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British Monarchs: Edward VII

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On 14/10/2022 at 08:20, westminstrel said:

As teased by our friend @JeffM earlier this week, Monday October 17.



Perhaps the ‘Edwardian Era’ is here (returning) already.

It might feel like the Edwardian Era is returning to Britain this winter as everyone is scared to put the heating on and walking about the house by candle light. I wonder if RM are having a dark joke amongst themselves with their marketing here.

All of the above aside, thanks for sharing with us @westminstrel 😊

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Was sent these images by a few separate subscribers that have found them somewhere!

Looks great!

Edward vii 2.jpg

Edward vii.jpg

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44 minutes ago, LawrenceChard said:

I've already got one!


The original!



I bet eddie baby sent it you personally and gave ya free post ;)

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1 minute ago, westminstrel said:

1/4 Oz gold would have been the perfect size gold coin for a 23 coin series. Imagine collecting even the 1 Oz gold (which is the smallest gold denomination) for the entire series. That’s some serious money. 🫤

I'm building a 1/4 & 1oz gold bullion Tudor beast sets and they will be expensive enough, the 1oz gold proof in the monarch series in 2026 will be touching 4k if prices keep rising.  For most it's too rich so will have to dip in and out and buy the coins they like.   

Try bulling a silver proof set.....what are the odds of them not milking before the end of the series? 

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