NEW PETER RABBIT COIN £60 @ royalmint
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NEW PETER RABBIT COIN £60 @ royalmint

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Found 3rd Apr
Brand new 2017 Peter rabbit coin, dispatched in 5 working days, last ones sold out in very quick.

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I put two in my drawer,6 weeks later i had 27
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561 in queue...

I put two in my drawer,6 weeks later i had 27

What!! £60 for a 50p! oO

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hmmm ebay.co.uk/itm…229?hash=item283026587d:g:iycAAOSwmgJY4LtC

Some more info:

The first coin in the Beatrix Potter 2017 Collection
Struck in 925 sterling silver and finished to Proof standard
Enhanced by colour printing
Endorsed by publisher Frederick Warne & Co (a Penguin Random House company)
Strictly limited to three per household
Product code: UK17PRSP
Limited Edition Presentation: 30,000

I'd actually consider it... if it was 50p

Original Poster

Thankyou for adding the information readingbrown99, first deal posted

123mark123

Thankyou for adding the information readingbrown99, first deal posted



No problem.

luvsadealdealdeal

hmmm … hmmm http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Silver-Proof-Peter-Rabbit-50p-from-the-Royal-Mint-/172606511229?hash=item283026587d:g:iycAAOSwmgJY4LtC



That's the 2016 coin, of which only 15000 were issued (I believe) which if true makes it rarer, however, thirty thousand of the 2017 coin are being issued (issued only applies to being set in a perspex box)
Edited by: "readingbrown99" 3rd Apr

Original Poster

Hmmm I thought this was a deal posting site? the original peter rabbit coins went for upwards of £1000.00, also a ebay member has already sold one for £100.00 and a max listing upto now for 299.00 buy it now, therefore in my eyes that is instant profit.

luvsadealdealdeal

hmmm … hmmm http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Silver-Proof-Peter-Rabbit-50p-from-the-Royal-Mint-/172606511229?hash=item283026587d:g:iycAAOSwmgJY4LtC



Wow, better buy a few to stick on eBay (_;)
Edited by: "hayleyelizabeth" 3rd Apr

Original Poster

ebay.co.uk/itm…293?hash=item33cbbce0ed:g:ONMAAOSwTM5Y4ZUA

Sorry 3 sold instantly for £100.00 each with 7.95 postage included.

That was painfully slow. Payment took 4 attempts not sure yet if it took payment more than once due to site fully loading but leaving a blank screen more than once.

1921 in the queue
That'll teach those tout spambots a lesson!!! :P

Was slow for me aswell. Subscribed to the other coins aswell.

Are the non silver ones for £5 and £10 likely to be worth any more than their purchase value? Does anyone know?

the first few of anything will sell well on ebay, give it a week and you'l be lucky to get any profit after postage and ebay/paypal tax

got the squirrel in my change yesterday

I'm going to hold mine for a year or so before selling. Let eBay clear it's stocks first.

Also. I forgot to mention, I got 6% quidco cashback on these so don't forget quidco if you're yet to buy. ​

2997 in queue..........I don't think I'll be waiting oO

G0OSE

2997 in queue..........I don't think I'll be waiting oO


Not sure how many in the queue.............I don't think I'll be waiting oO

Queue goes quick and keeps you in queue. Or you can set an email to let you know when you are trough the queue.

Thank you this is a great deal ! but it took ages to check out and a lot of waiting with blank screen!

7452 in queue

For that reason, im out

10151 in queue

I'm laughing at how little people know about these coins, and it's not a criticism, I was one.
Until my former boss and security guard wouldn't shut up about Royal Mint coins. It was like two kids collecting football stickers.
Then I found out what they were worth to collectors, a mint (pun intended)
Long story short, I've know my security guard for 6 years. In that time he's bought these kind of coins, still does, and literally tripled his money on most, at worst he's only doubled it and he's quadrupled it quite a few times.
Let's just say he's had a lot of free holidays from these things.
The painted ones (these) as a full collection have sold for unbelievable prices. He sold a collection that cost him just under £200 for almost £1000. Paid towards his latest road bike.
Im always late to the party with them though.


