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The Royal Arms 2019 silver coin

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In the description it says: 

"A brand-new, unique investment opportunity – this is the first Royal Arms coin released by The Royal Mint"

This suggests that it may become an annual fixture, do you reckon?

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9 minutes ago, Stuntman said:

In the description it says: 

"A brand-new, unique investment opportunity – this is the first Royal Arms coin released by The Royal Mint"

This suggests that it may become an annual fixture, do you reckon?

Are there too many arms to introduce as a series?

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17 hours ago, AppleZippoandMetronome said:

Would love to know what has pissed that unicorn off so much...  Brexit?

I do like them so I’ll get a few. I see what you mean by a pissed off unicorn.

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39 minutes ago, Bullionaire said:

€15.87 from the European mint. I might order a couple seen as how were not doing brexit anytime soon. It is a lovely design

Out of interest how do you make it worthwhile buying from the European mint with the delivery cost? Wouldn't you need to buy in bulk for it to be cost effective?

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2 minutes ago, silverleaf said:

Out of interest how do you make it worthwhile buying from the European mint with the delivery cost? Wouldn't you need to buy in bulk for it to be cost effective?

I usually buy 16ozt at a time, which brings me into the 'under 500g' shipping rate band, which is €20. Just make sure you go to the top end of the shipping bands, don't just go one coin over, otherwise the additional shopping will hurt you. E.G. if you buy 17ozt, shipping will cost you €30

I also use backyard bullion's code to take €10 off the price: TSFBYB50

 

My order I've just placed was for a 10oz bull, 2 random year britannias, 1 incuse maple leaf and 3 of the royal arms coins. This came to £231 including shipping, which is £14.44 per oz landed. Not too bad for semi numismatic bullion. 

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3 minutes ago, silverleaf said:

Interesting, thanks for the info! How often do the group buys tend to run?

BYB runs them every couple of months or so. But they're very brexit dependent at the minute. Wouldn't want to be hit with a surprise 20% import tax if we suddenly left the EU 

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