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Royal Mint Boxes


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2 minutes ago, AaaGee said:

If i bought a box it'd turn into a personal challenge. Id be homeless within a couple of months.

I originally got a 10 coin box and my goal for 2024 was to fill it! I loved the look of the royal mint box so got one to start once my first box was complete! I stupidly transferred my sovs today into the RM box so I guess the goal now is to collect 15 more sovereigns in 2024! At least it will help with the weight loss goals! Gold before food 🤣

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11 minutes ago, SovereignBull said:

Anything better to hold your sovereigns in than a RM box?

I’m extremely impressed with the quality of the RM boxes & at £50 it seems a real bargain.

My gold collection needs some work but not bad for less than a month 😬 

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Beautiful boxes, why only 19 slots though is a strange one. There was more than enough space for 20 minimum. 

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3 minutes ago, James32 said:

Beautiful boxes, why only 19 slots though is a strange one. There was more than enough space for 20 minimum. 

That did have me scratching my head! Why not 20? There must be a reason but I’m not sure why. Thought it might have been overall gold weight but that comes out at 4.47oz so I doubt it’s that. 
 

The only criticism I have of the boxes is that the slots aren’t open backed so u cannot see the reverse of the coins and it’s a very tight fit with the holders

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On 26/12/2023 at 19:45, SovereignBull said:

That did have me scratching my head! Why not 20? There must be a reason but I’m not sure why. Thought it might have been overall gold weight but that comes out at 4.47oz so I doubt it’s that. 
 

The only criticism I have of the boxes is that the slots aren’t open backed so u cannot see the reverse of the coins and it’s a very tight fit with the holders

Im fairly sure someone once told me they were multi purpose boxes. Lift the tray out and there’s like a space underneath the couple ive got, I’ve fit a couple of proofs in the space. It’s still odd though, I’d bought them as date runs from birth for my kids. Can’t really fit a 21st up top, so a couple went underneath with the proofs.

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On 26/12/2023 at 19:35, James32 said:

Beautiful boxes, why only 19 slots though is a strange one. There was more than enough space for 20 minimum. 

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