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Queens 90th Birthday £20.00 Fine Silver Coin for £20 Free Delivery

£20.00 @ The Royal Mint
Would make a lovely gift, got a few of these myself usually they have a postage charge. Their free delivery ends tuesday 30th, hope this will be of some help to someone, primarily someone wanting a co…
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Would make a lovely gift, got a few of these myself usually they have a postage charge. Their free delivery ends tuesday 30th, hope this will be of some help to someone, primarily someone wanting a collectors coin but not to be risking anything.

Free delivery ends tuesday, turn a 20 dirty note into a fine silver coin with some roses on it. :)
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1 Like #1
Another coin being charged for the face value, is the "Trafalgar Square 2016 UK £100 Fine Silver Coin":D
http://www.royalmint.com/shop/Trafalgar_Square_2016_UK_100_pound_Fine_Silver_Coin
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I do love these 'swap £20 pound for £20 pound etc coin deals' as if it's no loss. If you spend 20 quid on something your not going to spend again then you have lost 20 quid.
And if you spend it in the future for a 'no loss deal' then it was pointless buying it in the first place.
4 Likes #3
says legal tender then says
"This coin is a commemorative coin so banks, post offices and shops will not accept them. 
If individual customers wish to discuss the return of this coin now or in the future please contact our customer services team on 0345 6088 300"
scam.
I have a commemorative £1000 coin for sale at face value, styled after a bottle cap with £1000 written on.
picture with my hukd username to follow.
#4
also
"please note that whilst these coins are legal tender, they are not designed for general circulation, so banks and shops are unlikely to accept the coins. The Royal Mint cannot accept returns of such coins outside of the 14 days return policy."
1 Like #5
fireman1
I do love these 'swap £20 pound for £20 pound etc coin deals' as if it's no loss. If you spend 20 quid on something your not going to spend again then you have lost 20 quid.
And if you spend it in the future for a 'no loss deal' then it was pointless buying it in the first place.

These coins can't be spent. Your £20 is spent if you buy one of these worthless coins.

°This coin is a commemorative coin so banks, post offices and shops will not accept them°.
#6
Free delivery is for all coins n this promotion isn't it?
#7
worth nothing because it cannot be spend, bank will not accept it

Edited By: bobo53 on Aug 28, 2016 22:23
2 Likes #8
Is there any one on HUKD who actually knows anything about coin collecting,some advice would be welcome.Heat Added for the op being brave enough to post this.
#9
Con! Don't waste your money. Banks won't accept them. Unless you have a lot of money and collect them as antique...
3 Likes #10
It's a collector's item. Why would you want a bank to accept it? That would be pointless; spending £20 on something you can exchange for .... err .... £20. I don't think a bank would accept a 12" Sergeant Pepper picture LP either.
1 Like #11
Master G
It's a collector's item. Why would you want a bank to accept it? That would be pointless; spending £20 on something you can exchange for .... err .... £20. I don't think a bank would accept a 12" Sergeant Pepper picture LP either.
makes sense to buy only one or as a gift. The problem is that people thinks it will be worth money in the future. I seen this stuff going for half of the price on ebay from time to time.
#12
Mass produced tat. Not a collector's item. Royal Mint is a scam.
2 Likes #13
tempt
Mass produced tat. Not a collector's item. Royal Mint is a scam.
Wut? It's intended to be collected, not used as a means of exchange, Ergo, it's a collector's item.
4 Likes #14
It's a limited edition........ they limit the number they produce to the amount of orders! Look on the brightside if it was from QVC it would be made from silverique :p
#15
scrap value £1.74
1 Like #16
people can collect rocks and any other items, in my opinion collectors want items that will hold in value or increase or they will enjoy having on display.
in x years time this will not be worth face value.
if you will gain enjoyment looking at this art piece for £20 then buy.
I have some video games I have as a collector. I personally value them at x, none gamers would value them at x/100, I can at least play these games, collectors items are art and all art is subjective.
apropos would you like to buy some beanie baby's? they are collectors items.
1 Like #17
Legal tender is just that ... a legal form of payment. Banks HAVE to accept it
#18
japes
Legal tender is just that ... a legal form of payment. Banks HAVE to accept it

In practice this means that although the silver UK coins we produce in denominations of £5, £20, £50 and £100 are approved as legal tender, they have been designed as limited edition collectables or gifts and will not be entering general circulation. As such, UK shops and banks are unlikely to accept them.

From the Royal Mint website.....
#19
japes
Legal tender is just that ... a legal form of payment. Banks HAVE to accept it
Well if you say so it must be true, after all it's on the internet and it never lies :p
#20
legal tender, no where has to except it including banks, however if you ever have to pay a debt through court you can use it for that, thing to check on these is the quality and quantity of silver as this is where the investment lies similar to buying sovereigns...

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