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  1. 1/4oz or 1oz coins?

    HI everyone dont know if this has already been asked but I was wondering peoples thoughts. Which do you think is the better option, buying 1/4oz coins such as Queens Beast or Britannia or buying the 1oz coins but obviously less frequently, also if you could explain why you think your option is the better. Thanks for the options that will follow
  2. 400YRS OF ANGLO-JAPANESE RELATIONS

    Again on my travels across the www i found this little expensive coin. Wondering what you folk think of this one? It's from the east India company, At 1/4toz (0.25toz) and just shy of £60 (£59.95) it's not cheap but minted to proof quality. The gold proof is available 8g for £755.