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  1. In looking at the sales - can it really be assumed that the years from 2008 to 2017 were all done by stackers - my gut tells me that JP Morgan or some other big investment firms probably bought the majority of the production.
  2. SOLD the 5 oz bar on Friday - at the end of the day it was just bullion anyway!!!
  3. Pampfan

    Rhodium is on Fire - what’s up

    Rhodium now at $2250 per ounce - Wow
  4. The 5 oz bars are very common - the coins would take me a lot longer to get - if I could find them all - so the bar will Go!!!
  5. I have been debating with my self as to what part of my collection do I sell to fund a trip with my kids to Europe. I could very easily sell my 5 oz bar from the master collection - or I could sell off all the other individual coins - from my 1/4 oz collection. Collecting this stuff is great - but other things have more value in life. I’m tending to think the 5 oz bar - cause it took me years to piece together the 1/4 oz collection. Just wondering If other members have had this dilemma and what they did / would do.
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    Ms70 gold 1/4 oz griffin on ebay

    Anyone looking for the griffin 1/4 oz gold - someone has four of them on eBay - for $1000 each or best offer - seller id bigbarry725
  7. Looking at mintage - they only mad 180,000 of em. LOL
  8. Just looked at apmex website - prices are crazy for 2 oz queens beast griffin — $133.58 per coin, lion @ 73.58 per coin if you buy 20+. Whats going on ???
  9. I think that there may be more collectors who prefer 1 ounce coins as opposed to 1/4 oz (I prefer the 1/4 ounce ) - What is very interesting is the very low mintages of the bull - This may be the key to the set.
  10. I think it means if they wanted to mint more they could.
  11. Here are the bullion only figures - As soon as I receive the proof figures I will update. Standard Alloy Theme Fine Oz / Size Mintage Limit Despatched Sales to End March Bullion GOLD Dragon 0.25 No Limit 10,421 Bullion GOLD Dragon 1 No Limit 14,456 Bullion GOLD Griffin 0.25 No Limit 10,758 Bullion GOLD Griffin 1 No Limit 13,159 Bullion GOLD Lion 0.25 No Limit 20,094 Bullion GOLD Lion 1 No Limit 22,707 Bullion GOLD Unicorn 0.25 No Limit 10,193 Bullion GOLD Unicorn 1 No Limit 12,268 Bullion GOLD Bull 0.25 No Limit 5,066 Bullion GOLD Bull 1 No Limit 5,612 Bullion Platinum Dragon 1 No Limit 3,020 Bullion Platinum Griffin 1 No Limit 3,051 Bullion Platinum Lion 1 No Limit 4,135 Bullion SILVER Dragon 2 No Limit 195,263 Bullion SILVER Dragon 10 No Limit 5,077 Bullion SILVER Griffin 2 No Limit 183,939 Bullion SILVER Griffin 10 No Limit 8,286 Bullion SILVER Lion 2 No Limit 259,204 Bullion SILVER Lion 10 No Limit 16,305 Bullion SILVER Unicorn 2 No Limit 155,700 Bullion SILVER Bull 2 No Limit 107,564 Another Success under the belt!!!!!!!!!!!!
  12. My contact at the royal mint has stated that they are almost complete sorting out all the information and I should be hearing back from them by weeks end.
  13. Should be getting an email from the mint any day now. I am very curious as to if any of the early releases have very different sales numbers from last year - remember there were no mintage limits on any of the bullion items - so is it possible that the mint may re-issue - or possible come out with a complete set of the beasts at the end of the run???
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    The effort that goes in to your £12 oz silver

    I always felt like I lean to the left a lot - Must be my solid gold left hand.😜