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Better Days Edition

>Why Gold?

>Huge deficits in minerals such as silver by 2050 inevitable

>Bullion dealers
https://libertycoin.com/ (US)
https://www.chards.co.uk/ (EU/UK)
https://www.silburycoins.co.uk/ (Ancient)
https://www.luciteria.com/ (Other rare metals)
more at: https://pastebin.com/gZfZHtNE

>Numismatic search

>News and graphs

https://findbullionprices.com/ (US)
https://eu.compare.pm/ (EU)
https://www.gold.de/aufgeldtabelle/ (DE/EU)



>Nitric acid, magnets, and ping test

Previous Thread: >>56139566

>> No.56153892

Fud prevention first post.

>> No.56153912
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Lord Kek blesses this thread
May all PM FUDers perish

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Take a look at this

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This is a gold thread, right?
I mean, we have nazi gold in OP, the greedy cat oogling over a Britannia, this means it's about gold, right?

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No, it is /pmg/. Please do not ruin it with your faggotry

>> No.56154161
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Why has no one made silver repro's of Rhodesian coins? I feel like they'd sell like hotcakes.

>> No.56154206

guessing you'd have a hard time getting permission from the original makers, and without permission it's probably just counterfeiting in most countries.

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Damn good idea.

>> No.56154349
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>Better Days Edition
Alway remeber

>> No.56154517

yeah you don't want the government of rhodesia coming after you, mate

>> No.56154909

most governments will come after you for faking any coin from any government.

>> No.56154946
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I want more funny coins, anons post silver to make me go hehe

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here is a cat in a suit

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Based cat of discriminating taste and refined posture

>> No.56155083

I need one of them apu coins, I'll have to keep an eye out for the next ones

>> No.56155153

This isn't just limited to coins or gov products, but goes for all kinds of imaginary property and other stuff.

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>> No.56155202

has anyone bought from auctions sites like heritage before? i'm running out of places to look for more nice ones.

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Looking good fren. Don't stop stacking.

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>> No.56155367

love that 100oz brick

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>> No.56155488
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why has nobody organized a giant blockade around the federal reserve building and made a protest that actually matters, the most close thing was Occupy Wallstreet, but they fucked it up because they were just based retards that gave up who had no clue about the bigger picture

im so tired of the fiat debt system its unreal

>> No.56155525

That requires large numbers of people to firstly know, secondly care, thirdly have time, and lastly have the motivation.

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"Labor demand still exceeds its supply of available workers."

>> No.56155537

I've got 100 ounces, should I still keep going with silver or buy some gold?

>> No.56155563
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For me it's the samoan!

>> No.56155571

It would be more effective if a president was elected and said to everyone that the USD is useless and that they should drop it and never use it again. That way, the Fed wouldn't be able to do a quick fix because the debt note wouldn't mean anything to anyone.

>> No.56155584

occupy wallstreet was (((infiltrated))) and they'll do the same to any credible anti-FED movement

>> No.56155605

Been a Bitcoin Maxi for years now...
I want to diversify, I'm going 50% BTC, 25% Gold, 25% silver. Am i gonna make it bros? I'm also stacking firearms/ammunition. What am I missing?

>> No.56155616

no, you won't make it, because there is something intrinsically wrong with your value system. dump all the BTC for gold and silver. then you will make it

>> No.56155630

Bitcoin has been very good to me
portfolio diversity is our strength

>> No.56155632

Farmers blockaded the Federal Reserve with tractors in 1981, protesting the recession caused by the Fed's battle against inflation.

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20% of your neighbors are getting rich off the fed and 99% of them expect to at some point.

even you guys valuing your hoped-for gains in US dollars or US property are unconsciously supporting the existing system.

if gold hits $10k you're still using US dollars, no? If silver hits $500 US you're still using US dollars.

>> No.56155641

Sounds good, but depends on how much 25% actually is.

>> No.56155650

bitcoin for me and my kids
precious metals for my future generations
guns and ammo to protect my shit

>> No.56155714

a more realistic estimation would be measuring gold and silver in 3 bedroom, 2 bath houses.

but even then you're faced with the problem that an ounce of gold takes a certain number of man-hours to produce and so does a house.

and never will that ratio change so hard that an ounce of gold takes as much work to make as a house. The ratio doesn't change, so you guys remain fucked when a man can pan an ounce of gold in a few months and build a house in a couple years.

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I measure in ozt, or maybe sometimes in grams.

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boy, i'm sure glad i spent this on gym drugs

>> No.56155739

tulips were really good to some people as well

>> No.56155748

it's the only measure that matters

aside from >>56155714

I can easily pan a gram in a day
I can build a house in a couple years.

>> No.56155759

>a man can pan an ounce of gold in a few months

>> No.56155770
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show us your panned ounce mate

>> No.56155776

high or low?

depends on location I guess. Where I live I can pan an ounce a month working 8 hours per day.

I can sluice an ounce in a week, or dredge or highbank an ounce in a couple days.

most people can't, but I can. And as long as I can, property in my area is going to cost more than land in your area.

