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Britannia and Liberty 2024


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Just seen that RM is taking orders for the Britannia and Liberty 2024 1oz silver and wanted to get opinions on if this would fall into the Britannia range of coins. I think that it's stand alone, rather than being a 'Britannia' but at the same time, it could also be classed as a variation of Brit. 

Also, RM is so expensive, £33.40 for 1oz of bullion silver, does anyone think that other UK retailers will sell any cheaper?

https://www.royalmint.com/britannia/britannia-and-liberty/bullion-range

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I ordered the 2 ounce silver proof from the Royal Mint website today. 😃

Planning to order the 1 ounce proof silver medal from the U.S. website later on today when they are available to order.

And planning to order the 1 ounce silver bullion coin when a Canadian dealer would carry them sometimes this month, I think I would order 50 coins.

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1 hour ago, DavidE said:

Just seen that RM is taking orders for the Britannia and Liberty 2024 1oz silver and wanted to get opinions on if this would fall into the Britannia range of coins. I think that it's stand alone, rather than being a 'Britannia' but at the same time, it could also be classed as a variation of Brit. 

Also, RM is so expensive, £33.40 for 1oz of bullion silver, does anyone think that other UK retailers will sell any cheaper?

https://www.royalmint.com/britannia/britannia-and-liberty/bullion-range

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1. Chards if you buy more than 1

2. Dont stres it, there are over 1/4 million of them being minted, you will be able to get one no bother at somre point

3. I bet @theman73 is already looking to source some?

It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop.

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Just now, Gordy said:

1. Chards if you buy more than 1

2. Dont stres it, there are over 1/4 million of them being minted, you will be able to get one no bother at somre point

3. I bet @theman73 is already looking to source some?

actually, chards if you buy just 1 also.... 

It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop.

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I really like this coin, but can anyone explain the hand holding the torch, the wrist seems to be at the wrong angle.

Maybe it is just me being picky, or is it just artistic licence etc? 🌞

Coins are not only a store of value but a store of beauty.

The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are. (Joseph Campbell).

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4 minutes ago, Aldebaran said:

I really like this coin, but can anyone explain the hand holding the torch, the wrist seems to be at the wrong angle.

Maybe it is just me being picky, or is it just artistic licence etc? 🌞

Don’t think it is particularly if you turn it around to look at it?🤔🤔

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2 minutes ago, Petra said:

Don’t think it is particularly if you turn it around to look at it?🤔🤔

That is easier said than done my my iPad keeps correcting 😁

Coins are not only a store of value but a store of beauty.

The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are. (Joseph Campbell).

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Just now, Aldebaran said:

That is easier said than done my my iPad keeps correcting 😁

Mine does too😮put two fingers on, press open fingers and turn I pad at same time😮😮🤔

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I said that I liked them - so I have bought some silver variants 🌞

Coins are not only a store of value but a store of beauty.

The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are. (Joseph Campbell).

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4 hours ago, Aldebaran said:

I said that I liked them - so I have bought some silver variants 🌞

Bought a silver one myself. At the end of the day … buy what you like…. good idea for most things!🤔😮

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On 08/02/2024 at 14:53, DavidE said:

Just seen that RM is taking orders for the Britannia and Liberty 2024 1oz silver and wanted to get opinions on if this would fall into the Britannia range of coins. I think that it's stand alone, rather than being a 'Britannia' but at the same time, it could also be classed as a variation of Brit. 

Also, RM is so expensive, £33.40 for 1oz of bullion silver, does anyone think that other UK retailers will sell any cheaper?

https://www.royalmint.com/britannia/britannia-and-liberty/bullion-range

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Now available to order on Bleyer for £26.87 (ex. VAT) as single, decreasing with quantity.

Nice coin.

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3 hours ago, BigJ said:

 

Now available to order on Bleyer for £26.87 (ex. VAT) as single, decreasing with quantity.

Nice coin.

I bought mine from Chards they were about £27.50 inc vat.🌞

Coins are not only a store of value but a store of beauty.

The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are. (Joseph Campbell).

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14 hours ago, Petra said:

Postage?🤔😮😁

I bought 6 and the post was £6 - I think🙄

Coins are not only a store of value but a store of beauty.

The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are. (Joseph Campbell).

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1 hour ago, Petra said:

Postage …. always a killer!🤔free from mint🤔😮😮

Perhaps I am just plain lazy, an email comes and I respond😎

Coins are not only a store of value but a store of beauty.

The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are. (Joseph Campbell).

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Anyone know anywhere selling the US version that will ship to the UK ?

Only had a Quick Look but 75k mintage and just shy of $90 seems a bit steep. 

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6 minutes ago, Pm1987 said:

Anyone know anywhere selling the US version that will ship to the UK ?

Only had a Quick Look but 75k mintage and just shy of $90 seems a bit steep. 

According to my U.S. collectors friends, the silver medal is scheduled to start delivery in May 2024.

What is the shipping cost from the U.S. mint to UK?

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