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Two Mint Sets


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So I've been hearing a lot lately about the pride of two nations set that came out a little while ago, and it got me thinking.. is this something which happens often? 

I found one on APMEX from 2003, bullion Britannia and Eagle set which isn't available anymore (packaging ain't much to write home about so I wouldn't pay over the odds for what is at the end of the day two bullion coins anyway). do any of the more knowledgeable collectors on here think of any others?

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6 hours ago, SilverB said:

Thats awesome! and fetching a hefty price as well these days :blink:

They come up regularly on ebay over here for what I'd consider reasonable prices. My partner who is more in to proof coins than I am picked up a set a few months back for about £30.

Speaking of ebay I've been doing my usual search before bed and came across this. It is a three mint set issued by the Royal Mint with contributions from The Royal Mint, Royal Canadian Mint and Australian Mint. Thought of this thread as soon as I saw it


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