>> No.56155789

give me a second to gather gold stuff

>> No.56155801

I can't wait

>> No.56155817

You'll have to wait while I trim, crop, rotate, and delete exif

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ah yes of course, gotta strip the meta data, even though 4chan does that automatically. can't be too careful

>> No.56155850

exif posts it sideways.
can't have that

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Add another 150toz first, then go for gold. I'd recommend Euro 20frs, Sovs, 1/4ASEs to start unless you have enough to go for the whole oz of gold out of the gate. I had fun buying goldbacks and <5g fractional bars, but I was naive when I started buying gold.

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Someone bought coin I wanted while I was waiting for silber prices to drop.

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>> No.56155895

hmm, ok, I guess that might be gold
i doubt you can pan that every month over and over again in perpetuity though

>> No.56155906

I don't expect to ever redeem gold and silver for USD. I think the USD is doomed. I expect gold to be remonetized. So, I guess I'm not one of "you guys".

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based OPSEC enthusiast

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>he delivered

>> No.56155940

damn bruh thats ill
u know what kind of glasses my man chair powell we wearing by chance?

>> No.56155951

>i doubt you can pan that every month over and over again in perpetuity though
I could until my back, knees, and elbows give out. My front yard measure a gram a day.
but my local taco bell pays 2 grams a day so why bother?
some of you understand. an ounce is worth an ounce. The dollar varies.

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NPNW is legit the new occupy WS movement, but attrition wars seems to be far more efficient than ephemeral protests of abused wagies raging under bankers' windows. At least it makes the fat cats seethe like never before.
I kinda love this evolution kek.

>> No.56155961

you should set up some kind of panning robot if it's so easy

>> No.56155966

It's called sodium cyanide, and it pays less than taco bell


>> No.56155997

a chemical is not a robot

>> No.56156018

true. Sodium cyanide is much cheaper than any robot. And it was used extensively from the 1890's to now.

anything cheaper would be a nanobot or biological process, both of which we discuss sometimes in /cmmg/.
But for now it's manual labor or heavy equipment. And those cost far more than a walmart job that pays twice as much.

>> No.56156054

traditionally the robots that worked my property were gravity dredges

you can see what they left behind. They made millions, but still left an easy gram per day in stuff they couldn't catch

cyanide could've taken that gram per day off my dredge piles, but it wasn't worth it in the 1930's and it's still not worth it now.

>> No.56156064

Still comfy having a gold mine in your backyard, who knows, the day gold get revalued it will maybe become worth it to grab the pan full time, even if the job is really exhausting and demanding for the body i wager.

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yes, I have millions in "potential" silver and gold mines.

if you guys ever get rich off metals, I'll be a billionaire. Not that I think about that, or care. But if metals moon I will be the richest man in the thread because I own worthless mining property.

>> No.56156088

yeah, guess you just gotta wait and see

>> No.56156113

>I own worthless mining property.
How much did you pay for it? Inheritance?

>> No.56156129

I bought 3 silver/gold mines in the leadville district

1 at tax auction, $2k
2 inheritance of my uncle, $1.5k
3 my first house, $100k

>> No.56156131

crypto nerds will seethe

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Oops, forgot the gif

>> No.56156140

you drunk or what?

>> No.56156142

if you have to own an old silver/goldmine to get this output, doesn't that go against your first point that anyone can just go out and pan an ounce of gold in a few months? lol

>> No.56156150

the gold in my pic is off public land

I don't mine any of my own property.

>> No.56156155

How many acres each property? It seems very cheap. Idk much about the US regulations. So basically you aren't *really* the owner, but you have an exclusive right to extract gold in the delimited area? Is that how it works?

>> No.56156165

I own the property outright via patent

in the US that means I own the surface land and everything underneath

but Leadville was until recently and EPA superfund site, so no mining was allowed on my properties. This has changed, but even now it's not worth mining.

like I said, taco bell and walmart pay more than an ounce a month or a gram a day. So mining by hand is stupid.

>> No.56156172

>How many acres each property?
less than one

the patent size is small. I own mines next to some of the richest mines in the world though.

they're worthless, but they're right up next to some incredible mining property.

>> No.56156219

gold doesn't have to go up very much for it to be better than a $15 an hour job.

>> No.56156235


but in the 50 years I've lived here and the 30 years I've owned land here,
it never has.

I expect to die before my land is worth mining
and I think you guys should at least consider that possibility for yourselves.

>> No.56156250

if we lived in 1990 you'd be right
but this is 2023 america
things are going to shit real fast
i don't stack for my grandkids. i stack for me.

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>why has nobody organized a giant blockade around the federal reserve
you've got to stop with the anti-semitic ideas anon

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Wow bros..
Just got delivered my big x100 RM order from my favorite german store who finally got restocked (and immediately emptied by your truly), and tears started to flow the millisecond i opened the box. But it wasn't tears of joy from seeing many happy windmills, oh no!

I've never smelled something so fucking foul and putrid in my entire life. It's like the coins were stuck in a mummy's vagoo for the past 4 millenias, in a sealed sarcophagus full of granny's used pads and socks soaked in cats' piss.

I almost puked all over it. WTF Edelmetall? If i wasn't so dependant on their cheapies, i'd put a 1 star review.
Any idea to fix this mess? I don't think soap will ever be close to do the job? Maybe a bath of bleach and white vinegar first? If any fren ever had to deal with giga-fetid smells, i need your help!

