Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Scott Heywood, Sep 23, 2020.
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Do you have photos?
I can't say if you got ripped off or not since we don't know how much you paid.
I CAN say that it is not something I would've paid a premium for.
*not* related to the "Royal Mint". It is a wholly, and totally independent sourcing and manufacturer of tokens and commemorative tokens and such.
below excerpt taken from their Company-background page https://www.londonmintoffice.org/company-information/company-background
The London Mint Office is a privately owned company established in 2006. It is part of Samlerhuset AS, a Norwegian company based just outside of Oslo who are one of Europe's biggest distributors of commemorative coins and medals and the owner of the Norwegian Mint.Together with its sister organisations across Europe, The London Mint Office provides a wide range of coins from ancient to modern, originating from virtually every country in the world.
... copper and zinc and sometimes tin or arsenic ...
sometimes is too many times ...
Separate names with a comma.