2021 Wedge-tailed eagle

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  1. TasAg

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    jultorsk Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Wows, that's.... different.
    2021-Australian-Wedge-tailed-Eagle-1oz-Silver-Bullion-Coin-Obverse-L.jpg
     
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    SteelHand Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Some slight similarities, seems to be the in thing :)

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    I grabbed a roll of 20.
    Sold out very fast.
    I could buy 100 at checkout from Ainslie tonight tho at a premium.
    So still around.
     
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    Would be very desirable in high relief gold.... even more so if 2oz...
     
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    Can someone fill me in, as i missed the alert email from the Perth Mint. "Mintage 50,000"
    Did this sell out on day 1 at Perth mint Probably had 10% of the 50,000 to sell.

    I got 2019 and 2020 Wedge tail Eagle and I didn't go to the mint on Day 1

    Basically does this Reflects a higher demand for silver coinage.
     
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    They are a very good company to deal with
     
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    I think it looks great. Most of the wedge-tails look good, I particularly like the 2019 [​IMG]
     
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    Seems very popular in the States. There's a 2021 Wedgetail Eagle reverse-proof high-relief coming...
     
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    Yes I love everything about that design, A majestic eagle flying in front of Japan's Rising Sun. Going for 60 AUD on Ebay.

    I'm surprised i could buy so many in person.
     
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    I can't tell due to text if you're being sarcastic, I will assume you are.
    I bought it the year it came out and the premium was obviously higher as are most birds on coins in Australia.
    On another note and nothing to do with the above topic.
    I found an old nat geo with a 30+ page article about silver from 1981. I might scan it in and upload it. I don't know if there will be any interest in it but I was surprised to find it at work.
     
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    Silverling Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I'd love to have a look at that. Just remember to keep the file size under 1 mega byte per photo otherwise it won't upload. :)
     
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    Sheet, I got through to page 12 and I just checked the file size, most are over this size, the title page is lower due to dot size and then I changed the dot size and now all the files are over 3mb! I wonder how I can downsize the file without ruining it?
     
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    Oh that's easy just use paint or whatever image program on your computer, quality will be reduced.
     
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    Silverling Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Or you can send them to Imgur and put it in an album there and just post the link here. Probably better to start a new thread on that though.:)
     
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    Yeh I could do that. I have the original size and now a smaller size file, is there no limit on size for imgur?
     
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    Silverling Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I don't think so, never really pushed it's limits though.
     

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