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  1. Welcome to the forum 😀
  2. Hi and a hearty welcome to the forum 🙂
  3. Not quite sold out! If you have some spare change in your pocket, you'll need to go to Power Coin. But, it does come with a hefty price tag. Maybe, best to see what the Royal Mint has to say 🙂 https://www.powercoin.it/en/europe/4973-james-bond-007-agent-1-kg-kilo-silver-coin-500-pounds-united-kingdom-2020.html
  4. I agree. I suspect they'll mint a whole load of them being that Winnie the Pooh has always been popular. But, it all remains to be seen!
  5. Huuu! I like Elton John, but I'm not sure what to say about this coin design. I'll have a think about it. I wonder if the Royal Mint has its eyes set on 'The Fab Four', the Beatles??? If they're thinking about it, my advice would be 'Handle with care!' 🙂
  6. Just watched your video on YouTube - enjoyed it very much. Well done! When's the next one?
  7. Thanks Graham. They're all sold out at the Dutch mint - easy to understand why. They're great coins.
  8. Having 'multiple streams of income' is always a useful thing (Udemy's a good start); makes you more 'flexible' and that's what we need to be in these uncertain days. The head of the International Money Fund, Kristalina Georgieva, warned of a major Western financial crash in January this year (before Covid-19 kicked off in the UK), but her warning wasn't reported by the media. Whatever happens from here on is anybody's guess, but being flexible, using whatever skills you have and/or pooling knowledge/skills (with like-minded people) to make an extra penny or two is always a good idea.
  9. Thanks for the information. Much appreciated.
  10. Dear all, I joined the Silver Forum today, largely thanks to one of the Forum's members who post videos on YouTube regularly; a highly valued source of information for me. I started collecting precious metal coins last year after coming across some Britannia and Queen's Beasts coins. I have a very small collection, which I am looking to grow over time. In fact, I acquired a few pieces of bullion but, I realise now that I have developed a preference for proof coins. So, I will be watching, learning and looking to seasoned Silver Forum members for some valuable pointers. Best rega
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