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Blue Ringed Octo silver coin

DWhatley

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I have looked at those on eBay several times but they are too pricey for me. I wonder if Haggs can get them for an actual dollar.
 

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I doubt it. Even the mint itself charges for the value of the silver rather than the face value. Kind of silly the way that works...
 

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Don't coins of this sort usually appreciate in value? I have been following some Australian kangeroo-theamed coins, and as each year passes they become more valuable. So they are more investments than anything else.

Nancy
 

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