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Silver 2020 updates

Dec 2020 – Jan 2021 Coins UK will provide our 2021 price insights as well as working to help collectors source the best prices per ounce on silver bullion coins.

August-Sept 2020: Prices and silver demand took off as we anticipated they might! Looking back through previous posts we can see the buying signals being offered.

From 2021 onwards, we’ll be working towards a potential sale of the CoinsUK web site, I.P and trade stock, to enable us to focus on the SilverHubs coin trading Hubs where we’ll be helping collectors buy and sell their own silver and gold coins without incurring the usual selling costs.

April 2021; Getting close to retiring the collection! If you are interested in buying my online coin sales business – please get in touch. There’s a lot of scarcer silver and fine English coins in the collection (never listed) as well as silver bullion coins. Business sale can be negotiated with or without trade coin stock.

  • Online e-commerce web site for-sale
  • Low cost easy to manage – work from home coin sales business
  • Established quality brand and trading identity CoinsUK
  • Domain and business identity protection
  • Advice and site advice if required, take over existing low cost site, or easy upgrade to new site style
  • Automated business, online, handles sales and discounts.
  • Potential to bolt onto / expand existing business and collection
    Please get in touch by email initially to discuss further

March 2020: Lower prices are resulting in extreme high demand & low availability for all silver bullion coins.

Feb: current world financial turmoil the silver ratio is testing historical highs at 96:1 which makes silver at record low levels compared to gold prices.
Investor interest is gathering momentum 2020 was looking well set for narrowing the Gold-Silver ratio back towards a more respectable 80/1 which implies that silver still has significant appreciation to catch up with the gold price. The Silver mining ratio which is around 11/1, i.e 11 ounces of silver are currently mined to every one ounce of gold.

Buying silver bullion direct, dealing person to person enables you to buy your silver at fair trade prices. The reason is simple; big coin dealers come with big overheads & taxes! Keep it simple – dealing with a trusted fellow silver owner direct is the Number one way to lower your silver bullion coin stacking costs.

CoinsUK SilverHubs help you buy and sell all World Mint, legal tender 999 fine silver bullion coins. British pre 1920 GB coins are .925 Sterling silver which are also a popular choice with both collectors and silver investors.

SilverHubs trade silver – freely

New & Secondary sale silver coins | VAT free silver | UK Britannia & World Mints | Silver bullion & private coin sales | Free insured UK delivery
Midlands UK based – we support fair trade pricing to help private collectors buy and sell silver bullion coins at direct, low cost prices. Secure payments by Paypal, or an extra 2.9% discount with online banking. Secure and discreet packaging, orders are always sent using Guaranteed next day Special delivery, free & fully insured.

Founded from a private collection, specialising in silver.  CoinsUK SilverHubs aim is to help spread silver awareness and trusted fair trading price exchanges directly between fellow silver coin collectors.

“You are welcome to get in touch anytime by telephone or email to discuss silver coins, price offers and availability.

10 years – 1200+ customers100% positive trading feedback

Silver is money: a natural mineral symbol Ag. currently mined at a silver gold rail of 11/1 – It has been a perfectly simple, natural form of storing real monetary value for over 4000 years, keep your physical silver stacking simple and low cost! Britannia is Britains iconic female symbol of Britain stemming from 43AD when the Roman Empire began its conquest of the island, establishing a province named Britannia. UK Britannia remains a fitting symbol of wealth

Britannia came to be personified as a goddess, armed with a trident and shield wearing a Corinthian helmet and she first appeared on the Roman coins of Emperor Hadrian circa AD 119, was revived for the coinage of Charles II in 1672 and the current Britannia was added to The UK Britannia Royal Mint’s Bullion coin collections from 1987, a fitting investment in Britains wealth and silver monetary heritage. CoinsUK are pleased to uphold Britains silver Britannia coinage values, preserving wealth with fine precious metals.

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