NELSON MANDELA WILL FOREVER LIVE IN
SOUTH AFRICA. HIS ETHOS STUDIED BY
EVERY FUTURE GENERATION WORLDWIDE
TO BE REPLICATED, AND HIS VERY SPIRIT
SWEEPING THROUGH AND BEING FELT
BY ALL SOUTH AFRICANS, ACROSS OUR LANDS
TO THE EDGES OF OUR SEAS AND BACK.
WHERE THE CURRENT MARKET FOR THE MANDELA RARE R5 COINS IS GOING. THE WORST ECONOMIC CLIMATE FOR 30 YEARS IN SOUTH AFRICA THROUGH 2014 OFFERS ENORMOUS OPPORTUNITY TO INVESTORS IN 2015.
The Mandela rare R5 coins are the fastest appreciating rare coins of all time. During all of our lifetimes there in all probability will never ever be another rare coin issue that is ever able to achieve the ballistic growth rate of these coins. Their growth rates will continue to grow unabated by any of the obstacles that they may encounter economic or counter supportive. The Mandela R5 coins have seen their values decline and have experienced their softest market yet in South Africa through 2014.
From 2003 through to 2013 the Mandela R5 rare coins showed a decade of the fastest rare coin appreciation on the planet. Where they left all of the world’s rarest coins in their dust. After a brief respite they will continue their path of growing at the fastest rate of any coins in the world. There was no person that could have predicted that we would in South Africa have had a polarizing strike closing our platinum mines production down for 6 months, crippling the entire South African economy. This placed our economy in 2014 in the worst state that it has been in for 30 years. Our GDP for 2014 was an anaemic 1.4%. Bloomberg and also most of our leading economists are predicting a GDP this year of 2.5% growth. The mean average GDP for South Africa has been between 2.5% – 3% growth over the past few years. That means that the projections are that we will have healthy economic growth for this year.
Anglo American saw its stock price plummet from Â£1 589 on the 19th of February 2014 to Â£1 098.50 on the 15th of December a loss in stock value of 30.87%. It is the largest company in South Africa and the low mediation of its value is not a precursor for the future. This means that Anglo American stock will recover and be an excellent investment after a bleak year for 2014. According to the Chairman of the Association of Unit Trusts they declined in 2014 from 1.64 trillion rand to a value of 1.63 trillion rand. Which meant that over 100 billion rand in value had been evaporated taking them to their lowest value since 2009. Yet again the lowering value of Unit Trusts does not mitigate their future growth and recovery from a very, very bad year in 2014.
This is precisely the same for the Mandela rare R5 coins. There are only 6 of them that were minted in South Africa. There will never ever be any more Mandela rare coins minted. With the passing of Nelson Mandela these coins will continue to become rarer with time and see their values dramatically increase from where they are now. There has therefore never been a better time to buy these coins. There is no doubt that the Mandela R5 coins in small numbers are rare. This is not a matter of debate but a matter of fact. All you would need to do to verify the rarity of the Mandela rare R5 coins is to email any of the three largest grading corporations in the United States and ask them. NGC the largest grading corporation in the world has graded over 225 000 Mandela R5 coins, PCGS around 40 000 of them and ANACS around 50 000 of these coins.
The Mandela coins that are not rare are the coins that are marketed by the Scoin Shop of the South African Gold Coin Exchange. All the coins that they sell are just worth their gold content. It does not matter how many of these coins were minted they are all valued at their metal content. This was confirmed by an article in the highly respected British newspaper The Guardian. They had this to say about all the coins that are sold by the Scoin shops. Demby is not worried that his Scoin Shop will be seen as flogging high-priced gold to gullible consumers. “I suppose the detractors will argue that about us, but we’re not selling to investors â€“ we’re selling to collectors who tend to take a long-term view and buy a large spread of coins over time rather than buying a huge amount of gold overnight.” We are quite sure that the collectors and investors will be only too pleased to see that they will only get the metal content value for these coins in the future. Especially after paying massive premiums above their metal content at the time of purchase.
Personal Finance in 2012 were equally rancid about all of the coins that are sold by the Scoin shops saying that they are all just worth their weight in gold. All of the coins that are marketed by The South African Gold Coin Exchange (Scoin Shops) that are minted in precious metals are just worth their metal content. It does not matter who appears on those coins Mandela or a Rhino. Only the uninitiated and uneducated will be buying his “high priced bullion”. The bottom line is that if you are looking for investments that give you a high return buy rare coins as is done throughout the world and not the overpriced bullion coins from the Scoin shops. Any person at any Scoin shop that tells you that those coins are rare is committing fraud. Buying modern commemorative coins from the Scoin shops is like buying jewellery if you spend R100 000 you are likely to get less than R30 000 when selling due to the large mark-ups.
The investing or collecting of high performance rare coins can only be accomplished if you are actually buying coins that are rare. Numismatics or rare coin collecting can be defined as the preservation of a countries national coinage in the highest quality possible. National coinage can clearly be defined as those coins that are or were in the past currency coins of South Africa that could or were used as money i.e. The Mandela rare R5 coins.
We all know that any rare item increases in value with the passing of the person that it represents. The Mandela rare coins represent one of the greatest men of all time. These coins will develop more and more powerful markets throughout all of the largest rare coin markets in the world and this will translate to high US dollar values for all of these coins. Pablo Picasso died in April of 1973. At that time you could purchase any of his most famous paintings for hundreds of thousands of dollars or his lesser well know art works for tens of thousands of dollars. To date the most expensive Picasso painting sold fetched 106.5 million US dollars.
When Picasso died it meant that he would not be painting any more paintings. There was therefore a limited amount of his artworks that were ever placed up for sale. As time went on and the amount of investors and collectors for his art grew so too did the values of his paintings. That is exactly what is going to happen to all of the Mandela rare coins that are left. There is no way that you can ever increase the overall number of these coins. In fact through time coin numbers for any coin decline as they are lost, used or spoiled.
Picasso paintings are the most sought after and the best performing art works financially throughout the world art market. The art market is dictated to a certain extent by fashion. That is to mean that one year collectors will buy impressionists and the next year old masters. But no matter what the trend of the art market it is always the Picasso paintings that are the best overall financial performers. The Mandela rare R5 coins are the Picassos of the world rare coin market. No modern leader of our time has ever had 6 coins minted for him. There are also no rare coins anywhere in the world that have performed at millions of percent growth per annum. The closest to the Mandela rare coins are only rare coins that have performed at thousands of percent per annum.
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.
With the past sale of an uncirculated specimen of the rare R5 Mandela 90th birthday coins in the grade of MS-69 for 2.5 million rand and the past sale of proof 70’s at R275 000. These coins are internationally acknowledged as being the fastest appreciating rare coins in the history of the world. The MS-69 grew at a staggering 49.9 million percent in total or 8.3 million percent per annum and the proof 70 at 700% in total or 140% per annum. This is a trend that we expect to continue for many, many years ahead. We are projecting that the proof 70 Mandela R5 90th birthday coins will be selling for R240 000 at the end of 2015 and around R350 000 rand at the end of 2016. We are projecting that the proof 69 Mandela R5 birthday coins will be selling for R40 000 at the end of this year and R75 000 at the end of 2016.
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 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 2015. Should that appreciation occur this will be an appreciation of 140% on their current price of R100 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 2 215 of these coins. They are currently selling at R15 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 167% 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 5 000 coins are the rarest of all of the Mandela R5 coins.