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    Well,i dont think SANGS are doing themselves any favours in terms of credibility if they think the 1929 1/2 Crown/2.5 Shillings is a VF25,whether its a trial strike or not,and i seriously doubt it,the grading of VF25 is a little embarrassing....
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    I have see these trial coins posted on a FB page previously. In my opinion a trial strike like the 1929 copper half crown would not see that much circulation, especially in such an obvious wrong metal. So too me it makes little sense. A similar example would the bronze one pound, but it has seen no circulation: https://coins.ha.com/itm/south-africa/world-coins/south-africa-george-v-bronze-pattern-sovereign-1928-sa-/a/3016-25093.s?ic4=ListView-ShortDescription-071515
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    I agree with you - very few trial strikes (patterns I believe?) circulated, and if they did, it would be a true miracle if they actually circulated down to VF condition .... But sometimes one do get some stunning new discoveries like this 1926 Penny where the the obverse is the reverse incused – a stunning error coin. (The coin is the correct weight, so has NOT been "split" in half)
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    Holding our breath too 😁
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    When I was still the editor of “Treasure Talk” the Newsletter for South African Metal Detectorists, we had a yearly “Best Find of the Year” Competition. This find a few hours ago would have won them all – eight gold coins – 7 Victorian sovereigns and a half-sovereign dating from the 1880s onward. The finder and the location will be kept secret for now, but boy, what a find!
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    I do however see that the button on the top right hand side of the sellers page to take you back to the old site is no longer there. The only way to get to the old site is to scroll to the bottom of the page.
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    https://old.bidorbuy.co.za/
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    @BravoLima are you still having problems? I've been using the old site today without any problems.
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