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Physical Wealth edition

>Why Gold?

>Bullion dealers

>Constitutional/"junk" silver info

https://findbullionprices.com/ (US)
https://eu.compare.pm (EU)


>Bullion tax info by state:


Nitric Acid

>EU/ENGLAND sources
https://www.chards.co.uk/ [Much cheaper than BullionByPost]
https://goldprice.eu5.net/ [Website to compare gold prices for UK]

>Russian/European coins

>Relevant information regarding mining companies
Previous Thread: >>28548814

>> No.28561053

Why do you guys still post here?
When will Grugs realise your shinies are fucking worthless?

>> No.28561060
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No jews allowed edition

>> No.28561074
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>watching old Hickok45 videos
>see him shilling APMEX
>decide to buy more silver from various places today
I never thought I'd say this but thank you 4chan for directing my spending habits to arms, ammunition, and precious metals.

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when they stop looking so fucking beautiful

>> No.28561133

Wait, so when you pinch the nose there's some shiny white that comes out? Is that why they're so big?

>> No.28561178

to get all that free air

>> No.28561224
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I wouldn't advise coming within physical range of a jew irl, it's a meme you dip.

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First for we're the kikes now

>> No.28561285

Gold is going the way of the horse

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I'm never selling I just think shiny rock pretty

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>> No.28561331

So why aren't you holding ISIS coins?
No more can be minted. Nice coins. Made in pure copper/silver and (((gold))). Increase not only in value of PM content but also infamy/rarity.

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>> No.28561399

Phew. Now here's a downloader if you want to have a sweet copy.


>> No.28561444

To your mothers bedroom?

>> No.28561449

>my gunless vegetarian schizo lesbian friend is telling me she's starting to stack silver in case of collapse
is she gonna make it bros?

>> No.28561457
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I did what I could, I don't have the font. It should be one called Secretary Typewriter
There is a lot to consider when estimating value. Company financials and assets are a good place to start, they might have a lot of cash or they might own shares from other companies for example, or they might have debt of course. Search SEDAR on a company board at ceo.ca and you'll find the financial reports as well as MD&A reports where they might go over some of the more relevant history of the company. Then there is the value of the mining assets, which usually requires some speculation and forward thinking. You should be able to get a feel for it in time. Also when there are preliminary economic assessments, feasibility studies or mineral resource estimates you should be able to make some back-of-the-letter calculations that can help you estimate the deposit's value in relation to the company's market cap or enterprise value.

An important thing you get with time and some experience in different miners is the ability to compare different companies. If there's a company that's trading at C$50M market cap and has 20Moz silver in their deposit, that one is probably more expensive than one that has similar resources and is trading at C$20M market cap. Although obviously you have to consider a multitude of things like the jurisdiction, the size of the property, future exploration potential, share structure, management, ore grade, regional infrastructure etc. It's not always clear-cut what is the "best" investment.

Oh and don't take everything said by ceo.ca posters as fact, everybody is almost always bullish on their own favorite stocks of course. But consider people's opinions, be critical and ask questions.

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>isis coins
lmao im not a fucking rag head m8

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Constitutional/junk silver is just the same besides infamy, maybe

>> No.28561568

Why is there a fucking Q disclaimer in the heading?

>> No.28561575


please install and use youtube-dl, much more convenient and not dependent on a website.

youtube-dl --write-info-json --write-thumbnail --all-subs <url>

>> No.28561592

One thing I've learned about women is that you can't unrape them

>> No.28561682

Nobody has still answered my question about where to sell physical silver at market value.

>> No.28561729
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OK. The algorythm flagged probably for the actual word he said, "timeline."

Soon a (sub)human janny will inspect and yoink it for the Kang Gonk stuff.


>> No.28561766

i doubt you have the grey matter to speak to another human, let alone get market value for precious metal

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is this because I am new?

>> No.28561799

online. And you'll get higher than spot for it too

>> No.28561828

>Buy 1oz silver at one LCS
>Go to another LCS and sell to test the price you can sell at
>Buy another 1oz silver
>Go back to first LCS and sell there to test the price you can sell at that store too
There, you just tested your local market price

>> No.28561830

Why would you sell money?

>> No.28561911

Seems to be a lot of activity on eBay or you could go to the place that remains nameless and try. I would happily buy it for spot price

>> No.28561929

>lmao im not a fucking rag head m8
>invests in a system ragheads started

u ok lad?

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This is my silver so far. Its been about two months and im feeling good about the money I was able to save. So this next stimulus ill be buying more silver, maybe $400 and save the rest for other precious metal. My question is, should I get gold with the $400 or silver or maybe something else? what about mercury dimes for $400 worth? by the way does ampex presearch their coins? for example if iw anted to get a coin from them would their rolls all be pre searched by them or is there really a chance of me finding something rare?

>> No.28562043

>what about mercury dimes for $400 worth?
Definitely this. Where did you get the big mercury dime style rounds? I want sum

>> No.28562068

stop buying silver, buy Gold or a good solid stock like Berkshire. That silver is going to worthless soon.

