£20 Sir Winston Churchill 2015 UK Fine Silver Coin FREE DELIVERY (CODE: E1605E) @ The Royal Mint
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£20 Sir Winston Churchill 2015 UK Fine Silver Coin FREE DELIVERY (CODE: E1605E) @ The Royal Mint

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Found 14th Apr 2015
Sir Winston Churchill 2015 UK £20 Fine Silver Coin

Normally you have to pay £3 delivery if buying one coin, £5 if buying two coins, and free delivery if you order three or more.

Use promotion code E1605E for FREE DELIVERY, even for buying just one coin!

The coin has a face value of £20 and is available to buy at only £20. So it will always have a value of AT LEAST £20, so no loss either way.

Details:
Struck in 999 fine silver – a £20 coin for £20
Highly collectable – just 200,000 available
Our last face value silver coin sold out in days
An official UK coin and a respectful tribute
Limited to only ten per household

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Not really an investment surely if there's 200,000 being made . Spend £20 , keep it in a drawer for 20 years then sell it for £20 ! I think I'll pass but many will disagree I'm sure

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whizzkid1

Not really an investment surely if there's 200,000 being made . Spend £20 … Not really an investment surely if there's 200,000 being made . Spend £20 , keep it in a drawer for 20 years then sell it for £20 ! I think I'll pass but many will disagree I'm sure



Fair enough. I guess one for either coin collectors or anyone interested in just buying a coin at face value. It could be worth £20 still in 20 years time, or who knows maybe more. Either way you will always get at least £20 for it.

whizzkid1

Not really an investment surely if there's 200,000 being made . Spend £20 … Not really an investment surely if there's 200,000 being made . Spend £20 , keep it in a drawer for 20 years then sell it for £20 ! I think I'll pass but many will disagree I'm sure


terribly un-british old boy!

Given deflation it's a hot deal - buy one and it will go up in value!

Inflation will erode the value, over 20 years it will be worth probably half its value than if you were to put the money in a bank.

littld

Given deflation it's a hot deal - buy one and it will go up in value!


As will a £20 note!

ludwig352

As will a £20 note!



Ah, you have a point. Maybe I didn't think that one through!

coathanger

Inflation will erode the value, over 20 years it will be worth probably … Inflation will erode the value, over 20 years it will be worth probably half its value than if you were to put the money in a bank.



But if inflation is zero or less...

worth buying just to confuse someone in Tesco.

Anyone considering this silliness should probably read this chards.co.uk/new…ds/

tldr: Just because they say it's "£20 legal tender" doesn't really make it so in any real way.

Silver coins are a totally fun little collectible, and can be a okayish investment, certainly better than than most "made to be collected" collectibles, but this particular example is probably not the best place to start.

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bazpoint

Anyone considering this silliness should probably read this … Anyone considering this silliness should probably read this http://www.chards.co.uk/news/twenty-pounds-worth-twenty-pounds/tldr: Just because they say it's "£20 legal tender" doesn't really make it so in any real way.Silver coins are a totally fun little collectible, and can be a okayish investment, certainly better than than most "made to be collected" collectibles, but this particular example is probably not the best place to start.



It is legal tender but its not in circulation so it wont be accepted in shops etc, but it will always retain a value of £20 (face value). In any legal matter where money is owed (at court etc), this £20 would be accepted at a value of £20.

Yes it wont make you rich as it is only a £20 coin, but its a little fun and something for people to keep aside as part of a small collection. This is not intended as a serious investment which will turn you into a millionaire.

Buy it then put it in your bank account.

The cost of this coin is twice that of the value of the silver in it. You'd be better off buying £20 worth of silver and hanging on to that instead of the coin which will still only be worth £20.

krazykush

It is legal tender but its not in circulation so it wont be accepted in … It is legal tender but its not in circulation so it wont be accepted in shops etc, but it will always retain a value of £20 (face value). In any legal matter where money is owed (at court etc), this £20 would be accepted at a value of £20.Yes it wont make you rich as it is only a £20 coin, but its a little fun and something for people to keep aside as part of a small collection. This is not intended as a serious investment which will turn you into a millionaire.



I get where you're coming from, the problem is that this isn't a particularly attractive or interesting silver coin (as they go) - for your £20 or thereabouts you could pick up a nice chunky silver Britannia, an American Liberty, a Canadian Maple, or the beautiful different-every-year Chinese Pandas or Australian Wildlife series - all of which contain double the amount of silver as this, and all of which will certainly be more collected (look at the values of Pandas especially from just a few years ago on eBay).

steveberden

The cost of this coin is twice that of the value of the silver in it. … The cost of this coin is twice that of the value of the silver in it. You'd be better off buying £20 worth of silver and hanging on to that instead of the coin which will still only be worth £20.


Yes, it's much more fun having a tiny lump of silver than a nice collectable coin. I'll go and see my friendly local precious metal dealer tomorrow for a £20 nugget.

lol

bazpoint

I get where you're coming from, the problem is that this isn't a … I get where you're coming from, the problem is that this isn't a particularly attractive or interesting silver coin (as they go) - for your £20 or thereabouts you could pick up a nice chunky silver Britannia, an American Liberty, a Canadian Maple, or the beautiful different-every-year Chinese Pandas or Australian Wildlife series - all of which contain double the amount of silver as this, and all of which will certainly be more collected (look at the values of Pandas especially from just a few years ago on eBay).




The £20 George and the Dragon 2013 coin, now is £30-33 in ebay, so the longer you keep this the value will be more.
The Canadian Silver Maples are not 250k mintage, but lot more, also it's not Brilliant Circulated for £23, but from tube.
In your case you buying metal, in this case people buying collectables.

E1621C is the correct code for now...
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