[Ed.Note: For all our European friends, we hope this helps. Let us know in the comment section if there are other reasonable sources from which to acquire gold and silver. With the current price for precious metals manipulated so low, we advise all free human beings to remove as much physical metal as possible from the open market.]
by Richard Dyson, The Telegraph:
For years the Royal Mint has sold collectible coins commemmorating special events direct to the public.
But “bullion” coins made for investment purposes – such as Sovereigns, Britannias or Lunars (introduced last year) – have until now been available only through dealers.
Bullion coins are generally produced to a less perfect finish than special-edition coins made for collectors. This means their price tracks more precisely the value of the gold they contain. By comparison, collectable coins typically go on sale – initially at least – for substantially more than the value of the gold they contain.
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