>> No.28562149

Lesbians can still give blowjobs

>> No.28562153

Holy shot that cat can dance

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riskin a ban for this one what should the caption say if one something like "give me your big stack"

>> No.28562287

ISIS minted their own coins?

>> No.28562325

sauce? I'm a hopeless coomer

>> No.28562384

You should add some tools to your portfolio. A good axe or hammer will be worth its weight in gold someday.

>> No.28562452

I'm already set on most household tools, but that's a good point about an axe. I've learned not to ask boomers for tools because they invariably give you shitty chink made ones.

>> No.28562457

"it feels like more than an oz anon ; ^ ) "

>> No.28562489

to whom ever posted the vid about the russian dudes sinking a mineshaft, this may be interesting to you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HooY2cFAvVU

>> No.28562499

from this thread

>> No.28562542

alright I'll watch it thanks Mr. Man

>> No.28562595
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Junk silver is where its at for newfags

>> No.28562597

Why do people like the OP of that thread think that roastie beef flaps are hot?

>> No.28562608
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$1800 stablerock

>> No.28562633

I like your junk

>> No.28562653
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nah man im fucked, if alshaham porkbelly invented electrum, i guess im mudhammond ali

>> No.28562698

That's a man isn't it

>> No.28562701

t-thanks you can fondle it if you want

>> No.28562771
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When are the next round of drill results expected from the chaddest of holdings?

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Indeed, old metal is better than this new chink crap.

>> No.28562806

I literally own a mine with silver ore laying around. WHATCHA GOT?

>> No.28562853

bruh why's that drill bit on the left look like it's worth something what are you melting tools for?

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I-I have some silver coins... and mining stocks... and a mortgage...

>> No.28562928

not sure mate, they changed focus from drilling / mining to just operating the mine for now. I am still hopeful though that in the spring they might start up some more exploration work and increase the size of the existing ore body.

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>stop buying silver
>silver is going to worthless soon
pic related

>> No.28563145


some random auction think it was $30 shipped or something like that. ive had that for a while. i like the mercury design, also the peace dollar.

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Some eye candy.

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Yarrr welcum

>> No.28563192
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thanks Pan Man I shoulda taken profits after that last pump the past couple months they've been bleeding red its a decent opportunity for those not in yet

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>Jews' faces when people trade $GME, crypto, or shinies for enough USD to pay off their mortgages early, torpedoing the securities based on mortgage interest payments

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Fixed rate I pray?

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I’m not melting them. I’m fixing them up and putting new handles on. The one on the left has been cleaned. It’s a 1950’s hand auger (25mm) that sells for £20-25 new from China nowadays due to the bushcraft phenomenon on YouTube. I bought it as part of this job lot for £11.50+£6 postage is t something. A soak in vinegar and a good brush and oil and most are good as new. Doing the old heat up axes is more my thing but it’s crazy what you can get for cheap on eBay.

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she cute

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>> No.28563385

kek got a good laugh from this

>> No.28563452
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Well...may Carl console you.

Your only chance is BUY MOAR PHYSICAL

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you guys know you can just ad a "pp" at the end of "youtube" in the url, right? just type

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aw thanks cunt

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>and a mortgage...

>> No.28563571


i like junk silver more so the aesthetics. silver looks really nice when it looks dated. thats what ill likely do with the $400, buy 100 mercury dimes and then other antiques, non precious metal related. anything antique is worth buying.

>> No.28563587

I never said I wasn't retarded.

>> No.28563588

Nah more like
>When people take out interest free loans to buy shinies

>> No.28563611
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Guys, I googled local coin stores near me cause I wanted to buy an AGE with cash. It looked like a fancy AF jewelry store, with lots of people assaying stuff working behind the counter, and there was a police cruiser parked in the parking lot - looked like it's constantly there. I asked one of the clerks how much a 2021 AGE would be, and he said they didn't have any and wouldn't be able to place any orders for some. Basically, SOL.
I want to try to check other stores in the area this weekend, but it's Valentine's and my gf expects me to spend time with her all weekend.

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yeah well im drunk so we're even

>> No.28563703

I think people like the Merc because it's actually Lady Liberty not Mercury so she's kinda like a tomboy

>> No.28563711

whooooweee that's something there, what'd you pay I need to know?

>> No.28563723
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The Monarch and Yeager bars are high on my wish list. Hard to find in my outskirts of the planet.

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This is the weekend you either redpill her ass on silver or get a new girlfriend.

>> No.28563858

Rings are shinies. Is your gf wife material? Multitask.

>> No.28563889

Give me a few and I'll dig out a yeager 3 oz :3

>> No.28563923

Find a silver buttplug, you'll thank me later.

>> No.28563983

Where to acquire high quality axes???

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>> No.28564117

>is this because I am new?

what did you do? try to scam a seller? call someone a nigger?

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I used to think antiques were worth buying also but right now just STOP thinking that anyone will have disposable income from here on out. Only buy shit that will be worth something with actual purpose not implied collector value or whatever.

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Around $1820

>> No.28564273

crap i forgot about these vids, /k/ was looking for something like this a while ago. Ah well.

>> No.28564291

where 2 get, fren?

