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  1. Mcgrimes

    **April 2018** Group order from European Mint

    Big premiums on those platinum coins!
  2. Mcgrimes

    1/10th gold coins

    For what it’s worth, there are 1/10 maples at coin invest for £101, obviously allow ~£18 for postage
  3. Mcgrimes

    1/10th gold coins

    I'm certain that whilst the price of gold has dropped in the past few months, the price of 1/10s has marginally increased.
  4. Mcgrimes

    1/10th gold coins

    I appreciate this sentiment, I think it’s fair to say that the majority of people are willing to pay a premium to get what they want, but I personally can’t justify 10-15% for small denominations anymore, in my experience it becomes unsustainable and uneconomical. Though some premiums do carry forwards when reselling, i just hate the thought of getting ripped off!
  5. Mcgrimes

    1/10th gold coins

    The price of gold may have dropped, but the premiums of 1/10 have grown; not worth buying currently IMO
  6. I must admit I don’t understand how this affects things - is it any different than an exchange propping the market using their own money? Of course this is assuming that the USDT has been backed by dollars; what would be interesting is if they backed it by other cryptos which have plummeted in value!
  7. Mcgrimes

    18ct gold chain

    Tried Cookson gold?
  8. Shouldn’t the title of this article be ‘People spend bitcoin on gold’?
  9. A loaf of bread will always be a loaf of bread; the point I was trying to make is that the value of the pound changes (generally falls) and that one day a loaf of bread might cost £1000. I suppose it depends what you mean by lose it’s worth here in the UK; I interpreted your comment as the value of the pound won’t fall in the UK, but now realise you meant that the pound will always be of use even if it is worthless as it’s our currency - correct?
  10. You’re right, £1 will always be £1. And one loaf of bread will always be one loaf of bread, But, one loaf of bread won’t always be £1
  11. Mcgrimes

    20% off eBay today

    Me neither, I expect bullion by post missed out on a lot of business by removing their listings though
  12. Mcgrimes

    20% off eBay today

    I’ve had nothing of the sort, I’m looking forward to owning my first Sovereign though!
  13. Mcgrimes

    20% off eBay today

    You’re fortunate, I (and I assume the rest of us) have to wait till the 6th-8th according to ebay ohwell it was a bargain!
  14. Mcgrimes

    20% off eBay today

    Yours has arrived already?