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  1. I’m new here and got a couple of 1 oz gold coins ( really nice) couple of sovs ( bit underwhelming) and the ‘seven’ 1oz coins in silver. Having trawled lots of posts on here, it seems the best way to stack pm is go for gold, to avoid vat and space, probably sovs as they are easy to offload and relative low premium. My budget is around £350 per month so thinking of getting 1 sov per month. I then started looking into collecting different heads, proof, unc, bu etc and that’s when the costs get silly. Also I see grade b coins but to be honest Im not particularly bothered if the coins are scratche
  2. A gold 1oz is beautiful and great to hold. I was massively underwhelmed when I bought my first sov, but I always think it’s worth £300 and it cheers me up. My plan is to collect different heads but not pay over the top or going looking for rare ones. Unless you are loaded I’d invest in sovs and buy a few 1oz silver coins ( the big 7) for interests sake.
  3. Just started on the PM journey. I’ve been dipping my toe in for last couple of years but now want to start accumulating. For pure interest sake I’ve got Gold - 2 x 1oz gold coins, 2 full sovs. Silver - the 7 main silver 1oz coins plus 3 perth lunar 2 silver coins. Not particularly interested in collecting although I might try finish the lunar series in slow time. Watched loads of YouTube vids on silver stacking and looks tempting to get as many silver brits as I can. I want to remove the emotions and just want to go cheapest route - secondary market to avoid the 20% vat .
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