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Hi all I am looking to start a new collection of silver coins, I have the pandas, and the Somalia elephants. I have a few other wildlife coins from Australia, and  Britannia coins. Just thought of a bit of advice from others, I have to take my time as monies tight. Oh buy the way I have not got the first 3 coins of the pandas, I will get them but can't afford them at the moment. ?

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Buy whatever you like the look of buddy. 

The core of my stack is brit's but i stack other yearly coins. Your at the beginning of your journey and your plans will change a few times so best just to roll with it, you'll find your way. 

Best advice i could give is take your time and save up your silver money to place bigger orders to save on postage, buy what you like the look of, no point in having a big stack of coins you dont like cause they were 30 pence cheaper than you ones you really like and last and most important, keep stacking ;D

Also, dont read into this to much but Friday's always seem the best/cheapest day to place orders are maybe that just cause i get paid on Friday, lmao

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1 hour ago, jayboat said:

Buy whatever you like the look of buddy. 

The core of my stack is brit's but i stack other yearly coins. Your at the beginning of your journey and your plans will change a few times so best just to roll with it, you'll find your way. 

Best advice i could give is take your time and save up your silver money to place bigger orders to save on postage, buy what you like the look of, no point in having a big stack of coins you dont like cause they were 30 pence cheaper than you ones you really like and last and most important, keep stacking ;D

Also, dont read into this to much but Friday's always seem the best/cheapest day to place orders are maybe that just cause i get paid on Friday, lmao

THANK you for your advice, I will have a good look before deciding, will check Friday's I just can not choose yet, I do find looking part of the excitement. Cheers, gazer.

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The UK Lunar Series or Queen's Beasts? Both are relatively new sets with many more years still to come out.

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THANK you I will have a good look at the UK Liner Series, the Queens Beast looks very good. THANK you again. Well worth reading your reply.?

Lunar series, sorry my spelling ?

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