Depends on what is written in the contract you signed.
Have you read a contract, or just believing what you would assume?
If you look closely, you can see where the obverse was machined out and another reverse was set in the cove. You can see two inside rims on the...
Looks like the planchet had a scratch in it that was mostly struck out by the devices. The letters aren’t damaged, which means that the coin...
Looks like a potential planchet flaw.
Anyone with a box is a creditor of the bank, and contents of safe deposit boxes are the property of the bank with the bail-ins instigated under...
That works great unless the bank goes under. Look at what’s happening in China.
Sorry, I don’t get excited over modern NCLT or bullion pieces.
Probably have to contact a currency dealer that deals in obsoletes. They may not come on the forum often.
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