Edited by: "RebTheRebel" 3rd Apr

Try westminster

looks really nice thanks OP

got a cupple of last year's silver proof coins and 2 sets on subscription for this year. will pay for a lovely family holiday to florida when my little girl is old enough to appreciate it. recommend waiting in the que..

Good post. So if you hold on to these, what are they worth in a year or two? Actually looks really nice and wife loves Peter Rabbit. I'm in the queue to buy one simply to hold on to.

RebTheRebel

I'm laughing at how little people know about these coins, and it's not a … I'm laughing at how little people know about these coins, and it's not a criticism, I was one. Until my former boss and security guard wouldn't shut up about Royal Mint coins. It was like two kids collecting football stickers. Then I found out what they were worth to collectors, a mint (pun intended)Long story short, I've know my security guard for 6 years. In that time he's bought these kind of coins, still does, and literally tripled his money on most, at worst he's only doubled it and he's quadrupled it quite a few times. Let's just say he's had a lot of free holidays from these things.The painted ones (these) as a full collection have sold for unbelievable prices. He sold a collection that cost him just under £200 for almost £1000. Paid towards his latest road bike. Im always late to the party with them though.


antenna

I put two in my drawer,6 weeks later i had 27


With two Peter rabbits? oO

Lol i wonder how many people are voting this cold yet spending £1200.00 on a carrier deal for the new Samsung phone.

Got one of those silver proof rabbits today as signed up for RM notifications while buying new silver piedford £1 coin last month ...I almost missed it and signed up for notifications so it would never happen again.
Great coin, great investment .
Silver proof limited edition coins alway are worth buying.

For those who voting cold...you clearly have no idea about coins whatsoever...little research would only do you good. Not a criticism just a friendly advice.
Edited by: "Elusia" 3rd Apr

I HAVE ONE AND I JUST GOT IT IN CIRCULATION IN MY CHANGE

Taken a punt, thanks OP. Will probably keep it a few years and try to sell on.

123mark123

Hmmm I thought this was a deal posting site? the original peter rabbit … Hmmm I thought this was a deal posting site? the original peter rabbit coins went for upwards of £1000.00, also a ebay member has already sold one for £100.00 and a max listing upto now for 299.00 buy it now, therefore in my eyes that is instant profit.



​They are just really tight and clerk it's cause your new they hate me aswell. it's a great deal bud xxxx ignore them.

[quote=cheaperbythe12]Good post. So if you hold on to these, what are they worth in a year or two? Actually looks really nice and wife loves Peter Rabbit. I'm in the queue to buy one simply to hold on to.[quote=cheaperbythe12]

To be honest it's hard to know, depends on what the buyers want at the time. You'll never lose money on it though, it'll always be in profit so don't worry about that. With it being Beatrix Potter, there will always be collectors. Keep it in the packaging though, that helps.

Coins found in change are not proof or BU , value of those is not even close to BU coin which is what collectors will look for.
Silver proof version of rabbit costs £60 but BU only £10 , however I do not think that BU is limited version.
On Westminster page 2017 BU rabbit costs £6.98 including delivery , silver proof also available there , worth a shot for those who not wish to wait in the queue.


For those who are interested in coins, check up new Queens beasts series while you are on RM page , got 10oz Lion recently and can not wait for the rest of the series , it is absolutely stunning coin




Edited by: "Elusia" 3rd Apr

SuperMariosDad

Are the non silver ones for £5 and £10 likely to be worth any more than t … Are the non silver ones for £5 and £10 likely to be worth any more than their purchase value? Does anyone know?


You never can be sure what will gain on value however coins are tend to be worth more when struck in limited quantity.
When buying check if the coin will be made in certain quantity or unlimited. Unlimited or coins struck in great numbers will never gain a high value as there simply is to many of them out there.

One more thing for the "new investors " if you bought the silver coin in order to sell it later, always keep it inside the case, never touch with fingers and keep all boxes receipts etc with it . Coins that collectors wish for must be mint condition , spotless, only those will gain a high value as condition is very important
Edited by: "Elusia" 3rd Apr
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