RAM coins listed as best of the year

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  1. Tin Can

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    I agree with their choices except Bounty.

    2019 was very boring year for Australian coins.
     
  3. spannermonkey

    spannermonkey Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I'll go with
    "Pigs Ass"
    They might do a good design,
    BUT
    The return of them is the worst
     
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    hardyakkagold Well-Known Member

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    The last time I remember buying new release coins direct from the mint or the retail shops was in 1990 with the $5 1 ounce silver kookaburras.:)

    After that I wizened up a bit, and found that if I waited a while I could buy most of the new releases later on at well under issue prices,
    some even under spot prices.

    So being a bit of a cheapskate does have its benefits in the long run, as I have amassed a much larger stack than I would have if I had purchased
    must of my stuff through retail outlets when first released.;)
     
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