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Duggy

Queens beasts

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Are the 10 ounce the queens beasts worth collecting any advice much appreciated 

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I think there's been a pretty big following for them and the prices only go up once they release a new one. I've only ever managed to snag one myself. They're fantastic coins to behold. 

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Yes, they are lovely coins and cheaper than you would think. My Dragon and Griffin didn't sell at £290 each so I think a lot have hit the market therefore it could be a good time to buy*. I sold a lion for £315 which I think is far less thank it would have been a month or 2 a go. 

In all honesty I think 10oz is the sweet spot for silver coins or bars. Not too small but also not too big so they are fairly liquid when it comes to selling.

* Although no one really knows the best time to buy when it comes to goods and silver. 


Currently stacking 10oz Britannia bars and RCM bars

 

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One thing to bear in mind is how easy things are to sell. For example gold sovereigns are very easy to sell quickly and convert into cash as are various silver coins as well. Other coins can take longer unless you take a hit on the price. It is just there are less buyers so a little patience may be required.

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Thanks for the advice i will take that into account 👍

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I would say yes. When buying collector coins I always think long-term and ask myself if that particular coin will be more rare in 20 years when I retire. Bought 3 x 5oz Russian coins with a mintage of only 1000 each. They will be hard to find on the market in 20 years I would say. Modern Pandas with a mintage of several millions should still be easily available then. Just my thought process to try to make the most profit. All depends on your time frame, how long you are willing to hold your Queens Beasts.

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