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  1. Just received from RM “Thank you for your interest in the Three Graces 2020 UK Two-Ounce Silver Proof coin. Unfortunately, due to the overwhelming popularity of the product, by the time we received your order for processing, the item was no longer available and is now off-sale. Any other items ordered are being processed and will be despatched in due course. Your card will not be debited for the item shown above. We are extremely sorry for any disappointment or inconvenience caused. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Kind R
  2. No, just the 2oz. The 5oz was not showing as available when I tried on Monday.
  3. Well if they have access to your account, it’s status and their own systems then they probably have a reasonable idea, one would have thought.
  4. Apparently they are quite behind with the cancellation emails, although the majority of the dispatch emails have been sent out
  5. Just finished a call RM customer support and apparently if you have not as yet received a dispatch notification your order has not been successful, c’est la vie
  6. Good Morning I was wondering about the purchase process for the Three Graces. I have received a confirmation email with an order number and the payment is listed as pending on my account. Does this mean I will actually receive one? It’s just that the purchase process was a bit fraught, to say the least and not having brought anything during one of these release “events” I am a bit unsure. Thank you
  7. One of the new 1 oz Britannias might be nice, a lot to liquidate in one go, although as has been said on the forum before with the margin/spread on fractional coins it might be best to stay with Sovereigns.
  8. Its hard to get ones head round that much shinny goodness, well done.
  9. I read in the Telegraph that one of the ways being considered of raising revenue is by harmonising the rates of CGT and PAYE. On the Silver front I was wondering if they would remove VAT on RM Coins, being notionally coin of the realm, and keeping it on everything else. Well one can dream.
  10. If you are primarily a stacker then keeping to the most liquid easily sold coins are probably the most sensible way Obviously there are the odd coins that has a design that might interest you, but will they command a premium when it comes to sell. One of the Perth Mint dragon bars would probably command a higher premium over spot compared to say a Niue Owl. Although someone who likes Owls may pay more. Regarding the mining of asteroids, yes I can see this happening it is the primary motivation for establishing a colony on Mars, the IANA has already assigned domains for most of the pl
  11. While browsing Fleabay I came across a coin that had apparently been graded. I have heard of LCGS, NGC and PCGS, but not the one given in the listing and was wondering if it was legitimate or if someone was being a bit creative. Not casting aspersions, but being rather ignorant of the finer points of coin collecting I was wondering. I have searched the interweb but have not turned anything up. https://preview.tinyurl.com/yxqb7uq4
  12. The easiest way of determining the metal content is to take it to a good jeweller or bullion/coin dealer. Other methods are a specific gravity test Or post pics here so we can have a gander
  13. Airhead

    Sold all my Gold

    Not being an armourer I am unsure if it would work, but perhaps plating the inside of a lead proofed barrel with something such as Nikasil. I do realise that I risk being whipped for suggesting such sacrilegious practices.
  14. Definitely wait for one to come up on the forum, I only ever buy from the forum as I know I can trust the people here, unlike flea bay. I purchased one a couple of months ago for £960 including postage. Only a PF68 but my old eyes would not know the difference between a 68 and a 70 if it bit me on the leg. I did see chards has one for sale at £1995 which is the top end of what you would have to pay. https://www.chards.co.uk/1989-2-pound-double-gold-sovereign-500th-anniversary/6494
  15. Please may I have two with the display capsule. Many Thanks
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