Collecting bullion sets

Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by beaver96, Oct 15, 2020 at 7:31 PM.

  1. beaver96

    beaver96 Active Member

    Does anyone collect bullion sets? I do ASE, Pandas, Elephant, Maple Leafs and Britannias as year sets. I just finished The Queen's Beast set. I also have the complete Route 66 and Amy Brown series. I find it makes stacking more interesting, or maybe I'm just compulsive that way.
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  3. tibor

    tibor Well-Known Member

    How close to "Spot" are you on these pieces? To me that would affect
    the way I view "stacking".
  4. beaver96

    beaver96 Active Member

    Most of the national sets are spot plus a premium with the Pandas having the highest. ASE usually sell for $4-$6 over spot and my dealer will pay $2-$4 over spot on buy back if I go to sell. Even generic bullion runs about $2-$2.50 over spot now.
  5. Garlicus

    Garlicus Debt is dumb, cash is king.

    I’m up to 2019 on the ASEs, sort of. I have/had 2 complete sets from which I give an older coin to my 2 nephews for Christmas, one from each nephew’s designated set, and I give a current year for their birthday. For myself, I have most years, but again, not the 2020.
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  6. JeffC

    JeffC Collecting for the fun of it. Supporter

    I have a bunch of Pandas (including a fake 2013) and only 9 out of the 10 Queen's Beasts. I'm still saving for the Greyhound, cause it's like double the price of the others (due to the price of silver)! LOL. I only paid less than or just over $40 for each of all the previous ones. Had fun putting them in Lighthouse Slabs and labelling each one. They're all in a second-hand Mercury Dime case.

  7. Inspector43

    Inspector43 72 Year Collector

    I am up-to-date on ASE's. Plus I have a lot of surplus. I think this will be my last year of getting silver from the US Mint. Plus I have all this ASE stuff.
  8. dwhiz

    dwhiz Collector Supporter

    I did a set uncirculated and proof ASE 1986-2020 with all but the 1995-W.
    I gave the to my daughter after I had my bypass, she'll get the 2020-S proof next week.
  9. beaver96

    beaver96 Active Member

    I really like how that set looks. you present it well.
  10. beaver96

    beaver96 Active Member

    Very Impressive. I get most of mine on the secondary market.
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  11. beaver96

    beaver96 Active Member

    One of my favorite series at the moment.
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  12. capthank

    capthank Well-Known Member

    That is a beutiful presentation for your coins. Impressive. Thanks for sharing.
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  13. Tusky Ranger

    Tusky Ranger Member

    That's some nice stuff :)
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  14. JeffC

    JeffC Collecting for the fun of it. Supporter

    Thank you! That Mercury Dime case has 10 slots (instead of the usual 12) which is perfect.
  15. J.T. Parker

    J.T. Parker Well-Known Member

    The only bullion silver I have is a complete set of Silver Eagles in the Dansco book.
    I started the set as a 'lark' when silver eagles were selling for 8- $10 each.
    The Weinman design is rather nice enlarged but I probably would not have collected the SE's if one of the later 'clunky' designs had been used...
    Yeah, I sez CLUNKY & Butt-Ugly!
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  16. Jim Dale

    Jim Dale Well-Known Member

    I like your presentation case. Right now, all my coins are in coin boxes I bought on the internet/AMOS. I didn't start collecting ASE's until I got my father's collection. He had 3 Raw 1988 ASE's that he put in slabs. I started with the 2008 ASE's. I don't have the 2009 Proof for obvious reason. I started with the 2009 Silver 6-Piece Quarter Set and the 2009S Silver 18-Piece Set, both kept up to 2020. I really like the Presidential Silver Medals which started with President Washington to Andrew Jackson. I know these are going to empty my pockets, but what else am I going to do with my wife's inheritance?
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