>> No.56156301

my great great grandfather bought mining property next to one of the richest gold mines in the world in 1881. Several movies have been made about it.

I now own that property. I'll pass it down to my kids.

but nothing has happened in the last 140 years and I doubt anything will happen in the next 140. An ounce is worth an ounce, and I can pan an ounce in a month. It's not going anywhere.

>> No.56156319


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>I think you guys should at least consider that possibility for yourselves.
Yeah, i too think everyday about my ghost gold mines in Colorado i can't exploit.. Oh boy!
First issue is i can't even afford the planet ticket to visit 'em, son.

>> No.56156340

that's what I'm saying

my houses in colorado went up far faster than my gold or silver

travel is expensive too. But good luck buying a house here. Even I can't afford that and I'm rich.

>> No.56156345

we can agree to disagree

>> No.56156355

>my houses in colorado went up far faster than my gold or silver
of course they did. they're in a debt bubble

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/pmg/, do you ever gift gold and silver?

A couple of my cis friends are having a baby together. She'll be born this Friday. I decided to get the baby bullion, in addition to some cash. I thought getting her a lunar coin for her zodiac animal would be nice, so I ordered a 1/10 oz gold and a 1 oz silver from the Perth Mint. The mom is a weeaboo and the dad is Korean and also a weeaboo, so I think they'll appreciate the lunar animal. Plus, I showed them some of my coins recently and they thought they were neat. The only negative is that they're Australian coins and none of us have any attachment to that country. I still think it'll make for a nice gift though.

Pic related. It's him.

>> No.56156368

>we can agree to disagree
are we disagreeing?

I'd love it if you're right, I'd make billions

so far for a century and a half you haven't been right. On the other hand I bought land, and land did an easy 10x in the last 20 years I've been here.

diversify, your money will probably come from some investment you didn't love.

>> No.56156380

>they're in a debt bubble
does it matter if I time it right?

I don't care if it's a bubble if I sell the top.

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>big x100 RM order
Fuck you, even the picrel RMs are starting to go extinct.
>Any idea to fix this mess?
An acetone or isopropyl bath should do the job. DON'T use vinegar or anything acidic on them. This will ruin them.

>> No.56156394

well are you trying to sell now? i didn't think so

>> No.56156406

>my houses in colorado went up far faster than my gold or silver
But that's fake, this valuation is all based upon urban zoning laws. The minute the restrictions put in place by boomers to secure their monopoly over land ownership get cancelled, the prices will go down dramatically. This isn't a sustainable system.
Only time in history where the older, more decrepit your house is, the more expensive it is.
And even more absurd : the first time where the land under your feet is 90% of the value of your house, not the habitation itself.
Land used to be so incredibly cheap, young generations got stolen their most basic rights via those kiked laws.

>> No.56156407

>well are you trying to sell now? i didn't think so
I'm a senior citizen looking to buy in hawaii

what do you think?
wanna buy a house built on a gold mine in colorado?

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Still need to buy one of them brumby horses to complete my aussie coin collection.

>> No.56156415

gold did a 4x in the last 20 years
if your land only went up 10x it wasn't very good

>> No.56156418

true facts

I am at the right place in the right time

>> No.56156424

too many rich old fags are moving to hawaii and ruining it, i'd think twice

>> No.56156426

>gold did a 4x in the last 20 years
>if your land only went up 10x it wasn't very good
what makes you think I don't own both?

with a million dollar house to borrow against, I can leverage more gold in a day than most of you can in your lifetime.

>> No.56156433

>too many rich old fags are moving to hawaii and ruining it, i'd think twice
i visit every year. It's still cool

big island is chill

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I gave "dogs" coin from most recent order to my mom. I'll try to find moar doggo coins for her.
Otherwise no, nobody else cares about this.

>> No.56156446

>Fuck you, even the picrel RMs are starting to go extinct.
I know fren, i literally checked every day for the past 9 months to see when they'd get restocked. It's insane. Back in 2020 it was every two week or so i could order more! If i knew back then it would vanish so fast, i'd have loaded the truck.

Ok, then acetone it will be. Speaking of white vinegar, i soaked a coin i thought was a fake in it for 2 days few weeks ago, when i got it out it lost like a third of it's weight, turned all red and was smooth like baby skin. Was indeed a fake (copper beneath most likely).

>> No.56156453

>Speaking of white vinegar, i soaked a coin i thought was a fake in it for 2 days few weeks ago, when i got it out it lost like a third of it's weight, turned all red and was smooth like baby skin.
that sucks

sorry to hear it

>> No.56156456 [DELETED] 

That is nice of you. I think the cats coins are cute.

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my grandma had an oceanfront house. she raised two stupid little cunts though, so after the died they ended up having to sell it because they never learned how to get along.

>> No.56156485

Shitloads of fake ASEs sold
on aliexpress. America hasnt done shit

>> No.56156487 [DELETED] 

*in kona

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Thanks but it's fine fren, i got it in a lot of cheap junk. What was truly surprising is it was a 1914's 50c french coin, the equivalent of the US dime in size and weight. Not even a worthy date or anything.. Who the fuck bother making fake dimes lol? And by the look of it, it was a very old counterfeit, probably back when silver was still very cheap (well, more than it is now i mean).
At some point i wondered if i didn't destroy an essai strike or something, because it seems so surreal to fake this stuff.

