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  1. @ExpatBrian, apparently your view was shared by lots of others as the vast majority are already sold.
  2. Apologies for the misinformation on my part.
  3. All power to those who can manage one of these at this price but imho it seems an awful lot to pay for a modern silver coin with an issue of c 150 however stunning it may be and notwithstanding that per oz it is cheaper than the smaller equivalents and has a lower mintage .
  4. Is there any news on when the I kilo silver will be issued and what the mintage will be ? Presumably it won't be available from the RM ( at least it is not listed there) but from its Sovereign Rarities "branch " as we now think of it?
  5. Would be interested to know how much a good silver unslabbed 2oz RM Una goes for nowadays? All I can see is someone on ebay selling the Three Graces and Una coins together
  6. Not sure what what qualifies a coin like this for a First Day of Issue label . Given that these are proof non-circulation coins that sold out within an hour or so of being launched, aren't they all First Day of Issue? cf stamp first day covers. Looks like a marketing ploy to make them seem more exclusive than all the rest.
  7. For anyone who is interested(!) apparently RM holds around 23% of Sovereign Rarities , which itself made £1m of profit last year. Likewise , for those so inclined(!) the front end of RM accounts for last year make quite interesting reading . https://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/company/06964873/filing-history
  8. Interesting tie-up . I suppose that it gives RM a channel to source old coins which seems a developing part of it business and to sell new ones at prices that it might not feel able to do publicly direct.
  9. I agree , slabbing for selling on (depending on the premium/cost) but not if you are keeping particularly for the larger size coins that you might want to display from time to time -if anyone does that apart from me? Although if I was buying in the after-market privately from ebay I would feel more confident in buying a slabbed coin, especially as most sellers don't allow returns
  10. Its very interesting to compare the posts on the early pages of this subject when people were wondering whether or not to go for these coins and whether they would prove a good buy ,to those more recently . Maybe a lesson to all of us there.
  11. With such a stunning design (maybe to some tastes even more exceptional than the Una ,which itself is a very attractive coin) these are always likely to hold a premium over the issue price. I am less convinced that the very high premiums at which the silver coins are now being traded will remain in the long term , with quite a few of these being issued and the Mint maybe milking their popularity by issuing so many different size versions . If only 10% of the 3000 2oz coins are flipped, that means 300 coins that need to find buyers from those who have not already got one. I personally wi
  12. It would be really interesting to see a photo of the 5oz and 10oz side by side
  13. I heard from a dealer that a lot of the Three Graces are being bought by buyers outside the UK , particularly Japan.
  14. Would be interested to know why the Alderney Three Graces are selling for quite a bit less that the RM ones when for example the 5oz silver RM is in an edition of 500 and the Alderney an edition of 200 . The design of the Three Graces looks pretty well identical on each .
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