570 oz of 10 oz Silver Coins – The Royal Mint continues to impress!

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26 thoughts on “570 oz of 10 oz Silver Coins – The Royal Mint continues to impress!”

  1. I must admit as far as the royal mint Gov’t issue bullion the British certainly have outdone us here in America. Really beautiful coins, compared to our here in the states. Even the Canadian rounds are quite stunning to gaze upon. However our silver constitutional 90% silver dimes/quarters etc. Were exceptional….

  2. I’m looking for pre 999.9 silver Britannia Coins as there just going up like Crazy a 1998 Britannia 1oz normal is £27 yet now as its pre 2009 and the change to 999.silver it’s value for a Britannia 1oz 1998 is £110 I was amazed and then even seeing silver drop over the last few weeks it’s still at £96 I could sell it and buy a 100g bar 999.9..?.
    but hey I’m Very much into now looking out for older pre 999.9 silver Britannia coins so thank me later folks

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