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#26 2014-12-05 08:30:32

phrenzy
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Re: a few nice old Sydney sovs and a question about the 1877s

That's it. Thanks. I'd be curious to know who he tight contributed knowledge of those 2 and where they are and who owns them. I'd kill for a picture to compare notes.


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#27 2014-12-28 19:46:41

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Re: a few nice old Sydney sovs and a question about the 1877s

I have several sovereigns in similar cardboard coin holder marked by reputable coin dealers mixing up the S and M mintmarks.
So what we haven't seen here is a close up picture on your coin mintmark area.
I think you have an 1877M.

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#28 2014-12-30 08:50:21

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Re: a few nice old Sydney sovs and a question about the 1877s

projack wrote:

I have several sovereigns in similar cardboard coin holder marked by reputable coin dealers mixing up the S and M mintmarks.
So what we haven't seen here is a close up picture on your coin mintmark area.
I think you have an 1877M.

If you have a look at the video it's definitely s mint mark, this photo isn't great but shows it as well.
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#29 2014-12-30 18:38:18

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Re: a few nice old Sydney sovs and a question about the 1877s

Obviously I should see it under my magnifier, but from the picture it looks good.
You should try now to get an official option and recognition if the coin is really genuine. One way to do this is to grade the coin with one of the two leading US grading company. If this coin not genuine they will not grade it.
Good luck anyway !.


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#30 2015-11-25 20:01:23

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Re: a few nice old Sydney sovs and a question about the 1877s

Did you end up getting any confirmation on this coins legitimacy phrenzy?

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#31 2016-09-25 07:57:04

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Re: a few nice old Sydney sovs and a question about the 1877s

BulkCoins15 wrote:

Come on Phrenzy ...

How did you go with this ?

We've been waiting for several months !!

Did you take it to a high profile dealer / auctioneer, such as Jim Noble in Sydney ??

If you have an exceedingly rare coin, he would be your best choice to sell to ....

Obviously he's sold it for one million dollars... Got no time for all of us.

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