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ZigZag

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ZigZag last won the day on November 13 2021

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About ZigZag

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Midlands, U.K
  • Stacker/Collector
    Both

My Precious Metals

  • Metals I am interested in
    Silver
    Gold
  • I am interested in
    Bullion
    Collectible bullion & Semi Numismatics
    Numismatics (Proof coins)
    High Premium Numismatics & Collectibles (Premium Proof and premium collectible coins)
  • My current Stack/Collection is mainly
    Silver
    Gold
  • What I am collecting / Investing in
    WANT various 1/10th gold coins. Sovereigns 2000 - 2010.
    Investing in Gold Bullion/proof sovereigns and Britannia’s, Silver anything else I happen to like 😂
  • Coin series I have completed
    1 Oz Silver Koala, Kookaburra and Britannia (bar 1st coin) date runs. Australian 1oz Silver Lunar Series 2
  • Whats in my stack/collection
    What collection? 😉

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  1. Maybe even a sign of expectation, the expectation today’s bargain, feeling like it could be another days expensive mistake. FOMO is on hold right now, people keeping powder dry?
  2. Would love a privy Kook with Koala on it.
  3. My Kooaburra gold 1/10th’s collection is becoming pricey, as I’m using EMK (wish I could find a U.K dealer but several enquiries drew a blank 😔) Still, just love Kook’s in any form and this is the cheapest way of date running in gold for my kids.
  4. 3 Gold 1/10’s for sale. All coins in good Bullion condition as per photo. Would prefer to sell job lot at £490 inclusive of RMSD, perhaps ideal for someone wanting a 1/10’s collection. Listing below my individual value, if nobody is tempted will sell at separate prices but these will be plus RMSD postage. 1980 Krugerrand £160, 2012 Philharmoniker £160 and 2016 Kangaroo £170 each. U.K mainland only please. Payment by bank transfer.
  5. Thanks to @AgD and @sovereignsteve who proved the old adage if you don’t ask, you don’t get works. These nice 2005 Australia proof sovereign’s have turned up last few days for me.
  6. My aim is purely to diversify my asset risk and then ultimately leave that stacking portion for my kids one day. If I can get to between 10-15% of my disposable asset wealth, I’ll be happy for them. So far they have shown some interest, so dangling a few date run carrots, I’m hoping will keep them engaged. Otherwise, it’s a mix of gold and silver that I can split equally and they can store securely. Maybe the odd pension top up sale for me too.
  7. Great advice. Was always told paying off your mortgage is like removing a millstone around your neck. If you can do it before hitting 40, it’s way less stress as you age.
  8. Because i didn’t bump it, as the final price was more than fair for what I paid @Tn21, you didn’t look back far enough and someone else did 😉🤣
  9. Two x 1987 Gold 1/10’s Bullion condition as per photo (bought previously on TSF as part of small lot form highly respected seller @Tn21) Price £300 sold as a pair. Payment by Bank Transfer and postage mainland U.K only please.
  10. Did my best to educate mine, that if you had uncle bens and and a curry sauce recipe (or tin), then literally anything could be curried. Seem to remember spam was my specialty. How times change 🙄😂
  11. Buddy, I know where you’re coming from, back in the day, some of mine had mouldy walls and pretty grotty bathrooms. Saying that if you’ve watched the young ones, my sons digs are a modest upgrade and given the run ins I’ve had along with another parent, with his landlord; I’d say him and his mates are some way off opulence. They’ve all took on part time summer or term time jobs, so as not to take on extra debt in their 3rd year too. The biggest laugh for him was getting furlough pay from a leisure centre he worked at before Uni. He happily took the money, but volunteered at the air ambulance shops to appease his conscience for doing so. It depends on the students and their upbringings I’d say, not all are fooled that student life, indebtedness it brings, will all be a bed of roses, due to a nailed on career and mega bucks. All down to work ethic in my mind.
  12. My son is a final year student, his campus has a Greggs, he joked tonight that Sausage Rolls have gone up 5p to £1.05; the students have managed to work out its 5% price rise.. Might take a long time, but those sort of price rises get the cogs whirring even in the masses.
  13. My freshly filled Bullion date runs with added proof for their birth years, to be stashed underneath. Hopefully they will keep these 18th birthday presents a long time.
  14. Nah, I went back fortunately to finish something a grandparent started, I’m bang up to date and completed this year phew!! 😂
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