Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Hiddendragon, Aug 5, 2020.
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dates could you expect to find in this hoard? I'm guessing they
are all of the same type.
Looks like an awful lot of fun to sort through in that plastic bag!
I do see a Shilling left towards the bottom.
The series runs 1947 to 1967 but as I've been going through them I've found a few earlier silver ones as well as some non-British coins and shillings that crept in. I'll give an update when I'm done counting.
Man after my own heart. If you like one, you LOVE 1200! I feel the same about all of my coins.
Sounds like you paid about the going rate for bulk non-silver sixpences - about double face value. I am just in the process of selling a similar lot for the same price to another dealer here in the UK. As you have discovered they often make 4 times face or more on Ebay or in a retail shop. The silver bits were a happy bonus!
8 * 20 * 2 = 320 sixpence
I see what you did there. No, 8 pounds in weight of sixpence, not monetary value.
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