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27 thoughts on “Are kilo silver “coins” any good? IFF #126”
I know exactly what you mean as far as picking up a heavy piece of silver or gold. I pour a lot of 100 ounce silver bars and when you hold one in your hand it feels so much heavier than it looks. It’s awesome realizing just how dense stardust is.
Very cool! Next time Gibraltar please! 😉
You bring up how the design is just lines and angles. Yes, that is true, but that’s true for all art. I personally draw caricatures, so I tend to accentuate certain features on a person’s face with accentuated lines.
Well, you have a great point there. Look at a jackson pollock – just a bunch of paint in lines on a canvas.
I’d go with the Kookaburra.I really like the 2014 version. I think both 2019 Kooks and Koalas are very good and I’m trying to save up enough to get both in a kilo. The 10 ounce 2019 Kook is exquisite.
Prefer 10 kg coins
You could use Kilo silver coins to pay your rent or pay your drug dealer.
mathmatically, one can prove that 1kg coin has less surface area that the equivalent of 1kg of 1oz coins, thus you lose less silver to tarnish due to less surface area.
What if you tried spending that at a store lol 😂…..
cashier would run off with coin..
Ice hockey puk for giants ! Love them all !
Kook Australia here !
I really want one. DO you recommend it? In this day and age?
if it is in your budget to hold for a long time and you can get one at a decent price, I say go for it!
Backyard Bullion thank you for always inspiring me.
I bought a 2020 1 kilo Koala. It’s a nice coin but I don’t think I’ll be buying a lot of them. I just like to hold it and look at it but know practically it’s better to buy 1 or 10 oz coins since it’ll probably be easier to sell.
Love the kilo coins, how they have lower tax compared to poured bars (Germany…), how they’re nice to look at and how you can flip them by selling an old one to a collector and get a new kilo coin and a whole bunch of 1 oz right away.
I kinda wish you could get “tubes” or rather cylindrical master boxes for the kilo coins.
I like these chunky coins 🙂
I just bought the Kilo Kookaburra from my brother, he paid $650 a while back, I paid him $1,000, good deal for him and me. If he gets some money again I will sell it back to him for $1300
Thumbs up from Australia 🇦🇺👍🏼👍🏼🇦🇺
I like the koala
There must be some collector value
On Kilo COINS…I don’t see much premium or the Beauty..How much over spot will someone pay out there ?? The Beauty is in the eye of beholder…I imagine not much over spot..I dont see it….
I have BOTH
bought after seeing them here,..you are evil..lol..
btw..I have both as 2021..slightly different look but older years go for 300 extra already like yours here..
To be they are a good balance, higher premium than bars but lower premium than 1oz coins. You get the beauty of a coin with a modest discount on spot.
I really like the 2 oz Lunar coins, I think those has a nice size (about 50 mm diameter, I think, and a nice thickness) – those just feels good in hand 🙂