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British Monarchs photo thread

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7 hours ago, westminstrel said:

The gold versions are gorgeous @SeverinDigsSovereigns 😍

If they’d done the gold version in 1/4oz or Sovereign-size, I’d definitely have collected them.

The 1oz pricing for 25 coins is prohibitive, but I suppose that’s what makes the collection exclusive.

That also makes flipping impossible I guess. They've already cut the original mintage of 610 to little over 200for the 1oz.

1 hour ago, GoldDiggerDave said:

Theres going to be some gems in this set, Queen Victoria and most definitely  in 2026 for the last coining the series QEII.    

I wish they could use the Gillick portrait. It's relatively easy to find big ones with other portraits, but big Gillicks are such rarity they could probably rival Edward VIII

If we do the right thing this time, we might have to do the right thing again next time.


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1 hour ago, Agaupl said:

Beautiful… are you continuing with the set? 


I guess the series will perform much better if there are 1/4oz gold

Edited by SeverinDigsSovereigns

If we do the right thing this time, we might have to do the right thing again next time.


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