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2021 Proof Half Sovereign

2021 Proof Half Sovereign, Good Investment?  

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  1. 1. Will the 2021 proof half sovereign gain or lose value in 12 months time

    • It's going up!
    • It's going down!
    • Stay the same
    • Depends on gold price

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Hi guys,

I was wondering if the new half sovereign is a good investment. With 1500 mintage, but 94% premium with The Royal Mint at £310, Should it be expected to hold its value well? Or could it actually come down in value on the 2nd hand market?

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As a general rule coins from the royal mint bought as new are available at reduced prices shortly afterwards on the secondary market. There are exceptions to this and also some coins increase in value over time. The key with proof coins is to keep their condition as this is where the value beyond bullion comes from.

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