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skanks n skeezers edt
>Why Gold?

>Bullion Dealers
https://jmbullion.com/ (US)
https://goldsilver.be/en/ (BE/EU)
https://www.chards.co.uk/ (UK)
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>Russian/European Coins
https://oldsilver.ru/ (EU/UK/US)

>Constitutional/"Junk" Silver Info

>Compare Spot Price Websites
https://findbullionprices.com/ (US)
https://eu.compare.pm (EU)
https://www.gold.de/aufgeldtabelle/ (DE/EU)


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Nitric Acid, Magnets and Ping Test

>Relevant Information Regarding Mining Companies

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>> No.50110033 [DELETED] 

Frensmark update?

>> No.50110074

>strolling the nite market
>meet some girls who 'want to party'
>pulls out coin related
>bitches roll their eyes and turn 360 outta there
>anon goes to pawn a small link of his icy chain
>comes back to prior bitches with 40's n blunts, xanies and x

>> No.50110084

Those girls look like pornstars pretending to be teenage girls

>> No.50110103
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picked up my first 10oz bar today frens

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No, they look like crypto coins pretending to be real coins

>> No.50110115 [DELETED] 

Frensmark link?

>> No.50110148
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That got an audible, "heh", out of me.

>> No.50110155 [DELETED] 

it got 404d

>> No.50110187 [DELETED] 

There is no link you fucking faggot

>> No.50110214

Pics right meow

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saw pic related on reddit. That's the kind of scrappie i want to come across.

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>> No.50110366

Kimmy granger is so hot. Waiting on the day i can get a fwtdhwahqad for a merc

>> No.50110413

wtf happen to frensmark anon

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>> No.50110491

At the rate im going I'll be able to build a castle out of bullion. And Im not slowing down either.

>> No.50110528

How does /pmg/ feel about gold jewellery in general, do you wear any on a regular basis?

>> No.50110551

>do you wear any on a regular basis
Not unless they are niggers or shitalians.

>> No.50110560

jewelry on men is garish

>> No.50110568

i don't see the point unless youre a woman, if you're a dude then it just draws attention to you

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>> No.50110610

The key to successful investing is to identify asset classes with the best cartoon coomer bait.
If I ever get wealthy enough to be able to afford a gold watch, I would. That's the only "men's jewelry" item I like.

>> No.50110694

most people on here hate jewelry but i like to have a necklace under my polo, a bracelet, maybe one ring, and a gold watch.

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gold watches are fun. I want a heavy one but even if you're buying from scrap dealers they aren't cheap. Pic related is a good price IMO but still not cheap... and a security risk in many places.

>> No.50110733

true statement but nobody knows how long ZOG will be able to suppress the price of precious metals. I mean, it could continue for another 30 years. Sure the prices are undervalued but it could go on for a LONG time since there is very little interest in precious metals globally.

>> No.50110763

You guys are the first to complain about infinite money printing, but do you realize that they can indefinately short metals with infinite money printing?

>> No.50110790

>little interest in precious metals globally

Retard take. Silver is an industrial metal and the lynchpin of all the electronic and medical innovation that is going to fuel the next economic cycle.

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Reminds me of that one screencap

>> No.50110930

There are other metals that will come to the fore long before silver, if industrial shortage is your concern. Silver's not even on the USGS radar of critical metals.
"The 2022 final
list of critical minerals, which revises
the final list published by the Secretary
in 2018, includes the following 50
minerals: Aluminum, antimony, arsenic,
barite, beryllium, bismuth, cerium,
cesium, chromium, cobalt, dysprosium,
erbium, europium, fluorspar,
gadolinium, gallium, germanium,
graphite, hafnium, holmium, indium,
iridium, lanthanum, lithium, lutetium,
magnesium, manganese, neodymium,
nickel, niobium, palladium, platinum,
praseodymium, rhodium, rubidium,
ruthenium, samarium, scandium,
tantalum, tellurium, terbium, thulium,
tin, titanium, tungsten, vanadium,
ytterbium, yttrium, zinc, and zirconium."

>> No.50110949

That's what the people who bought in 2011 said, faggot.

>> No.50110976

Okay. Still not selling.

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there you go fren

you guys take such nice photos meanwhile im iphone fagging and buying cheapies from the local

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St. Louis has nice titties.

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>> No.50111187

my point is that i don't really understand how long the global precious metals market prices will be dictated by the sale of fictitious metals in some london exchange. eventually people will start buying and selling real gold and the real price will be found.

>> No.50111264

Lmao! No they can't! See there's a problem with your reasoning, and it's called WORLD! The American dollar as a reserve currency is OVER! Putin and the CCP don't give a fuck about what Biden wants.
They have been buying up all the gold they can get their hands on, while our central banks are selling it and printing fiat.
Now guess where that's going to lead our currencies to? 5years from now, oil prices will be reflected in ruble and yuan, and 10 years from now oil will be paid for in Gold. Your Jewish confetti has been made worthless, and you would be a fool not to realize that.

>> No.50111320

Zinc and Tin are two under appreciated metals that will have critical impacts when we start to see real supply problems. Tin is in all tech solder, and unless more tin is sourced, more silver will need to go into solder to compensate for tin scarcity. That will have a run on effect on consumer tech. Zinc is needed for EV batteries and many different sectors, we have loads of zinc in the ground, but new mines are taking to long to bring into production, meaning need will outpace production quick. Once that happens we will have serious issues.

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Is now a good time to pull the trigger on platinum?

>> No.50111680

I have a feeling it might drop lower
keep an eye on it anon

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Can you tell gold from silver just by touching it? Or by its sound?
Asking for a blind friend.

Also, if someone doesn't see he is blind, if he doesn't hear he is deaf, but what if someone can't smell, is he smelly?

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>You guys are the first to complain about infinite money printing, but do you realize that they can indefinitely short metals with infinite money printing?

While I will admit I'm not an expert in finance & market manipulation, I do think you should consider this hypothetical situation. Your argument is correct if the IMF has a total monopoly over every nation in the world. Currently it has 190 out of 195 nations & if you consider banks like JP Morgan Chase holding 90% of precious metals through derivatives if can indeed put short selling into a loop to make sure US fiat dollar doesn't crash & everyone losing faith in it.

However, BRICS is now being seen as a competitor to the IMF (located in Washington) which is backed by Brazil, Russia, India, China, South America as well as new comers Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia & Chile. Just those alone is over half of the world's population with Russia, China as well as India's private sector holding massive amounts of gold & that isn't accounting for the gold in the ground.

