£100 Buckingham Palace 2015 UK £100 Fine Silver Coin (Collectors item)
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£100 Buckingham Palace 2015 UK £100 Fine Silver Coin (Collectors item)

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Found 3rd Aug 2015
The first face-value coin to feature the new portrait of Her Majesty The Queen
Two full ounces of 999 fine silver
An original Buckingham Palace design
A coin with intrinsic value - £100 for £100
Product code: UK15100P
Limited Edition Presentation: 50,000

The first £100 coin of Big Ben sold out in eleven days and currently sell on ebay for betweem £110 and £140

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with a silver value of about twenty quid, and not being very rare, I'm not sure why anyone would buy these.

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majortom

with a silver value of about twenty quid, and not being very rare, I'm … with a silver value of about twenty quid, and not being very rare, I'm not sure why anyone would buy these.



because they are a coin with intrinsic value - £100 for £100 and they could go up in value as the first set currently sell for between £110 and £140 on ebay.

intrinsic value eh? I can't see tesco taking this for my weekly groceries

Don't know why people vote it down. This is a deal that the most you can lose is the rate of inflation. You can always deposit it in your bank for £100 credit. Or the sensible thing to do is buy it and hide it in the back of a drawer until you retire! Not one for the quick gain - but for the long game, certainly worth getting one.

Sell for £110 to £140 on ebay? by the time they take fees out, postage, etc then they would loose or break even, so don't see the point? Also there are 50,000 made. Thats still a huge number. They would have to be between £25 and £40 for me to bite, so I'm out.

I posted the big ben one last year..you usually find the first people that sell on ebay make the most money from the overseas buyers..so glad they brought another one out as the value of tge big ben will go higher being a first edition..think I'll give this one a miss though as the design not too good..still heat though

Lloyds would not take £5 coins they suggested to a coin collector.

My commonwealth 1986 £2 coin is now worth, wait for it.. a whopping £4 now. Has never been touched. These certainly won't be an investment, although I had a google on coins sold and it was interesting to see some 50p coins that were in full circulation go for £33. Now that's an investment!
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