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Niue Hawksbill Turtle 2 oz


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I believe it is a bullion coin, the design is the same each year and the premium is one of the lowest around - a good choice if you are looking at value for money. Not sure of the mintage, I bought mine because they were the cheapest silver available at the time.

I still have a couple of tubes of them, nice looking good quality coins. They are the only non RM silver coins I have left. Can't bring myself to sell them I like them too much.

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I snapped up a tube of the 2015's when STG stocked them in. They are excellent value and 2 ozers in my opinion normally resale with a decent premium a few years down the road.

Mintage for the last 2 complete years are:

Max mintage of 200,000 in 2014

less than 350,000 in 2015

Anyway, thats how Apmex word it. I got the 2015's


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Yes i agree the Libertad has less mintage , but never the less the turtles have a low mintage for a bullion coin and are cheap last year i payed £23.24p a coin  delivered.

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