>> No.56156511 [DELETED] 


one of my grandparents grew up in Malibu CA on the beach and one of my great grandparents had a house in downtown Breckenridge CO

they both lost the land.

to quote Cyprus Hill, here's a story to the glory of the real estate.


>> No.56156518

US used to fake a lot of nickels

worthless so nobody suspected them

now fake nickels are worth more than real ones
go figure

>> No.56156530

>so far for a century and a half you haven't been right
150 years ago not one of us was alive to make any claims and even if we were, IIRC at that point the dollar was still a literal silver coin. Though I do agree that the paper scam might draw out for longer than most expect. Luckily we're buying gold and silver, so the two outcomes are either winning or not winning, but we can't really lose since our stacks will at least keep up with inflation.
I feel like debtmaxxing even more to slurp the last few coins left. At some point the 2RM is going to look interesting again kek.
Dunno about your soaked coin, but it might have leached silver into the vinegar. Some of my RMs have the copper shine through, but I don't know how that would happen (chemical clipping?). Losing 1/3 of weight seems excessive, though.

>> No.56156541

>150 years ago not one of us was alive
fair enough, but we've been off the silver standard for 60 years and off the gold standard for 50

That's an entire lifetime when I've been wrong about gold and silver

you might be better. Time will tell. My money isn't on you though. I already lost that bet.

>> No.56156548

>we can't really lose since our stacks will at least keep up with inflation.
also true

you're not going to lose money
I doubt you'll make money either. But time will tell and you guys will lie to yourselves when the time comes.

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>At some point the 2RM is going to look interesting again kek
That's already the 2RM i'm talking about lol! I've abandoned the idea already for the 5RM, it's never in stock anywhere. Actually, i thought they also refilled the 5RM when i passed my order, but then, no matter the amount i tried to put in my cart, i got this lovely pop up showing. Maybe they indeed had some back in store at some point, but it was slurped within a day. Only hope left for some extra 5RM seems to be ebay.
Unless you have an address? But even if you do, you should keep it to yourself and not share it. This is war now, to each their own lol.

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>/pmg/ Precious Metals General

>Boomer FUD Edition

>> No.56156605

the bigger problem you guys ignore is that taxes, insurance, storage, internet, shipping, premiums, home office, transportation, phone, etc

are all deductible expenses

so to make a dollar you actually need to make 10, or 100 to cover the legal costs

you all break the law and hope to make a buck

meanwhile real businesses lose 10x and make more money in a year than you will in your lives. Because you don't understand business.

it's all good though.
Dumb people aren't meant to get rich.

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how new are you

bobposting is older than /pmg/

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>your money will probably come from some investment you didn't love
brb, gonna purchase 100 talmuds

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for me it was a fucking environmental company.

never expected it. I thought I'd get rich off siver and gold.
I gor rich off lead, mercury, cadmium, and arsenic.

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I must be very dumb because i've no idea what you tried to convey with this post. What's the big idea here?

>> No.56156649
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Checked, but my favorite RM shop is also on ebay anyway. Had the big windmills for ~12€ until recently, but I bought up the last batch two months ago and it seems like that's it. Still has the earlier church RMs, though. They're nice too. I like them. I'm probably just gonna buy another 100 of them soon because of FOMO. Unobtanium soon.

>> No.56156652

tax avoidance with money churning is far more profitable than your little lemonade stands

ask bezos I guess.

you guys are fucking hopeless.

>> No.56156659

So your saying we should commit tax fraud? Is that how you became a success?

>> No.56156668

>Unobtanium soon.
Yup, the mit datum ones are getting pretty darn expensive already. Few years back the price gap wasn't nearly as big iirc.

>> No.56156677

evasion is fraud
avoidance is duty

you should never do a fraud. You should always buy a product and sell it for 0 tax liability if you can because even if you lose money you still came out ahead on taxes

most of you don't know it, but over half of what you make now goes to taxes..

>> No.56156704

want a 50% raise?
cut your taxes in half

fucking easy
small brain capitalism


>> No.56156728

A concrete example who could help the average Joe, maybe? Sorry Oh mighty boomie if we can't keep up with your fiscally optimized brain.

>> No.56156741 [DELETED] 

yeah not so much. Most of those tax shelters in the US are for business owners and investors

oh wait, if you buy silver in the US to sell later at a profit you ARE a business owner and an investor..

talk to your accountant. Seriously people here.

>> No.56156754 [DELETED] 

write off your fucking house, your computer, your telephone, your insurance, your gas, your electric, your sewer, your trash, and anything else you can LEGALLY write off for a silver investing business.

you'll find you lose money on paper and pay no taxes ever. Goddamn, you just discovered the secret to getting rich

buy Turbotax home and office

>> No.56156756
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>42 posts by this ID
>*literally* one third of the entire thread

Kill yourself, yid

>> No.56156765 [DELETED] 


I'll kill your thread long before I kill myself

I've killed most of the /pmg/ threads ever posted

>> No.56156790
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No shit, because you are a hooknosed faggot on the clock, posting from a basement in Langley.

Do a flip.

