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Mandela rare R5 set sold for record price by worlds largest rare coin dealer S A COIN's latest press release:
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NELSON MANDELA WILL FOREVER LIVE IN SOUTH
THE SALE OF THE RARE MANDELA SET THROUGH HERITAGE CLEARLY ESTABLISHES THE MANDELA R5 RARE COINS AS THE ONLY RARE MANDELA COINS IN THE WORLD.
Heritage as the world's largest rare coin dealer has some of the world's best numismatists (coin experts) working for them. They had a Krause (coin catalogue) value on the set of $4.5 which they chose to ignore. They placed an estimate on the set of $7,000 - $9,000. The reason that the set sold for only $4,113 was due to the fact that our domestic market in South Africa is in recession. It will take S A COIN years to build a significant market in the United States. But this will lead to enormous profits for South African investors and collectors in that time period. The sale through Heritage has provided S A COIN with a foundation to break into the US rare coin market. For investors and collectors of the Mandela rare R5 coins therein lies the greatest rare coin opportunity in South Africa ever. You are able to buy Mandela rare R5 coins at reasonable rand prices that are going to convert to dollar prices.
We call the process of relatively new rare coins being recognized overseas and achieving high dollar values, dollarization. What this means is that if you have bought a South African Mandela rare R5 coin for R125,000 we expect that to convert to $125,000 in the future. This will be happening whilst we have a continuously declining rand to the dollar. This could in our lifetime go as far as 100 rand to one dollar. We as one of the world's largest resource suppliers are the infrastructural builders of the countries emerging markets. The markets that we supply such as China like a weak currency and this will always place pressure on our rand currency. All South Africans have to have investments that are valued in a major currency like the US dollar. If you remain largely invested in rand denominated investments you are committing financial suicide.
We at S A COIN are going to be marketing a complete six coin set of all of the Mandela R5 rare coins ever produced globally. We will be housing the six coins in a beautiful wooden box with a certificate and also a short book about the life of Nelson Mandela. We at S A COIN have a 30 year global initiative that we are going to implement, where we intend making the Mandela R5 rare coins sets the best know international rare coins in the world.
In the world there are only six Mandela rare coins and they are all R5 coins. All of the other Mandela coins that have been produced by anyone including the South African mint are rubbish. They are only worth their metal price and this will always be the case. If you do not believe what we are saying you are most welcome to contact the world's largest rare coin dealer Heritage or the world's largest coin graders NGC, PCGS and ANACS and ask them. They will all confirm that the only rare Mandela rare coins in the world are the Mandela R5 rare coins.
In order to be a rare Mandela coin the coin has to be a currency coin that can be used to buy things in the form of money. They also have to be minted by the South African mint. They cannot be from an overseas mint e.g. The Norwegian Mint. They also cannot be produced privately in South Africa or minted by the South African mint with Mandela's image and be considered rare unless they are currency coins i.e. spendable money. The only coins in the world that fall under the international definition of Mandela rare coins are the Mandela R5 rare coins. The rest are numismatic garbage. Anyone who refers to any Mandela coins as rare where they are not speaking about the Mandela R5 rare coins is committing fraud. If you were sold any coins that were not Mandela rare R5 coins as Mandela rare coins that was a criminal act and you can ask for your money back. It was a clear case of misrepresentation and fraud. You are not allowed to refer to coins that are not rare as rare.
It is a common practice throughout the world for mints and also private companies to manufacture coins in precious metals. They do this because they are very easy sell to new coin buyers who do not realise that they are only worth their metal content. Many of these coins are also legal tender which makes it even easier to fool new coin buyers. Educated coin buyers only buy bullion coins that are worth just their metal content like the Krugerrand or rare coins that are or were once the official money coins of a county that you could actually buy things with like the 1931 tickey.
THE RARE R5 90TH BIRTHDAY 2008 PROOF AND MINT STATE COINS ARE THE FASTEST APPRECIATING RARE COINS IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD! THEY WILL CONTINUE TO BE SO FOR DECADES TO COME.
In January of 2012 the proof 70's were selling at R125 000. By the end of March 2012 they had leapt in price to R240 000 a massive increase in value of 92%. When they sold at R275 000 in July of the same year this was a further rise of 14.6%. Had you been prudent enough to invest in several of the proof 70's in January 2012 at R125 000 you would have had a return on your capital of 120%. That would have been more than double your capital in a mere 4 months. We are projecting that the proof 70's will be selling at R240 000 rand at the end of 2016. There are only 160 of these coins. Should that appreciation occur this will be an appreciation of 92% on their current price of R125 000. The next coins that we expect to dramatically rise in value are the proof 69's. They are the second finest known coins and there are only 2 646 of these coins. They are currently selling at R25 000 and we have projected that they will be selling at R40 000 by the end of the year. Should that projection be correct this will translate to a 60% increase in your capital.
We strongly urge you to buy as many of the proof 70's and proof 69's that you can this year to add them to your investment portfolio. You may not ever get another chance to buy such rare and sought after coins at these low prices again. These coins by the mintage of only 7 000 coins are the rarest of all of the Mandela R5 coins.