Discussion in 'Commercial Trading (Public)' started by Bullion Now, Nov 13, 2019.
This I agree with too.
No for SS products, price is inhibitive.
I would prefer royal mint stuff personally. But I am biased towards offical mint coins.
Yes, 2 bucks over spot.
I actually have a 2012-2013 Silver-Shield Proof beautiful coin .
Maybe it’s the difference between stackers and collectors. Stackers want low premium silver rounds, coins & bars. Generally, they buy in bulk. Collectors are more interested in changing new designs Different mints. .Generally they buy smaller quantities and are prepared to pay a higher premium. Then you have the Numismatic crew - different expectations again.
I consider myself a collector. Having said that, S.S mini- mintage doesn’t interest me but some of their generic designs are pretty good and the premiums are less then maples and Eagles from GSM. For someone like me, it’s just expensive to ship small amounts of silver from the US. I don’t see any harm in selling some of their generic designs. I think you’d be surprised how quickly they sell. I bet you can get them to Australia faster and for a cheaper price than Eagles.
I'm in the maybe sector too - price dependant.
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kook 1/10ozs, but don’t tell @Boyscout !
Who gives a toss about Silver Shield Products anyway lads, go for the Gold Shield Products [as in the old shield sovereigns].
I managed to score a few more for the stack recently, as my ratio of Shields to St. Georges was heavily leveraged towards the latter.
Getting harder to source the shield sovereigns in any sort of condition for under $700 these days regardless of what the POG is doing.
So if you come across some even in VG/F grades at around these prices they are well worth buying.
I used to have a very respectable collection of shield sovereigns until I met this guy in the construction business who had a fetish for the shields,
I ended up selling a lot of my coins to him as he was always offering me more fiat for them than I could politely refuse.
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