2012 Silver Britannia

Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by FryDaddyJr, Jan 14, 2012.

  1. athrose

    athrose Member

    The shipping is 10 pounds. I forgot to mention that you can get a lower price from them if you enroll in the site. There is no charge to enroll. Just to be clear, the prices are in pounds and given the excahnge rate, one of their dollars equals about 1.55 of ours.
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  3. Tater

    Tater Coin Collector

    Thanks for the info, have your ordered one yet?
  4. treehugger

    treehugger Well-Known Member

    I'm not trying to tell anybody what to do, but I have both BU and proof Britannias. To me, it is not worth paying three times the price of the BU to get a proof unless you absolutely LOVE the coin. The only difference between the 2 formats is the BU has a mirrored finish on the entire coin and the proof has frosted devices with a mirrored background.

    Again, I'm not trying to interfere, but thought I might help you save a little money to spend on other coins you may want.
  5. Clint

    Clint Member

    Nice catch, treehugger. If it were 20% more I'd do it. 300? no way.
  6. athrose

    athrose Member

    Yes, I have all of the sets that have been produced since 1997. Not every year had a four coin set.
  7. Treehugger has a good point. which years don't come in 4 coin sets?
  8. athrose

    athrose Member

    Years in which no four coin sets where produced are:
  9. Clint

    Clint Member

  10. mc7411

    mc7411 Junior Member

    I've got a few. Added one to an album of the Britannias.
  11. CoinTopia

    CoinTopia New Member

    I don't have any of these, just some 2009 Britannias.

    Would like to get my sweaty hands on one though.
  12. PeacePeople

    PeacePeople Wall St and stocks, where it's at

    Wear cotton gloves if you do...
  13. bekiz

    bekiz Member

    may be for some sweaty hands sounds sweet?! :eek:
  14. PeacePeople

    PeacePeople Wall St and stocks, where it's at

    That might be true, but the toning will be AT....
  15. SilverForLife

    SilverForLife Member

    These are neat coins. About time The Royal Mint comes up to the World standard of 99.9% Silver standard.;)
  16. coinsider007

    coinsider007 gold digger

    while mintage for previous years were limited to 100,000 pieces. 2013 might be unlimited. most other bullion type of coins were also increase its production.
  17. SilverForLife

    SilverForLife Member

    Good point! For collectors of limited bullion it might be a bad thing. For bullion accumulators like me its a better thing in both ways, more production (lower costs) and higher silver content .999:hail:
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