>> No.28564346
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Apparently its because I have no feedback.
I really don't get why so many anons say to pack so much silver in ratio to gold. This looks like such an easier way to pack your savings to a new frontier than boxes/tubes full of bars and rounds.

>> No.28564393

Minecraft irl XD

>> No.28564413
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This reminds me of moleman

Silver has bigger potential to go up, that's why. I have 150oz of silver personally.

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Sup /pmg/ just got back from my walk.

>> No.28564500

>Apparently its because I have no feedback.
how much were you trying to spend? Just curious at what point ebay says, "No, we don't want your money."

>> No.28564528

I have a great channel with a brand new never tested idea for you: primitive technology, search it on youtube (or dailymotion) you'll like it a lot!!!

>> No.28564546

are those bars 100, 10, 5, and 1?

>> No.28564555

When shtf and you're forced to travel for whatever reason how do you make sure your stack of junk silver doesn't jangle around give your position away / give the fact that you're wealthy away in the case of somewhat friendly interactions? With bullion it's easy to alternate pieces between a large piece of cloth so they're never in a position to clink against each other but it seems much more difficult to keep a bag full of mercs from making noise.

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>> No.28564599

yea good old Mole could probably use this.

>> No.28564610

I was trying to spend ~600 usd then ~300 usd got the slap both times also from my phone just in case it was a security thing.

>> No.28564704
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It's a kilo 10 5 and 1

>> No.28564711

put in cloth bag and wrap/tie tightly so they can’t jingle

>> No.28564712

That's why you use autism tubes and stuff the empty bits with cotton balls.

>> No.28564742

For the mercs, wouldn't a tightly zip tied burlap or bank vault coin bag keep them from clinking? It would basically act like a hunk of metal if it is tied correctly

>> No.28564792

If you plan on sticking around for the apocalypse you're probably right.

Personally I think a better plan is exit/escape to calmer waters, or assuming a barter market apocalypse scenario isn't even going to happen really.

Personally, for me, my plan A would be reselling through ebay or some other platform, I have a lot of experience selling on ebay, basically full-time. I know how to get top dollar for rare items, and wealthy people only really want rarity, they don't want generic bullion, at all. They want extremely rare old coins, or big ticket bars.

So for me antique coins are a great option, but everyone's situation is different, you need to consider how you will sell/trade & who you will sell to.

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>He bought?

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OK anon, here ya go. Yeager's in the plastic.

PP-Chan is my Yukari fallback until that blessed poster returns one day :3

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I keep thinking I want to get a kilo bar, but then I get another 10oz and some rounds instead.

I keep all my purchases in a spreadsheet so I can keep track of the average price I pay. atm my avg is 29.40

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My stack is 100% silver. Not only is the GSR still quite high, silver has far more industrial demand. Without silver the “green economy” cannot function.

>> No.28564914

Gotta say he seems like a fun guy. Interesting things to learn about mine construction

>> No.28565091

You can go on adventures with him too if your in the US, hes absolutely out of his mind but has more mine info than anyone I ve ever talked to. Mans been worming his way though meta sediments picking nugs for a year an a bit now too. Love his stuff.

>> No.28565124

Damn that's handsome. I have two small nuggets from Atlantis mint but my next tew purchases will be bars for sure. Those dragon bars and Vikings are cute as heck too. Hard to get stuff in Europe. Very desirable.

>> No.28565140
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Heard an interview with the Scottsdale CEO today. Based, impressed me to the point I'll be buying Scottsdale for my next couple orders. He called out JP Morgan, called out the great reset.

>> No.28565158

I would have at least SOME gold. It is true that you can just grab your gold coins in your hand or keep em in a tube if you have enough and most people will be able to take a lot of wealth with them in a SHTF bug out situation. Even people who don't plan on that happening should have some gold because it's so value dense. Mostly I stack silver though.

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Is that 10 10oz den of thieves bars or just just 1? I still need to pick up the 10oz variant, I just 1oz. You should add a pic rel to your 10oz collection.

>> No.28565254

Good luck Yuro-bro. I hope you get them!

>> No.28565266

Are these grams?

>> No.28565288

>he doesn't have his entire 1000 oz stack of silver as part of his bugout bag

>> No.28565341

Can you link? Scottsdale stuff is very nice.

>> No.28565355

Yes they are

>> No.28565364

interesting, thanks
seems pretty stupid but if they don't want your money I guess that's their business.

>> No.28565384

Checked. I hope you're practicing hiking to your bugout location with that pack

>> No.28565393

She agrees with the fact that fiat currency is garbage and that faith in anything from the government is a waste, but she's not financially inclined. I do pretty much all the earning and spending. She works part time and does some pretty good art stuff as a hobby, as well as takes care of the house and cooks and such. She likes the idea of me buying metals as long as there's enough in the checking account to pay the bills for a month or two.
There's one more test before I know - I need to see how she does around the extended family. If she can put up with a week with them, she's a keeper. But jewelry tend to have stupid premiums. I'd rather get her some of that gold bullion jewelry that has sub 10% premiums.

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Carry it

>> No.28565459
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Thanks for showing your shinies, they're clean as fuck.

