Tue. Jan 18th, 2022
THE-NEW-NEVER-BEFORE-ISSUED-SPANISH-GOLD-BULLION-LYNX-COIN.-UNBOXING-REVIEW-SUCCESSFAILURE
The-New-Never-Before-Issued-Spanish-Gold-Bullion-Lynx-Coin.-Unboxing-Review-Successfailure

My 1st Unboxing from the Spanish Royal Mint. I’m unboxing and discussing the release of Spain’s first bullion coin. The gold Lynx. I will go over what I think and compare it to other gold bullion coins that are already in the market. I will give some history about the coin. This is a collector’s piece with a limited mintage and only available in reverse proof one ounce.
IBERIAN LYNX – 1 OZ – LINCE IBÉRICO
FIRST BULLION GOLD COIN FROM SPAIN – 2021 – (España 2021)
The coin weighs 31.21 grams
measures 37 millimeters in diameter
The inaugural issue has a mintage limit of 12,000 coins
EMK.com
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American Gold Buffalo
American Gold Eagle
$20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle
Gold Kangaroo
Gold Maple Leaf
Gold Philharmonic
Gold Libertad
Gold Panda
Gold Britannia

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28 thoughts on “THE NEW, NEVER BEFORE ISSUED SPANISH GOLD BULLION LYNX COIN. UNBOXING & REVIEW- SUCCESS/FAILURE?”
  1. Cash and Coins, I also visited Marrakesh, the best city to visit in Morocco. I visited the Jamaa al Fenaa or local city Square where I watched snake charmers, ate kebabs and bought a beautiful Moroccan carpet.

  2. Yeah Cash and Coins I got almost married to two Moroccan ladies at the same time. They were looking for a husband and saw me dancing at a Moroccan bar. They proposed to me but I had to turn them down because I was leaving Morocco.

  3. Oh I almost forgot Cash and Coins, I visited the Shrine of the Virgin Mary in Fatima, Portugal. The Virgin Mary has appeared to several people here and I think I saw a very beautiful lady there.

  4. Great acquisition my friend. It’s a lovely coin indeed! Thanks for sharing. I like the design.

  5. Well covered CC. The lynx looks nice. But the columns side… Now that’s 🔥🔥🔥🔥

  6. Awesome stunning coin, I seen this gold coin on Aloha stackers channel.So cool you got one to. Have an awesome & safe Christmas my friend 😎👌👍👏🎅🎄

    1. That’s what everyone seems to think. But we know gold is gold. The krugerrand do not have a value. Neither does the Libertad. So, you know… thank you and have a wonderful day!

  7. The explanation for the 1.5 denomination is that under Spanish law, the Royal Spanish Mint has to deposit with the Bank of Spain the face value of all coins it issues. If the coins have a value of 100 euros, it has to deposit 100 euros, if they only have a value of 1.5 it is a lot of savings for a coin that has been made as a proof. The coin is having a lot of success so in 2022 there will be another issue and it is rumored that the Royal Mint will make changes like the denomination, which will make this first issue even rarer. Another curiosity about the motto “Plus Ultra” (further beyond), originally it was “Non Plus ultra” which meant that there was nothing beyond the pillars of Hercules. When the Spaniards discovered America, they removed the “Non” from the motto because they had demonstrated that there was a new world beyond the pillars.

  8. Very nice! It does make me wonder why Governments put in such low fvs on gold and silver coins. Great vid and info! Yes, an even match, I agree. Happy Holidays, good sir!

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