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10 oz Gold The Three Grace's Coin


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5 hours ago, westminstrel said:

Its a beautiful coin but itsone version too many.

With this, and all the varieties of the "Completer", I think the Royal Mint has shown us its future strategy - and I do not like it. The problem is, that with every new variety (size), it devalues the previous releases. Why chase after something, when another version will be out later?

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There are enough collectors for expensive stuff, like this. Not me, but enough others. Instead of releasing one surprise after another, they should fix qualityproblems. Otherwise the RM will go there, where they was like 2018. Until then you hardly seen a coin sold out for long, long time.

But i must say, the 10 OZ Graces are really, really stunning and congrats to everyone that is holding it. And good luck for the gothic crown two coin set.

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2 hours ago, Zhorro said:

With this, and all the varieties of the "Completer", I think the Royal Mint has shown us its future strategy - and I do not like it. The problem is, that with every new variety (size), it devalues the previous releases. Why chase after something, when another version will be out later?

I just said something similar in another post.

Too many versions of the same coin design simply leads to dilution of their uniqueness.

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