>> No.28565524

Sadly I'm nowhere near there, would love to go adventuring with a crazy miner

>> No.28565549
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Yeah, once I break 250oz silver I’ll stack a few small gold coins. Mostly I’m waiting for the GSR to fall below 50 before I consider stacking any significant amount.

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Nice, I do the same. Make sure to make it a weighted average based on ounces. I just started stacking, my average is $33 *cries*

>> No.28565611

Personally I think mercury dimes are the best value in silver for the small to medium stack.
When your stack gets large you are going to want to start buying 100oz bar just to avoid fiddling around.
Maybe even 1000oz bars at some point but I havnt gotten there yet.
But yea until your stack gets big, the mercs are the way to go.
Look at it this way, they are more divisible than any other product just about.
Which gives them additional utility.
But if you were to try to manufacture coins that size in modern times they would carry an astronomical premium to get that extra utility,
With mercs you get it for free just about!

>> No.28565623

Store it in something so it doesn't jingle, do you need advice on how to wipe your ass correctly also?
Really though I am waiting on tubes from amajew for all the silver I just bought, can't wait to stack it in a way that it can be packed in ammo pouches or whatever without fear of losing it.

>> No.28565627
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I've been on the fence about this one. I've seen it being discussed a lot on here recently. I think it's a funny bar, but I'm not religious and don't really want to own any religious imagery on my stacks.
It's 1 10oz bar btw it's broken up an odd way in the spreadsheet and the columns in the last picture weren't labeled.
I was considering getting one of these though. (5oz, also on GSM)

>> No.28565640

underrated comment

>> No.28565708

22:15 gets into JP Morgan
27:30 starts talking great reset

>> No.28565757
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Sounds good. Vrenellis are nice, more divisible than 1oz coins but super low premium

>> No.28565780

Where can I find these ISIS coins I will pay multiples over spot for one

>> No.28565884

Smart and balanced-sounding gf anon, congrats.

>> No.28565974

so would I, I ve offered before to sponsor him for a visit up north but hes had issues with Leafland before apparently so no go on that front. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cG62M_i2xQ

>> No.28565999

Listening now, thanks.

>> No.28566041

That's a man is t it

>> No.28566100

#Silversqueeze expert panel starting now on yt

>> No.28566111

You can roll stacks of coins in paper and just tape so it doesnt come loose.

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Ahh yeah, if your not religious it’s a lot less impressive, then it’s just some dude whipping the non-fren money changers. Crescent City is also based as fuck, I don’t have the election one yet but it’ll probably be in my next buy from them.

>> No.28566640

>if you were to try to manufacture coins that size in modern times they would carry an astronomical premium to get that extra utility
I didn't know that, definitely going to be stacking more mercs from now on. I was planning to anyways, I already have about $200 FV but I'll be focusing even more on them

>> No.28566667

O a new 911 Mining vid too today!

Lucky motherfucker doesnt have to worry about winter.

>> No.28566795
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How much would you pay for this

> 30g (almost 1oz)
> 900.00 purity

>> No.28566799

>then it’s just some dude whipping the non-fren money changers
That doesn't happen that often, it's a pretty good idea to have a bar commemorating it regardless of who you are

>> No.28566893

17,50 euro no doubt.

>> No.28566905

Nice axes.

>> No.28566929

No problem, I like to investigate companies a little before I pour money into them. This is more important to me than getting a good deal.

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>> No.28567005
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>> No.28567056

Stop posting that fake aliexpress copy coin.

>> No.28567155

The fuck are you talking about?

>> No.28567233

> 1 post by this Id
Never mind here's your (you) shill.

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>> No.28567253

thx for insights frens

What are your fav coins in the US? Big or small coins?

>> No.28567300

How much to make it?

>> No.28567355

That's a fucking nice stack

>> No.28567357

I wonder what Eric Sprott's security budget is.

>> No.28567406

Holy coom.

>> No.28567429
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mmmmm chills

>> No.28567444
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>they like the axes
You can find many things at yard sales or online. Useful metals, some may even say... generally precious metals ;)

>> No.28567458

We have transcended, ignore the paper market. How much are people actually paying. For your pic related it’s over 60k

>> No.28567479

I'm a yuropeen but if I had to pick a us coin to stack it'd be the ASE or merc dimes. But I can focus entirely on local markets since there is plenty of pre-euro currency sitting in dumpsters at LCS's waiting to be stacked for a bargain.

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Thanks, still only 740 oz silver, trying to get to 1k for a true 100:1 ratio.

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>> No.28567690

I have a precious boner right now

>> No.28567731
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I only recently got into junk silver, I was only stacking bullion for the last year or so.
I like mercury dimes, I wish I had some barber dimes. I've won some bids on ebay for other old constitutional quarters. Really anything at a good price is nice as long as it doesn't look retarded.
Pic related is my favorite piece.

>> No.28567747

>Premiums on 1000oz bars are rising rapidly
>A few weeks ago premiums were .20/oz
>Now they are .85/oz
>Takes a month or more to get 1000oz bars

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listening also, thanks for sharing anon.