The point I'm making is that this already rivals the west right now in terms of economic productivity & market outside of the west & that's even without a hard boarder. With how much increasing debt the west is getting in, nations leaving the IMF for BRICS (& thus never paying off their loans), black markets selling western gold to the east as well as current base & rare earths being confined to the BRICS ecosystem & market place, eventually faith in US dollar fiat will collapse. No doubt the US government will pass legislation to confiscate people's precious metals again, but after last time the people will put their gold into the BRICS system through black markets. I honestly feel western leaders have bitten more off they can chew with their game of empire over these past few decades, & when the people no longer support the elite's ambition through fiat, gold confiscation or domestic force, the scarcity of PM's will moon.

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>> No.50111886

>silver down 34% from ATH
how are we coping silverfags

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To cap this off, it's worth looking at the global bank assets to see how truly fucked the west is right now. When people say the US dollar is coming to an end with the Yuan being the international reserve currency, yeah you can actually see this transition happening. I expect the Anglo-American empire to die in the next 15 years with the Chinese-Russian empire taking its place.

>> No.50111935

Sdrs have been de facto world currency for some time now, although it's rarely mentioned anywhere and never delved into beyond some citation referenced in an article that takes the imf s word at face value. Floy lily taught me qlot about Sdrs and the coming system revolving around that. I should sit down and write out how it works but honestly the central banking system is so convoluted and sprawling that it's difficult to capture a brief summary when much of the rules, oversight, and accountability are disregarded, manipulated, or outright falsified entirely.
>inb4 but the article says it won't happen
That's speculation no different than anyone else's
>people will put their gold into the BRICS system through black markets
Why wouldn't the black market simply take gold as payment? Why would gold owners want to trade their wealth for yet another fiat system like brics?

>> No.50111952

Ivan I understand that your country is currently getting fucked in the ass economically and you need some psychological mechanisms to cope with that but this is some of the most retarded copium I've ever come across.

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I bought my first 100 grams silver bullion, recieved it yesterday. I am from Bulgaria. Can someone tell me investing strategies? I have few questions:
>Can i get my silver bullion out of the package?
>Are palstic space bags (don't know the technical name in english) good for air tight storage, tho there is still some air in them?
>Is it good, if i make a monthly target of 100 grams per month, or I should up it?
>What would be average hold period? Am I looking 5, 10, 20 years for profit return?
>Why is 1oz coin = 31 grams, more expensive then 100 gram bullions?
>Is this equal to your Britania coins?
>Some other advices would be good too, thank you in advance.
>If i succeed to reach 2-3 kilos for the next 3 years of silver stacking, this would be good?
>Also tell me, if inflation goes drastically up these next months, should i just buy 2-3 kilograms right away?
I am working for 8 years alread, got some savings, i have some crypto, in which i am at a huge loss, but i won't sell it. I mean, i don't want my hard earned wage slaving money to just go into thin air, i've put so much stress and nerves.
>Sorry for the wall of text.

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i got some copper :D

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starter stack

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>Why wouldn't the black market simply take gold as payment? Why would gold owners want to trade their wealth for yet another fiat system like brics?

As I already explained, when the western governments try to confiscate people's gold (not just petty collections, I'm also talking about big stacks of gold and possibly silver), the people trapped in these western systems will use black markets to stop this store of wealth being taken from us with BRICS being a safe alternative. If you think about it, Russia, and particularly China will want to have that control. The US government would have a massive shit fit if people traded Yuan on their own soil instead of the US dollar because by then the Yuan would be seen as the world currency while the US dollar will be seen as worthless like Venezuela money. You've got to remember we're in a digital age with crypto technology to avoid domestic auditing so you don't even need the precious metals on you and the black market will do whatever it needs to get what it wants. There's only so much paper a government can IOU to its institution employees before they say fuck it its useless.

I'm not Russian and personally don't really give a shit about what's really happening in Ukraine. Taiwan on the other hand, China annexing Taiwan and having control over its advance semiconductor plants, that's way more serious.

>> No.50112224

So how would someone move their gold out of an imf country and into a brics country? They would certainly be looking for shipments so it could be risky.
>we're in a digital age with crypto technology
>avoid auditing
I can avoid auditing by trading gold and silver for items and services I want. I'm not going to bet on globohomo by exchanging my PMs for another style of monopoly money halfway around the world. If a black market emerges to smuggle physical assets overseas then certainly that market would have simpler, local solutions that are less risky and involved

>> No.50112340

>most on here hate jewelry
says who? its still a luxury item because high premiums but if i could afford it, id be buying it

>> No.50112379

crazy how Bitcoin will suck the wealth out of every investment including gold.....

>> No.50112383

whats with the cryptotards wars ITT lately

>> No.50112410

>So how would someone move their gold out of an imf country and into a brics country? They would certainly be looking for shipments so it could be risky.
That will be a discussion for the smugglers when the time comes, it will probably be how smuggling operated around the Iron Curtain.

>I can avoid auditing by trading gold and silver for items and services I want. I'm not going to bet on globohomo by exchanging my PMs for another style of monopoly money halfway around the world. If a black market emerges to smuggle physical assets overseas then certainly that market would have simpler, local solutions that are less risky and involved

Let me talk plainly with an example. Say you've got 10kg of gold from your big business or movie career. You don't want to move out of the west but don't want your wealth being confiscated from the government. You move it to a BRICS storage bank so the US government can't get it. You then create trade around you using the Yuan through crypto such as day to day food, security and business. There will be people in America who will come to you for a stable form of living. Government could try to pass laws to scare people away from doing this, but if millions of Americans end up doing it and the government has no real resources to force people, well it's over for them and then you can bring your gold holdings back to you. The way you're seeing it is along petty collections of precious metals. Trade after the collapse won't be like that, you will get city states popping up that will act like kingdoms because it is in human nature to build stable societies. The situation will be no different than today's countries with failed currency using the US dollar for trade.

>> No.50112442

An example of a city state that you could see pop up in America (which it is technically).


>> No.50112462

if its a bar with no numismatic value, it should be okay to remove any protective sleeves without too much of an issue. just realize the silver will tarnish when exposed to sulfur in the air.
if you want to keep it shiny, leave in plastic, if you dont care, it doesnt matter silver is silver. i would keep gov issue coins inside capsules or tubes.

how much you buy depends on what you make.. 100 grams every month seems low to me but i make 100k usd a year and can afford a little more than that. you dont ever wsnt to be in a situation where you have to sell at loss to buy food or pay bills. nobody knows how long it will tske for silver price to move up. its currently fslling due to strengthening dollar. at minimum you will tie your money up in not so liquid metal for at least a few years, if not decades. most stackinghere realize this prospect and plan to stack something to leave to their kids.

