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  1. 20% I can live with however I was working out the premium on this Aztec 5 pounds round and I'm paying more in premium than the silver value. I was under the impression a lot of these dealers imported without paying vat. For example atkinsons and chards are normally cheaper than the Royal mint. And even sellers on this forum sell there silver cheaper than those dealers?
  2. I thought you could get away with the vat because its imported. Is it luck of the draw or do customs always know its silver because of the sender ? I've seen the 5oz advertised on here I might bite the bullet and just buy one. But at £180 incl vat It's basically double spot price.
  3. Hahah you tryna up sale lol I'm interested in the 5oz round. 1/10th will be so small you can't appreciate the artwork. Did you import yours ? Or buy from an importer?
  4. I know its not a proof. But would you say its a collectible and may go up in value ?
  5. Does anyone know how many : The Aztec Calendar 5oz Silver Round were minted or made? Or is it a continuing line? Thanks
  6. Can I get one. £30 includes postage and a capsule ?
  7. One bit of advice I have. Accumulate over a long time. Meaning spread your buying throughout the year and over multiple years. That way if the price drops or rises you won't have bought everything at the right or wrong time. But over time your price per ounce/gram will even out meaning you can sell at lower prices.
  8. Diversify. Allocate equal amounts to Tracker funds etfs or shares Physical gold and silver Property That way you are covered. The first two you can buy with little cash or savings. Property you may have to save longer. So it will take time. However all 3 give you the best strategy to come out on top in the future. Plus I think buying physical gold and silver has more of an allure because its cool to say I have "physical gold or silver" compared to I have stocks or Property. So most people don't really care if it doesn't make money. Backing up your point that it just holds wealth. But I also agree with @sixgun if you buy at the right time it can generate a nice profit. But minus the storage fees and factor in how much you have (economies of scale) and your probably just breaking even. Confirmation bias and all that I suppose to some degree.
  9. Oh I see. Well I may have to get together with other forum members and instigate a market manipulation! PREVENT THIS POST FROM GOING OVER £295MY COMRADES just joking before my membership gets pulled
  10. Make sure you reply. I'll be the one sending it! LOL
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