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What do the coins go for on eBay compared to what the coin shop is offering? I wouldn't expect to be able to resell a non-graded, recent coin like this at the retail price the mint offers. The mint focuses on sales to collectors who get some enjoyment out of their coin collection, not investors looking to resell their collections at a profit. If the ...


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The best opportunity to sell small amounts of collectible coins is to go to coin shows. Now the gold and silver coins from the U.S. Mint catalog-website are not bullion but are mint-marked coins.


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I am sure that it is true that the cost of a 1oz gold coin (or whatever the size is) is different in different countries. However the difference is going to be tiny (apart from differences in duty) - less than the cost of transportation. If you are being invited to invest money in a scheme which involves buying coins from the US and selling them in ...


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Please review the royal mint's guidelines on legal tender. The only silver coins that are legal tender in the UK are commemorative or limited edition coins minted by the royal mint. If your coins are from the US, they are no different from any other good/product made from silver e.g. cutlery or jewelry and are taxed just the same. For a full understanding ...


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At one point in history, gold and silver had something to do with paper-based money. Actually, quite recently - less than 50 years ago. Now, they don't. If you want to "convert" silver into paper money, you need to find someone who wants to buy it from you. Same as any other kind of metal. There's no special super-secret way to exchange silver for paper ...


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