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  1. I hadn't even thought of this. Are there any names you could suggest looking at?
  2. If there's a sudden drop in the US stock market sometime over the next 6-8 weeks, do you think the immediate impact on the gold spot price would be to drag it down temporarily, or would the spot price begin it's ascent immediately?
  3. https://www.macrotrends.net/1333/historical-gold-prices-100-year-chart I was looking at the historic gold price at the link above. I noted that the gold price went up in the period immediately from 1929 and also from 2008, which is to be expected. However, it went down during WWI and WWII. Why did it not increase?
  4. Presumably there's very little chance of purchasing fakes if purchasing vintage sovereigns from any of the sites listed on the webpage below: http://goldprice.eu5.net/# When purchasing, is there concern that experts at these companies can also get fooled? Or is that something that is so rare, it's not something to be too concerned about? Particularly those in the upper half of the listings who have the better headline prices.
  5. That's a good point. Added 0 minutes later... Thanks Martlet.
  6. Nice site - haven't seen that before.
  7. Stacking weight. Not clued up on historic sovs. I noticed on physicalgold.com that they have the option to purchase historic sovs Queen Vic - Queen Elizabeth, though you just get what they have in stock it would appear. You don't choose the actual years on this particular option. I was thinking, if it's a very similar price to purchasing 2020 sovs, perhaps there's also the numismatic value to these older coins irrespective of the specific year. That is, as they are "vintage" compared to 2020 coins.
  8. Would anyone have any opinions on which you think is the better long-term investment (10+ years). a) 2020 uncirculated full Sovereigns. b) Full Sovereigns from Queen Victoria to Queen Elizabeth. These would not be uncirculated. Cost is more or less the same for either option. Thanks.
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