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Which QB 1/4 oz to pick up?

Which Beast 1/4oz to Get?  

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  1. 1. Which Beastie?

    • Unicorn of Scotland
    • Dragon of Wales
    • Black Bull of Clarence
    • Griffin of Edward III

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I just tried putting that Gold Queen's Beast in the basket. 300 DKK($47) shipping for me. LOL. Probably not the best site for Europeans :D It seems decent for US ppl though.

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Definitely go with the oldest first. I started collecting them this year. I have the first 4 but not the Black Bull. I figured I'd wait for a sale on it. It just came out this year so there isn't any hurry to get it. QB are going for $363 - $400 in the US on eBay. 

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On ‎12‎/‎06‎/‎2018 at 11:29, PansPurse said:

I'm tidying my stack a little and looking at picking up a 1/4 oz. The Queen's Beasts seem to be doing well and I'm looking at getting one of the more recent ones, but which do you think will work out best?

I just ordered a Griffin last night. I looked through them all and without paying £100 over spot it was the best looking with my eyes. I think the Bull and Unicorn look to similar. It looks like they have used the same designs for both and just made slight changes. If you look at the hooves, legs and hind quarters, they are almost identical. 

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