Discussion in 'Gold Coins' started by Wellsy, Jan 25, 2021.
You probably should put some powder on them or something
I was surfing Apmex and saw they have a Mexican 20 Peso for consiberaly less premium than the 50 Peso and the 20 is .4823 oz, so a nice size and seems cheap for fractional at barely a $75 premium.
I dont think i can justify that 50 Peso at a $300 premium after seeing that! Seems backwards.
Premiums on 50 pesos in USA seem too strong across the board. Could buy them from Europe for US$2315 today...
Then again, I wouldn't sell my 20 pesos for less than 10% premium
Yep i went with the 20 instead. Ill wait and get a 50 Peso when i can trade a pocketful of silver for it later on.
$964.13 from Apmex and at .4823 of an oz, spot was $1855 so about $895 in gold.
Seems like a great deal for some old Mexican gold!
Its not the $25 premiums from back in the day but could be worse.
The 2022 Gold Eagles have a decent price too but they are kind of lame compared to the vintage stuff. At least for me.
2022 AGE looks more like a budgie. Compare that with 2022 silver PM WTE (also available in gold), that coin captures the majesty of an eagle.
double sov for full bling and to keep up with funeral inflation costs.
Sold for $780.000 + 22%. And I'd say it went cheap. The auctioneer flocked off those rare proofs like they were yesterday's herrings...
Yes, it was a spectacle to behold.
A lot of the proof gold pieces in the Verene collection went for double and even triple the estimates.
And even some of the humble silver crowns made up to $100,000!
The decline in the spot prices does not seem to affect the top end of town.
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