>> No.28567769

So anyone know the story on this pic? Some Conquistachad's closet?

>> No.28567786

I like to keep my junk loose. If I’m out in public, I’ll keep it wrapped so it doesn’t bounce around and call attention to it’s size. Can’t have strangers fondling my junk!

>> No.28567792

I must also say, thanks to this sub shilling silver, ive been in since I first saw them in 18 and have been dca’ing since

>> No.28567797

Premiums approaching $1 on 1000 ounce bars with a month delay.

>> No.28567813
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Dude that's fucking awesome. Hmu if you need a body gard. My pirate services are available to panner tier and above. Panners get a special of 1 grams of gold bi weekly for two gards.

>> No.28567814
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anyone else rp with their coins?
Elizabeth and George are going out for Valentines day.

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At least I don’t post fake coins, fag.

>> No.28567894

>Gold is also getting very difficult to source
btw the premiums I mentioned are $.20/oz and $.85/oz

>> No.28567901

what now?

>> No.28567940

Yeah I pretend mine are having a dinner when I eat or enjoying the sun together sometimes

>> No.28568016


thread theme

>> No.28568031

Hopefully a true total and complete decoupling of price between physical and paper.

>> No.28568176
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I'm not gonna (you) you cause I don't want you to eat. So I'm just gonna post
>muh fAkE cOiN
So here's my coin just to piss you off.

>> No.28568333

my god

>> No.28568350

>Goldbugs used to seem like the only ones who get why fiat currency is bad, now everybody gets it!

>> No.28568419

Metal newfag here. I just bought 42 oz of silver with all the hype going a couple of weeks ago. Should I buy more, and what should I buy?

>> No.28568428

buy Gold Buffaloes if you're going to buy anything

the Boomers fucking love this shit

>> No.28568464

I can do tabletop battles with my infantrymen

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>> No.28568487

That's cute

>> No.28568520

to pay 10% for gold eagle is something ive never seen ever

>> No.28568547
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Forgot pic

>> No.28568586

>muh fAkE cOiN

Coins, rather. Unfortunately the 1906 and 1795 are extremely obvious modern strikes, probably not even really made to deceive just base metal novelty pieces. Didn't want to say anything because of your grandpa and all but you'll figure it out sooner or later.

>> No.28568607

Thats why I buy ASEs

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>> No.28568637

Is there a lexicon for newfags? Let's make one if none is there

Thx, I just stopped lurking, I'm picking the jargon of this comfy place slowly. We're really privileged in yourope then !?

Please what does LCS stand for?

I see, 10 ounces that's a big coin!

>> No.28568693

sell as soon as you can because Silver is a turd

>> No.28568706
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Nah. I'll wait for the boombooms to desperately offer me 2 gold buffs for my 1 silver eagle.

>> No.28568709

"Local coin store"

>> No.28568741
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It's actually a round since it's not government issued.
It's my only 10oz round. It's like the perfect medallion size, fits in my hand just right.

>> No.28568748
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Merc Dimes

>Please what does LCS stand for?
Local Coin Store

>> No.28568818
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Post the other side, why don't you?
Bet you're gonna be real quiet for the rest of this thread.

>> No.28568822

>Gold and silver stocks are now trading more than tech stocks

>> No.28568827
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Don't care still posting.

>> No.28568920
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Caught you faggot. Nice larps anyway.

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>> No.28569039

they're pretty cool copies. Particularly if real gold. Your g-pa was an interesting dude. Not sure why he got the copy 1906 though. those used to sell for right around spot and still aren't much above it.

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I'm not gonna give you a (you) and I really don't care how many times you change your id or how many archives you pull up.

>> No.28569055

Local Coin Shop.
Try to research the history of your currency. At some point in time people paid with silver and gold, and that's the stuff that you should look to collect. Your government may still be minting silver and gold (commemorative) coins, they may also be of interest.
In my country VAT (20% tax) is only on silver bars, not coins. That's why I mostly have old coins from local coin shops because they're the best option economically. The situation in your country may be different, but do your own research is my main point. That's part of the fun I would say, learning the history, discovering the market, and such.

>> No.28569103

>Caught you faggot
the first time he posted like months ago he said they're copies. Lurk moar newfag

>> No.28569180

Please contribute to the list of vocabulary frens: https://annuel.framapad.org/p/pmg


makes sense, thx

more vocabulary thank you, who produces this kind of medallions? Artists?

>> No.28569206

Dude he's just a shill farming (you)s don't give him any, it pisses him off more cause he doesn't get paid for posting.

>> No.28569218

is that safe link?

>> No.28569296

theres not a whole lot of jargon until you go into the mining / industrial section of PMG, and even than its not crazy complicated.

>> No.28569346
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Speaking of which, since it pisses you off so much.

>> No.28569391

You got me even more inspired, I started a little spreadsheet of the typical coins from last 100y and the amount of silver in them but I'll check the border countries also and euroshitcoins, I'm doubtful tho because I had the 10€ from two different years and there was a substantial difference in thiccness

Better be safe than sorry, but it is, it's an alternative to gdocs (etherpad)

>> No.28569405

The “average” iq in this bell curve is IRONICALLY the retarded one.
Since he doesn’t understand the Basic conservation of energy and doesn’t understand that the cost FOR GOING to space, asteroid mining and then HAULING that shit to earth would make it SOOO energy intensive that at the end, it become a negative net value.

