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On 05/08/2021 at 06:53, trozau said:

1972-1977 Philippines 5000 Piso gold coin. Biggest Philippines gold coin minted with almost 2 troy ounces of gold. Not my picture but I do own 1 of this…

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On my list of coins to get... at some point... one of the more expensive ones.

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Bermuda Silver Proof Flora & Fauna 1990-94 10 Coin Set

This was the first complete silver coin set that I ever collected. I have recently received an offer for this beautiful set, so I thought I'd post photos in case I decide to sell. The condition of this 925 silver is outstanding - no toning, milking etc after 30+ years. 

If anyone knows what a fair price is, that info would be much appreciated.

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To whom it may concern

Pay your rent, stop your incessant lying and strive for your first scintilla of self-respect. Then...

HAFO

 

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Happy Easter from the team at Auronum! 
 

We even managed to publish our weekly precious metal market report to the website over the bank holiday 

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Weekly precious metals market report uploaded to our website each Sunday - free online Gold investment courses available at https://auronum.co.uk/

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This piece is one of less than 5,000 of these South American gems released to the public

Official records show a further 15,000 issues are held by the Central Bank of Ecuador as part of their Gold reserves

Here is a fine example of a 1 Cóndor from Ecuador 🇪🇨

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Weekly precious metals market report uploaded to our website each Sunday - free online Gold investment courses available at https://auronum.co.uk/

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Some experiments in getting better photos - I splashed out the princely sum of £15 or so on a camera tripod with a bluetooth remote dohickey to take the pictures.  Camera is a Samsung Note 10. Lighting consists of side lighting from my monitor and a desk lamp turned away with a sheet of paper taped to it to diffuse the light.  Very high tech.

Oak leaf and Chestnut leaf from the Germania Enchanted Forest series.

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The Sovereign is the quintessentially British coin.  It has a German queen on the front, an Italian waiter on the back, and half of them were made in Australia.

 

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A few more -

Hildegard came out OK.

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Maltese Knights not so good

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And Fafnir came out pretty well.

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The Sovereign is the quintessentially British coin.  It has a German queen on the front, an Italian waiter on the back, and half of them were made in Australia.

 

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On 26/05/2022 at 16:36, Auronum said:

For the South American Gold collectors 🇬🇹

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You know, I think you've missed a trick with those cards.  You should get in touch with Nadir Refinery and see how much it would cost to get a batch of their custom 1g assay bars in printed cards made up with your branding.  I have no idea what the minimum order is - depending on how they print the cards it might be infeasibly large, or then again it might not.

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The Sovereign is the quintessentially British coin.  It has a German queen on the front, an Italian waiter on the back, and half of them were made in Australia.

 

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