1 ozt coins cost more than heavier bars becsuse theyre already divisible so more liquid and tradeable so you pay a little more for that 'convenience' and buying in bulk always a little cheaper. that being said, if you like bars, 100 grams seems like a nice denomination to stack. not too large, but cheaper than 1 ozt. britannias are 1 ozt. i do like britannias and recommend stacking them if you find at a reasonale price. i am american btw

>> No.50112479

>confiscated from the government. You move it to a BRICS storage bank
Why wouldn't they simply take it when you try to ship it to a brics country?
>Trade after the collapse won't be like that, you will get city states popping up that will act like kingdoms
Like those kingdoms that used PMs as currency for ages?

>> No.50112513

storage banks like kinesis could actually become useful for something like this

>> No.50112592

>Why wouldn't they simply take it when you try to ship it to a brics country?
I've literally said someone with about 10kg of gold would smuggle it out of America to a BRICS bank. Are you even listening?

>Like those kingdoms that used PMs as currency for ages?
Yes, but you're forgetting that PM's are just one component of the barter system which is what everyone will be actually doing.

>> No.50112666

>but they won't catch you smuggling it
And this is superior to just trading with it like people did for millenia?
>what everyone will be actually doing.
Like how they used silver coinage for millenia up until 1964 here in burgerland?
Without international smuggling? I guess it would be helpful to those lacking safe storage near their home

>> No.50112701

Anon how many times have I told you that you've got to stop thinking along petty trading when dealing with hundreds of millions of people in America. Give it some proper thought because I'm just about to pop out and won't be giving you any more responses for now.

>> No.50112736

Because it worked well when we had silver coinage. So we would revert to the mean, a 6k year old standard used globally until less than a century ago

>> No.50112877

I don't have kids, i will just stack up to 2-3 kilograms, who knows. I like shiny. Can you blame me? Even, if silver doesn't move that much in upward direction, it will still cost 1:1 silver, which is good, because savings are always good and i am a bit scary of the inflation growth. 31 here, worked my ass off, saved like 7-8k euro, was 5euro in a shitcoin, but right now i am at 800 euro, i have tons of books btw and other stuff, so i am not that bad... but it could be better, yeah... Still, gonna keep heads up, won't get desperate and fight against the jew economics.

>> No.50112885

I want to rape them

>> No.50112976

>put pm into kinesis
>withdrawal pm from kinesis but when youre in different country

i never used kinesis, but i thought this was the whole point of it

>> No.50113294

Is silver okay to use for recasts of warhammer or other miniatures?

>> No.50113384

i dont see why not

>> No.50113394

whoa buddy, pump the brakes there

>> No.50113405

How did the guy on the left lose his house though? Dishonest coping maymay

>> No.50113549

It's not the same guy, the meme is referencing inflation

>> No.50113559

Silver and gold schmucks! Not even with an official bear market and high inflation does your Fucking PM prices go up! What's that about a store of value? No such thing! Kek!

We're gonna dump your silver and gold price like it's nothing, we already got it all lined up to take you to a fair price of $8 per ounce. Just you wait MotherFuckers, we're gonna be buying your shiny coins for pennies on the dollar.

And don't come to me with your "buying cheapies" nonsense. We all know your bullion dealers keep gouging you with the premiums, Kek! Cats should try and ask for delivery on the ComEx but most of MotherFucking retail don't even have the equity to play in the Big Leagues so they keep getting Fucked by ApMex and their premiums!

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Don't listen to the naysayers, jewelry on men is fine you just can't go overboard

Also wear my wedding ring and an 18k 3mm Cuban link bracelet on the right

>> No.50113574

that sounds pretty cool but ive heared youre not meant to polish silver or something. DEFINITELY do something with something shiny man. that sounds really cool. i dont know about chrome?

>> No.50113909

If youre attractive then attention should be drawn to you.

>> No.50113924

>T. Does not own a wedding band or religious medallion

Very sorry ser for your atomized and isolated existence ser

>> No.50113989

I think the results of the sanctions on Russia prove that won't be the case forever. At the end of the day, real production, manufacturing, and resource extraction will always beat fake jewish finance capitalism.

>> No.50113995

>360 degrees
so they did a circle??

>> No.50114007

Or if youre married you phillistine.

>> No.50114019

always considering it should be more expensive than gold, cost average and then when the price corrects trade a bunch of it for gold

>> No.50114025

i have one of those rolex watches with some cheap diamonds in there. its abroad right now until my uncle dies but it didnt cost too much anyway, i hope hes impressed by it though

>> No.50114033

until the cofnidence in the derivatives market falls out

at some people its going to become like facebook, sure its big but its mostly filled with bots and no one really uses or trusts it

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>dont trust the government
>dont trust banks
>hey, move your money to a BRICS bank

>> No.50114071

>dont listen to a man who wears his watch backwards

>> No.50114073

She must be the one on the right, right? 'Cause the one on the left looks a bit rough.

>> No.50114091

he would be smold

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Where are the Yotsuba coins? The newest revision looked cool…

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It's not backwards the pic is just totally jacked

>> No.50114202

based abandoned trailer pillager

>> No.50114226

get your ring resized

>> No.50114263

Not even mad. Staying in my lane. Hydrated.

>> No.50114266

i wish. all of the buildings here are protected by the government (and theyre very well kept). this start of the stack will soon multiply beause i have like a billion different computer cables (HDMI, plugs, etc) :)

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I went to a private party yesterday with a bunch of artists and I ended up trading two ounces of silver for an evening's worth of cocaine and this here painting.

>> No.50114298

cant stop browsing apmex store bros

>> No.50114335

Fren, why you no inviting other frens of taste, as I am?

>> No.50114406

i know, its a sickness. people hate on apmex, but their flash sales sometimes have great prices and they often have the "best" prices on overpriced numismatics if you know what i mean

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Why is it so hard to get gold buttons in Europe?

>> No.50114452

dealers wont ship to eu? jm has gold buttons

>> No.50114460

thats actually kinda cool

>> No.50114466

if someone was buying silver to cast as a hobby why would they buy silver shot? its not the cheapest silver and nobody will buy it back. couldnt you just buy a cheap 10 oz bar and cut it in half, melt down one piece of it and then create your own shot?

>> No.50114470

ive only ever used apmex

>> No.50114503
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New silver coin collector here, got this bad boy: a 1kg proof silver coin

Thoughts? it's massive and the case it comes in is massive.

>> No.50114507

Atkinsons has them if you're in Bongland (and they may deliver outside)

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other side

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>> No.50114638

Very nice, anon.

>> No.50114656

Based nigger coin, I have it in my cart

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What a beast.
>You can kill someone with this coin.

