Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Adam95, Aug 10, 2018.
Shame about the quality but it was worth what I paid
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Still it's a George III crown, worthy of having in one's trays
Here's my George IV
Thats a very cool coin!
My 1820 Crown is not much better than yours, but here is my 1819 which takes a bit of beating:
That's beautiful and hi I've been told to check some of your stuff out for sale on eBay by one of your friends
That is very kind of the friend! Is there anything particular you are looking for? I have so much here and I never know what to list next...
Ha I'm a few days late for that coin cabinet you was selling on pre decimal
Yes - sadly spoken for, but still here. If the guy who has bagged it changes his mind I will PM you.
Do you sell coins on American Ebay ? and if you do could you give us a link to your auctions. (if it's OK)
I have sent you a PM to avoid upsetting anyone. If I can remember where I will put it in the For Sale section too in case anyone else wants it.
The dragon slayer design is one of my favorites. Awesome coin!
I have you in my saved sellers but there is something odd about the ebay set up. If I just open your items for sale I only see four items. I have to check the "worldwide" on location to see all. When I do that i get 95 items. Could just be me.
Well that probably makes sense in that there are only about 4 items I have listed at the moment where I have paid the extra to have "US and Canada" visibility included. As this costs from 30p upwards I only put it on for items that would seem to have a particular interest over there.. The "Worldwide" option overrides that - but not always. Some buyers (Ed in Thailand for instance) have to log into Ebay.co.uk to see anything - and equally I have to log into Ebay.com to see his stuff.
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