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We would like to again thank you all for your patience and understanding during this difficult time for all of us. As a business, we would like to let you know that our staff have been working flat out and have now been shipping for just under two weeks under new safe working arrangements.

When it comes to purchasing physical gold and silver coins or bars, investors will not only want to ensure they buy from an established, reputable dealer; they will also want to ensure they find the very best price available. But how can you make sure you are getting the best, competitive price for your gold and silver? Here are Atkinsons' five top tips:

A question we are often asked is: Should I buy pre-owned or new coins? The answer is simple: If you are looking to get the most physical gold or silver for your money, buying pre-owned can often be the best option.

You may already be aware that we successfully started shipping out orders again, as of Tuesday 14th April this week. So, here’s a little good news for those of you who have placed an order with us and are awaiting your gold and silver – things are moving again, and your coins or bars will be on their way to you soon!

We have successfully began shipping orders and we are delighted to say your parcel will be on its way to you soon.

The staff at Atkinsons Bullion and Coins would like to thank all of our customers for your orders in recent weeks, and for your patience while we have been implementing a safe and secure environment for our team to work.

Demand for gold has spiked in the last few weeks as investors rushed to buy the precious metal for financial protection during the COVID19 crisis that has seen the world’s economy thrown into economic turmoil. However, we have seen major shortages of the yellow metal as prices have risen which leads us to ask: where is the gold?

The price of gold dropped at the beginning of this week, prompted by a report that the Bank of Russia would suspend buying gold in the domestic precious metals market. However, the price soon bounced back up leaving some investors asking: could this have been a ploy to manipulate the gold market?

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