>> No.50114672

it does me well and im autistic

>> No.50114693

God you really are a daft one, but when your so poor that your wealth can only be spent on you for surviving it is understandable that your vision is so boxed in.

I didn't say any of that and ain't even advocating for it either. I'm just telling the reality of the situation because it already happens in countries where their national fiat has collapsed.

>> No.50114763

Thanks for the tips. Don't really want to deal with import taxes and high shipping rates, though

>> No.50114811

They're one of the few places that has Canadian quarter and ten cent rolls reliably. They're priced akin to the price of generic rounds, generally.

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SilverGoldBull has $10 off St. Helena 8oz bars, making them $180 at checkout


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Where's all the wholesome & pure posting?

I'm saving up to by Silver at $5/oz like its 2002 again

>> No.50114863

It costs more because of convenience.
If you're casting anything that would be used like a spoon use Sterling or it will wear. Shot makes it easy to proportion metal ratios.
If you want to melt bars, you can buy Sterling bars and use those for casting. They're generally cheaper.
The melt videos I've seen had people cutting rounds or one ounce bars (and in one case an ASE) likely because they're thinner and easier to cut they also weren't making anything that large.
Also, check.

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thanks, frens here's another coin I got it looks cool 1 oz silver coin

>> No.50114882

Very nice. Does it have lettering on the rim?

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other side

>> No.50114925

never seen sterling bars for sale, just assumed youd need to weigh out copper wire and make the alloy yourself. where to buy sterling bars and are prices reasonable or high again because of 'convenience'?

also, are there 22k gold bullion for casting or would you have to melt down a krug/make your own alloy?

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Is this worth it?
It's weight is 2.5 grams, price 2,55 EUR silver probe 0.835

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no, but it's very thicc

>> No.50114996

Your LCS may have some to offload. They were often made by railroad companies and other firms in the midcentury. Apmex carries them, though you might get gold plated in the mix. Golden eagle coin does too but they only sell 100 oz lots.
You can try the various pm exchanges to see if anyone has Sterling to part with. If you're just making a few small melts just get a few ounces. The usual price is around that of generic three nines rounds or perhaps a little less.
How much casting you planning? By weight.

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Good Lord, that's one fat coin

>> No.50115022

im not doing any casting right now as i am going to be moving soon. but i may consider picking it up as a hobby in the future when things settle down for me in my personal life, just not sure yet

>> No.50115137

Wow. Is that a Seiko!?

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>i may consider picking it up as a hobby in the future

There is absolutely no reason to use anything but cheap below-spot scrap sterling spoons and forks as your source of metal. If you're just looking for a decent discount instead of remarkable good deals you can find it all day every day with practically no effort.

>> No.50115326

how do i find sterling scrap below spot for "no effort"? even successful scrappers spend time trawling ebay listings and gambling on weights until theh become familiar with the items

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reposting birthday coin because its so good

>> No.50115567

>gambling on weights until theh become familiar with the items

That takes effort, the "practically no effort" listings for example are ones like this for solid flatware where the "sterling" marks are clear and the weight is given (7.1oz here): https://www.ebay.com/itm/384958858156

Remember that unless specified as Troy the ounces are avoirdupois. $120 melt value for under $80 total, you just populate a bid sniping service (I use www.gixen.com) with stuff like this and let it all ride. Scrap usually sells for less than melt value so if you're getting it for melting/casting instead of refining you can pay more than the competition and still get a good discount compared to fresh sterling from a jewelry supply company.

>> No.50115616

Thanks scrapanon.
Very cool.

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Happy to help, and you're right about those vintage 1970s sterling Franklin Mint art/collector bars being a good source too. Most aren't anything better than scrap so at worst you can go to a LCS and ask to buy what they have in their scrap bin for spot price.

Anyway here is a promising listing I was watching, a chonky centerpiece bowl worth about $377 melt, if not chopped up it would make a nice coin and treasure receptacle if it happens to end at under melt value.

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Tin melts at 449 F, Ag at 1,763. I think they will have to use something other than Ag as a substitute for Sn in soldering applications. Bi (520), Cd (610)?

>> No.50115950

tin melts a little lower when its with lead!

>> No.50115960

Why are there so many pictures of hot women who look like they just got a whiff of their on pussy stank?

>> No.50116008

Good let them short i'll keep buying, and the ponzi will eventually collapse because people don't put up with this shit historically. l

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Beautiful coin, congratulations, and dubs checked!
But why do Brits commemorate Napoleon?

>> No.50116055

Same anon from home PC.
>Anyone eager to help with answer?

>> No.50116227

I refuse to buy silver coins with that cunts face on it

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I actually have no idea, mutual respect maybe.

Also, what's the deal with gold plating on silver coins? it looks really nice but is it worth paying the little extra? pic related one of my recnt aquisitions.

>> No.50116371

I found some literal cave dugout home… not sure what the inside heating is like but it’s in the desert and it looks like a proper place to have a dragon hoard of gold.

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I also picked one up. Don't usually care for it, but got it for (relatively) cheap on the EIC sale

>> No.50116598

Sounds fascinating, got any pics? Might be a good time to buy a metal detector fren.

>> No.50116600

sauce on these semen demons please

>> No.50116788

I checked with my coins, silver feels colder because it is more thermally conductive.
He would definitely be able to tell with clinking if he had a few pieces of each.

>> No.50116789

Whats the status of Yotsubacoin?

>> No.50116802

>what's the deal with gold plating on silver coins?
Bling. Adds value to the coin - not in metal content, but craftsmanship and attractiveness, hence value.

>> No.50116814

Last I heard, they're being minted.

>> No.50117066

Is it autistic to give a British girl a Brittania silver coin in a cute pouch? I'm hoping she keeps it until the financial crisis and then when silver moons she will know I was right and wants me to be her daddy.

>> No.50117145

It only works if you include a note that reads
>from your silver daddy ;-) xx

>> No.50117161

Yardsalefag here. Today was pretty slow, but I did score 4 very resell-able vintage sterling necklaces weighing in at 13.7g total($8.10 spot), and a 6.65g 1/20 14k GF necklace valued at $11.30 spot all for $5. I'll be able to flip the sterling for maybe $5-$9 each to the right buyer after cleaning them up with ez-est and making them shine again. Also snagged 3 40%er Kennedy's from a $500 box of halves this week. Not much but it's 'free'.

>> No.50117168

Don’t give women gifts unles they’re your girl friend or wife. It just comes off as desperate.

>> No.50117214

So the spot price of silver as shown on all the news networks etc. has been sub-$20 for the lasrt day, but when I go to any of the silver sites on line to buy, they all list the silver spot as over $20. What gives? Is there that much lag in the market or what?

