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    WOOOOOO

    Anyone know where i should go to get the most money for them?
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    ebay?
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    ebay? or you could just be generous and give them to me.
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    Send them to me and I'll give you two 40p coins!
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    I read one went on ebay for 6000, seems too much tho?
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    Where do u live .. im doing a survey on the general public :P !
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    lucky git! be nice and give me one?
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    It's not the banks looking for them back, it's coin collectors who are buying them up.

    Stick them on eBay with a £50 starting price each.

    Lucky you.



    Edit: I'm a retard. You register and sell them to the London Mint Office.
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    Me, I'll offer you a good price
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    I'll be willing to buy them, pm.
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    Ebay perhaps; but people have started selling 20p coins "without date on head side" (but of course they're the old style ones which had the date on the tails side). Also, there are new issue coins "without date on tails side" being sold, to which the same thing applies.

    Example 1 Example 2 (Both worth just 20p)
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    I have about 12 of them, I had alot of them in my till at work so I called my friend and got him to buy some sweets and pay with £20, then I gave him as many of the 20p's i could and we split them up between us the next day

    So i have about £500 if I sell them all
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    EDIT: Ebay!!!
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    Ebay i would guess.

    Or you can always do a fair trade with me
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    50p?
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    Buy this one! And you get a free car lol
    £5000 - But yet scroll down and their selling for £1.99 lol

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/20-pence-coin-...3A1%7C294%3A50
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    Whats so valuable about these coins? :confused:
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    you can get around £150 for them on ebay. I'm putting mine on tomorrow.
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    (Original post by Gilly Gillett)
    London Mint Office will give you £50 each for them, that's where you'll make most.
    They sell for significantly more on ebay.
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    (Original post by Gilly Gillett)
    London Mint Office will give you £50 each for them, that's where you'll make most.
    :nah: No.
 
 
 
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