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So, I had a non fault car accident earlier this year.  My 1 year old car was written off and I had cuts and bruises on my arms and torso, with my arm having to be in a sling and brace for a week. My compensation has just been agreed (I only claimed for what was correct, I am not the kind of person to overegg something just to get money) and I now have £1500 to spend on shineys (rest going into my shares and... baby stuff...sigh).

I fancy a Fiji silver bar from stg maybe as I like poured bars, but any other suggestions for gold and silver?

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Babystuff can be realy expensive

I would save some for when it comes dips in the prices of gold and silver

Pandas are good valueholder :wub:

Go for what fancy you and you wont regret it (I hope:blink:)

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Shame about the car mate, hopefully all is well and there is no long term damage after your accident. 

If you want silver then go for that, personally I like the kilo coin bars, but honestly if it was me with the money I would be putting it all into gold. Another ounce of royal mint gold stamped with a lion of England would be on the cards for sure and perhaps a couple of sovereigns to go with it :D 

However, I am actually tempted to buy some of the 2016 gram denominated pandas given this is the first year. Might not be a bad investment, even if the collectors market falls apart in a few years, they are not too far away from the spot price right now so downside is linked more to spot than premiums?

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Yes, from where? Do tell!

I've found a great place where I can swap 8g Pandas for 3 x 1g Pandas :)

 

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2 hours ago, Roy said:

Yes, from where? Do tell!

I've found a great place where I can swap 8g Pandas for 3 x 1g Pandas :)

 

Is that a good deal, 8g for 3g? I understand the premium is higher on smaller coins, but 8 f 3!

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I just picked up 10 more 1g... I am offering 1 X 1g for a 30g gold or 2 X 1g for 3 X 30g gold. I will throw in postage....

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3 minutes ago, Numistacker said:

 

I just picked up 10 more 1g... I am offering 1 X 1g for a 30g gold or 2 X 1g for 3 X 30g gold. I will throw in postage....

 

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huh? lol

 

edit: maybe i missed some sarcasm :D

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