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NeutronJack

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NeutronJack last won the day on July 10

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  1. 4x 2019 1oz South Korean Tiger (BU) Silver Medals NeutronJack
  2. Emirates Gold Silver Bars - 20g, 1oz, 50g and 100g NeutronJack
  3. Some aquatically-themed BU coins from Scottsdale Mint 4x 2018 1oz Samoa Silver Seahorse 4x 2018 1oz Cayman Islands Silver Marlin 4x 2018 1oz Barbados Silver Caribbean Seahorse NeutronJack
  4. A 2018 10oz South Korean Tiger BU Silver Medal ... NeutronJack
  5. Hi @Dazzlinh sent you a PM.
  6. Hi @BackyardBullion and @ChrisSilver Could I have the same numbers as last year, please? Thanks and regards, NeutronJack
  7. I could be wrong about this, but I seem to recall reading at some point (prior to the release of the first coin) that the 'Rwanda Nautical Ounce' series would be limited to a four-coin series only (both in BU and Proof versions): 2017: Santa Maria 2018: HMS Endeavour 2019: Victoria 2020: Mayflower So, much as I've liked all of these designs to date, I wasn't actually expecting any further releases. The 1oz and 3oz antique high relief versions of the Mayflower only, which I agree are very impressive, were intended as a kind of artistic 'final flourish' to coincide with the ship's 400th anniversary in 2020, I believe. Having said that, I wouldn't say no to another release, if it does actually happen! Regards, NeutronJack
  8. Thanks for your sharing your thoughts on this @LawrenceChard I fully agree with you. Of course, this then begs the question: why do this ... and why now, specifically? Bearing in mind, it's the Royal Mint. NeutronJack
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