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completed 10 oz Britannia KCIII 2024 £235 each plus postage

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  • theman73 changed the title to 10 oz Britannia KCIII 2024 £235 each plus postage

Super prices  if someone buys my Phili (hint hint) I might pull the trigger but a bar is looking good value too.. need to stay strong.. the force is strong in this young padewan 

It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop.

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Did they make a coronation one this size?

28 year old male seeking gold for steamy stacking fun.

● Gold must be willing to hide from wife, that includes any invoices.

● Respect my fear of boating. (Haven't been the same since my last boating accident)

● Big inflationary hedge preferable.

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Everybody knows the war is over / Everybody knows the good guys lost
                               Everybody knows the boat is leaking / Everybody knows the captain lied..   
                                                                                                            "Gold is money, everything else is credit" --J.P. Morgan, 1912

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