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>> No.28569589

I like the 1906 one a lot

>> No.28569624

medallion isn't really a term that is commonly used, I just used it for this because it perfectly fits my idea of a medallion.
Coin and round are normal terms though.
Silver bullion is sold in round, coins, and bars. and other various forms, like silver shot or silver scrapings meant for melting. There are also all sorts of custom shapes people can make in any shape they want really.

>> No.28569652
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He's still trying to post gay ass base metal aliexpress coins to try and flex like a cringelet.
They're not. They just stamp "copy" on them. https://www.aliexpress.com/item/33050194901.html?spm=a2g0o.productlist.0.0.238c74e5prd15b&algo_pvid=b66e4ce6-5c03-4699-9faa-0a74db56748f&algo_expid=b66e4ce6-5c03-4699-9faa-0a74db56748f-1&btsid=0b0a555916131845925311386e4fa2&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_,searchweb201603_
If it was gold it would be marked as X amount of bullion like they do with stylized Morgan generics.

>> No.28569700
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It's actually my favorite coin.

>> No.28569752

Also asteroid mining is about building things IN SPACE to do more things IN SPACE without hauling them up the gravity well. It has nothing at all to do with the economy on heavy gravity planets like Earth except that it makes people who invest in space companies very rich.

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the same mint makes a 5oz viking round, but I can't find it for sale at a decent price anywhere so I probably won't end up owning this one unless I stumble upon it at a good price at a LCS

>> No.28569911

Does anybody have any advice for scrapping gold/silver jewellery? i have roughly 25 grams of 37.5% gold chains, which should equate to 0.3306 oz/au. and 15g of stirling chain, which should equate to 0.489 oz/ag.

not a large amount i know. can i expect to get anything close to a reasonable sum relative to their melt value? I have direct access to the perth mint who buy jewellery, and i was hoping to simply exchange whatever cash equivalent it would be for silver oz coins.

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>> No.28569963

you're pretty new to coins so I'll humor you. Lots of copies and restrikes have been made over the years that ARE NOT rounds or commemoratives.

many of these copies and restrikes have been struck in precious metals. It is entirely possible that his copies are gold. Hundreds of thousands of such coins have been struck beginning in the 1970's and peaking in sales in the 80's.

not everything was made in the last 12 years. You were, but not everything else.

>> No.28569978


No, I get the same thing from all the big seller accounts.

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>> No.28570080
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It's very cool, real or not the design is great

>> No.28570103

you should get close to melt

>> No.28570164
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Newfag here who just got some silver from my Grandpa.

What's the point of collecting precious metals? Someone in another unrelated thread said you should have 5-10% of your net worth in precious metals but gave me no reason why.

>> No.28570211

wrong pic

>> No.28570214
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I own Corona restrikes. They don't say copy.
Nice Reddit spacing anyway.

>> No.28570231

I see, please bear with me for I'm not a native speaker and I'm a newfag. Thanks so much for the explanation of the silver market and the definition of those probably obvvious concepts.

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He had a bunch more he used to keep by his bed in a safe. He used to have 20 of them. But many of them were sold after he died by my grandma and she realized
>oh shit I didn't get anon anything for Christmas, what ever I'll just give him this useless coin my husband spent 400 dollars on.

>> No.28570293
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Preserving generational wealth and acting as a hedge against the debt-based fiat scheme.

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speaking of chink crap, i saw "booms fishing" in your pic and looked it up. picrel is the 'about us' page lmao

>> No.28570331

restrikes in the US are legally required to have the word COPY stamped on them. It's possible to find ones missing the legal wording, but most have it.

I don't believe his are restrikes though. I think they're just copies possibly struck in gold.

>> No.28570332

Preservation of wealth. Holding PM's is a hedge against inflation and is an incredibly stable way to keep your wealth protected against the many variables that can devalue a fiat currency. If your grandpa left you silver there's also a good chance it's got numismatic value beyond the melt value. Just keep them safe and wait.

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I'm not sure if I should buy these. I don't like buying from GSM because they don't take eCheck and I don't have physical checks so I have to pay the extra fee, Does anyone know if anywhere has these crescent city silver for cheaper?

>> No.28570397

That anon has been getting made fun of for "reddit spacing" for at least 8 months in these threads.

>> No.28570399
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You've begun your journey new-anon! Much fortune to you.

Pic is everyone soon.

>> No.28570449

Precious metals hedge against a lot of types of market crashes/problems. In a lot of those situations precious metals would absorb enough of the capital outflows that even a meager 10% allocation would rise fast enough to outpace the losses in the other 90% of your portfolio.
So maybe you have 10,000 in gold and 100,000 in stonks.
In a stonkmarket crash your stonks might go from 100,000 down to 10,000 but your 10,000 gold would probably go to more than 100,000.
So that lets you capitalize from a rapidly rising stock market without living in fear of the crash that comes from those sorts of blow off top events.

