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Any idea what's the Royal mint premium?


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On 11/10/2021 at 16:03, AR03 said:


Just wanted to know how much Royal mint charges premium on their good bullion coins/bars?

Thank you


On 11/10/2021 at 16:48, AppleZippoandMetronome said:

For gold its easy - just subtract the spot price from the total price showing minus anything like shipping.

As AZ&M said it's fairly easy to calculate the premiums, especially for 1 oz bullion:

%Premium for a 1 ounce coin/bar is:  ( (advertised price - spot price) * 100 ) / advertised price

Premiums on the RM website are usually higher than main dealers... ...however it's still worth looking there before you buy; sometimes discontinued items still in stock are considerably cheaper. For example in June 2020 the 2017 Queens Beasts 1oz gold dragon was around £1700'ish on main dealer websites but £1500'ish on the RM site.



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