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    I like 300WBY choices, but, have a look at the old sovereigns. Stick to the Queen Victoria 'younghead' gold coins but graded by either of the two well known grading companies. Something with history along the same line as 300WBY picks.
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    I bought myself for Christmas last year "The Confident Carson City Coin Collector Three-Volume Book-Set Rusty Goe" from...

    https://www.southgatecoins.com/books...coin-collector

    ~$300. A three volume HARDBACK set of books. But that doesn't answer your question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjmcwill View Post
    Trying my best to figure out where to put extra income. Everything seems like a house of cards at the moment.

    Any suggestions as far as numismatics? What would be a better choice?
    I like the idea of Bitcoin. Other coins will work, but Bitcoin is the gold standard.

    I don't recomend it for everything, but it can be anonymous if you use prudence.
    It can be lost so no one can ever find it. The perfect "boating accident". All you have to do is "forget" where it is.
    You can find irretreivably lost funds if you are fortunate enough to find the location written or your memory is jogged.
    It is a deflating currency rather than an inflating currency. By design, it is worth more as time passes, whereas fiat $$$'s evaporate by design.
    It is decentrlized, which means there is no single place to attack to destroy the value. The "bank" cannot be robbed because the asset is in no one place.
    For me, I find it easy to trust a mathematical equation instead of the whims and desires of the weak human heart and evil aims.
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    "The Confident Carson City Coin Collector Three-Volume Book-Set Rusty Goe"
    I have two CC Morgans in my collection. One has full die clashes on both sides, which I thought was strange as CC's are known for their strike quality. I had the coin graded and got PCGS MS64. The other is a GSA box like from the original post. I was able to cherry pick that one from an original collection. Box is flawless, plastic flawless and the coin is at least a ms63 if I remember. The best part of that coin is the perfect obverse rainbow crescent tone from the original bag. Really a beauty and not too often seen.

    Jjmcwill if you are willing to shell out the extra dough, try to find a DMPL GSA. Those are some well made coins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t00nces2 View Post
    I like the idea of Bitcoin. Other coins will work, but Bitcoin is the gold standard.

    I don't recomend it for everything, but it can be anonymous if you use prudence.
    It can be lost so no one can ever find it. The perfect "boating accident". All you have to do is "forget" where it is.
    You can find irretreivably lost funds if you are fortunate enough to find the location written or your memory is jogged.
    It is a deflating currency rather than an inflating currency. By design, it is worth more as time passes, whereas fiat $$$'s evaporate by design.
    It is decentrlized, which means there is no single place to attack to destroy the value. The "bank" cannot be robbed because the asset is in no one place.
    For me, I find it easy to trust a mathematical equation instead of the whims and desires of the weak human heart and evil aims.
    Hmm, it is really inflating this year. Or not.

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