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Need some opinions about the optional prices of a few england silver coins from the 18th century


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Good evening dear friends,


l have some coins that are listed above. Could anyone advise the minimum and the optimum price range please? Thanks indeed...

1- England 1 Pence 1753 King Georges II 0,5 gr. 0,925 oz silver coin   Condition: Very fine

2- England 2 Pence 1772 King Georges III 1 gr. 0,925 oz silver coin   Condition: Very fine

3- England 1 Shilling 1787 King Georges III 6 gr. 0,925 oz silver coin   Condition: Very fine

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i would put up some pictures if you can.

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