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We have in stock the ultimate commemorative coinage created in cooperation with the writer of the book series, Andrzej Sapkowski. 2019 Niue 2 Ounce Witcher "The Last Wish" High Relief Gold Gilded Antique Finish Silver Coin LEARN MORE And if the 2 Ounce version proves to be a yawner... there's always the monster 1 Kilogram edition that is shipping from Poland Mint in the coming days 😃 LEARN MORE Let's have some fun with a Silver Forum exclusive discount, 10% off by using code SILVERFORUMWITCHER at checkout
I have been looking at the RCM's website recently and I noticed that they had produced a gold plated silver sovereigns to commemorate the one hundredth year anniversary of 1908 sovereign as it was released last year. Since most of your on the forum are from the United Kingdom I wanted to know what your thoughts are one the coin and what makes 1908 a special year. Here is the link to the coin: https://www.mint.ca/store/coins/1-oz.-pure-silver-gold-plated-coin---the-1908-sovereign-110th-anniversary-of-the-royal-canadian-mint---mintage-5000-2018-prod3300011 P.S. I wish the US mint would allow customer to buy back dated special coins for a while instead of having them "sold out" like some other mints allow. I think the Royal mint does a fantastic job this by allowing the public to buy classic sovereigns with the assurance of obtaining real gold with fantastic designs.
What do the forum members think of the UK coin sets that come out every year? I've seen two sets available in recent years - one is the "definitive" set which has all commemorative designs on coins made from base metal and intended for circulation and the other an "annual" coin set which is more like a date set with high quality strikes of coins meant for circulation. I haven't been buying the sets, but I do love the designs of most of the bimetallic 2 pound coins! Related question, which one of the below would you rather have an MS 65 DPL or an MS 67 without the DPL designation?