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The Royal Arms 2022 Gold Bullion - 5,000 limited production run


paulmerton

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The 2022 Royal Arms gold bullion coin is now available for preorder from the mint. Limited production run of 5,000 again.

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https://www.royalmint.com/invest/bullion/bullion-coins/gold-coins/the-royal-arms-2022-1oz-gold-bullion-coin/

(Also available in silver with a run of 100,000)

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Nice to see they are holding back on new releases given the disarray the “organisation” is currently in. 
Personally,  I think they should stick to minting bullion sovs for the next year and get their act together. (And change the damn alloy come to think of it) bloody mint😄

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13 hours ago, paulmerton said:

The 2022 Royal Arms gold bullion coin is now available for preorder from the mint. Limited production run of 5,000 again.

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https://www.royalmint.com/invest/bullion/bullion-coins/gold-coins/the-royal-arms-2022-1oz-gold-bullion-coin/

(Also available in silver with a run of 100,000)

We had better get onto the Mint and tell them we want a direct supply, otherwise we will set Barry onto them again.

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Chards

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Perhaps more interesting is that the descriptions suggest there's going to be a tenth-ounce version in gold as well!

Is that going to be a first for this design? Seems like a good move considering the price of gold at the moment. 

"The Royal Arms 2022 bullion coin is also available as a tenth ounce gold edition"

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1 hour ago, paulmerton said:

I knew about that, but was not sure whether the information was still under embargo, so thanks for spotting and posting it.

Chards

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8 minutes ago, Fishy321 said:

Any idea what the mintage is on the 10oz, 1/10th oz gold definitely seems a good idea 👍

As they are bulion issues, there is probably no issue limit.

 

2 hours ago, paulmerton said:

Perhaps more interesting is that the descriptions suggest there's going to be a tenth-ounce version in gold as well!

Is that going to be a first for this design? Seems like a good move considering the price of gold at the moment. 

"The Royal Arms 2022 bullion coin is also available as a tenth ounce gold edition"

Have you got a link for that?

I just looked and couldn't see one.

 

Chards

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Just seems strange they would quote the production run of the 1oz gold and silver bullion but not mention anything for the 10oz silver bullion, I'm guessing production run and issue limit might be subtly different things anyway

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25 minutes ago, LawrenceChard said:

As they are bulion issues, there is probably no issue limit.

 

Have you got a link for that?

I just looked and couldn't see one.

 

That text was from the page I first posted, but the silver ones also say something similar.

Also:

  • A limited production run of 5,000 one-ounce 999.9 fine gold coins
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1 hour ago, Fishy321 said:

Just seems strange they would quote the production run of the 1oz gold and silver bullion but not mention anything for the 10oz silver bullion, I'm guessing production run and issue limit might be subtly different things anyway

There is a world of difference between a "production run" and an "issue limit"!

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Chards

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On 22/03/2022 at 09:49, Stu said:

Nice to see they are holding back on new releases given the disarray the “organisation” is currently in. 
Personally,  I think they should stick to minting bullion sovs for the next year and get their act together. (And change the damn alloy come to think of it) bloody mint😄

Out of the three orders I have made with The Royal Mint, two have had damaged products in them right out of the shipping packaging. Definitely not an issue during shipping either as the actual shipping packaging was in perfect condition so they were damaged prior to shipping with one of them being obviously damaged to a level that I doubt they have much in the way of quality control.

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4 minutes ago, paulmerton said:

Theres something dodgy about that pricing mind

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5 minutes ago, HerefordBullyun said:

Theres something dodgy about that pricing mind

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I reckon @LawrenceChard should buy me a pint for that spot 

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Can some let barry know he should buy between 11 and 99 so he doesnt feel left out?

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On 23/03/2022 at 09:22, paulmerton said:

Perhaps more interesting is that the descriptions suggest there's going to be a tenth-ounce version in gold as well!

Is that going to be a first for this design? Seems like a good move considering the price of gold at the moment. 

"The Royal Arms 2022 bullion coin is also available as a tenth ounce gold edition"

Like this 👌🏽 I love the royal arms design 

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