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On 11/10/2022 at 15:45, StackemHigh said:

Price is key but compare millions of ase every month with the total population of libs?

I would be going for Libertads every time!

Granted ASE are being produced like they are going out of fashion but people are buying them for different reasons. Many are buying ASE because they are scared of the great reset.

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On 06/10/2022 at 07:22, MetalMandible said:

Being the red white and blue blooded yankee knucklehead that I am, normally I would say Eagles... But unlike the much lower mintage, high demand Libertads the premium is largely without justification.  Go for that topless Mexican angel in my opinion!

On 06/10/2022 at 14:02, Arcadian said:

The ASE does nothing for me, it’s the Buffalo for US coins every time, but … I just love Libertads.

On 11/10/2022 at 15:45, StackemHigh said:

Price is key but compare millions of ase every month with the total population of libs?

I would be going for Libertads every time!

On 11/10/2022 at 16:00, Mothballjim said:

Libs if I had to chose.. the type 1 design!

On 11/10/2022 at 17:09, SilverPlatinum said:

Both are beautiful coins.......😀

If you are buying for the investment potential of the precious metal, the mintage figures should not matter,simply buy at the lowest premium within reason, if I can borrow some of my own advice from here:


Yes, the title is "Advice Guide for UK Bullion Investors", but many of the point in it are good common sense things which could apply equally almost anywhere.



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I prefer the silver eagles due to variety of proof finishes- proof, reverse proof, enhanced reverse proof.  I know it’s a bit of a money pit, but I have a collection going back 15 years that has the key dates.

 I also like the new Morgan and Peace coins with new proof treatments/sets coming this year.  It’s all a money pit and the US and U.K. seem to have my number.

Libertads are beautiful but my collection of the other coins is larger and complete (until the next wave of coins comes along)

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