A Maundy set - incomplete as the 1 pence coin is missing. 1904 Edward VII - available for £100. Old original box, not in great condition. The coins have routine wear & tear not in the best condition.
Should I go for it???
what would you do
Quote: "COINMAN1"Did you buy it?I haven't bought them yet.
Quote: "COINMAN1"Went to my local coin shop today, for the first time in many months. He had 5 Maundy sets for sale. Dated from the late 1770's to early 1900's.
Prices started at £130.00 up to nearly £300.00. All in boxes except one set and all looked pretty decent
Quote: "COINMAN1"Latest up-date on Maundy coin sets as sent by my dealer friendCan you please (if possible) post photos of the 1902 attractive bluish toned unc set £129 (Plastic case)
1746 George II VF set (2d is EF, 3d is GVF) in modern Maundy case £249
1829 Set in modern box Ef (3d has a couple of small faults) £159
1902 attractive bluish toned unc set £129 (Plastic case)
1904 Unc set £125 (loose)
1914 lovely toned set of 4 unc in modern maundy box £137.50
Then we have sets from the years 1929, 1930, 1939, 1948, 1949,
and 1983 at £145 each. All about Unc
Well the 1792 Wire money set is a little
mixed condition as many of the older sets
often are. The 1d and the 3d are about EF
and the 2d VF with the 4d GVF.
The price in a modern box is £345
If you need any further information, let me know, and I will pass on any questions
Quote: "COINMAN1"These are not my sets, so I will ask my friend if he can send photograph.okay, thanks
Quote: "COINMAN1"My friend has this set at home, so photographs attached.Really appreciate your prompt help.
Not too sure is these are good enough
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