>> No.28570497

>That anon has been getting made fun of for "reddit spacing" for at least 8 months in these threads.
We were doing "reddit spacing" on 4chan before reddit was even a thing.

I just think of it as oldfag spacing

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>> No.28570513

That looks like pretty good prices considering numismatic premium and general higher prices right now

>> No.28570560

Does your bank offer billpay? I can use billpay to have my bank send a physical check to places. Have done it with BullionExchange and Apmex and others with success, just takes a pretty long time for you to get the coins.

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>> No.28570712

Jesus christ stop posting your stupid fucking restrike coin we've seen it at least 7 times at this point

>> No.28570793

You should always check the value of the metal, by calculating the pure content (%) of the object and multiplying that weight to the current silver price. That's the real value (spot price) and the trick is to find deals that come close to it or below it. You can look up current price per gram/ounce and check for yourself. I use bullionbypost.eu for that. For me, the second hand market as well as auctions are the place to find the best deals, but often a LCS will offer good deals as well. For example if I spend a certain amount of money he gives away some nice stuff. But especially small lesser known coin shops in my experience have good deals and low prices. Make sure that whatever you do they're reliable. A scam is never far away in this world.

>> No.28570835

those aren't restrikes

>> No.28570900

Alright I'll stop blowing up the thread without (you)ing someone. I'm still gonna post them in my responses for no reason to continue to fuck with them.

>> No.28570921

SchiffGold isnt taking orders of less than 2oz of gold or 100oz of silver.

>> No.28570972

they're good looking coins and if they're gold as you say they're perfectly on-topic

>> No.28571023
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I've yet to find any restrikes of historical gold coins that say "copy" on them minted in bullion. The best I could find was this:
Which doesn't say copy on it, but I'm not sure if it counts as backed currency.
Based. Just got one.
(They're not.)

>> No.28571054
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It's a hedge against inflation cause if you want more of it wether it be gold or silver you can't just print it, you have to pull it out of the ground. Pic unrelated

>> No.28571074

Glad I found PMG. Not just for the compelling financial information, but also just the willingness of people to discuss things and help one another learn. /pol/ seems like the perfect example of empty internet theory. Bots and different intelligence agencies making the same pseudo-controversial threads and posts over and over every day. Any legitimate discussion thread gets slid in favor of endless threads about the same faux-edgy nonsense.

>> No.28571134

basically PMs are a short-term hedge against a crash. So if you look at gold after 2008 it had a big rise and then leveled out.

If you're more sophisticated and understand we are headed towards a sort of Doldrums then you want to invest in something like Berkshire stock which is small growth but able to withstand either the ups or downs of the market.

PMs are basically speculative, where you see crypto coins in a bull market gaining price, you'll see PMs in a bear market gaining price although not as much.

>> No.28571194

>I've yet to find any restrikes of historical gold coins that say "copy" on them minted in bullion.
I've seen hundreds of them in person and in advertisements but then I've been buying and selling US gold coins since the 80's.

I have slightly more experience with the topic than you do.

>> No.28571289
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It is gold, this particular one dosen't belong to this particular coin, it was one of the ones my grandma sold.but I do have the certificate for the 1906 laying around somewhere

>> No.28571325
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>Investing in anything Warren Buffet related

>> No.28571390

Just stuff it in your underwear. If you get found out no one's gonna want to touch your bullion anyway

>> No.28571393

lol that cert says it's plated.
sorry bro.
still good looking coins

>> No.28571442

Oh it's half gold by weight? That's still pretty good

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spacing doesnt matter
>t. 2007 era ytmnd mongoloid

>> No.28571508

The pamps look much better in my opinion. Why is the paper for 1933 but the coin is 1906?

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>> No.28571518
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It's still gold. Don't really care how much it's worth. I never paid for it.

>> No.28571522
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Biden coughed. HAPPENING.
Can you cite any examples?
As >>28571289 posted, they're just clad.
Half? That says 14 mg.

>> No.28571532

about $1 worth of gold

>> No.28571640

You right I missed the m
Guess I should go sleep

>> No.28571645

My grandpa had a collection of gold coins. This one in particular I do not have, I'm pretty sure my grandma sold the one this actually belongs to, but he used to have 20 of these coins. I only ended up with 2. I have no idea what my family did with the other 18.

>> No.28571663

/pol/ is an dead end. its' a means for political discovery, and little more. the greatest mistake one can make on /pol/ is to allow themselves to be anchored to it. it is simply a launching platform. a realm where ones eyes are finally opened to truth and possibility that has been hidden from you your whole life. its magnetism can suck you into a blackhole and its force can be very difficult to escape.

from /pol/ one should transition to /biz/ and /fit/(in the metaphorical sense, theres little utility to spending large sums of your time on forums). The biggest takeaway from /pol/ should be the philosophy of self improvement.

>> No.28571685

I like silver and gold cause I hate banks. As much as I don't want the "financial collapse" to happen its on its way. I am lucky enough to have a surplus of food, water, ammo and seeds. I'll trade for other goods and PMs but defiantly not crypto. If we bring back an asteroid in my life time I'll sell when the mission starts or it starts to tank. If nothing happens then ill burry my gold and silver and make the kids hunt for it on the property lol.

