adamuk

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  1. adamuk

    Update of the tgc meet up

    Vegas
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    Update of the tgc meet up

    Great idea I can wear my sparkly Thong
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    Update of the tgc meet up

    Obviously Great Yarmouth Or Bournemouth
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    CHELTENHAM NOVEMBER MEETING COMP 2019

    12:45 - Treasure Dillon 10 Win 13:15 - Chic Name 10 Win 13:50 - Al Dancer 10 Win 14:25 - Simply Ned 10 Win 15:00 - Dame De Compagnie 60 Win 15:30 - Eden Du Houx 10 Win 16:00 - Time Flies By 90 Win Good luck
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    Taking on The Royal Mint

    Personally I don't like new coins again for me storage problems BUT a great way to get started. WHAT you 10000% DONT want to entertain is these limited addition crap gold coins like 1/4 sovs etc you see on TV. Worth less than the scap!! Royal Mint special additions are different again, it's a minefield really.
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    Taking on The Royal Mint

    And we both agree that buying Silver or Gold is a wise investment.
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    Taking on The Royal Mint

    Excellent post I guess the main thing is you are (ok) with both and all depends on the quantity you think you will accumulate, my friend has 60kg of loose Silver I always take the piss as he moans about storage etc. He brought his when he and everyone was paying 90p a gramme years ago, the price plummeted and he was left with it, he won't live to see him get his initial investment back, and ironically all of the Georgian and Victorian Silver stuff like Tea sets were worthless then are worth way over scrap now. For me Gold is far less hassle.
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    Taking on The Royal Mint

    No worries at all.
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    Taking on The Royal Mint

    Seeing you have a good budget I would not muck about with Silver, in one Sovereign you will need a LOT of Silver to equal the price, especially if you go down the Jewellery route, then storage becomes a problem. I keep my coins in tubes and once filled that equates to roughly 15k you can of course get smaller tubes, there easy to hide up etc. If you still want to go down the Silver route I guess bars are ok. And of course you go in years time with your massive heavy Silver you will probably need a trolley eBay is good for Sovereigns don't be fooled into buying proof ones in cases etc, as ultimately if your going to weight them in the companies won't pay a premium so you will have to sell privately, which incurs costs and fees. Also remember if you buy Sovereigns.. Full Sovereign weigh 8g Half Sovereign weigh 4g There are fake ones about made of 18ct that weigh wrong If you get one that's say an old coin it might weigh 7.95 ish through losing some through wear. Any other help let me know I will be happy to advise. Your making a good sound decision.
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    Taking on The Royal Mint

    That's the price as of now. That is my Trade account so you probably would not get those exact deals. They have come down a bit lately but that's the nature of the beast, when i started buying them they were £40.00 each
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    Taking on The Royal Mint

    I can help. Buy second hand silver NO VAT doesn't matter if it's jewellery when you weigh in all the same really. Personally I would not bother and just buy Gold Sovereigns Full or Halfs easy to store easily available and no CGT if you play it right. Easy to resell or weigh in. Anymore help let me know.
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    CHELTENHAM NOVEMBER MEETING COMP 2019

    Well I'm 100% in the clear as the gnome was on Richie last night they all say and I only just now got internet as you know. So up yours
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    CHELTENHAM NOVEMBER MEETING COMP 2019

    Rubbish So they have not been on at all?
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    CHELTENHAM NOVEMBER MEETING COMP 2019

    Have I missed this ? If so sorry as I'm round Liesas with no internet we have just popped out and realised.