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Do you collect bullion to safeguard against uncertainty in currency?

Editor David C. Harper wants to know:

Do you collect bullion to safeguard against uncertainty in currency?

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5 Responses to Do you collect bullion to safeguard against uncertainty in currency?

  1. ljd08190819@hotmail.com says:

    No!!! I have not delayed any coin purchases because of the Presidential election. The choices I have when it comes to coin purchases are many . There is a wide variety of numismatic materials that interest me and I can be happy with what I buy. I just wish that the two main party candidates where people who I could be proud of (I am being very kind). Leo Darmstadter…Vineland,N.J.

  2. Hiawatha says:

    No! I can wait until these two coins have their centennial celebration!

  3. salcen says:

    probably, however there is something the mint could do to spike interest and sales,like a change of design for both sides or just the reverse and adding different mint marks.

  4. bighamr says:

    To Me , there’s been a slight loss of appeal. It’s still great that they are a trusted bullion product and plentiful and affordable. But there are many other interesting designs and mints to choose from. Those choices are sometimes more collecting than bullion investing. The Kook’s have been a much more pleasing purchases, but at higher premiums. In defense of the ASE, the special sets and proofs are incredible works of art. The bullion seems “regular” and needs privy marks and some sort of change or low mintages to bring back the “appeal”. Lenny Ladenthin, Sawyer co. WI

  5. 7502jamesm says:

    No,I think they should get rid of the cent.

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