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  1. Auragentum miraculously has the 1 ouncers again, I was able to place an order for some 1 oz Royal Fortunes (for 28,95 per piece) with them just ago. Which I'm glad about, as the shipping at Muenzland is just mental at 34,95...
  2. 11 of those left in stock now, at 280 a pop...
  3. Pity everything on his website appears to be sold out, would have loved to buy one of those rounds. And those COA cards are awesome too.
  4. From what I can remember, but anyone correct me if I'm wrong as I could be confused with another big American bullion dealer, Apmex doesn't do shipments outside of the US and Canada. But yeah, if they do, then it'll surely come with shipping (and potential duty) costs insane enough to just wait until European dealers are offering them.
  5. My apologies for the slight overkill on the photos, but I just couldn't resist to share what I have found in a lovely package earlier today. As the premiums on the regular bullion coins are too high for me (and pretty much everybody else... ), I decided to go for some collectible silver coins, which are all 1 oz silver coins but one. In that sense, I have grown quite fond of the Tokelau designs, with the Terra 2020 (photo 1), Vivat Humanitas 2020 (2), Equilibrium 2019 (3), and the Chronos series of 2017, 2018, and 2019 (4 & 5). From other countries/mints, I have gotten the Nikola Tesla series of 2018, 2019, and 2020 (6, 7 & 8), the Redback Spider 2020 (9), the Rectangle Dragon (10), the Laos Panthera Tiger (11), and finally the 10 oz Royal Arms 2020.
  6. If the silver price rockets up, you'll probably have other things to worry about rather than the possibility to sell your precious metals...
  7. Another collectibles order having come in. One I had to wait over a month for, it took a while before my LCS had the silver proof 2020 Britannias in. So yeah, one of the 3 coins is a silver proof 2020 Britannia. The other 2 being a silver 2019 Columbia Allegories, and a (ridiculously small 😂) gold 1915 Austrian 1 ducat, because I thought it was cool to have something dated back to the Austrian-Hungarian empire. 🤷‍♂️
  8. Always a lovely day when two orders have come in. The first a silver order. As silver bullion has been going a bit crazy lately, I decided to purchase some collectibles instead. One 2020 Canadian polar light series (because I'm a sucker for both Canada, and the aurora borealis), two 2020 Solomon Island coins about Pi, and two 2020 Mayflowers from the British Virgin Islands. The second order was a gold one. A 1915 Helvetia that I couldn't resist.
  9. No idea how it's possible for GSBE to offer the 10oz 2020 Royal Arms for (as we speak) € 182,81 when the RMB is offering the very same coin for € 204,59 (excluding VAT), other than the RMB applying a much larger premium than GSBE does, but you won't hear me complain. Just preordered one at GSBE, and now we wait.
  10. Now I haven't ordered from the European Mint in a while yet after a couple of dissatisfying orders due to quality issues (which has led me to GS.be, of which I have nothing but positive experiences), but I thought that BYB discount code was only valid on the website of the European Mint until the end of last January?
  11. One baby step at a time, but we're getting there slowly but steadily. Glad with the Dutch gold 10 Guilders from 1932 I've received today, especially knowing I bought it slightly under spot. 😂
  12. Can't give you any advice yet on whether they are easy to flip, but as it hasn't been very difficult for me to purchase the two sovereigns, one Dutch ducat, and one 10 Dutch guilder gold coins close to or even slightly under spot, it might say a thing or two about the ease or difficulty of flipping these coins.
  13. Still a lazy move then, isn't it? If you have some unsold coins left that you'll have to remelt anyway, why not go for an entirely different design to keep the series interesting? 🤷‍♂️
  14. Pity they seem to have gotten lazy at the Royal Mint by just changing the year of the Valiant, can't say I'm getting tempted to purchase the 2020 version. Fingers crossed this sense of disappointment will be reflected in the sales, and that the Royal Mint will take the hint.
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