Details about 2014 ROYAL MINT BRITANNIA £2 TWO POUND SILVER 1oz INVESTMENT COIN NEW2014 ROYAL MINT BRITANNIA £2 TWO POUND SILVER 1oz INVESTMENT COIN NEW See original listing
“New, Brilliant Uncirculated, in plastic capsule.”
08 Jun, 2014 20:42:00 BST
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Watford, United Kingdom
|Seller notes:||“New, Brilliant Uncirculated, in plastic capsule.”|
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This is a new pure silver bullion coin shipped in a capsule. No reserve!
Investment gold & silver bullion protects your wealth against ever inflating paper currency. Get them while silver is ridiculously cheap -- many say that current physical gold and silver prices are below mining costs!
Created for Roman coins almost 2,000 years ago and appearing on the coins of every British monarch since 1672, Britannia is synonymous with our coins, an enduring symbol, the changing face of Britain.
Give this precious gift to mark a special moment in time. Containing one ounce of fine silver, this work of art unites two iconic British emblems and makes a timeless memento to cherish for a lifetime.
Since its introduction in 1997, the silver Britannia £2 has become a great favourite. The largest, purest legal tender coin of the UK, it is now produced in .999 fine silver.
The 2014 UK Britannia £2 Silver Bullion Coin
Capital Gains Tax
According to HMRC manual here: http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/manuals/cgmanual/cg12602.htm, currently Silver Britannias being legal UK currency, are exempt from CGT.
Your Silver Britannia Coin will be dispatched, fully insured in a sealed, fully secure, nondescript package. There are no identifiable markings to suggest the contents.
Handling Your Coins
Just touching your coins with your bare fingers is enough to cause damage to them, especially if you collect higher grade coins. And you will definitely damage them if your fingers come in contact with Silver Bullion and Proof Coins. Your fingers contain oils and miniscule pieces of grit that will adhere to the coins and cause them to discolor or suffer microscopic scratching. When you handle your coins, wear cotton or latex gloves, and handle only the edges.