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The other day it was a one-frame cartoon of him secretly burying bullion in his garden.

EDIT: Here it is:

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Yes, wise to store physical, but should probably have gone for sovereign or Britannia coins to avoid CGT. ;)

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Yes, wise to store physical, but should probably have gone for sovereign or Britannia coins to avoid CGT. ;)

Yes, and his paranoia would be more apt when the moon is closer to being full rather new. :P

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Yes, wise to store physical, but should probably have gone for sovereign or Britannia coins to avoid CGT. ;)

Funny enough, I noticed this new message at the top of Baird's website today.

EXCELLENT PRICING ON CGT EXEMPT BRITANNIAS AND SOVEREIGNS- CALL TO SWAP YOUR TAXABLE COINS AND BARS. For retail over the counter Bars and Sovereigns in the City please call our agent City Forex on 0207 621 0090

http://www.goldline.co.uk/

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EXCELLENT PRICING ON CGT EXEMPT BRITANNIAS AND SOVEREIGNS- CALL TO SWAP YOUR TAXABLE COINS AND BARS. For retail over the counter Bars and Sovereigns in the City please call our agent City Forex on 0207 621 0090

Swap, what swap without reporting the transaction to HMRC? I think not.

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