Discussion in 'Silver Coins' started by Karoi, Aug 27, 2020.
A local dealer has already bought some for pre orders and has them at $60
That's interesting, as I didn't think they were a Perth Mint distributor. Maybe they've recently become one.
That lighthouse though...?
The more i look at it the more i find it funny
So I'm not alone..........once you see it, it can't be unseen
Btw bullion now's stock levels are plummeting. I checked an hour ago and they had around 3650, now down to 1423.
and now there is 9 left..
It says they only have 9 left,. Perhaps the prices will go up and then we see more
This coin looks so bad, that it actually becomes good.
I just had to get some, it is ugly cute. Shame I only got the max 10 from Perth Mint before I saw them on BN, a sealed roll would have been good.
BN's Youtube vid noted not all their stock was for online sales.........still hope I suspect if you call them.
Back up @ $110!
haha surely they have made a mistake, $110 is a joke
I think its a error. Since it had 100 in stock then 2 mins later all gone.
it's possible as they were selling at that rate at 47. Maybe fomo is kicking in...
back to 9 in stock at 47.70... must have been an error.
Theyve been since they opened bud. Must have twisted some arms to get exclusive rights to the Quokka since Ainslie got the 1/10 Kooks.
They reason I mentioned that is when I spoke to the Perth Mint a couple of months back I was told by them that there was a bullion dealer putting video reviews on youtube re: their bullion business, who weren't actually an official distributor but were buying via the retail channel. I assumed it was Bullion Now as I don't know of any other Australian bullion dealers doing reviews on youtube that he could have been referring to. They don't come up on the PM list of distributors, so perhaps they've only recently become an official dealer?
That's interesting! Surely if they were buying retail they'd be getting slammed on the premiums. Especially with the amount they're getting in, doubt they'd be able to maintain that.
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