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Rare 1924SA and 1917

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Hello to everyone 


i have noticed that bullionbypost has two particular sovereigns priced at around 10K GBP, the 1924 SA and 1917 london. 

i am really wondering, are there people (for example in here) who are willing to spend this amount of money on these two sovereigns?

links here:

1917 london






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Both of them are R3 and they are quite pricey coins. However, you'd have to be a very serious collector with enough spare cash that £10k wouldn't make a dint in the petty cash account. That said, I would love to have both of them.

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COTR had a Edward C mint listed yesterday on the Buy it now price at over £8k that seems to have now sold

Never Chase and Never Regret 

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1917 London sov is a particularly tricky year. Mintage was not that low (1.000.000 if i m not mistaken) but most of them were sent away to the US to pAy a debt and melted down. But of course some (how many??) survived. It is worth now 10-15 grand because the known population is very low, but what if more pops up?

last but not least there are a lot of 1917 counterfeit sovs aRound from other mints, with the mint mark taken away to look like a London one. 

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