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  1. What do you think? Former Prime Minister David Cameron breaks silence about his links to scandal-hit Greensill Capital, the squeeze on silver continues to affect global mints and their supply chains, and the UK takes another step towards normality as government restrictions are relaxed. Ex-Prime Minister David Cameron broke his 30-day silence over his political lobbying on behalf of Greensill Capital which collapsed last month. In his statement, Cameron admitted he should have acted differently and that "there are lessons to be learned". The former PM has faced scrutiny over efforts
  2. https://m.youtube.com/watch?ctrack=2788277&type=collectorb-img2-coinus-news-tem033021&v=g_g5FOKZNBk&feature=youtu.be Edward VIII https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fQoc_7M_6lU 1822 Half Eagle Two very different styles
  3. Someone dumped a very large amount of GSA CCs on the market a few years ago. It really brought down the prices of them - especially the common ones such as the 1882,1883,1884s. I was a collector of them and had very nice examples of all - except the one that was selling for 11K at the time. I ended up selling most of the collection. At items, I wish I kept it.
  4. Thanks for the content summary Roger -- convinced me to pick up a copy of the Saudi book. I still have others to read before it ( two of them are yours0, but he content sounds very interesting and well rounded.
  5. As of yesterday - Hanson and Brush haven't discussed the 1933 and whether or not they'll go after it. My thought - yes, but with a limit.
  6. Posted yesterday ATS: From the 100 greatest U.S. Coins by edition and in reference to the auction of the 1933 STG DE: Top three listed as: 1st Ed. 1804 Dollar, 1913 Liberty Nickel, 1933 DE 2nd Ed. 1804 Dollar, 1913 Liberty Nickel, 1933 DE 3rd Ed. 1913 Liberty Nickel, 1907 UHR DE, 1933 DE 4th Ed. 1804 Dollar, 1913 Liberty Nickel, 1907 UHR DE (1933 listed in 4th place) 5th Ed. 1804 Dollar, 1849 DE, 1794 Dollar (1933 listed in 5th place) 6th edition will depend on how well the 1933 does in auction. Over 10 million it moves up (opinion) Also - what happened to the 180
  7. I'd love to go to the New York International or the Rosemont shows, but I doubt if I will. So a local show will have to do for now.
  8. with the virus dying down and states opening -- what coin show is top on your list? I haven't had the itch to attend one in a while, but the warm weather is taunting me to go out. Auctions have been fine up to today!
  9. I was hoping for a bit more participation. I've decided to end the poll a bit earlier than planned to not keep some of the regulars in suspense. My next poll may be on the coinage of the Isle of Man. I cannot see who scored the best - so grade yourself. Thanks for participating - I hope you had fun. 1) What was the most comprehensive collection of sovereigns that has gone to auction? Hemisphere, Quartermaster, Park House, Bentley, George Correct answer: the Bentley Collection auctioned by Baldwins in three parts. 2) What is the main difference between Type 1 and Type 2 Sydn
  10. I was hoping for a bit more participation. I've decided to end the poll a bit earlier than planned to not keep some of the regulars in suspense. My next poll may be on the coinage of the Isle of Man. I cannot see who scored the best - so grade yourself. Thanks for participating - I hope you had fun. 1) How many countries has the Sovereign been minted in under the auspices of the Royal Mint? 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Correct answer is 5: England, Australia, Canada, India and South Africa - Listed in the order they opened for business. 2) How many mints issued sovereigns? 1,
  11. Some hits and some misses, I'll post the results in a couple/few days allowing others to vote.
  12. Some hits and some misses, I'll post the results in a couple/few days allowing others to vote.
  13. Yes they are. There is one correct answer to each question. No trick questions.