>> No.56156798

somebody should include an apu made of copper in this image as the 'based retard'

>> No.56156801
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name's big bob

I was rich before you were born
I was posting on 4chan with moot
I was on /pmg/ from day one

and when you leave or die, I'll still be here
and I'll still be rich while you still bitch about being poor

remember the name.

>> No.56156812
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Nice coin, mate. I'd buy one, except I've never seen any of those at dealers I buy from. Actually there's only this 5 RM for 10.52 euros. But quite frankly I don't think it's very good, and if I have to buy non-windmill coins I'd rather an older german empire mark.

>> No.56156826

Checked, youre responding to a glownigger kike. This is the new FUD tactic since we were all just filtering IQdelet and the tranny posters

>> No.56156834
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So you are telling us the secret to being rich is to become a bitter, condescending, paper-pushing old sack of shit? But we already knew that!

>> No.56156836 [DELETED] 

>This is the new FUD tactic
I've been here since the very beginning

the others are new

and yes, I work for the government. Like most government workers, I don't trust the government.

>> No.56156850 [DELETED] 

>But we already knew that!
and get married

and buy a house

one of these things is unfortunately impossible for you. thus the other becomes impossible too

I earned my bitterness the old fashioned way. I served in the military. I married a bitch. I bought a house. I became the government I hated

I got rich


>> No.56156852

>I had fun buying goldbacks and <5g fractional bars
Are goldbacks just a fucking meme? Are they actually gold?

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Wow these threads are absolute shit now. Fuck this soliloquizing boomer no-life faggot.

>> No.56156865 [DELETED] 

>Wow these threads are absolute shit now.
lol I've been in 90% of threads since the thing started

goddamn newfags think the last 3 months are forever

>> No.56156874 [DELETED] 

>Are goldbacks just a fucking meme?
>Are they actually gold?

gold is a meme
there's more gold in the phone you dropped in the toilet last week

>> No.56156879
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So did the fed raise rates today or what?

>> No.56156904
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I'm very close to having this back from PCGS btw
Someone did in like 2018 but they're not silver.

Also a jeweler back at the time made commemorative ingots from silver and gold which is occasionally something that crops up

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lol your beta normie life is source of infinite pride to you? Guess all the boomers must be very proud then.

>> No.56156909

2 at a time for a dime!

>> No.56156913 [DELETED] 

we may never know

but the BRICS guys tell us that what the US does isn't important.

what the fed decides doesn't matter to china and russia, right? and those are the folks /pmg/ is betting on I hear

stupid fucks. Either BRICS or fed, but not both

>> No.56156917

Nope, crabbism until next meeting.
I don't think they can realistically raise them much higher. Keeping them at 5.5 is already a miracle on it's own kek!

>> No.56156921 [DELETED] 

have you ever talked to a boomer?

we buy people like you and pay your girls to suck our cocks

yes, we're proud for no real reason.
wanna buy a house?
it's on a gold mine

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if mercs are 90%'ers for two at a time, what can a 92.5 sterling leaf dime get me?

>> No.56156929

>what the fed decides doesn't matter to china and russia, right?
All three countries have central banks and are owned by the same people. The emperor has no clothes

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Goldbacks are the future.

>> No.56156942 [DELETED] 

>Keeping them at 5.5 is already a miracle on it's own kek!
15 was a hard pill to swallow, but you didn't have a choice, did ya?

crash the economy?
that was the goal. from the bottom everything is up, right?

>> No.56156947 [DELETED] 


>> No.56156954
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Hey basedbob, I had rediscovered and posted this a few months ago for you and panman but don't think either of you were in the thread. It's a promotional sulfide gold ore sample box from 1937 (wishes the recipient a happy new year and prosperous 1938) from a mining company that controlled about 6 goldmines in Colorado between ~1935-WW2. Judging from the interesting letter I think they were a ploy to help sell stock, just imagine how many more shares of Bayhorse would have been hoovered up here if Graeme sent /pmg/ cute boxes of ore kek. I haven't looked hard but can't find anything else quite like it and figure items like this are pretty scarce, probably worth a few bones to Colorado gold mining history autists. Curious if you have any insight to bring to bear on it?

>> No.56156960

if it costs more to get the gold out than it did to mine it in the first place,
you just threw that gold away

>> No.56156965

>50 posts by this ID
>all smell of "im better than you" cope

if you have made it you wouldnt be posting here like this. fuck off

>> No.56157017

>if you have made it you wouldnt be posting here like this. fuck off
I've made it several times and I've lost it all several times. I lost on metals I made it in mining.
my senpai did that scam in the 1890s and fell for that scam in the 1920-s

it's not worth much on ebay, sorry.
probably better to keep it for history than sell it for $5

>> No.56157022
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Hang on though. Is it really a good idea to be stacking those 12.5 g silver coins for 12 euros each? That comes out to ~ 29.86 euros/ozt, which is probably similar to my average of .999 collectible coins like the type I posted here >>56156442
The same dealer I bought those from has 90% junk silver for much less.

>> No.56157048 [DELETED] 

I have a box full of this stuff.

I will post pics if you want, but it may be years.box digging is work.

