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  1. Coming soon to Art in Coins, the exciting new 3-coin series from the Australian Royal Mint. "Inside Australia's Most Dangerous". Each fossil stylized issue is struck in 1 Ounce .999 proof quality silver and features a highly detailed depiction of the Australian Saltwater Crocodile, Tasmanian Devil and the Western Taipan. For those that buy all three coins, we're offering a 10% discount. If you would like to learn more, P/M for a link.
  2. Paid over $1500 for this 1 ounce of 99.99 Perth Mint gold from APMEX in January 2020. I was skeptical about its authenticity, so I conducted a test to see whether this alleged 1 ounce of gold is truly diamagnetic. However, test results seem to show that this bar of gold from APMEX isn't diamagnetic; in fact, instead of being repelled by the earth magnets, it is attracted to them. Suspicious. Below is a YouTube video: Images https://ibb.co/dWhcGhw https://ibb.co/Zh6b50n https://ibb.co/C9hz4z1 https://ibb.co/HhCdWmy Thoughts? Perhaps I performed the test incorrectly?
  3. Available now for immediate shipping and covered by our best price guarantee, we're pleased to offer the low mintage 2019 3 Coin High Relief Set direct from Perth Mint. $310 CAD 2019 Australia 3 X 1 Ounce High Relief Silver Proof Coin Collection Easily one of the most highly anticipated annual collections from Perth Mint, this three-coin, low mintage, high relief set showcases three of the most iconic annual releases and the very best in Australian minting. The Australian Kangaroo reverse depicts the marsupial crouching in front of a rural landscape, framed by stylized trees under the Australian sun. The Australian Koala coin’s reverse design portrays one of Australia’s best-loved marsupials sitting astride a eucalyptus tree branch. And finally, the Australian Kookaburra is perched on a branch during sunset. The branch is submerged in a river, which is lined with wetland grasses and a gum tree. The Perth Mint’s ‘P’ mint-mark, the 2019 year-date, and the weight and fineness also appear on the reverse of each coin. The three-coin collection is housed in a display case within a themed shipper and is accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Coin Highlights: Contains 3 coins containing 1 ounce of .9999 pure Silver. Incredibly deep strike with brilliant mirrored proof background. Numbered Certificate. Sovereign coins backed by the Australian government. We have super low serial numbers. Specifications: Year: 2019Quality: High Relief, ProofDenomination: 1 DollarMetal Content: 3 X 1 Troy Ounce (31.107 Grams)Purity: .9999 Issuer: Perth MintDiameter: 32.6 mmMintage: 1,000Mint Capsules, Perth Mint Branded Presentation Case, Certificate of Authenticity
  4. So, I won an auction on great collections today for a 1913-m sovereign greater MS63 by NGC and paid about $330 for it. Did I get a good deal and it a key date for the sovereign series? I’m really curious about the different sovereigns and their mints which produced them.
  5. Hi Guys. I am an ex-Pat living in Oz half my life now and joined here because YOUTUBE pointed me at the Backyard Bullion Video advertising the pour. Sounds like a great idea! Probably a bit uneconomical if its sent here mind you. I am just looking into now. I have held significant Gold in the past, I now have minimum silver and sticking that for now due to tight finances and belief it will really fly! Cheers
  6. For a good portion of the summer I stopped buying any coins, gold or silver, proof or bullion, because I felt a bit overwhelmed by all the series that are available. There's the Chinese Panda series, the Chinese Lunar series, the Britannia Series (my personal favorite, but not much love from a lot of collectors nowadays), the Great Britain Lunar series, the Perth Lunar series, the Canadian Lunar series, the Rwandan Lunar series (these are quite lovely, but I didn't set aside cash for them or buy any 😥), the Canada Predator series, the Kangaroos, the Kookaburras, the Saltwater Crocodiles, the Birds of Paradise, the Emus, and the Sharks. The Queen's Beasts, the Lion Dollars, and the Bisons. Not to mention the Ukrainian Archangels, the Isle of Man Nobles, the Niue hawksbills, superheroes, and star wars coins. Colorized coins, incuse coins, concave coins, egg shaped coins, coins that are square, coins that have scalloped edges, and privy marks on everything! Just tossing a discussion out to the Forum in general. Does anyone else feel overwhelmed by all of these? Are there forum members that have culled down their collections and eliminated collecting certain series? If so, which series are you avoiding or stopping?
  7. I have a coin (Australian naturally) graded by this service. I had not heard of it and from what I can see it did not last long. Has anyone heard of it? Was it well regarded or not - presumably not if it died a death. I am assuming it used the US Sheldon system of grading but does anyone know? Thanks
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