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Libertad gold proof set 2006


MoralHazard

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Hi

I have a change to buy libertad proof set from year 2006 (1.9 oz) for the melt value from the estate sale. The set does not have the COA but the wooden box is included. Does this reduce the set value considerably? 

Buying the set would be a easy decision for me if gold price would be lower. What do you guys think - is this a good buy?

How easy these sets are to liquidate when time is to sell?

many thanks in advance

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@Numistacker might be a good person to ask/ or search for one of his videos specific to the Gold Libertad. Mintage is key with Libs- some year dates are far, far more desirable than others for this very reason.

Also, the México Mint can release far less bullion coins than their Proof counterparts- their mintages of Bullion can be bordering on madness- try buying a Bullion 1/4 or 1/10 2017 year date Gold Libertad!

2014 is a key year date.

I don’t think the 2006 Gold Proof 5 coin set actually shipped with a COA.  

My observations of sellers liquidating Libertads- here in the U.K. in any case- is that it’s not quick work- it’s a beautiful coin that everyone would like to own, but no one wishes to pay the premium for (comments welcome on this statement). 

If you do buy a set of these coins, I think you will be enthralled, and it would be very difficult to make a decision to sell them.

They are stunning coins. 

http://donbailey-mexico.com/libertad_mintages.shtml

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libertad_(coin)

 

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On 14/07/2019 at 11:12, MoralHazard said:

Hi

I have a change to buy libertad proof set from year 2006 (1.9 oz) for the melt value from the estate sale. The set does not have the COA but the wooden box is included. Does this reduce the set value considerably? 

Buying the set would be a easy decision for me if gold price would be lower. What do you guys think - is this a good buy?

How easy these sets are to liquidate when time is to sell?

many thanks in advance

Assuming the coins are not Physically damaged then YES please buy this at melt and I will buy it from you at melt +5% if you do not want to keep it. For more about Libertads do a search for Libertad Lovers on Facebook Groups and you will find quite a few experts

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5 hours ago, Numistacker said:

Assuming the coins are not Physically damaged then YES please buy this at melt and I will buy it from you at melt +5% if you do not want to keep it. For more about Libertads do a search for Libertad Lovers on Facebook Groups and you will find quite a few experts

Thanks for the feedback and a counteroffer 😁Yes the coins seem to be in untouched condition just like from the mint. I have reserved the lot for myself and will update once I get my hands on it!

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