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    Somewhere with a half decent chance of getting a good return so not a pawnshop or cash for gold.
    thanks
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    Ebay?
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    You're not allowed to sell gold coins Jagex will ban your account
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    (Original post by Castro Saint)
    You're not allowed to sell gold coins Jagex will ban your account
    I beg your pardon? I'm asking where to sell them, not offering to sell them here.
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    Somewhere with a half decent chance of getting a good return so not a pawnshop or cash for gold.
    thanks
    what have you got as I know people who deal in gold (i do also but I am filling up on scrap stuff, watches and large precious/ semi-precious stones)
    are we talking modern coins then go to somewhere like bullion by post
    or old coins try a quality antiques dealer
    or speciality coins go to an auctioneers
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    (Original post by jamesthehustler)
    what have you got as I know people who deal in gold (i do also but I am filling up on scrap stuff, watches and large precious/ semi-precious stones)
    are we talking modern coins then go to somewhere like bullion by post
    or old coins try a quality antiques dealer
    or speciality coins go to an auctioneers
    a few victorian sovereigns and American eagles; rather doubt the American ones have any value past their weight in gold Victorian ones might; anywhere particular you'd reccomend looking?
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    a few victorian sovereigns and American eagles; rather doubt the American ones have any value past their weight in gold Victorian ones might; anywhere particular you'd reccomend looking?
    what years are they as some are worth a lot as rarity is a big factor along with condition
    but the sovereigns are worth at least £240 in gold and the eagles worth about £1,000 in gold
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    (Original post by jamesthehustler)
    what years are they as some are worth a lot as rarity is a big factor along with condition
    but the sovereigns are worth at least £240 in gold and the eagles worth about £1,000 in gold
    Hmm ching ching :P

    umm i think 1897, 1890, 1900 and 1914 for the ones i can remember

    ah doubt the eagles are worth that much they're just wee ones 1/10 Oz
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    Hmm ching ching :P

    umm i think 1897, 1890, 1900 and 1914 for the ones i can remember

    ah doubt the eagles are worth that much they're just wee ones 1/10 Oz
    the eagles are just gold value i was hoping you'd say you had early ones are the can go for £4,000 each unless you had a 1933 which is worth about £2,500,000
    but the sovereigns are
    90-£300
    97-£450 (only Australian minted that year)
    00-£450 (standard old head price)
    14-potetially £900 (if minted in Canada otherwise capped at £450)
 
 
 
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