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for real this retard is so annoying

>> No.56157058 [DELETED] 

>this retard is so annoying
get me banned and watch me post 700 times a day

oldfags know

I'm being very nice to you morons right now.

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>I'm being real nice to you morons

>> No.56157087

not much going on for you huh?

>> No.56157091 [DELETED] 
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check the archives

I used to destroy 4 /pmg/ threads a day by myself

ask the old guys I guess. If you're too stupid to check archives. I can easily destroy your stupid thread for years at a time
just for fun.

>> No.56157099 [DELETED] 

>not much going on for you huh?
in mining

nothing to do but tell you facts.

>> No.56157104

How much do you own in bayhorse?

>> No.56157107
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Sorry, I got it wrong and it's 11€. That's about as much as a Maple Leaf or other boring bullion coin, premium wise. I also have some DMs, which range from 0-7% premiums, but they're boring. Considering they're disappearing from the market at an alarming pace, yes, I think it's a good idea.

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I never did buy.

got very close in january 22 but then I saw the mill. Glorious fuckery.

>> No.56157137

Ah alright thanks for the assessment man, If they're worth so little I may go beyond just keeping this one and try collecting others too. Biggest Bob Sr.'s 1890s promotional samples would be better but the 1933-1942 mining era is old enough to be interesting. A bit more anthropologically dynamic than just a plain ore/mineral specimen.
If you have a bunch of old promotional ore samples like this I would definitely love to see any of the ones you think are cool enough to dig out and post sometime, I know you have some great stuff.

>> No.56157158 [DELETED] 

the scam ore was crap I find on the piles anywhere.

my family didn't even keep the ore samples
I have the letters, assays, etc.

Yours might sell for up to a hundred dollars, but what I've seen is usually under ten bux. I prefer to keep it than sell it for that little.

ebay resale sucks ass for some stuff, and this is it. Super interesting history, almost nobody wants it.

>> No.56157284 [DELETED] 

If I was tasked with selling your collection there,
I'd post it as a BIN for $125 and wait

it probably won't sell for that
and honestly it's probably worth more than a buck and a quarter to you.

but at auction I'd expect it to go for little over shipping. Personally I'd keep it. If you want to buy more depression era mining scam papers I'd be happy to give you some. I have a pile.

>> No.56157310
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My favorite silver is junk silver. I find it fascinating to figure out what stuff really costs. I use the melt value as 17x per dollar of junk silver. These two boxes of ammo wound up being $3.60 or 6 half dollars and 6 dimes.

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off to work for a bit

destroy your thread again tomorrow, k, /pmg/?


>> No.56157341

We must have some really fresh meat in here, never seen so many take bob so seriously. New people, how did you end up here of all places?

>> No.56157347

>never seen so many take bob so seriously
not in years

for fucks sake

>> No.56157355
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It's nazi silber we are talking about, the silver content is almost meaningless compared to the historic and memetic power those coins hold. As clownworld disgust and disenfranchise always more people, those coins will become increasingly sought after.
Even tiny cooper and alu pfennings are selling like hotcakes for like 2-3 bux a pop, now that's what i'd call extreme premium! Compared to that, silver reichsmarks are a steal. Even at 20 bux.

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>I can easily destroy your stupid thread for years at a time
>just for fun.

He ain't joking fellas, when activated he's a relentless shitposting juggernaut fueled by your salty tears and impotent butthurt which he then garnishes with a fifth of fine liquor and pack of Marlboros, and he'll keep the show going until all contenders are exhausted and tap-out by 4-5AM.

You're speaking my language perfectly here, thanks for elaborating from your experience it's worth many hours of me searching around trying to figure out the value and collector demand parameters for esoteric stuff like this and then trying to plot observed points between them. Sounds like lurking for poorly titled auction-format listings with low starting price is the way to try acquiring more. And yeah I love old ephemera and would be quite interested in such material if you ever get around to selling off some of it

>> No.56157383
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Will gold and silver or other precious metals go back to being the primary form of currency?

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>He ain't joking fellas, when activated he's a relentless shitposting juggernaut fueled by your salty tears and impotent butthurt which he then garnishes with a fifth of fine liquor and pack of Marlboros, and he'll keep the show going until all contenders are exhausted and tap-out by 4-5AM.
finest tribute I've ever read.

I'll dig for you. You're one of about 3 people on this site I'd trust with my real identity.

>> No.56157400
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I haven't bought a single ounce of gold in almost a year. I've been thinking about buying a 10g bar of gold for each of my nephews for Christmas this year but I can't afford it. I have NO extra money for that or for myself

>> No.56157417

Actually that's not true. It's been almost three years since I bought a full ounce. The last three things I bought have been 1/4 ounce or less and now I can't even do that.

>> No.56157426
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Only Gold and it won't be the golden age that many are hoping for. You will just have something, while many others have nothing and the elite parasites have everything.

>> No.56157441

I recently discovered that one of the vending machines near me will spit out 3 different quarters if I insert 3 quarters then press he change button. I've been playing little free games of roulette on my lunchtime walks now. Found 1 64 quarter and a 67 Canuck quarter :)

>> No.56157452
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Technology transactions are more convenient, so precious metals will only come back if technology ceases to exist. The benefit of having precious metals is that it is money outside the system. With the increasing cases of de-banking, it is the money of last resort to avoid tyranny.

