Investment Potential of Collectable Coins

The Great Britain, George V (1910 - 1936), proof set of 12 coins in a case of issue sold for an impressive £13000, well exceeding the £4000-6000 estimate.


INVESTMENT POTENTIAL OF COLLECTABLE COINS
We witnessed an exciting result for lot 1025 in today’s specialised Coins & Medals section of the Homes & Interiors sale.

The Great Britain, George V (1910 - 1936), proof set of 12 coins in a case of issue sold for an impressive £13000, well exceeding the £4000-6000 estimate.

The set had been in the vendor’s family for a very long time (possibly from new) and coins of this nature are becoming increasingly valuable as a result of their rarity and the investment potential.

Think you may be holding on to a coin of value? Talk to a specialist now - http://sworder.co.uk/Departments/coins-medallions-and-tokens

 

 


 


 

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