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closed FLASH Auction - Gold 1914 Full Sovereign


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  • 1914 Gold Full Sovereign
  • "Lustrous" condition
  • Starting bid is spot (£366)
  • Bid increment is £1
  • End time is 22:00 UK time (the only real time), 21/01/2023
  • Add postage if end price is under £400, free SD postage if equal to, or over £400

 

Good luck! Any questions, just ask. Don't be shy.

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Buy high. Sell low.

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Douglas Hubbard: Never attribute to malice or stupidity that which can be explained by moderately rational individuals following incentives in a complex system of interactions.

Carl Sagan: One of the great commandments of science is, "Mistrust arguments from authority."

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