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#1 Jose.R

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Posted 28 February 2009 - 10:54 AM

Hi I am new to the forum and writing from Spain, forgive my English so bad, I tell you what happens, I own ua small collection of gold coins that is owned by my family since 1959 who were in earnest my parents at their wedding, always listen to my mother to say that these coins had a very good, well recently I happened to watch the internet looking for coins and I realized that I had three of George V Sovereign two years 1917 and 1925 Elizabeth II and one from 1957 and including the sovereign of George V of 1917 is what my mother said it was a very good currency because according to everything I have read has become a gold sovereign george london mint v 1917 I know it is a coin listed as very rare but far from rare, I have sent photos to several auction houses, experts and all replied that I could be, but need to see it give me other direct price 6000 € I do not want to sell it for now, much less for a price so small that it would like more information about its value and what is the best place to get a certificate of authenticity seriously, I hope you reply a greeting.

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Posted 28 February 2009 - 01:48 PM

Hi I am new to the forum and writing from Spain, forgive my English so bad, I tell you what happens, I own ua small collection of gold coins that is owned by my family since 1959 who were in earnest my parents at their wedding, always listen to my mother to say that these coins had a very good, well recently I happened to watch the internet looking for coins and I realized that I had three of George V Sovereign two years 1917 and 1925 Elizabeth II and one from 1957 and including the sovereign of George V of 1917 is what my mother said it was a very good currency because according to everything I have read has become a gold sovereign george london mint v 1917 I know it is a coin listed as very rare but far from rare, I have sent photos to several auction houses, experts and all replied that I could be, but need to see it give me other direct price 6000 € I do not want to sell it for now, much less for a price so small that it would like more information about its value and what is the best place to get a certificate of authenticity seriously, I hope you reply a greeting.


Hola Jose :)

?Tienes fotos?
Depende en el condición del dinero pero si, tiene mucho valor.
No sabo de cualquier tiendas de dinero en Espana donde pueden judgzarlo y pueden dar un precio :S
Lo siento para mi espanol ;)

:sorry:

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#3 Jose.R

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Posted 01 March 2009 - 05:26 PM

Hi I am new to the forum and writing from Spain, forgive my English so bad, I tell you what happens, I own ua small collection of gold coins that is owned by my family since 1959 who were in earnest my parents at their wedding, always listen to my mother to say that these coins had a very good, well recently I happened to watch the internet looking for coins and I realized that I had three of George V Sovereign two years 1917 and 1925 Elizabeth II and one from 1957 and including the sovereign of George V of 1917 is what my mother said it was a very good currency because according to everything I have read has become a gold sovereign george london mint v 1917 I know it is a coin listed as very rare but far from rare, I have sent photos to several auction houses, experts and all replied that I could be, but need to see it give me other direct price 6000 € I do not want to sell it for now, much less for a price so small that it would like more information about its value and what is the best place to get a certificate of authenticity seriously, I hope you reply a greeting.

Hi I see that I can not tell which is the best place to bring the sovereign to give me a certificate of authenticity seriously, put pictures of my sovereign gold 1917 london, I need to inform me on which expert is right for me the authenticate a greeting,coins are not cleaned up an ever.

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#4 Jose.R

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 08:17 AM

Hi I see that I can not tell which is the best place to bring the sovereign to give me a certificate of authenticity seriously, put pictures of my sovereign gold 1917 london, I need to inform me on which expert is right for me the authenticate a greeting,coins are not cleaned up an ever.

Hi, in Spain with the auction houses that have serious habado give you the authenticity certificate if you sell them at auction, but I do not want to sell it, I needed to know of any institution seriously issuing certificates of authenticity, a greeting

#5 hussulo

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 09:47 PM

Hi Jose in my mind the best person to authenticate it would be Mr. Robert Matthews, whom produces a very detailed and thorough report on any coin given to him to examine. Link below:

http://www.coinauthentication.co.uk/
Free British coin reference websites.-   CoinsGB   Sovereign coin site

#6 RareSov

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Posted 07 March 2009 - 02:03 PM

Plain image like where you have zoomed in, but zoomed out. Just want to examine the overall shape of both sides design

From the photo where I can see the coin in full, hard to say, but looks fake. Sorry

#7 RareSov

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Posted 07 March 2009 - 02:12 PM

Genuine obverse and reverse
http://www.taxfreego...reignobv240.JPG
http://www.taxfreego...reignrev240.JPG

IF the obv looks right to you after studying the size and shape of George V's head and the lettering (which looks wrong)

Then it could be altered, and then here is what I think it once was, look at this and then look at your coin with a loupe or microscope if possible

http://www.goldsover...erguerev400.jpg

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Posted 07 March 2009 - 02:18 PM

Don't bother with altered mintmark check. Unless your images are distorted I say the coin is fake and was made.

The obverse is wrong, the letters are wrong look at REX on both yours and this
http://www.taxfreego...reignobv240.JPG

Also look at the design of the head as I say..

#9 Jose.R

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Posted 08 March 2009 - 11:33 AM

Don't bother with altered mintmark check. Unless your images are distorted I say the coin is fake and was made.

The obverse is wrong, the letters are wrong look at REX on both yours and this
http://www.taxfreego...reignobv240.JPG

Also look at the design of the head as I say..

Do not quite understand what I mean, you could be us little more clear my English is not very bueno.Todas photos and tell me that I have seen, but my soverereign is lodres (no mintmark) with pictures of sydney of a sovereign not serve me a greeting.

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Posted 17 March 2009 - 12:27 PM

Do not quite understand what I mean, you could be us little more clear my English is not very bueno.Todas photos and tell me that I have seen, but my soverereign is lodres (no mintmark) with pictures of sydney of a sovereign not serve me a greeting.


This is a GENUINE sovereign
http://www.taxfreego...reignobv240.JPG

Your coin does not look like that

#11 Jose.R

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Posted 17 March 2009 - 01:48 PM

This is a GENUINE sovereign
http://www.taxfreego...reignobv240.JPG

Your coin does not look like that

But if this is the same as sovereign
http://www.coinarchi...mp;search=throw

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