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1911 half sovereign


Dan12345

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Just read the terms and conditions by buying this coin you are signing up to a subscription to receive other coins. Falling to pay the invoices for future coins will result in charges. You'd be in debt to them after a few months. What a scam 

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1 hour ago, Dan12345 said:

Just read the terms and conditions by buying this coin you are signing up to a subscription to receive other coins. Falling to pay the invoices for future coins will result in charges. You'd be in debt to them after a few months. What a scam 

Yeh, but it’s a rare coin so swings and roundabouts 😉 

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5 hours ago, SidS said:

And here's me thinking Edward III was a wartime monarch. 😉

Absolutely correct, plenty of great successes against our French friends - but did he issue (half) sovereigns, which seems to be the point here? I thought that they started in 1489,but I don't really know much about them before the early 19th century.

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