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Big Royal Mint announcement. 2023 Sovereign?


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Just saw this email. What month was the 2022 Sovereign released? Because I imagine that's still selling really well.

 

I think it's the 2023 Britannia, Bullion by post had 2023 Britannia's listed "estimated stock date is 11/10/22", which has since been removed.

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30 minutes ago, Solachesis said:

Just saw this email. What month was the 2022 Sovereign released? Because I imagine that's still selling really well.

 

I think it's the 2023 Britannia, Bullion by post had 2023 Britannia's listed "estimated stock date is 11/10/22", which has since been removed.

I wonder why?

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29 minutes ago, Jimmock said:

@LawrenceChard knows,but he's not allowed to tell us. 😂😂

Ssshh!

Are you trying to get me into more trouble than I can manage on my own?

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Chards

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3 hours ago, Solachesis said:

Just saw this email. What month was the 2022 Sovereign released? Because I imagine that's still selling really well.

The proof 2022 sovereign was the first to be released in the middle of November 2021 and then the bullion a month or so later, so I'd agree with you that it shouldn't be the new sovereign the timing isn't right.

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6 minutes ago, Mtaybar said:

The announcement for those was due on the Thursday the queen died so pretty much fell of the radar. 

 Well given the crossover between buyers of Harry potter coins and memorial coins it's probably a good idea to space the releases out

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14 minutes ago, Mtaybar said:

The announcement for those was due on the Thursday the queen died so pretty much fell of the radar. 

Are you saying it's related?

I like to buy the pre-dip dip

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20 minutes ago, apachebleu said:

 Well given the crossover between buyers of Harry potter coins and memorial coins it's probably a good idea to space the releases out

I know the announcement didn't happen like it was supposed to but I don't think it affects the timing of the release. I think it was just a reveal of the design but as for release date.... I think that's still to be announced. 

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12 minutes ago, Mtaybar said:

Well..... It might have a little something to do with it lol. Just a wee bit 🤷

That Harry Potter was always a wrongun!

I like to buy the pre-dip dip

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1 hour ago, Paul said:

I think, it is the Royal Mint's Quality Control department is returning to work after being on furlough for the past 2.5 years 

Please, my new 1oz silver Britannia looks awful. It's like a horse decided to bite the obverse, then proceeded to orgasm over it, it's ridiculously milky.

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