£20 fine silver Churchill coin for £20 (plus £3 p &p on orders under £44.99) from Royal Mint
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£20 fine silver Churchill coin for £20 (plus £3 p &p on orders under £44.99) from Royal Mint

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I'm a coin collector. It's not really a deal as your paying 20 pound for 20 pound.

you don't see people posting. free cash withdrawals from Barclays atm.....

where as my poppy coin deal was a good deal as you paid 5 pound for a 5 pound coin with free delivery and 50p went to charity...my vote is cold I'm afraid. even though I have already ordered 3

If they had Diana with a crown on it, I might think about it. Churchill is not exactly pleasing to look at!

R the coins cashable? Will the banks accept them as cash? Thank u.

steviedude100

I'm a coin collector. It's not really a deal as your paying 20 pound for … I'm a coin collector. It's not really a deal as your paying 20 pound for 20 pound.you don't see people posting. free cash withdrawals from Barclays atm.....where as my poppy coin deal was a good deal as you paid 5 pound for a 5 pound coin with free delivery and 50p went to charity...my vote is cold I'm afraid. even though I have already ordered 3



Your poppy coin deal was the Westminster Collection. Apparently a terrible company to deal with and not legal tender in England.

Not sure how the other £20 coins have faired in terms of later value, but the recent £100 coin seems to go for a bit on eBay. Unfortunately I missed it. Only got an email about it when it was nearly sold out, and sold out once I read it.

I can imagine these selling well to Americans and other people abroad into British stuff? Who sells them though? More of a keep sake. Nice as a gift. That's why I order 3. Free delivery, one to keep, one to give, and one to maybe sell if it does actually end up going for a fair bit.

THE WEIGHT IS 15.71 GRAM OF 999 SILVER, ALMOST PURE. THE CURRENT PRICE OF 1 TROY OUNCE (31.1 GRAMMS) 999 SILVER IS AROUND THE £11.69 PER OUNCE MARK MEANING THERE IS APROX £5.81 OF SILVER CONTENT. THE MINT HAS PRODUCTION COSTS ECT. YOU DO THE MATHS THEY ARE NOT GIVING THEM AWAY QUITE A TIDY PROFIT IF YOU ASK ME. BUT STILL A NICE COIN WHICH MAY HAVE COLLECTION VALUE ONLY TIME WILL SEE.
Edited by: "will1" 17th Jan 2015

No free delivery codes available?

steviedude100

I'm a coin collector. It's not really a deal as your paying 20 pound for … I'm a coin collector. It's not really a deal as your paying 20 pound for 20 pound.you don't see people posting. free cash withdrawals from Barclays atm.....where as my poppy coin deal was a good deal as you paid 5 pound for a 5 pound coin with free delivery and 50p went to charity...my vote is cold I'm afraid. even though I have already ordered 3



i cant see you logic. Barclays dont give you a collectors coin. your poppy coin would sell at three times that amount. so so will the churchill coin soon.

this is for a man that changed history. a man that who was never taught the meaning of the word surrender and expected the same for his countryman. some say he had a grudge against Hitler after travelling to Berlin to attend a meeting with him only for Hitler to send him packing without meeting him.

pity we didnt have more prime ministers like him who ruled for his countryman and not for his party who did has they were told

steviedude100

I'm a coin collector. It's not really a deal as your paying 20 pound for … I'm a coin collector. It's not really a deal as your paying 20 pound for 20 pound.you don't see people posting. free cash withdrawals from Barclays atm.....where as my poppy coin deal was a good deal as you paid 5 pound for a 5 pound coin with free delivery and 50p went to charity...my vote is cold I'm afraid. even though I have already ordered 3


this doesn't make a lot of sense

dataload

this doesn't make a lot of sense



I agree too as the £100 big ben coin cost £100 and is now selling for £150 and above on ebay.

noddle36

I agree too as the £100 big ben coin cost £100 and is now selling for £ … I agree too as the £100 big ben coin cost £100 and is now selling for £150 and above on ebay.



think your under valuing it. your selling it at the lower end. your one will keep creeping up in value

i bought the £80 proof limited to 7500

Churchill was the last greatest brit. only two full statues of prime minsters in house of commons. him and thatcher.

Americans love him making a wider market.

Shinoke

Your poppy coin deal was the Westminster Collection. Apparently a … Your poppy coin deal was the Westminster Collection. Apparently a terrible company to deal with and not legal tender



the royal mint did a poppy coin. and westminster collection one of their rip offs

queensclose

think your under valuing it. your selling it at the lower end. your … think your under valuing it. your selling it at the lower end. your one will keep creeping up in valuei bought the £80 proof limited to 7500Churchill was the last greatest brit. only two full statues of prime minsters in house of commons. him and thatcher.Americans love him making a wider market.



I dont sell my coins just collect for enjoyment. Was just saying that the value goes up so buying at the coin at the same value you will be able to sell for more as whats happening with the £100 big ben only after a few weeks.

I didn't know about the big ben coin, and only got an email when it was 80% sold from the royal mint, and by the time I read it it had all sold out. Is there any way to get notifications when face value coins come up? Gutted I missed the big ben one.

Use TopCashBack, buy with free delivery and cash them in.

Easy profit.

Just to cover the topic that will undoubtedly come up - ie that "you can't lose as it's legal tender and worth £20" - it's only worth £20 if someone will accept it for £20 of value... and as the Royal Mint remind you...
"Legal Tender Guidelines
"Legal tender has a very narrow and technical meaning in the settlement of debts. It means that a debtor cannot successfully be sued for non-payment if he pays into court in legal tender. It does not mean that any ordinary transaction has to take place in legal tender..."
http://www.royalmint.com/aboutus/policies-and-guidelines/legal-tender-guidelines

ie people are buying, as is their 100% right, for nostalgia, collectability, or speculation, but not investment!

A recent reminder from The Daily Telegraph...
telegraph.co.uk/fin…tml



Edited by: "mk-donald" 30th Jan 2015

mk-donald

...and as the Royal Mail remind you...


I think the Royal Mail should concentrate on letters, & leave coinage to the Royal Mint

theres a churchill coin from the 60s worth a fraction of its face value now. these arent an investment.

Orderd 3!
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