>> No.50117217

Welcome to the club, fren. You're doing well. As other commenter said don't over extend yourself, but yes maybe dedicate a set amount per month. Where I am, metals purchased are taxed, unless it's $1500 USD in a single purchase, so I time my purchases to be where I can afford that much. You'll find a system that works for you.

You should get some small coinage too, I think, eventually. Even old 90% purity coinage, not bullion 99.9+% coins, is good. It feels nice to clink them around in your hands. When my investment portfolio is low, I do that, and then I instantly feel better, and do not care what the numbers on the screen say.

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>not giving women cheese

>> No.50117254

This. Dont simp for hoes you dont own.

>> No.50117281

Anything over spot is the premium, which is the costing of minting, transporting and storage of the coin. The only way to get it for spot price is to get a comex delivery, which is a minimum of 5,000 ounces.

>> No.50117413

No I understand the premium, I'm saying that they're reporting a spot price that's almost $.50 higher than what all the news outlets are reporting.

>> No.50117422

>This actually worked
Now she wants to make cheeses. Any anons here with cheese making wisdom?

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>giving gifts to women that aren't your mother, wife, or daughter
it's like you want them to abuse you

>> No.50117497

Use fresh milk from local farmers, its expensive but its the best money can buy. Regular (((pasturized))) milk doesnt have any of the microbes or solids necessary to make cheese.
Also buy kefir grains so you can make cottage cheese, kefir, yogurt, and cream cheese.

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You should try to eliminate your vices.

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Sounds good anon, I found this 26g sterling elephant bracelet for $4 last week. The pins holding them together are magnetic but still mostly silver. Good luck hunting hopefully a 1kg platter is in your near future.

>> No.50117726

mintanon - did you or the mint put these bogs in the capsule?

I can see a fingerprint on mine, lol

>> No.50117771

I love how it cuts out the onlyfans middle man.

>> No.50117832

Ouch, the mint did. Which serial number? Could work out an exchange if you like once I'm back in town

>> No.50118021

Its too late. They know who you are.

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065, might be kind of hard to ID there, tried some different lightings and this was the best I could do.

I'm just worried about the oils tarnishing it over the long run.

>> No.50118121

>but do you realize that they can indefinately short metals with infinite money printing?
They can't though. There will be a time where the metal is simply not there anymore, and with growing industry demand you cannot make a car battery with silver futures. You need the rocks in your hand physically. That cannot be avoided. Once companies declare silver shortages, which is only a matter of time, paper holders will get nervous. Once they get nervous they want physical and realize paper is bullshit. Even if large swathes of paper is held by the very people looking to manipulate it, silver and gold being physical investments requires them to physically exist. Now don't get me wrong, this can take god knows how long. Maybe they can keep up the charade another 150 years, maybe 2 years, I have no idea. What I know for sure is that the charade WILL be exposed. That is simply unavoidable. They can kick the can and kick and kick and kick, but the road ends eventually.

>> No.50118142

I am curious if there will come a time we will see legitimate institutions try and sell fake precious metals when things are getting dire.

>> No.50118233

it's highly dependent on the auto industry so when they get hit platinum gets hit and will go lower.

>> No.50118288

That's an adorable bracelet!

>> No.50118292

with glee. more silver to stack at a cheaper price with the bonus of premiums starting to slowly fall.

>> No.50118353

why do dealers want you to buy when price drops so much? yeah i know they charge premiums, but the inventory they just bought is now worth way less and they may even lose money on a lot of it. we know this because if it drops low enough, they pretend not to have inventory

>> No.50118360

Like jpm selling silver contracts for nonexistent silver?
Man when that happens you know it's gonna be ugly. Thank goodness we have fines to deter them from doing that kind of thing

>> No.50118368

You might forget they can also hedge with the financial markets themselves and they also likely have people still coming in to sell things they are picking up for lower as well.

>> No.50118404

dealers dont try to time the market. they buy and sell regardless of price as long as they are buying below and selling above spot.

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>> No.50118641

You know you pretty much answered your own question.

>> No.50118687

they are pornstars

>> No.50118688

im not tryin to rag on anyones cool silver they bought but nearly every round i see thst is supposed to have a beautiful lady on it, goes into that uncanny valley territory, like the people designing these coins cant do portraiture

>> No.50118724

lots of anons have the wrong opinions

>> No.50118761

just because they are teen girls dont make them whoures fren

>> No.50118778

Pulled the trigger lads. Got one 2022 jubilee sovereign for my kid and one young Lizzie of whichever year they bother to send me for myself. Woo. Should be here Tuesday.

>> No.50118838

if they are stars how come I dont know them

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Friendly reminder. If there is gold in your area its your duty to go out and get it!

>> No.50118888

>silverfags are completely at peace with their investments utterly failing beyond any sense of reason
fascinating from a goldchad's perspective desu

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the one on the left is Kimmy Granger and the girl on the right is Sydney Cole

>> No.50118956

Hideous and diseased man.

>> No.50118986

Checked. Its cute watching crypto faggots try and come at a $3 drop compared to their over 50% drop

>> No.50119002

How do you know who these underage girls are and why?

>> No.50119004

Wasn't silver $44 in 2011?
And now it's less than half that?
I'm pretty bad with math but....

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they're old and washed up now, this was the Riley Reid generation of pornstars who are probably in their 30s now.

>> No.50119038

They aren’t underage as they are porn stars. The only one I recognise is that one that was in sons of anarchy and that funny collage humour video from a decade ago with the singing man. “Fiiirst I’m going to eat you oooout”. I have no idea who these two are, but the one posted above shouldn’t have got lip filler.

>> No.50119059

Give me a qrd on how to buy silver without paying 30-50% over spot
GSB has 10oz for 330 CAD
100oz is 3225
Spot is ~25/oz
That's a goddamn 32% markup
This whole silver thing seems like a big fucking joke. Are people paying these prices?

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simple as

>> No.50119082

They didn't seem to care back then, and are only sperging out right now with the current crypto crash is my main point.

>> No.50119085

Very nice, anon. Keep picking!

>> No.50119130

>le crypto boogeyman
ah so that's the new cope, got it

>> No.50119154

my point is we're all suffering together now, unless you went all-in cash near the end of last year

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Not my boogeyman not my problem thats what I always say.

I guess if you have been stacking since that long you could be suffering a bit but if you were smart you didn't buy during that period. You are only suffering if you didn't plan accordingly. I got my PM's guns and land I ain't hurting much at all.