>> No.56157499
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I’m ready to jump into the big boy club and buy my first gold. Got any pointers to make sure I get a fair price?

>> No.56157508
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Goldbacks were designed mostly to appeal to those who believe in the worthlessness or at least imminent collapse of local gov't-issued monies (fiat).
Their cost prices the gold content at about 1.8 times spot. If you're looking to stack, there are much better buys. If you like the art and novelty, great. They can also tessellate to enrich a background with genuine gold for a reasonable cost.

>> No.56157528

premiums on gold are so negligible even buying from a skeevy big dealer is going to be fairly priced. not going to namedrop but there are also storefronts ran on ebay with very decent prices.

>> No.56157561
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The important thing is relative value. We all understand if a hurricane destroys Florida than the price of orange juice futures will rise as a material reality of supply and demand manifest in the real world. It is not a function of capitalism or communism, it just IS.
This exact scenario applies to the purchasing power of bank credit. If they banks are insolvent and reliant on credit to make loans to finance consumption then we are getting everywhere close to that very actualizing of true scarcity in the face of innumerable TRILLIONS of "wealth" ready to deflate like a balloon.

>> No.56157626

Don’t trust eBay, I’m hoping for face2face deal, so I can give her the old tooth test

>> No.56157646

>don't trust ebay
are you scared of technology or something? even the big bullion dealers have storefronts on ebay and ebay nearly always favors the buyer if you have second thoughts about anything (you shouldn't because you won't get scammed unless you're retarded)

you're cucking yourself out of good deals by forcing an in person meet which no one is going to want to do (because they already use ebay)

>> No.56157674

If you’re not willing to meet up for an honest deal I ain’t comfortable dealing with you.

>> No.56157681

First Majestic has some 1 oz rounds for 25.5 an oz, does anyone have any? Looks cheaper than JM and SD

>> No.56157689

you are severely limiting your ability to get a good deal but if that's your thing..
just don't pay 5% over spot on anything 1/4 oz or larger

>> No.56157708

I have seen the glory of sealed and circulated silver dollars (mainly Voyageur and Morgan) and I think I'll get at least one of each

>> No.56157709

No. Not for the masses. They probably will remain enslaved to an increasingly authoritarian and smothering beast system. But it might for the ones wanting to exist outside of the (((system))). Either it be criminals, richfags, prostitutes, autonomous communities, taxes dodgers... The need for untraceable & fungible currencies will always be there, and once (((they))) make cash illegal, something will inevitably have to fill the void. PMs have these advantage + the intrinsic value.

For silver it's even better, as the technologic era our masters are so dependent upon to control us heavily rely on it. The commodity side could alone push the prices sky high. Of course, this is a double edged sword, as their craving could mutate into desperation and trigger plain confiscation/extreme taxation. But even that would only buy them few years eventually. The only sustainable option for mankind is to either :
>find new deposits
Not easy, as silver tend to aggregate toward the surface and become rarer the deeper we dig, and the surface spots are known since a long time, but a lot of ancient mines not economically viable in the XXth c. could be exploited again
>recycle it more efficiently
Doable, it's yet to determine at which price point the incentive to recycle is enough to justify the cost, new technics could make it cheaper
>replace silver with other materials
Theorically possible i guess, but with the ever increasing miniaturization of electronic components, silver's conductivity, lowest contact resistance, and far more important : extreme ductility, will become always more sought after characteristics in high tech/nanotech.
Silver is the most ductile material known to man after gold, which is even slightly more ductile (1 gram can be stretched in a 2 km long wire and still not break), but gold is too expensive to be realistically used in tech in high amounts like silver is.
All this make me doubt we could find any alternative anytime soon, just like for copper.

>> No.56157714

There are people like that - it's just how they're wired.
Or he's trolling. Remember: there's no accountability for posts.

>> No.56157738

I’m shooting for better than %5 over asking. That’s why I was asking for tips. Seems like fancy old Chinese gold ain’t the best but it’s the only local option on marketplace right now.

>> No.56157849

>I’m ready to jump into the big boy club and buy my first gold. Got any pointers to make sure I get a fair price?

Uhh, the first pointer is if you can't read bugscratch and aren't an expert then absolutely never under any circumstance even consider purchasing "gold" or "silver" Chinese tael or sycee ingots from anyone who isn't a respected professional dealer as they are among the most popular fake PM items made. Plated modern junk ingots can be bought by the boatload from innumerable workshops all over Asia, just look on Alibaba. There certainly are legit Chinese dealers of both old and new tael format bullion but unless you know precisely what you're doing I wouldn't be trawling facebook looking for a "good deal"

>> No.56157853

Is that one of those AliExpress brass pieces?

>> No.56157854

I never invested into crypto. I want to invest into silver then eventually gold. Where would be a good starting place for that? I also trust gold and silver more than crypto because both my mom and dad stacked silver. Also what's up with crypto anons calling gold and silver "boomer metal"? I don't get it. You'd think they'd also want other people who use a largely untraceable currency as well to better off too.

>> No.56157930

Look,imma make it shrimple .gold is for large savings like having 100 dollar bills,silver is for small transactions like having 20 dollar bills to make simple trades,that's how gold and silver have worked through out history.

