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2021 - 10oz Silver Brittania Coin


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I thought it strange that it lacked all of the security features present on the 1oz version. Maybe they'd be too easy to copy at that scale. Mind you, the platinum 1oz coin didn't have all of the features either, whereas the gold one did, so maybe it just depended when during 2020/2021 they were designed. I guess we'll find out when the 2022 versions all come out!

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Anything (and everything) is collectible.

If you mean is it likely to increase in value more then alternatives, perhaps, but probably not.

My age old advice to collectors is:

Have fun, enjoy what you are doing, buy what gives you pleasure to buy and own, but don't expect to make big profits or financial returns on it. At least your dividend will be the pleasure of owning it. If it's not goin to give you that much pleasure, then buy somethign else.

My usual advice to investors is different: Buy at the lowest premium within reason. Investment gold is VAT exempt, silver is not, so don't pay 20% VAT up front on your investment, and expect to make big gains.

Most of this is just common sense.

Oh, and I am sceptical about investing in things manufactured to sell to collectors.

After saying th above, you might be suprised ot hear that an award winning dealer near me is expecting a delivery of the 10 ounce silver bullion Britannias soon. 

If you think this is inconsistent, I understand but disagree. There is demand for them, people will expect @ChardsCoinandBullionDealer to stock them, they will be competitively priced, but we won't hype them.

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Chards

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1 hour ago, paulmerton said:

I thought it strange that it lacked all of the security features present on the 1oz version. Maybe they'd be too easy to copy at that scale. Mind you, the platinum 1oz coin didn't have all of the features either, whereas the gold one did, so maybe it just depended when during 2020/2021 they were designed. I guess we'll find out when the 2022 versions all come out!

I agree I find this strange too!

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