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  1. 8 minutes later and it's still trying to add it to my basket on the Royal Mint site. I gave up and went through the coin connection in the end, at least I got there before they started ramping the price up. Even worked out 5p cheaper
  2. I quite like the silver, I think I prefer it to the non-colourised versions. Which is just as well, since the gold will be way out of my budget this month 😅
  3. Harrington and Byrne just made another sale, can't say no when spot is looking like that 😄
  4. I've heard of the Buckingham collection before, but never used them. Beautiful coin, if I hadn't just ordered a sovereign from h&b I'd be sorely tempted, American eagles have been on my 'want' list for ages. For whatever reason American coins carry a slightly higher premium from the UK sellers that I use, so it seems like a decent offer.
  5. Not a deal as such, but I know a lot of people like these gold standard coins, and they're back in stock. Someone buy them before I give in to temptation and get one myself 😅 https://www.bullionbypost.co.uk/gold-coins/quarter-ounce-gold-coins/2018-Quarter-Ounce-Gold-Standard-25-coin/
  6. Silver proof sold out at the mint now, didn't take long
  7. 1980 proof half sovereign bought as bullion, along with a regular 1909 half sov from Hatton Garden. Plus a 'strike your own' 50p, and silver £20 coin from a visit to the mint yesterday. Super happy to have a proof gold coin, even if it is a little spotted on the reverse.
  8. Tonyb959

    Investment Advice

    If you're putting money into a help to buy isa, can we assume you're actively saving a deposit for a house? If that's the case, would it be prudent to put as much money into the house as possible? Lower interest rates on mortgages with a higher deposit, paying less interest over the term of the mortgage etc all sound like better investments than gold, imo. In the long term, it should work out to be a better return on your money.
  9. https://www.powercoin.it/en/power-coin/3830-flat-earth-great-conspiracies-2-oz-silver-coin-10-palau-2019.html Should go well together 😄
  10. They've been doing those since 2016, thanks for reminding me to go and pick some up. I'm guessing they don't advertise them extensively since you can only buy them from the mint if you go in person. It's a weird way to market a coin, but I have a bit of a soft spot for them because of it.