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2012 bullion quarter sovereign ownership


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Following on from Andrews recent for sale post, where he identified the mintage on a bullion 2012 quarter sovereign is as low as 137 it got me thinking about how many we may own amongst the TSF membership. If happy to share, feel free to add to the list.

I’ll start. I own 2

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I own none, so still another 135 ( out there somewhere). I think it is only the BU that has the low mintage and not all 2012 quarter. I think some people are assuming all the quarters are the same.

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Never Chase and Never Regret 

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2 minutes ago, Petra said:

🤔oh … I have one👍

You should write if you have one another 134  (and so one for the next etc)

Never Chase and Never Regret 

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22 minutes ago, mik said:

I just don't get it. If there's only 137 why are they selling for less than £200? 🤔

Because most people don’t bother knowing about mintage figures, certainly not for anything classed as bullion🤔

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55 minutes ago, Petra said:

Because most people don’t bother knowing about mintage figures, certainly not for anything classed as bullion🤔

I can't believe there's such a chasm between bullion coin awareness and numismatic awareness. It's been totally off people's radar for the last 12 years? Will it always be so? Weird.

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Just now, mik said:

I can't believe there's such a chasm between bullion coin awareness and numismatic awareness. It's been totally off people's radar for the last 12 years? Will it always be so? Weird.

🤔next time I visit my (meagre) gold stock I will take another better look at my 2012 1/4😮🤔🤔

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1 hour ago, James32 said:

Atkinson are £200+

If you mean the Proof version on Atkinson's. That has a mintage of 7,579. The bullion seems to be only 137 mintage. And that's another thing I don't get. Why such an odd low bullion mintage?

I don't understand what Numista says about the coin either...issue limit of 250,000? (137 sales)? 250,000 sounds more plausible to me.

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1 minute ago, mik said:

If you mean the Proof version on Atkinson's. That has a mintage of 7,579. The bullion seems to be only 137 mintage. And that's another thing I don't get. Why such an odd low bullion mintage?

I don't understand what Numista says about the coin either...issue limit of 250,000? (137 sales)? 250,000 sounds more plausible to me.

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AHH sorry, was only half looking 

I like to buy the pre-dip dip

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2 minutes ago, mik said:

Still even £209.95 seems grossly undervalued for a mintage of 137

Tbh it's the way the bullion market works.

I've seen proof Australian nuggets ( mintage 100) struggling to sell for spot.

Just now, 9x883 said:

maybe the 0.25 sov were from sets?

Bullion sets?

I like to buy the pre-dip dip

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....an experiment. ×2 2012 ¼ Sovs on BBP...

Who wants a chance to buy 1 or 2 of only 137 in the entire world...lets see if they sell?Screenshot_20240328_221337_SamsungInternet.thumb.jpg.820e120aa5951c51ad10a791ecc4dd63.jpg

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3 minutes ago, mik said:

....an experiment. ×2 2012 ¼ Sovs on BBP...

Who wants a chance to buy 1 or 2 of only 137 in the entire world...lets see if they sell?Screenshot_20240328_221337_SamsungInternet.thumb.jpg.820e120aa5951c51ad10a791ecc4dd63.jpg

Too rich for my blood. I'm not ready for £704 sovereign's yet 🤣

I like to buy the pre-dip dip

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Another Sovereign that I can't find an official straight answer to is the 1925 'high rim' 1949,50,51 restrike. It's all like "Legend has it...etc"filters_quality(70).jpeg.2eb6d3a4c08fbe386a885ffafebc83a5.jpeg

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