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Firstly, we would like to take the opportunity to say a big thank you for your continued support over these past few months. This is just a short note to give you all the latest information regarding operations and the shipping of orders.

With the Christmas season growing ever closer, you may be thinking of selling your gold and silver to get some extra cash. This blog may help you decide whether you should sell your gold and silver coins and bars, and how to do it.

This is just a short note to give you the latest information regarding operations and deliveries.

Gold bullion coins have long been a popular choice for precious metals investors here in the UK and are believed to be an excellent way to provide a stable investment in times of economic uncertainty. But which gold coins are the best to own? The following guide lists five of the most popular gold bullion coins with UK investors.

Chinese panda coins are among some of the most beautiful bullion coins in the world, popular with both investors and collectors. But what do you know about these fascinating gold and silver coins? Read on to find out more.

Do you have gold sovereigns in your possession? If so, there’s a chance you might be looking to sell them on to make some extra money. Perhaps you’re an investor who wants to put their money elsewhere to grow your gold portfolio? Read on below to learn the questions people usually ask before they sell their collection of gold sovereigns.

Following the announcement by the government of the new national lockdown, we would like to let you know that Atkinsons Bullion & Coins will be remaining open for business as usual.

The process of minting gold & silver coins is centuries old. Modern technology may have made minting much quicker and less expensive, yet the basic methods that were used centuries ago are still used today, albeit on a more efficient scale. Read on for your step-by-step guide to the minting process of gold and silver bullion coins.

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