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kena

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  1. Here is the link to the £20 one - https://www.royalmint.com/gifts/by-occasion/recycled-silver-penny/
  2. If you do decide to sell them as single coins, please let me know since I would only be after one coin.
  3. Did anyone else try to order this set on Monday? As usual it was a very frustrating experience. It took me well over an hour to get an order in and then over 6 hours for the order email confirmation to arrive. Mintage is 125,000 and the house hold order limit was 1. https://www.coinnews.net/2021/09/13/2021-reverse-proof-american-silver-eagle-two-coin-set-launch/ Fingers crossed that I will get my set, if I do, it will be making a stop with my mom in Rhode Island for her to send over to me.
  4. I received my 2021 2 ounce silver Queen's Beasts completer, a 2006 & 2021 1/10 ounce silver Britannia, and a 1936 USA Rhode Island Tercentenary half dollar.
  5. kena

    Am I mad....?

    There is also the drive/competition aspect mode some people get into where every coin that have needs to be the highest grade so that they can have the highest ranking set. What happened to the days of buying the coin and not the holder. Sometimes, I miss the good old days when the bulk of what the mints did was make coins for circulation. I sometimes look at an old coin that circulation and wonder where it was been, who has touched it, and so on. In my opinion, buying a graded coin would be done, to ensure that you are not buying a fake or altered coin.
  6. I bought one of these coins from GreatBritishBullion and I do agree that EuropaBullion did a great job in making these coins. Keep up the good work.
  7. Now the decision of buying from the silver bullion one from the Royal Mint or wait to see if a dealer/seller has it cheaper in a capsule.
  8. I will be getting the silver bullion one to go along with my Robin Hood one. Might have a bit too much foliage in the design but she does seem to stand out when I look at the picture of silver one on the Royal Mint site. The third one is supposed to feature Little John.
  9. @ShadowTriadthank you for the list. Looks like I have four from the list already. Just need to hunt down single ones of: 1/10 oz 2006 Flag 1/2 oz 2011 Standing 1/10 oz 2021 Standing as well as 2015 Standing Britannia - Year of the Sheep/Ram/Goat Privy Mark I somewhat already decided that the 2019 Year of the Pig privy mark one is going to be hard to fine and expensive, so I am okay with not having that one. Is the information true that I heard the 2021 Year of Ox privy mark one is not going to be made? I am only interested in the bullion releases.
  10. I don't understand what the mint has in mind when the product pages for them when a product limit listed but no mintage limit. Compare this to what the American Eagle 2021 One Ounce Silver Reverse Proof Two-Coin Set Designer Edition says with the mintage and product limit being the same (125,000) - with a household limit of one, so I will need to try to order one of these with the crappy performance of the US Mint site when popular releases come out - lucky for me that my family don't collect so I use one of their addresses in the USA for the shipping address. I was born and grew up in the USA until work brought me to the UK in the late 1990's. The CC mint mark Morgan's always held a special appeal being of its perceived links to the wild west. I personally was never a fan of the Peace Dollar series. I am hoping that my USA coin source back in the states can obtain a full set of 2021 Morgan and Peace dollars - they were able to get orders in for all but the O privy marked Morgan dollars. My dilemma is what happens if they don't obtain a full set. Do I just settle for ones that he can get and have one missing? What I do know is that I have friends in Australia and Germany who expressed interest in the 2021 Morgan and Peace dollars until they see what the secondary market prices are. The Morgan ones seem to be the ones that they expressed more of an interest in. The other factor is that the wording of the law that authorized the Morgan and Peace dollars seems to indicate that the US Mint could release these in the future years, so will we will see 2022 ones? Some folks who have orders in have expressed a concern of what happens if their credit card gets replaced between order date and date of shipment (October+). I don't think the hype about these coins will not die down anytime soon.
  11. I also like obtaining the bullion silver fractional Britannia coins when I can find folks selling individual ones. I have two different years of the 1/4 ounce SS Gairsoppa ones as well as just one 1/10 ounce and 1/4 ounce Britannia. Years ago, I saw 2011 half ounce silver bullion one for sale but no stock was left when I a tried to order one. Anyone know what years fractional silver bullion ones could be found?
  12. I find it very odd that people are giving you a thumbs down on your upcoming YouTube video. It is like they are thinking, "I don't know or care what you are going to say, but I know that I will not like it". Good grief.
  13. No pictures, but yesterday the Goddess Europa one ounce silver coin and a 1/4 ounce silver Britannia that I bought from GreatBritishBullion on the forum arrived.
  14. goldsilver.com appears to be a US site. I find it a bit odd that don't say where they are located or where their offices are. Their privacy policy gives an address in California on https://support.goldsilver.com/hc/en-us/articles/216269187-Privacy-Policy while in their support section it gives an Illinois address on https://support.goldsilver.com/hc/en-us/articles/360045366832-Which-address-should-I-use-to-mail-my-check while another question they say their corporate HQ is in New York on https://support.goldsilver.com/hc/en-us/articles/215556968-Where-is-your-office-located-. If I was potential customer, I would find this ringing some alarm bells. Some companies that I consider the big kids back home in the USA such as Apmex, Provident Metals, and JM Bullion do give the information about their office without that much poking around. I also prefer companies that I deal with to give a product at a good price with decent service with clear information of who they are where they are located. No drama or hype about what I should be buying or how much. Seems not that much has changed with the hype in my lifetime, I still recall when the Hunt Brothers tried to corner the silver market.
  15. I would second to start with smaller purchases so you can gain comfort with buying on the forum as well as looking at the feedback of the person who are buying from. I have not paid for a membership, so I am aware that I probably missed some good deals but then again, my wallet can't afford to buy all of the shiny things I have seen on here.
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