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Looks like a deal to me

With the exchange rate between the pound ster­ling and the dol­lar rapidly mov­ing in the direc­tion of the dol­lar the Royal Mint’s move a few years ago to do all pric­ing in Pounds now favors US collectors.

I’ve already pushed the Dar­win anniver­sary coin but it terms of some­thing that has real chance to gain in value you can’t beat the newly offered Quar­ter Sovereign.

I haven’t seen this as a coin offered or minted before. It is a gold coin just about 116 of an ounce at 22 ct with the same clas­sic design front and back and the stan­dard full sov­er­eign or half sov­er­eign. If you’ve never seen one this is what it looks like:

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The glory of the British Empire is long past but if you want a chance to get some­thing to remem­ber it by the quar­ter sov­er­eign is a solid and inex­pen­sive choice. The mint is get­ting £47.95 each for them at the cur­rent exchange rate that works out to around $63 each for a gold coin in it’s first year of issue.

I grabbed 3 since that’s all I can afford, If I had a job I’d grab 10.

The web site for the Royal mint is here, or you can give them a ring at 8665197298.

With the exchange rate between the pound sterling and the dollar rapidly moving in the direction of the dollar the Royal Mint’s move a few years ago to do all pricing in Pounds now favors US collectors.

I’ve already pushed the Darwin anniversary coin but it terms of something that has real chance to gain in value you can’t beat the newly offered Quarter Sovereign.

I haven’t seen this as a coin offered or minted before. It is a gold coin just about 1/16 of an ounce at 22 ct with the same classic design front and back and the standard full sovereign or half sovereign. If you’ve never seen one this is what it looks like:

Same design used for all size sovereigns
Same design used for all size sovereigns

The glory of the British Empire is long past but if you want a chance to get something to remember it by the quarter sovereign is a solid and inexpensive choice. The mint is getting £47.95 each for them at the current exchange rate that works out to around $63 each for a gold coin in it’s first year of issue.

I grabbed 3 since that’s all I can afford, If I had a job I’d grab 10.

The web site for the Royal mint is here, or you can give them a ring at 866-519-7298.