>> No.50119214

ok hotshot

>> No.50119235

I’m a biker so I wear six big ass gold rings

>> No.50119260

It's sculpture and sculpture is hard. Most coins have faces in profile because face-on is hard to do. Most of the face information is in the depth of field, of which you get very little room to work with when sculpting relief.
Silhouettes and profiles on the other hand give you plenty of information with ease and are more forgiving on the light details just as the way the eye reads it.
Getting a pose on a coin is not impossible, but it is hard. And even if it is successful it might not read right depending upon the light or in photographs.

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>sculpture is hard

We need to resurrect the ancient Greek diecutters and have them show us how high-relief is done right.

>> No.50119321

Sweet crab coin.

>> No.50119325

How much does one of these bad boys cost in usd

>> No.50119367
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Just don't be stupid. Think before you act. Its pretty basic shit.

>> No.50119372

Nothing moar annoying than a bunch of you faggots all taking up one lane, peddling slow as fuck, looking gay as he'll, pissing everyone off

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picked up my bog coins from the post office today...

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once my yotsuba coins arrive, I'll do another full stack montage, 2500+ ounces of silver

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>Sweet crab coin

There's no design that could possibly be more apropos for silver

>> No.50119424

The best reading one of those is the 1916 coin, obviously, but the others are very readable if interpretations as opposed to high realism sculpts.
These days the level of detail you can make on a coin is fabulous. You start with a sculpt the size of a window and then scale it down until you get to the size you need to press into a given weight of metal. That's what mints do anyway. I figure that most rounds are made by digital sculpting. It can work well for somethings, but not others.
You can also see that a lot of the ancient sculpt is made in medium. Like the blobby faces and low detail. They read well in coin and were made in coin.
I don't know if they used scaling processes. So much of the ancient world impresses me that they may well have. But sculpting at size is just as impressive.

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also, checkem

>> No.50119484

>all those hair and clothing stealing love spells
>”that you have perspired heavily in it”

There really isn’t anything new under the sun, is there?

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>don't know if they used scaling processes

Nope, they cut each die by hand, jury is still out regarding whether they had magnification devices to help them. The smallest coins are particularly impressive to me.

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Frens, what is your average price when buying silver? I average 25-30$ an ounce since I mainly buy coins but I go as far as 50$ for weird niche shit like dogs.

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but you didnt drop off that yot's in the trash

>> No.50119649

Wow that's impressive. At what point does it cease to be a coin and start to be a bead?
>How many angels can dance on the head of a pin?

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don't talk about my waifu like that

>> No.50119773

That is such a fascinating collection.

>> No.50119777

For junk, 80% in particular, I try for the same price as rounds or a little cheaper.
When spot price goes high, I shop around for fixed price coins I'm interested in that I can't justify when spot is low and buy the nice comems instead. These are coins that for whatever reason the coin shops don't price fix relative to spot and so get cheaper relative to other silver products at time of purchase. I'm still paying the same price, but I can talk myself into it more easily.
My last purchase of 80% quarters came to about 25 - 26/ozt, not counting a fluke of a good ebay find.
Meanwhile I bought 2022 ASEs at the start of the year just because I feel I have to. Paid 32. Bought some peace dollars at the same time and those were cheaper.

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>At what point does it cease to be a coin and start to be a bead?

Heh, not sure but the smallest ones I've come across only weigh about 30 milligrams. That's my target price for FWTDHWs, an entire merc is far too much silver for any lowly thot.

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she is wholesome but not Nino. Ill agree to disagree
thread related pict

>> No.50120032

im afraid shes going to stab me with that chin

>> No.50120124
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heading out in 10 minutes to do just that! Just waiting for lightning to pass!

>> No.50120212

We been having heavy rains and thunderstorms so hopefully that flood gold has come down for us! Going out this Wed, We found a ton of fines in the new hole we digging but our buddy says a spot just down from where we are digging has been good for him and told us to see if we can get some. I'm torn our spot was going well, but he was coming up with some good shit!
Finally done with the frost up there?

>> No.50120308

do you know of any prospecting kino

>> No.50120379

there will be blood
oil prospecting, but the point stands

>> No.50120451

posing the same question for the uk.
> 20% VAT on new silver
> even second hand (VAT exempt) silver is massively over spot.
why does *anyone* buy silver here?

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>what is your average price when buying silver?

It's not the same as buying retail coins or bullion but my 2022 average is under $9/ozt ASW, maybe under 8 thanks to some superb dirt-cheapies scored lately. Once returned from the refinery the .999+ artisanal handpours can easily sell for $30-35/ozt. I figure that if I'm going to be a retarded boomer rock collector I'll do it in a way that ensures a decent ROI even when spot price is in the toilet and which avoids the eternal jew and his exorbitant premiums.

Thanks fren, if you ever want info or leads for finding good deals on ancient coins I'm happy to share.

>> No.50120549

£26-33 for a standard 1oz. Maybe £60 for a proof. I’m still a stacklet so not going for the collector edition boxed profs for £100.

I buy crap off eBay as cheap as I can. But even then it’s spot or spot + 20% if I can.

>> No.50120576

Lol wtf are you even talking about? We’re heading into a recession and everything went down. There’s no need to be an egotistical asshat about it and make assumptions about my wealth.
I have PMs and guns too, relax buddy. Not everything in life is a dick measuring contest.

>> No.50120618

> £26-33 for a standard 1oz
obviously that's far above spot (although a good price for uk).
what kind of return are you expecting to eventually see and why?

>> No.50120669

do you think they are happy?

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>my point is we're all suffering together now, unless you went all-in cash near the end of last year
Was this not you making assumptions about who maybe suffering? No one is refuting we are headed to a recession/depression. Even if silver drops to $1 a oz ill be more than fine. Don't project your situation onto everyone.
Its a bit backwards to claim you are hurting then turn around and say not to make assumptions. Its what you said not me, you seem like you need the chill pill bud why you getting so worked up?

>> No.50120741

Eh… I got like 15-20 years before my kid turns 21. If it’s worth more then I’m satisfied enough. I just had some savings and I Expect it to lose money. The crypto I did have is break even or small loss atm. But down massively from ath. This was something to diversify.

Silver is more of a hobby now. But one that I assume in a few years will pay off. It’s satisfying to own and hold. More tangible etc. I assume I’ll be able to break even with what I bought.. as in Spot will catch up to the premiums in the next couple of years and since I’m planning on holding longer then it’ll be worth more. But I’m. A stacklet with like 30oz cos poorfag Brit.

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pure metal to summon the bull market

>> No.50120805

Lol bro when I said everyone is suffering I just meant basically all the investment assets across the board are down I didn’t mean it as an insult to you. Don’t take things so personally especially online.

