Help with estimating value of sovereigns?

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  1. westminstrel

    westminstrel Member

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    Hey guys, so my uncle has three sovereigns that he thinks he might sell, and I was wondering if anyone here could help with suggesting their approximate values? Of course he will go in to a dealer's and get them valued, but I thought I could help by passing on an estimated figure to him (his internet knowledge is limited to emails and youtube).

    Please forgive the crappy pics. He also struggles with using his phone :| And I realize the values also depend on the quality, which isn't clear from the pics, so apologies if this request is completely ridiculous. Thanks anyway for looking.


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    1892 obverse

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    1900 reverse

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    1927 reverse

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    westminstrel Member

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    Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU! I wanted to get an idea of their approximate value, so your post helps loads.

    Yeah he should have sold a week or two ago, but he wasn't in a hurry to sell (that I know of), so probably he will wait it out. Either way, I will gladly ask him if he will be willing to let me sell it on here. I've never sold or bought anything here before, but there's always a first time.

    Once again, thanks very much for your help.
     
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    nicwinner Active Member Silver Stacker

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    just my indicative price. you can get probably 500+ AUD for that 1927 BU grade sovereign, the rest are common dates approx. 440 - 470 ea.
    hope this helps.

    regards, Nic
     
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    Thanks nicwinner and BulkCoins15, a ballpark is good enough.

    Based on what you both said, I'm getting that the 1927 could sell for a little more than the other two.
     
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    that is very correct. all pending on coin's conditions.
     

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