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What is current value of a 1kg Silver £500 GOTHIC CROWN "Quartered Arms" NGC PF70 ???

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Spotted one of these for sale for £3,300

As above - can anyone advise on current value or show known past sales ? looking around cant seem to recall any really coming to market for resale, despite an abundance of 2oz & 5oz  


QEII 2021 silver proof 1 kilo Gothic Crown QA PF70

Elizabeth II (1952-2022), silver proof One Kilo of Five Hundred Pounds, 2021, struck in 999.9 Fine Silver from the Great Engravers series commemorating the Gothic Crown coin by William Wyon, crowned head right, JC initials below for designer Jody Clark, Latin legend and border surrounding, ELIZABETH II. D. G. REG. F. D. 500 POUNDS. 2021, rev. Based on the reverse of the original coin - an ornate quartered shield design, crowned cruciform shields, emblems in angles, garter star at centre, w incuse on inner border either side of top crown, date in roman numerals in lower right of legend which commences in upper left quarter, 'teatur unita deus anno dom mmxxi' all in gothic script, milled edge 1005g.

Brilliant proof state, in NGC holder graded PF70 ULTRA CAMEO.

Maximum Mintage 128 coins

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20 minutes ago, HonestMoneyGoldSilver said:

No idea about true valuation but if beauty is in the eye of the beholder, wow, what a coin!

What I was thinking. And the lack of info on flipped/resold may indicate it's a keeper for the long term given the tinyish mintage 

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For what it is I don't think that is over the top price wise.One to keep for the beauty of it a collectors item for sure.

The problem with common sense is, its not that common.


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