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  1. I got a batch of A-22 air-tites in today and started putting some gold sovereigns inside, and I noticed that one of them (1911) would not fit into the direct-fit airtite (22mm), it would not lie flat in the circular indentation in the plastic holder. I got a few other comparable sovereigns and they fit fine. I started thinking that the 1911 was possibly fake because all other sovereigns fit fine in the airtite holder. I took some measurements as best I could and there's nothing that really sticks out in comparison with the others I measured. Am I unnecessarily worried about a 110+ year old coin that didn't get struck with the exact right dimensions to make it fit into a plastic holder? Perhaps it's not perfectly circular or flat. If the coin in question fit in the airtite fine, I would have no reason to consider it as possibly suspect since it passes all my tests (sigma, magnet, dimension weight, ping test, etc). Year Diameter Thickness Grams Sigma Fits in A22 airtite? 1911 22.26mm 1.58mm 8.0 mid - 2 No, won't lie flat inside unless I force it in 1928 22.07mm 1.52mm 8.0 mid - 1 Yes 1903 22.24mm 1.56mm 8.0 mid - 1 Yes
  2. Hi Ron, I prefer ungraded bullion, but will definitely consider graded ones as well (especially 1967-1969 Krugs as they are very low mintage).
  3. https://www.etsy.com/listing/972237083/1967-gold-krugerrand?ga_order=most_relevant&ga_search_type=all&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_search_query=krugerrand&ref=sr_gallery-1-6&organic_search_click=1&cns=1 Fake 1967 Krugerrand for sale
  4. Hi, New user to this forum, but I've had many transactions on reddit/collectors.com/thesilverforum.com/bullionstacker (Username Keevan, many successful precious metals transactions across those sites.) 21+year eBay account: davek89 I am looking for 1oz/0.5oz/0.25oz/0.1oz gold Krugerrands, years: 1969, 1985-2007 (except 1988, 1990, 1993, 1998, 2002), and 2012 Let me know what you've got. Thanks!