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Fouls

Opinions of 1989 Proof Double and 2018 Piedfort Proof

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Hi all, 

I've been wondering which one will be the better deal.

1989 Tudor Rose Proof double PF69 for 1200 vs 2018 Piedfort Proof for 800ish?

The 1989 is a lovely coin but omg the price. 

What do you think of them both?Hopefully I will gain some knowledge from you. 

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7 hours ago, Fouls said:

Hi all, 

I've been wondering which one will be the better deal.

1989 Tudor Rose Proof double PF69 for 1200 vs 2018 Piedfort Proof for 800ish?

The 1989 is a lovely coin but omg the price. 

What do you think of them both?Hopefully I will gain some knowledge from you. 

That sort of money stick to proof 70 and wait for a sale or drop and gold price.

Both are on my list but I'm not buying at all time highs.

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When spending that much it is best to go for pf70 as there is effectively no price ceiling just a price floor. A pf69 or lower by its nature sets a price floor and ceiling. From my view as a collector with a keen eye on value they seem highly priced. 

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