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completed Victoria Young head and Jubilee


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Happy new year everyone

I have for sale 20 old Victoria sovereigns Young head and Jubilee.

 

No scratces or polished guaranteed.

 

price : @@@@

Shipping via fedex 30£
 

If you have any questions about the way of shipping and import charges pm for more information.

Thank you 

Chris

 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Rumistacker said:

I notice black marks on coins?  Can you explain please?  Thanks

Happy new year. Of course i can explain.

 

The old days , pawnshops used to mark their own coins in Greece so the next time they knew where the coins were coming from. Every pawnshop had their specific signature. Also it was for genuine authenticity test.

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2 hours ago, SVcollector said:

Happy new year. Of course i can explain.

 

The old days , pawnshops used to mark their own coins in Greece so the next time they knew where the coins were coming from. Every pawnshop had their specific signature. Also it was for genuine authenticity test.

Makes sense, cheers.

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