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  1. Any ideas on a rough grade? Obviously really difficult without the coin in hand. Pictures are not great! Its a complicated question but, Over a 100 year timescale from now, any ideas on how collector value would appreciate. I buy coins because I like them. But I'm trying to find out if having many low value coins opposed few high value coins is better. Is it a safer investment. For example coins like these crowns if you shop around its possible to buy under spot price. Surely as an investment the profit margins are higher buying under spot price precious metal coins un graded. These two purchased in Paris amongst many other coins were not expensive. Let's say you have 5000 pounds and wanted to make an investment or to buy coins for your own pleasure. After the 100 years would you be in a better situation If you had 166 coins roughly worth 30 pounds per coin, giving your Original 5k investment. Or would you be more comfortable 10 coins worth 500 pounds each!? It would be interesting to see a graph of collector value vs spot value. These crown are conveniently 28 grams so around 40 of them is a kilo of Silver.
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