The King Of Rock 'n' Roll free coin (London Mint Office)

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The King Of Rock 'n' Roll free coin (London Mint Office)

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Re: The King Of Rock 'n' Roll free coin (London Mint Office)

Postby TonyS » Thu Jun 10, 2021 9:38 am


It’s free right?
I’m confused.

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How does a 14 day money back guarantee work on this?

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Re: The King Of Rock 'n' Roll free coin (London Mint Office)

Postby STEVE MORSE » Thu Jun 10, 2021 1:21 pm

It's a half-crown (as opposed to half-a-crown). Probably legal tender in Jersey, which is often the case.

I've decided I don't need it ! ;)

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Re: The King Of Rock 'n' Roll free coin (London Mint Office)

Postby John » Thu Jun 10, 2021 5:55 pm

TonyS wrote:

It’s free right?
I’m confused.

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How does a 14 day money back guarantee work on this?

In 14 days they give you back what you didn't give them in the first place, and they guarantee to do so. Get with it.


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Re: The King Of Rock 'n' Roll free coin (London Mint Office)

Postby TonyS » Thu Jun 10, 2021 6:09 pm

John wrote:
TonyS wrote:

It’s free right?
I’m confused.

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How does a 14 day money back guarantee work on this?

In 14 days they give you back what you didn't give them in the first place, and they guarantee to do so. Get with it.

Thanks, I’m such a dummy. :D
But I know this is wrong.
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Re: The King Of Rock 'n' Roll free coin (London Mint Office)

Postby Colin B » Sat Jun 19, 2021 6:39 am

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The actual coin has more of a gold colour than the silver in the pre-issue ads.
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Re: The King Of Rock 'n' Roll free coin (London Mint Office)

Postby TonyS » Sat Jun 19, 2021 9:05 am

Colin B wrote:The actual coin has more of a gold colour than the silver in the pre-issue ads.

That’s more of an everlasting tribute. ;)
I suspect you’ve been charged for the upgrade, or they sent you the wrong one.
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Re: The King Of Rock 'n' Roll free coin (London Mint Office)

Postby Colin B » Sat Jun 19, 2021 9:08 am

Colin B wrote:The actual coin has more of a gold colour than the silver in the pre-issue ads.
TonyS wrote:That’s more of an everlasting tribute. ;)


Might have been if it was real gold...
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Re: The King Of Rock 'n' Roll free coin (London Mint Office)

Postby TonyS » Sat Jun 19, 2021 9:10 am

Colin B wrote:
Colin B wrote:The actual coin has more of a gold colour than the silver in the pre-issue ads.
TonyS wrote:That’s more of an everlasting tribute. ;)


Might have been if it was real gold...

See my edited post above.

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Re: The King Of Rock 'n' Roll free coin (London Mint Office)

Postby Colin B » Sat Jun 19, 2021 9:17 am

Colin B wrote:The actual coin has more of a gold colour than the silver in the pre-issue ads.
TonyS wrote:That’s more of an everlasting tribute. ;)
Colin B wrote:Might have been if it was real gold...
TonyS wrote:See my edited post above.


Oh, right, looks like 24 carat [layered] gold then !
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Re: The King Of Rock 'n' Roll free coin (London Mint Office)

Postby TonyS » Sat Jun 19, 2021 9:33 am

Colin B wrote:
Colin B wrote:The actual coin has more of a gold colour than the silver in the pre-issue ads.
TonyS wrote:That’s more of an everlasting tribute. ;)
Colin B wrote:Might have been if it was real gold...
TonyS wrote:See my edited post above.


Oh, right, looks like 24 carat [layered] gold then !

Did you pay extra?

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Re: The King Of Rock 'n' Roll free coin (London Mint Office)

Postby Colin B » Sat Jun 19, 2021 9:43 am

TonyS wrote:Did you pay extra?


Yes, I went for the one in the presentation case...
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Re: The King Of Rock 'n' Roll free coin (London Mint Office)

Postby TonyS » Sat Jun 19, 2021 10:37 am

Colin B wrote:
TonyS wrote:Did you pay extra?


Yes, I went for the one in the presentation case...

That’s why it’s gold, you didn’t order the basic version as seen it the advert.
Good news is that you do have a 14 day money back guarantee. :lol:
Oh, and I’ve just ordered the basic version with £2.50 shipping to see how it plays out.
THEY can cancel your order anytime within 14 days… I suspect they might do that, especially as I didn’t agree or even sign up to any further notifications from them.


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Re: The King Of Rock 'n' Roll free coin (London Mint Office)

Postby TonyS » Fri Jul 02, 2021 3:57 pm

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It arrived today, along with multiple invites to purchase future editions to complete the set in the FREE presentation case supplied.
Not something I’m going to do, but it’s a great marketing ploy and I’m sure it will be successful.
Here’s the paupers version Colin.

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Re: The King Of Rock 'n' Roll free coin (London Mint Office)

Postby John » Fri Jul 02, 2021 7:14 pm

TonyS wrote:02E6255D-5A23-44B2-93E8-87117A0C1F81.jpegB5F08B1C-46EF-45A8-8DB0-F493E3CC5915.jpegIt arrived today, along with multiple invites to purchase future editions to complete the set in the FREE presentation case supplied.
Not something I’m going to do, but it’s a great marketing ploy and I’m sure it will be successful.
Here’s the paupers version Colin.

Poor boy.


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