FSR recent auction 23 Feb

Discussion in 'World Coins' started by zenlib, Mar 6, 2021.

  1. zenlib

    zenlib New Member

    I would be the first to gripe if I had a problem with a dealer or auction. Therefore, if things seem to go extremely right, I feel I should give credit. I recently bought a couple of 17th & 18th century British Maundy sets from Frank Robinson. I was very pleased with what I got. Some of you might know that this period of Maundy sets is very controversial. I overpaid but I knew what I was doing and it is an auction; it is not Mr. Robinson's fault if the bids go high. I think the coins were fairly graded and they look better than the photographs. Without claiming to be an expert, most examples I have seen are "dirty." These were un-craptified circulated specimens.

    I had preciously bought a Roman Imperial Galleria Valeria from FSR. I was pleased with that too. So, FSR is two for two with me.
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  3. mrbadexample

    mrbadexample Well-Known Member

    True, people are seldom as quick to praise as they are to criticise. :) Got any pictures?
  4. zenlib

    zenlib New Member

    I have not yet reached the level of taking my own photographs, although I do aspire to it. The best I can do is direct you to the auction page. Remember, I said the coins look better than their pictures. Lots 336 and 338 at www.fsrcoin.com/h.html
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