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Sorry if it's in the wrong section 

Is anyone a general coin expert

My nan has passed away a few months ago  and i have got hundreds of coins dating from 1788 to present day 

Just some examples please message if you can help 

 

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Moved to non precious metal coin section since the majority may be base metal.

Forgot to add.  The selling/trade section is for the sale of things.  Advice falls into the discussion area.  I have no idea on any of the items but it can be moved to a different section once more info on them is found.


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My Current Wants: GOLD:  2013 1/10 Kangaroo Chinese Privy, 1/10 bullion Britannias of years 1997, 2007, 2010, 2011

 

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Wow! some cool stuff -worth lots  for some - be CAUTIOUS my friend don't flog "CHEAP" 

For a start I see a 50p "KEW GARDENS" 😉👍

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Just now, 5huggy said:

If in "GOOD" condition - even though they are base metal! - they can go for £100/£150 on FLEABay!

in fact to give you a "hint" - I have a "MINT, PROOF" example - I would ONLY SELL for £300 upwards!

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I think also the off-side rule 50p is one of the harder ones to come by.

I would guess some of the older ones may be silver and some may be rarer but the older stuff is not my best area.


Collecting the following Strike on the Day sovereigns (PM me if you have any of them for sale)
| 2012 | 2013 | 2013 Royal Birth | 2014 George 1st Birthday | 2015 George 2nd Birthday2015 Charlotte | 2016 Queen's 90th | 2017 Sapphire | 2017 Platinum | 2017 200th | 2018 Sapphire | 2018 George's 5th | 2019 200th Vic | 2019 200th Alb | 2020 Brexit | 2020 VE75
Also interested in any (particularly Gold) coins from the year 1977 only.
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Realised top one is not a guinea but a brass token lol top work nan rest her soul 

I suppose Thier may be something worth money in there or not ? 

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Thanks Augustus in the non pm section action for advice on think so 

Appreciate the help mate 👍

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The older American ones are not key dates, but are at least 90% silver. The Dutch 25cents is in think about 60% silver. 

Try numista website, they sometimes give prices for different conditions as well as a rarity value and notes about special/rare dates.

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