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what about websites like Weighton Coins??

I mean they have awesome prices but I am worried that there are 'hidden costs'...

anyone know what is the shipping to UK?

Thanks

Their prices do look cheap.

I just made an account and tried to buy one then two ounces. It adds on about £3 per coin postage, and adds on VAT, but incorrectly calculates the VAT as 5% rather than 20%.

I suppose this means you get a 15% discount. Grab it whilst you can.

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Their prices do look cheap.

I just made an account and tried to buy one then two ounces. It adds on about £3 per coin postage, and adds on VAT, but incorrectly calculates the VAT as 5% rather than 20%.

I suppose this means you get a 15% discount. Grab it whilst you can.

Thanks for checking that :) - I also created account to see how its like :)

shipping is quite low :)

it looks like the VAT is already included in price (I am right??)

because it says eg.

coin - 35 GBP

Postage - 3.76 GBP

VAT - 20%

Total - 38.76 GBP

but I might be wrong :P

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Thanks for checking that :) - I also created account to see how its like :)

shipping is quite low :)

it looks like the VAT is already included in price (I am right??)

because it says eg.

coin - 35 GBP

Postage - 3.76 GBP

VAT - 20%

Total - 38.76 GBP

but I might be wrong :P

I think you are wrong. I think VAT is not included, but their website is currently miscalculating it and generating all sorts of odd numbers, including zero looking at your example.

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Nope with weighton the price you see is the price you'll pay, Richard is pretty adamant about that. Those are gross prices you see there. He held some Sovs for me once even though the price had gone up significantly he honored the original buy price.

The discrepancies are that some coins are actual currency and therefore are not VATable.

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