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Is your 20p coin worth £50?



  • xhosa9
    xhosa9 Forumite Posts: 42 Forumite
    bleepy wrote: »
    Does your phone have a video camera? Film it along with a piece a paper displaying your ebay user name and post it on you tube then put a link in your advert to it.

    Take photos of the above too

    This will no doubt get an extra £50- £100 on top of the average selling price.

    Having a quick look on ebay they are selling for £250 - £300, there are loads of people asking for £1k up wards this will not happen, I don't know why they bother.

    I would also make sure your auction ends at around 7pm on Sunday to ensure you get the best possible selling price.

    Thanks for the ideas and the feedback from everyone else. I think I'll hold onto it for a while longer and see how things go but the above very useful advice and the stuff about chosing buyers carefully. Thanks everyone!
  • mightymole
    mightymole Forumite Posts: 589 Forumite
    so if i had a 20p dated 2005 not on queens head but on reverse they will give me 50 quid i think not. if ppl pay more then 20p for 1 with A dated on the reverse(tails side) are mugs and those who sell them with dates on them are con merchants
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