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Beatrix potter coins reduced e.g Mrs Tittlemouse 2018 Royal Mint Coloured 50p Silver Proof Coin £29.95 delivered @ Beatrix potter shop
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Beatrix potter coins reduced e.g Mrs Tittlemouse 2018 Royal Mint Coloured 50p Silver Proof Coin £29.95 delivered @ Beatrix potter shop

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Posted 30th Apr
Hi guys,

I don't post often unless I think it's a good deal.

These are collectable items and I think would be worth holding on to for such a price.. if your kid is stuck indoors during lockdown why not start collecting 50ps with them? And add a silver one as their crown jewel!

Go easy on me, hope the deal is ok!
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Value beyond the face value, good deal. Thanks for sharing.
I'm amazed the have Peter Rabbit at this price.
Thank you for the post, just ordered
Great price for these. Have a few at a much higher price!
Thanks just ordered one of the coins great deal
heat!

Cracking discount
Great price
Heat added. More than a bit of a bargain!

Just got Flopsy and Peter for grandkids.
Thank you, great purchase.
Just got one of each for my children. Thanks.
Very cheap. The ones in the clear acrylic block were sold directly by the Royal Mint. The ones in the black boxes are the same coins packaged differently which were sold in Post Offices and were selling for £85 (although IMO, were not worth the extra).

More info at a coin news website AgAuNEWS
Amazing. Thanks.
Who saw this and thought of the "T!T Mouse" in Curb your Enthusiasm?
I've got a really shiny 2019 £1 coin ... anyone want it for £50?

So £25 for £3.60 worth of silver in a coin is a bargain? Ami I missing something :/
I got one of these Peter Rabbit coins in 2017 for £60. Recently checked ebay and the selling price is down to about £30...
Thank you. Bought my wife The Tailor of Gloucester coin in box. She'll love it.
robert_adamson30/04/2020 11:54

So £25 for £3.60 worth of silver in a coin is a bargain? Ami I missing s …So £25 for £3.60 worth of silver in a coin is a bargain? Ami I missing something :/


Well, make it into a ring and a jewellers will charge considerably more!
Edited by: "adam.mt" 30th Apr
1oz silver coin for £18 or peter rabbit 50p 0.3oz for £25!
ST3030/04/2020 12:17

1oz silver coin for £18 or peter rabbit 50p 0.3oz for £25!


There is a difference for between limited edition releases of a popular collectable item which will more than likely go up in value (even if the spot price for silver drops). Or, you can get a 1oz silver coin for £18 and bank on it moving a few quid over a long term hold. I do both, I prefer stacking gold over silver though, that's just my preference unless it's a collectors item which I know there's a market for, hence this post, but it's always best practice to diversify your portfolio
robert_adamson30/04/2020 11:54

So £25 for £3.60 worth of silver in a coin is a bargain? Ami I missing s …So £25 for £3.60 worth of silver in a coin is a bargain? Ami I missing something :/


Hey there,

Yes, you are missing something..

There is a difference for between limited edition releases of a popular collectable item which will more than likely go up in value (even if the spot price for silver drops). Or, you can get a 1oz silver coin for £18 and bank on it moving a few quid over a long term hold. I do both, I prefer stacking gold over silver though, that's just my preference unless it's a collectors item which I know there's a market for, hence this post, but it's always best practice to diversify your portfolio

Hope that clears it up for you, also, ask any bullion dealer, coins always achieve a higher premium than bars.
JC18x30/04/2020 17:24

Hey there,Yes, you are missing something..There is a difference for …Hey there,Yes, you are missing something..There is a difference for between limited edition releases of a popular collectable item which will more than likely go up in value (even if the spot price for silver drops). Or, you can get a 1oz silver coin for £18 and bank on it moving a few quid over a long term hold. I do both, I prefer stacking gold over silver though, that's just my preference unless it's a collectors item which I know there's a market for, hence this post, but it's always best practice to diversify your portfolio Hope that clears it up for you, also, ask any bullion dealer, coins always achieve a higher premium than bars.


exactly buy limited edition gold coins as it is vat free. Silver is pretty worthless, vatable and low value you might as well go to car boot sales and look for candlesticks. Looking at ebay those coins have fallen in value, so your at best staying at par value. You would need to hold on for a long time to make it collectable.
This might be worth something in years to come but right now going on ebay prices this is about right.
keepitonthelow30/04/2020 23:40

This might be worth something in years to come but right now going on ebay …This might be worth something in years to come but right now going on ebay prices this is about right.


It is my intention to hold these coins for 10-20 years.
Is it possible to buy silver coins without vat? I've seen a few websites but dont know if theres a catch to them

Also, anyone know where to get silver bullion for a reasonable price? New to investing I'm silver.

Thanks in advance!
b1koni02/05/2020 00:24

Is it possible to buy silver coins without vat? I've seen a few websites …Is it possible to buy silver coins without vat? I've seen a few websites but dont know if theres a catch to themAlso, anyone know where to get silver bullion for a reasonable price? New to investing I'm silver.Thanks in advance!


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