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Considering a series on the Sovereign's history, design, collectibility and possibly varieties

Considering a series discussing the Sovereign's history, designs, collectibility and possibly varieties - not errors  

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  1. 1. Would you be interested in a series discussing the Sovereign?

    • Yes
    • No
  2. 2. Should the level of content be geared towards

    • Novice collectors or those not familiar with the series
    • A mixture for the novice and those famialr with the Sovereign, but who lack a complete understanding of the series
    • Advanced collectors or those who would like to learn more about varieties rather than history and design
  3. 3. What format would you most like to see?

    • A series of journals possibly broken down by monarch and portrait
    • A series of posts only discussing a certain variety (one at a time)
    • A one hour presentation possibly through the ANA elearning academy or other vehicle
  4. 4. How would you rate your knowledge level in regards to the Sovereign?

    • Novice
    • Intermediate
    • Advanced

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To aid in the development of a series of journals, too much information for regular posts or a single journal on the Soverign's history, designs, collectibily and possibly varieties - not errors. The poll is to determine what level of information should I include or even if there is enough interest out there to go to the trouble in the first place.

Edited by Zebo
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If you are trying to define a target audience in the US, then it is most likely novice to low intermediate; think type collector or production mints.  World Colonial mentioned a key impediment.

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