

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3 hours ago, MJHughesCoins said:

I’m not sure of the day sorry, but you can sign up for alerts on the website.

The reverse design will be identical to the Royal Mint issue, but the obverse will be a different portrait of the Queen for Alderney.

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Probably me being daft, but can’t see how to sign up for alerts on their site? Unless it’s the same as the newsletter?

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1 hour ago, BrumChris said:

I'm guessing that RM will be striking the Alderney ones. If the reverse design is exactly the same then that must have a downward push on all the prices. People might prefer an RM issued coin but how much more will they be prepared to pay?

Alderney coins used to be issued by the Royal Mint prior to 2017 but they’re now issued by the Commonwealth Mint and sold by a network of agents. That’s all I know.

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5 minutes ago, GoldStatue said:

It looks like you can buy direct from the Alderney treasury if everywhere else is sold out:-

Coins & Stamps - States of Alderney (gov.gg)

 

I doubt that. You can send the Alderney Treasury a message but there’s no basket part to their website, plus the Commonwealth Mint only deal with trade enquiries. It seems to be a case of tracking down the agents. The most obvious one being the East India Company in my opinion.

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