Get up to R74,950.00 for the Mandela R5 Coin

Get paid up to R250,000 in cash for an R5 Mandela Coin! Don’t take our word for it, a short search on BidorBuy’s website will show you just how much these coins are selling for right now. Our most recent search on their website found coins selling for up to R250,000 [27 May 2019 – BidorBuy search for “Mandela Coin”]

 

After the release of the new R5 Mandela Coin, the value of the older Mandela coins is going to be increasing in value. Dozens of South Africans are selling their Mandela Coins and making big money. Join the hundreds of South Africans that are selling Mandela Coins and are getting cash in their pockets overnight

 

Here we are going to give you a breakdown of the most valuable Mandela Coins that buyers are highly interested in.

The most popular of the Mandela coins are the 90th Birthday Coin. These coins were released in 2008 marks a very special day of Madiba.

The reality is, if one looks at any famous person, any famous piece of art, once they’ve gone, the value of those collectibles go drastically up. They’re not going to be able to make another 90th Mandela coin. It’s just never going to happen again. So now you have a very limited amount of an item, and now that Mr. Mandela is passed, these R5 coins are going to become rarer and rarer. And will just keep going up and up in value.

Where can I sell these Mandela Coins?
The fact that it’s so sought after worldwide, that makes it such a good investment. You must remember that it’s only five rand coin, but it’s already selling for thousands of rands because of the demand. The people really want this coin. There’s only a limited edition that makes it the world first as well to make 5 million coins limited edition. If you can get one that’s untouched, that makes it even rarer. That really makes it a good investment. Percentage-wise, the square has already grown by a couple of million percent in the last two and a half years.

 

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Do you want to sell them? Well, you can make a tiny fortune by selling them today, or you can hold on to them for a while longer and your investment should increase even more. While it is important to note that there is always a risk that the coin might devalue during unforeseen circumstances and politics, and for that reason, some people will rather opt to get rid of them while they know what they are worth.

Well, as we all know, one of the most famous men on the planet, Nelson Mandela, his head is on this coin and that makes this coin very unique and a very special coin. Should you ask all the people on the planet, 7 billion people, should you ask them who is the most famous man, the majority of them would have to say it’s Mr. Nelson Mandela. This makes this coin really, really special. It is the first time in the history of the world that a government minted money to commemorate somebody’s birthday, and this was Mr. Nelson Mandela. He turned 90 years old in 2008, and they only made 5 million of these coins. Our country has got about 46 million people, and people collecting Mandela coins wanted one for their collection, but not everybody could get one. This makes this coin very, very special and sought after. Considering there are about 50 million coin stamp collectors worldwide that is active. Their coin collection is just not complete without a coin like this, which is what makes these Mandela coins wanted.

Another reason that makes these Mandela coins wanted is that when they came out, and they were supposed to be circulated, they simply weren’t. They just disappeared. And any coin that should go into circulation and doesn’t generally creates more value over time, than a mint. Because mint is specifically for an investor. A coin that’s supposed to go in and be five rands and be circulated in the market, and isn’t, creates a totally different environment in terms of what its wealth will be, or it’s worth will be, in time to come. So yeah, that’s really why.

 

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