Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by myownprivy, Nov 30, 2018.
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More straight lines. Too easy.
Look at some older proof gold eagles that sell at melt. Any premium the buyer paid for the proof strike would have been better spent on more gold. Now, can you wager a certain proof coin will appreciate in value as a collectible? Sure, but that is a collectible coin play, not a bullion one.
Having said that, is there also a higher likelihood of a proof receiving a higher grade than a nonproof, not just because it looks nicer but also because the proof will have been more carefully selected in the first place. So, that higher quality could also bring a premium.
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