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Queens Beasts 1oz Gold Bullion Series Moving Forwards How Collectable How Much ?


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Now that the Queens Beasts series has been completed will demand continue to be strong and will they hold their collector high premiums moving forward ?

What are your thoughts as a collector ? Continued rise in premiums and demand or a drop in interest coming soon ?

Dealer prices are not showing any signs of dropping back in premiums for the earlier releases . The Lion Griffin Unicorn Dragon and Falcon all seem to be around the 2K mark. Later examples seem to be going for 1.5K and still rising at dealers .

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I'd say that they would hold their premium. Go forward ten years from now and nobody would want to swap an ounce Queens beast for an ounce RM Lunar series gold coin. They wouldn't do that now as the QB series has an historic back story to them relating to royalty. Lunar coins are made by a few other mints which have moved from series to series, so plenty of coins around of the same idea.

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I think they will all retain some kind of premium over most other UK gold bullion coins of the same weight, but I wouldn't be surprised if interest wanes in them over the next few years.

I have got 3 spare 1 oz QBs and 1 spare 1/4 oz QB and if the spot price goes back over £1500 I'd be looking to offload them.

Edited by Stuntman
clarity: 'most other UK gold bullion coins'
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