>> No.50120825

>why does *anyone* buy silver here?

Maybe I'm just being schizo but doesn't the 20% VAT on silver seem awfully suspicious? It looks like much of the world preferences gold ownership while punishing or seriously discouraging silver ownership. The same entities that push race mixing, LGBTQ propaganda and all flavors of degeneracy and corrosive historical materialist critical theory want you to own gold but not silver. Superficially yeah, gold looks like a better deal because it isn't taxed and premiums are lower but that appearance is all contrived and smells off to me. With respect to the disparity I simply don't believe that governments are selflessly and generously shepherding their citizens into the objectively best investment assets while assiduously protecting them from risky ones.

>> No.50120826

Based bullet stacker.

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I didn't take it personally just more so I hate blanket statements, looking at it like that is way more fair and I don't disagree with that.

>> No.50120864

What is a better idea, 20oz of silver shot or 20 1oz rounds.
Theyre effectively the same price.

>> No.50120867

It’s a Saturday night stop sitting around full of hate on 4chan and do something lol. I’m recovering from surgery here I don’t have a choice.

>> No.50120877

rounds would be easier to sell probably, other then that personal choice

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Buy the rounds, shot is for making jewelry or 12 gauge werewolf loads.

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Get better soon fren. Or whatever the best outcome is that’s plausible for you seeing as I don’t know your specific circumstances.

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>It’s a Saturday night stop sitting around full of hate on 4chan and do something lol
Kek, projecting there again little guy. Stop taking painkillers and get your shit together.

I need to buy more tracers.

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Ive been trying to get it up on this site but they keep denying it, going to try one more time before trying a different one

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>It’s a Saturday night stop sitting around full of hate on 4chan and do something.
Ouch.. I felt that rite in the feels

>> No.50121011

>”I hate blanket statements like that”
Idk I thought you said you were hating over there and youve implied that I’m stupid poor and now a little guy which is just kinda weird but anyway have a gdnight

Thanks fren it was a minor surgery that went well but have to take it easy for 1 more week.

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a friend of mine just got a new board game but I haven't heard anything back from him yet.
Also any of you guys know how to make a water distillery? I saw some copper coil at the hardware store today and it was pretty cheap, the well water around here has a lot of sulfur so I want an off-grid way to purify it.

>> No.50121034

nothing sounds better than shitposting on the weekend

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Insane stack. Pic related is my non-bullion purchases from the last 18 months. I stupidly sold my giant franco chain and an iced 7tcw hamza pendant, but pic related is what i have left.

The full gold watch at the top I paid 2400CAD for-- I already got offered 3800 from a lady that i work with :D

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Is there a best day of the week to buy?
I read here once that the best time in the UK is Monday evenings.
Is that real or BS?

>> No.50121064

On Monday or Friday in the AM Eastern Time after the typical tamp down seems to be the best time to buy.

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That's sold by the same East India Tea Company that owned St Helena Island where Napoleon was imprisoned the second time and died. These are commemorating the 200 year death anniversary. Personally I ordered some of the silver bee ones and im hype AF.

>> No.50121107

So it is a womans watch

>> No.50121124

yeah, probably, who knows. I actually like wearing it but 1400 profit makes it worth selling.

>> No.50121179

>I got like 15-20 years before my kid turns 21
You don’t know how old your child is?

>> No.50121366

This is what I thought too. It seems like everything they do, is trying to put people off from buying silver.

>> No.50121380

do you find much antique silver that is worth keeping? A lot of it is ugly junk but there has got to be some decent stuff worth keeping out of the melter.

>> No.50121385

Hell yeah lovely spread man. I also store my keeper jewelry in little baggies like that, almost all silver though so in addition to keeping chains from getting tangled it helps with tarnishing. What's that black faced watch on the right? Looks breddy slick.

>> No.50121421

maybe it has to do with energy and the green trch is a real concern for the govt as oil and natural gas is limited by russia

>> No.50121458

from what i heard, nobody buys silver shot because it cannot be authenticated. each granule has to be verified and that costs more than its worth. not even apmex will buy back the same silver shot it sold to you. only purchase it if you are hobby jewelry maker or have some other specific use for it, otherwise stick with rounds/bars

>> No.50121459

paul breguet. It's a dead brand but it's in near mint condition. Lots of brands at the time used to make those wide bezel watches. There are pateks of a similar style that sell for around 5K. This one I would sell for around 1200USD.

>> No.50121474

what am i lookin at here

>> No.50121496

who is buying hand poured for 35 an ounce?

>> No.50121516 [DELETED] 

are you keeping the description and images vague af so the normies dont get scared

>> No.50121541

She looks like a dude in drag.

>> No.50121556

why a bee?

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>> No.50121572

he is afraid sherlock holmes will dox him if you know the age of some random strangers son with no other identifying characteristics

>> No.50121576

shit no we never thought of that

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It’s been an incredibly tough couple years thanks to (((them)))

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>> No.50121707 [DELETED] 

*plot twist
Not his child. Milkman won't look him in the eye

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it's the same as pic related. around 1500usd seems to be the going rate. It's very cool and the dial has a kind of sparkly black appearance and the textured 14k dial looks amazing in the sun.

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>there has got to be some decent stuff worth keeping out of the melter.

Oh yeah absolutely, pic related is some keepers that were handy, all worth more than melt and pieces like the fancy repoussé floral tea ball are worth a tidy little bundle. I polished the hand hammered sugar and creamer set recently, it gives a good contrast against the old unpolished stuff. Need to find my jewelry dip to clean up the sterling chainmail purse I bet it'll look awesome.

Alright cool, very nice.

>> No.50121731

*textured 14k bezel i mean.

>> No.50121794

gold chainmail purses aren't worth more than scrap. i've talked to chicks that have bought gold ones off bullion dealers that have said they don't command a premium since they're not in style at all.

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>It seems like everything they do, is trying to put people off from buying silver.

>maybe it has to do with energy and the green trch is a real concern for the govt as oil and natural gas is limited by russia

Yeah fellas, it smells fishy and is certainly for the purpose of suppressing the recognition or appeal of the monetary aspect of silver. I can only guess about the specific reasons why but the taxation scheme has Shlomo's greasy fingerprints all over it.

>who is buying hand poured for 35 an ounce?

Plebs on eBay. The 1oz bars often sell for closer to $40, haven't checked lately since spot dropped to around $20 though.

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I don’t think we have a milkman. Wife does buy a lot from Amazon thou…

>> No.50121885

>gold chainmail purses

Never heard of them, are they something popular in India? The silver ones I've seen are all antique, probably 1930s and earlier, so that certainly helps.

