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Are these likely to appreciate in price over time?


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Just googled them XD wow...

Yea I catch your drift, currently doing some surveys and getting £5 vouchers getting them at £11.69

Could get a maple or phill 1 oz for £12, I do like these coins though especially as they fit 38mm

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Probably not much tbh. The RCM churn out new designs every year like they're going out of fashion, and most of them are not going to do anything special. They're nice if you like to collect lots of coins with pictures of wild animals on them - I do myself, but there is no shortage of such coins. 

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Again maybe a small premium if they don't develop milk spots which is slim. Perth mint lunars, kooks and China pandas are the best to buy current years although higher premium. If you intend to flip may be worth aiming for 3 to 4 years and don't buy too heavy as the bottom will fall out the market for these coins at some point for the more recent issues imo.

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Sorry for going off topic but would anyone know if the recent batch of jm bars with A B and C serials are likely to appreciate in value? Considering they aren't produced anymore I'm sure there are collectors/fans of the brand as myself would they continue to fetch a decent premium? Thanks

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