>> No.28571727

>Can you cite any examples?
they're all over. Here's one


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Hey jack as, since you need to eat learn to read. That cert isn't even for that fucking coin and you don't know what the coin is fuckin made of.

>> No.28571825

>I'll trade for other goods and PMs but defiantly not crypto.
Do I need to red-pilled against crypto?

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Thats cute, cept over the last 20 years gold has out performed Berkshire.

>> No.28571865

Yeah. From what I've seen it was much better place to spend time pre-2016

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Friendly reminder to get your scrap gold refined into based 1/10 Ozt Pan Man rounds

>> No.28571997

Even if you get a blowjob each hour for the rest of your life you'll still have some silver left over
Good job, anon

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is the era of cheapies over? Even junk silver is commanding a large premium right now probably gonna stack cash for a few months again

>> No.28572101

on OTHER imageboards it held together much longer but good luck finding a decent one now

>> No.28572106

wtf I just got a roll last week and it was like 125

>> No.28572147

Ever heard of the Weimar Republic?

>> No.28572154

Does anyone have a preference of a bullion to junk ratio in their collection? I've been a major junky (lol) for junk silver stacking.

>> No.28572163
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I just got 100oz of mexican booba otday
In total i have 145oz now
I'm a poorfag and i have been savinf for years
Am i gonna make it frens?

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Yes you will fren.

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Picked these two guys up for $19/oz today. $11.75 each

>> No.28572308

>whats the point in having money?

i dont expect anyone who has that image saved on their computer to understand.

>> No.28572320

I figure, Crypto is non tangible currency, backed by a failing fiat no longer backed by real money (gold and silver)

I'm lucky enough to have land, and means to produce food and access to plenty of rivers/streems/lakes for water. Ammo and other things I can trade. If 2 people are trying to trade with me and one has silver and the other has crypto Imma sell to the guy with real coin/metal.
1 How am I going to receive the crypto?
2 Why would I waste power from my generator to get a raido/wifi signal up to transfer the funds he totally has when I could save power, time, effort and supplies to just wait for something real.

>> No.28572402

These are nice. Would a silver coin make a good birthday present for a non-stacker? My brother is one of those "viva Mexico" spics so I thought he might like one

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This is a true "new paradigm" that we're heading into, except unlike the chart there has been no bubble yet and it won't be a bubble when fiat does collapse. Fake money (fiat) is on the way out and real money is shifting back into its rightful place after being off the gold standard for 50 years since 1971 (officially)

>> No.28572468

3 ounces of Silver today can sustain a family of four for a month in Venezuela, somewhat comfortably.

145oz of Silver now would last you 4 years in that situation.

>> No.28572510


Silver has a thread over on pol right now.
Go do your duty and keep this alive.


>> No.28572525

so comex is getting squeezed?

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Wow that's a steal and a good design too. Good job

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New bread when? Just got back from hunting and want to post pics lol
BTFO’ed kek

>> No.28572680

By gold and silver!

>> No.28572722

Are hogs tough to track down? I've heard they tend to avoid people. Then again I've seen them walking around on trails

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>> No.28572801

Sounds fair.

I can't imagine the secure feeling of owning a neat chunk of land with lakes and rivers, means to produce food and defend it. Sounds like luxury, anon. I don't even know how to use a generator or filter river water so that makes me feel doomed, but It's still nice to dream.

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Thanks a lot fren! WAGMI :D
I think they may like it really more and even get into stacking if you give them a proof coin, those tend to grasp their attention strongly, but even a normal BU bullion coin is wonderful and will caught many people's attention
Wow, thanks a lot for the information! wish you good luck fren

>> No.28572839

Shall i bake a new thread?

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Bake et.

>> No.28572967

The best advice for silver is super ez and simple.

Find a locally owned pawn/coin shop and befriend the owner. I stop in to this one shop down the street owned by this boomer retired Marine. We shoot the shit about guns and our mutual hatred of commies, but he sells me silver just over spot and sometimes under. I stopped by 2 days ago and he only had 2.5 oz that I paid $$72 for. Slow and steady wins the race. And if it all comes crumbling down before then hope you have some guns brother, keep your head on a swivel and never expose your bag.

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>> No.28573038
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Yes please pan man

>> No.28573202

Thanks a lot fren! i will certainly keep it in mind

>> No.28573220

Yup, I think the algo tripped on the word "timeline". See my previous post.

>> No.28573442

You sound like a city slicker, lol jk jk but really. The wife and I moved from CA to Northern AZ and shit is affordable and just fuckin nice. We are blessed with family land we could fall back to if it ever got that serious not far from where we are now. We are still saving for our own land near the property but I keep a decent portion in silver.

I bartend/manage a local bar and my wife serves at an upscale eatery both full time and we have a couple of side hustles. All the money from our "jobs goes to the bank" and everything from the side stuff that doesn't go back in to the hustle we put in silver.

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Will link or silver hit triple digits first? Hard to say.

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