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no, they were popular in the west in victorian times and there are still a few that haven't been melted down yet.

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what i want is an 18k filigree woven wallet. there used to be women's woven-filigree wallets made out of solid gold gold, but i've never seen a men's version. It would be so expensive and would probably get you murdered but would be super cool.

>> No.50121990

Man those seem amazing, I thought sovereign holders were cool but a gold purse to keep your gold coins in would be beyond patrician. Thanks for sharing, good to learn something new.

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Holy shit. My mother had one of these, I used to play with it as a kid. The “snap” on the closures mechanism was really satisfying. Fairly certain hers wasn’t real gold thou. The mesh was more like a tea strainer. We used to keep random coins in it. I’ll ask if she still has it as even if it’s only worth spot, if it was gold it’s worth considerably more than what it was worth in 1982.

>> No.50121998

>that sterling purse
So cool! I want one!

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>> No.50122014

there are lots of 9k mesh coin purses floating around in the UK.

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>> No.50122202 [DELETED] 

People will get confused and then be pissed when Random Kekistanis end up with a mock reich coin instead of the lol statue. Oh the humanity

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The less (((they))) know the better

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>But Jesus walked right through the crowd and went on his way

>> No.50122297

does anyone have that infographic of apu, pointing out the gold/silver ratio, how underfunded the SLV is, and how much silver is used in industrial applications vs how much is mined every year
trying to find for a friend. ty

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What's a good premium on silver coins? Is 30% acceptable? Feels like I'm getting scammed.

Krugerrands cost 30% above spot here, is that okay? Britannias are just 20% premium, should i stack them instead? European if that matters.

>> No.50122541

Complete misunderstanding of the "store of value" concept.

An average house today is on the order of 20,000 oz of silver. In 2040, if silver is a store of value, it will be worth (roughly) 1/20,000 of however much a house is. It will still take a bunch of silver to own a house, your 1oz meme round will be worth a couple of meals at McDonald's, same as today.

>> No.50122625

not exactly true. In times of fiat credit expansion housing prices rise faster than precious metals. During currency crisis when your local currency becomes worthless, real estate values collapse relative to gold.

Still, it won't go to nothing. In venezuela when things were really rough you could get BIG homes for 7000USD. More than tree ounces. But, if you buy before currency crisis during the time of fiat credit expansion, you could be paying upward of 400oz of gold equivalent in your local currency for a decent house.

>> No.50122635

Could I buy a 5 guys bacon double, regular fries and a ice cream milkshake in exchange for my 20th anniversary shrek 1oz?

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dont you fucking dare sell our savior for a fucking burger

>> No.50122669

you got a turd in your pocket?

>> No.50122683

I think more people need to understand this; with inflation cash goes down in value and everything else (including silver) becomes more expensive.

A house that costs 100k USD or 4k oz silver will cost 300k USD in the future because of inflation but still will only be 4k oz silver.

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Ok fren, I’ll hang on to it.
Incidentally I don’t know if you saw, but yesterday I saw the Xmas tree version in the wild at a random small town mixed antique/curio shop in a cabinet full of medals and old paper currency.

>> No.50122858

Based Brogre looking out for others.

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>our savior

>> No.50123432

Probably the same way you distill alcohol lol.

>> No.50123467

Just start a new thread already, this thread stinks!

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>> No.50123845

beautiful, what mint/coin is that?

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Silver sisters btfo.

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>> No.50123985

It's all so tiresome

>> No.50124281

Looking at it online it actually looks really easy to make one, they just work slightly slow at worst. Can't wait to pick up some copper pipes/coils like a based schizo

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You're all growing what you can, right anons?

>> No.50124359

>Tried growing Potatoes
>They died
Nothing will grow in my garden.

>> No.50124363

I dont have land so Im just stacking seeds, books, silver, and whatever else I think may be of use if/when the world goes to shit.

>> No.50124378

Potato tower with tires. Get good dirt.

>> No.50124391

Where do you live? I live in Texas and the extreme summer heat kills almost everything.

Have you actually read the books? Which ones do you recommend?

>> No.50124419

I don't have room for tires, back yard is the size of a parking spot and half of it is taken up by concrete/trees.
I imagine I could try using a trashcan though. What kind of Potatoes would be best to grow anyway?

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Tropic beauty peaches grow great in my yard with almost no effort but haven't had much success with anything else. Had a vegetable bed that started really strong but Florida rain started some fungus that wiped everything else out in the latter half of harvest

>> No.50124497

You think that the government which is suppressing the price of silver is going to come out and say anything that might drive investment into silver? They will just ignore it until it's too obvious of a problem and everyone is talking about it, then make a statement about how no one could have seen it coming.

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>They died

RIP fren

>I live in Texas and the extreme summer heat kills almost everything.

High altitude Wyoming so it's too cold for much besides root vegetables and short season greens, peas did fine too. Tried growing tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers etc the first year here, it was very disappointing and the tomatoes only ripened *after* a hard frost in early September killed all the plants lol.

>> No.50124550

Looks tasty anon, peaches definitely won't grow but I've seen some hardy apple trees scattered around here

>> No.50124583

>What kind of Potatoes would be best to grow anyway?

I've had great yields of big tubers from Pontiac Red potatoes, they're pretty forgiving and grow successfully from Florida to Canada. I believe they're an indeterminate variety that does well with the vertical growing method you're probably considering.

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>I live in Texas and the extreme summer heat kills almost everything.
Can't you put something over the plants to shade them?

>> No.50124592

can i have some peaches

>> No.50124707 [DELETED] 

The USGS does not present bullshit. All I did was present the report and the salient passage. It's not in your purview to conclude what I think.

>> No.50124826

winters gone now in my region, been digging out a huge working the last few days. Will post soon, need to have dinner first.

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>> No.50124836

Try out Motherlode, its pretty keno. Its on Youtube too! Pale Rider is pretty good as well.

>> No.50124862

Potatoes grow well in spring winter and fall
hot summer heat kills them easily if you forget to water them properly desu
Though for me I grew potatoes but they got infested with parasitic bugs and were inedible at that point

>> No.50124884

That games a blast, so to speak. I was so bummed when Adobe killed swf.

>> No.50125209

i really want to try and train these magpies to pick shiny things up for me, but theyre fucking around right now. they want bread, but im also training seagulls, and those steal the bread (but talk to the magpies also)

>> No.50125569

Sorry I ran out, ate them all

>> No.50126109

Fuck all of you GAY faggots, I would fuck her and the other whore

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Check out pic related for stuff that could work in texas. 1/2

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This company in particular is conpletely sold out so this is a just a reference.