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  1. I bought from them in 2011. Just to make it clear...... I have no interest in sovereign investments whatsoever.
  2. Just seen the post by mr and mrs, and it does seem like an advertisement.
  3. Never used coinivestdirect but ive used bbp. Good advice
  4. sovereign investments are competitive when you compare them against bullion by p, but not as competetive as atkimsons. Ive never used elm investments. When i look back i can say that i took a chance buying from sov invest, and i was a bit edgy after handing over my money. That said, they never ripped me off. If you want my advice, stick to the big suppliers, and you will have peace of mind.
  5. Ive used sovereign investments in the past without any problems. I havent used them since discovering atkinsons
  6. On the head side, the rim is very uneven. Its fatter along the bottom edge. Just don't look right IMO.
  7. The milled edge at the bottom is non existant, and the George & Dragon side is a very poor/weak strike.
  8. Forgot link.... http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Sovereign-Coin-1910-King-Edward-VII-22ct-Gold-/290830010330?pt=UK_Coins_BritishMilled_RL&hash=item43b6d1c7da
  9. I've been having my usual look through ebay listings at gold sovereigns, and came across this one. Is it a fake?
  10. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/221152324046?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1438.l2649 Cheap as chips!
  11. If he bought it in july 2011 (date on the COA) when gold was around £990 per ounce., he lost £3000 and a bit more. I thought gold was a preserver of wealth?
  12. It doesnt, I was being sarcastic.
  13. His other 1kg gold bar will help to soften the blow
  14. bullion by post sell for around 35K, yes
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