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Thu Dec 02, 2021 2:45 pm
For quite some time I've been trying to spread my "ability" a little more.
Part of this is the purchase of gold and silver in the form of investment coins. I do this, among other things, to leave something tangible / valuable for my children and grandchildren. After all, I'm not the youngest anymore. My top-7 Silver Investment Coins 1f62f
In addition to gold, I now also invest in silver coins.
Why? After all, they are quite affordable and beautiful to look at.

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1. American Eagle
2. Maple Leaf
3. Mexican Libertad
4. Britannia
5. Krugerrand
6. Kangaroo
7. Vienna Philharmonic

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Sun Jan 09, 2022 2:37 pm
I like your selection Jos you cant really go wrong holding any of them.

I have been collecting bullion since 2013, it has been a very interesting journey for me and now it has become a hobby. I am a 71 year old Scotsman so I want to stay occupied in enjoying my activities.

Since the first silver Krugerrand came out in 2017 they have become my number 1 investment coin.

I love the Chinese Panda selection next. Great quality coins which increase in value well over the years.

Then it is the Perth mint in Australia with the Kookaburra collection, they also change every year like the Panda and they too have appreciated well over time.

Dragons excite me too and I have collected them from 6 or 7 different world mints.

Collections like the Royal Mints 2oz Queen Beasts have also been a very lucrative investment.

And lastly, I like all of the different Lunar coins I have been able to source over the years as they make great gifts for family and friends alike.

Today I think that financially 2022 is going to be the best year since 2011 for all silver coin collectors on this forum.


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Sun Jan 09, 2022 6:04 pm
Two good posts. I reckon between the three of us we have 210 years life experience...and many more to come..dv Very Happy

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Sun Jan 09, 2022 6:08 pm
mervs68 wrote:Two good posts. I reckon between the three of us we have 210 years life experience...and many more to come..dv Very Happy

DV 👍

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Sun Jan 09, 2022 6:37 pm
ShortJohnSilver wrote:
mervs68 wrote:Two good posts. I reckon between the three of us we have 210 years life experience...and many more to come..dv Very Happy

DV 👍

Indeed. However, I remember my mother's comment when my grandmother (her mother-in-law), with whom she had an interesting relationship, turned 80: "Only the good die young". On that basis I reckon I'll make 210 by myself.

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Sun Jan 09, 2022 7:08 pm
“If I had known I was going to live this long, I would have taken better care of myself.”
― Mae West

“Combine nursing homes with nursery schools. Bring very old and very young together: they interest one another.”
― John Cage, M: Writings '67-'72

“Old age is a reversion of childhood with a long journey of memories.”
― Ehsan Sehgal

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Mon Jan 17, 2022 11:45 pm
Hi Denby, I started stacking not too long ago. For myself but also for my grandchildren. I hope to interest them and teach them what real money is, and to be your own bank.
You and I apparently have a lot in common when it comes to preferences. Nice to hear. I hope and think that 2022 will be a good year for stacking.
Best wishes from Amsterdam.
jos

denby wrote:I like your selection Jos you cant really go wrong holding any of them.

I have been collecting bullion since 2013, it has been a very interesting journey for me and now it has become a hobby. I am a 71 year old Scotsman so I want to stay occupied in enjoying my activities.

Since the first silver Krugerrand came out in 2017 they have become my number 1 investment coin.

I love the Chinese Panda selection next. Great quality coins which increase in value well over the years.

Then it is the Perth mint in Australia with the Kookaburra collection, they also change every year like the Panda and they too have appreciated well over time.

Dragons excite me too and I have collected them from 6 or 7 different world mints.

Collections like the Royal Mints 2oz Queen Beasts have also been a very lucrative investment.

And lastly, I like all of the different Lunar coins I have been able to source over the years as they make great gifts for family and friends alike.

Today I think that financially 2022 is going to be the best year since 2011 for all silver coin collectors on this forum.


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Mon Jan 17, 2022 11:47 pm
I hope so

ShortJohnSilver wrote:
mervs68 wrote:Two good posts. I reckon between the three of us we have 210 years life experience...and many more to come..dv Very Happy

DV 👍

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Wed Jan 19, 2022 2:18 pm
I don’t invest unfortunately all my silver coins usually get melted I try to only buy generic rounds I do own a tube Of ASE’s my newest procurement is this 2019 philharmonic I’m pretty happy with it 👍🏽
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Wed Jan 19, 2022 3:33 pm
Ant,

These coins look very tarnished for 2019 silver coins from Austria, do you own a whole tube of these?
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Wed Jan 19, 2022 3:55 pm
Lol the lighting for the photo was pretty bad. It is not tarnished by any means This is my 1st philharmonic I wish I had a full tube of these My favorite part is the. Smooth edge .
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Wed Jan 19, 2022 8:02 pm
I just ordered 10 Phyllis. Year 2022. About 21,92 pounds now.  My top-7 Silver Investment Coins 1f600
My favorite dealer: 101-munten  

ANT ORTA wrote:Lol the lighting for the photo was pretty bad. It is not tarnished by any means  This is my 1st  philharmonic  I wish I had a full tube of these My favorite part is the. Smooth edge .

