Centenary Florin ES

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  1. paugreg

    paugreg New Member

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    I saw a Centenary Florin EF (typo in the title) grade at an antique shop on the weekend for $850.

    At first I thought that was quite cheap but on further research have found that it might be right on the money.

    What do you think?
     
  2. aussiesilver

    aussiesilver Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Closer to $375-$400 for EF
     
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    bja Member Silver Stacker

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    I would not bother buying an EF, you will not make any money on it. Jump onto Drakesterling or Sterling and Currency, they normally have a few and they will be slabbed (by PCGS not APCGS!!).

    $550 will buy you a MS64 - that's good value!
     
  4. The_Roll_ Man

    The_Roll_ Man Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I've seen recent auctions sell EF for around $150. - $200.

    Prices for EF these days are what VF used to bring ten years ago.
     
  5. ozcopper

    ozcopper Administrator Staff Member

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    The numismatic market has taken quite a hit in recent times. I'm glad I sold my 1983 20 cent RAM roll a couple of years ago!
     

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