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7 hours ago, Happypanda88 said:

....so is palladium continued to be used in catalytic converters (and for other industrial products) even when it is twice the price of platinum ?!  Why not go back to platinum as it is way cheaper now ? 

I believe that palladium is more efficient with petrol engines catalytic converters (with manufacturers needing to meet low emissions standards) and platinum is used in catalytic converters of diesel. But diesel are less popular than, petrol these days.

I'm no expert, just my thoughts. Happy to be corrected by someone who knows more.

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Wasn't entirely sure where to post this (or indeed whether) but there's a 1oz platinum proof jubilee coin available from the koin club for a not-too-outrageous amount considering it has an edition limit of 170 (maximum mintage of 180) and sold out PDQ.

https://uk.thekoinclub.com/products/the-platinum-jubilee-of-her-majesty-the-queen-2022-uk-1oz-platinum-proof-coin

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15 minutes ago, paulmerton said:

Wasn't entirely sure where to post this (or indeed whether) but there's a 1oz platinum proof jubilee coin available from the koin club for a not-too-outrageous amount considering it has an edition limit of 170 (maximum mintage of 180) and sold out PDQ.

https://uk.thekoinclub.com/products/the-platinum-jubilee-of-her-majesty-the-queen-2022-uk-1oz-platinum-proof-coin

I saw that last night, Im not convinced they are still available.

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2 hours ago, paulmerton said:

I just got an email from them this morning with more details inviting me to buy it, so it looks like the do have at least one.

I got the special invitation too. Previously I thought they had either gone or wouldn’t be worth buying. If they can’t sell them with their email list and a 600 quid mark up on RRP how difficult would it be for me to move on? 
 

still think it could prove a wise buy in 50 years 😀

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Queen of England recently had her 'Platinum' Jubilee. The queen had her 'golden' jubilee 20 years ago back in 2002.

If people say Gold is a better and more valuable metal that platinum then why platinum is in a higher ranking hierarchy than gold?

If the Queen survives longer then what is her next jubilee based on what precious material?

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2 minutes ago, very452001 said:

Queen of England recently had her 'Platinum' Jubilee. The queen had her 'golden' jubilee 20 years ago back in 2002.

If people say Gold is a better and more valuable metal that platinum then why platinum is in a higher ranking hierarchy than gold?

If the Queen survives longer then what is her next jubilee based on what precious material?

Diamond and/or gold for the 75th, then Oak for the 80th.

The Royal Mint will make so much profit with their Oak coins!

But this is not a deal...

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On 09/02/2022 at 17:01, paulmerton said:

Diamond and/or gold for the 75th, then Oak for the 80th.

The Royal Mint will make so much profit with their Oak coins!

But this is not a deal...

Gold again for the 75th? Didn't she had one back in 2002?

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3 minutes ago, very452001 said:

Gold again for the 75th? Didn't she had one back in 2002?

Yes, plus the diamond one in 2012, hence why it might be a combination of both if it ever happens.

Anyway, this still isn't related to anything this thread is meant to be for.

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2 hours ago, LawrenceChard said:

@Pete?

 

Thought it would have been obvious but for those who don't have a bloodhound and smoke a pipe, living in Baker Street here you go - https://www.roslandgold.co.uk/products/pcgs-graded-platinum-jubilee-of-queen-elizabeth-ii-1oz-platinum-sovereign

 

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25 minutes ago, Pete said:

Thought it would have been obvious but for those who don't have a bloodhound and smoke a pipe, living in Baker Street here you go - https://www.roslandgold.co.uk/products/pcgs-graded-platinum-jubilee-of-queen-elizabeth-ii-1oz-platinum-sovereign

 

Thanks.

It's interesting that their URL seems to suggest it is a platinum sovereign.

Also this seems a rather empty promise "Price promise guarantee* - We will match online retailers", in view of "... each stunning coin is available exclusively from Rosland ... "

From the images, it looks nice, but it sure is expensive, and the secondary market is not likely to be kind to Ascension Island coins.

Anybody want to forecast its market price in a few years time?

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Chards

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42 minutes ago, Pete said:

Thought it would have been obvious but for those who don't have a bloodhound and smoke a pipe, living in Baker Street here you go - https://www.roslandgold.co.uk/products/pcgs-graded-platinum-jubilee-of-queen-elizabeth-ii-1oz-platinum-sovereign

 

I wondered how many it would let me add to my basket, but got bored when I reached 142:

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I think I'll cancel, as I don't have a discount code!

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Chards

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