Those above links are for the Volcanoes "P" coin. The bullion version will sell for much less than what those above auctions sold for. The "P" version of the Volcanoes puck has a much bigger profit margin potential than the bullion version does.
--MN Voyagers are shipping, but can still be ordered at pre-sale pricing at BGASC and SD Bullion...the apparent low-price favorites here; perhaps other dealers as well.
--SD Bullion has George Rogers Clark on sale for spot + $3.29 with a $7.77 flat shipping rate if anyone is interested.
--US Mint has all 3 YTD issues at 30,000 sales numbers. Hopefully they stay there. 30-35K seems to be the sweet spot...enough to go around for Joe Average while maintaining a collectible mintage and not saturating the market for these pucks IMO.
--For comparison, assuming the US Mint produces 30K of all 5 issues this year, that's 750,000 troy ounces spread between 5 products with unique designs. Last year, the US Mint produced over 18,000,000 troy ounces of SAE's at a similar premium. Clearly the better upside is with ATB's IMHO.
It appears that the Frederick Douglas bullion puck is getting a slightly higher premium than the Ozark bullion puck despite the mintage being the same at 20,000 each. I would have fought that the premiums would be higher at this point but I guessed wrong.
Yeah I agree. Buying the "right" one for the "right" price can yield a big return on investment when it is sold at the "right price". IMO the "P" version pucks have more ROI potential than the bullion version pucks. Mintages is one of those variables that will make a big difference in what one will sell for.
With that said, I have seen the Sand Dunes and the Arches bullion puck premiums fall on ebay. I have seen the Frederick bullion puck premiums fall on ebay as well.