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Wed Jan 19, 2022 8:11 pm
@denby yeah I do see some Tarnish  well it looks like this philharmonic is into the Melting dish lol good eye bro

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Wed Jan 19, 2022 8:51 pm
JOS WRSM wrote:I just ordered 10 Phyllis. Year 2022. About 21,92 pounds now.  My top-7 Silver Investment Coins 1f600
My favorite dealer: 101-munten  

ANT ORTA wrote:Lol the lighting for the photo was pretty bad. It is not tarnished by any means  This is my 1st  philharmonic  I wish I had a full tube of these My favorite part is the. Smooth edge .
Hi @JOS WRSM , do you want to do a listing of 101munten for the Directory? I've just had a look on their website, and they have an English language option and ship outside the EU, so members could be interested.

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Wed Jan 19, 2022 8:57 pm
Hi Jos,

Do you have to pay 20% VAT on silver coins in Holland like we do in the UK / Scotland?

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Wed Jan 19, 2022 9:42 pm
No, you only pay 21% VAT on the premium and not on the silver coin in the Netherlands.

denby wrote:Hi Jos,

Do you have to pay 20% VAT on silver coins in Holland like we do in the UK / Scotland?

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Thu Jan 20, 2022 7:47 pm
I would love to get my hands on plenty of buffalo/ Indian rounds, 
Or any Generic silver. As i shown in my video on Wed. Not only are they a GREAT base for anyone's stack, but they can be used for my business. Like  @ANT ORTA  I melt down A LOT of silver. 
So low cost silver is crucial to survive. 

Am I right Ant?

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Thu Jan 20, 2022 7:53 pm
DANG IT.  @JOS WRSM I just went to order 2 Platinum Britannia 1/10 oz

But there is no option to ship to the UK. 

Argh.
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Thu Jan 20, 2022 8:01 pm
Admin wrote:DANG IT.  @JOS WRSM I just went to order 2 Platinum Britannia 1/10 oz

But there is no option to ship to the UK. 

Argh.

On the shipping information page it gives costs for the Netherlands, Belgium, France and Germany, but tells customers to contact them if they want to have their order shipped to another country. That might be worth doing and seeing what the costs are.

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Thu Jan 20, 2022 8:03 pm
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Admin wrote:DANG IT.  @JOS WRSM I just went to order 2 Platinum Britannia 1/10 oz

But there is no option to ship to the UK. 

Argh.

On the shipping information page it gives costs for the Netherlands, Belgium, France and Germany, but tells customers to contact them if they want to have their order shipped to another country. That might be worth doing and seeing what the costs are.


Perhaps, 

This is why we have members in every country. LOL ONLY KIDDING. we are not like that. 

I will reach out and see if there is a limit or not, some stopped shipping outside the EU.

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Thu Jan 20, 2022 8:35 pm
You can easily contact them via Whats App.
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Admin wrote:DANG IT.  @JOS WRSM I just went to order 2 Platinum Britannia 1/10 oz

But there is no option to ship to the UK. 

Argh.


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JOS WRSM wrote:Did you created an account with address details?


Admin wrote:DANG IT.  @JOS WRSM I just went to order 2 Platinum Britannia 1/10 oz

But there is no option to ship to the UK. 

Argh.
not yet. I just clicked on the quote for postage after adding those to my basket
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Thu Jan 20, 2022 9:54 pm
Admin wrote:I would love to get my hands on plenty of buffalo/ Indian rounds, 
Or any Generic silver. As i shown in my video on Wed. Not only are they a GREAT base for anyone's stack, but they can be used for my business. Like  @ANT ORTA  I melt down A LOT of silver. 
So low cost silver is crucial to survive. 

Am I right Ant?

Indeed brother generic silver is So nice and Affordable to melt seeing a tube Of buffalo rounds is a sight if anyone is interested in stacking cheap silver I kno a few stackers who are always ready to buy they also tag team stack a few ppl pitch in money and. Buy a few tubes of Silver and even distribute to all the. Buyers 👍🏽

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Fri Jan 21, 2022 11:07 am
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Admin wrote:I would love to get my hands on plenty of buffalo/ Indian rounds, 
Or any Generic silver. As i shown in my video on Wed. Not only are they a GREAT base for anyone's stack, but they can be used for my business. Like  @ANT ORTA  I melt down A LOT of silver. 
So low cost silver is crucial to survive. 

Am I right Ant?

Indeed brother  generic silver is So nice and Affordable to melt seeing a tube Of  buffalo rounds is a sight  if anyone is interested in stacking cheap silver  I kno a few stackers who are always ready to  buy they also tag team stack  a few ppl pitch in money and. Buy a few tubes of Silver and even distribute to all the. Buyers 👍🏽
Keep me posted bud. 

I go though kilos of silver ( like you in my furnace. )  lol!

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