>> No.56158026
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Recent haul how’d I do lads

>> No.56158047
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Most people that have an interest in these matters know that the FED, fiat and inflation does what it's supposed to do and that there is no better known alternative: keep the prices stable within reason so long term planning becomes possible, keep inflation over 0 and below 2 to ensure money velocity stays high, and react to hard crisis in whatever way needed to reach the above goals again. Because if you don't reach those goals, everything else becomes meaningless.
That is why all economic communities copy this, including BRICS.
I suspect none of you really read any of the science that lead us here, but you feel something is wrong, right? You can feel it! It must crumble now! NOW! But it never does.

It's only the retards that think fiat is or should be a store of value that don't get it.
You are that retard. :-)

>> No.56158082

There where people like you in 1990 that predicted the end of everything within the next few years.
There where people at any time that said that, always.
But let me guess, this time it's different?

>> No.56158104

White people are disappearing and I’m not about to endorse the idea that africa will somehow miraculously carry the planet out of a de industrialization based depression. Nor will I believe that China is capable of sustaining its local hegemony with its birth rates.

Writings on the wall. This is a global issue, this epoch or iteration of macroeconomics is going to end terribly. As per the fourth turning model, if you genuinely believed nothing was going to happen in good faith, you wouldn’t even touch 4chan.

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*shake shake shake*

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>if you have made it you wouldnt be posting here like this. fuck off
That is a stupid idea. Whether you have made a bunch of money or not, what is the difference?
We are here for entertainment all the same, aren't we?

That sounds sad.

Buy either Maple Leaf or Britannia 1oz coins, they have security features that you and your eventual buyer can verify without problems. That means selling is a lot easier.
Never pay more than 3% premium and put shipping cost into your calculations too. Note down every purchase, date and spot prices in Excel.

>> No.56158193

He says the gubbermint would have to make gold illegal if fiat is introduced.
Fiat was introduced, gold is not illegal.
Why do you act as if this png has any meaning?

>> No.56158200

>Never pay more than 3% premium and put shipping cost into your calculations too. Note down every purchase, date and spot prices in Excel.
Is it better to buy a gold coin in person than it is to buy it online?

>> No.56158202

>how’d I do lads
you didn't tell us how much you paid kek

>> No.56158210

the morgan sure is spectacular
so interesting to see sealed/as mint as can be versions of it are actually a thing
like the odds that these coins that are over 100 years old in some cases were just kept as preserved as they were

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>White people are disappearing
>As per the fourth turning mode
So you are saying this time it's different, oh prophet?
Are you on peyote?

I don't think it's better if you want investment gold, i have better things to do than to hear a sales pitch of a LCS owner. I use online comparison pages like the ones in OP to find the best price including shipping, it's the rational thing to do.

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>As per the fourth turning model
"The Fourth Turning explains a theoretical approach to history - a cyclical system of societal high, awakening, unraveling and crisis. Each period has a corresponding stereotype: prophet, nomad, hero and artist. The time period for a cycle is the course of a generation, deemed a saeculum."
Jesus Christ, some of you are really beyond help.

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>100 years old in some cases were just kept as preserved as they were
I present you my 30 Tari silver coin of the Order of Malta, 1757, almost weighting a full oz, a big sum for the time.

>> No.56158300

Sure would be interesting to live a day in the time when Morgans were commonly used

Coins from outside my contient are definitely starting to catch my eye. How'd you get your hands on that?

>> No.56158308

Absolutely based and Powell-pilled.
Modern fiat currency is arguably humanity's greatest invention. It enables massive economies and creates a ridiculous amount of wealth. Imagine trying to argue that we should dismantle 99% of the economy just so you can hoard cash? "Send me back to the dark ages, but at least inflation is gone." Complete delusion.

>> No.56158331
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>How'd you get your hands on that?
Auction houses and ebay. That's where you can find the best deals. I advise you german & spanish silver, some thalers and reales are real pieces of art!

>> No.56158351

I do enjoy architecture on coins, thanks for the pointers.

>> No.56158360

This is awesome!

>> No.56158508
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I just preordered a 2024 Britannia, 3% over spot with shipping.
Silverfags shriek in pain. "Muh silver squeeze!"

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doesn't matter me none
you jelly is what you are

>> No.56158536
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Meanwhile, in Asia, money is fleeing from China

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>you jelly
Why are you forcing me to do this?
Arrived yesterday by the mail.
40gr silver Ecus. Only 5900 ex. minted for the 1988 and later years.

>> No.56158574
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Paid 50% below spot for the lot. And i'm supposed to be jelly of your +3%?

>> No.56158577
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NGL, you bested me.
Nice haul.

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I wasn't expecting this reaction at all kek. T-thanks.

>> No.56158650
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This anon gets it. Most people aren't even aware they exist. Show such a FREN a Reichsmark and watch his awe and excitement, the longing spark in his eyes.
>Silber?? I wish we had this instead of stinky euro.
True story.

>> No.56158679
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I will buy copper and you can't stop me

>> No.56158730
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Gold and silver were never really currency as such. A currency is a unit of account and even in antiquity the units of account were drachmas, denarii, etc. These were based on silver and the coins contained it, but ultimately they were derivatives of silver. If gold and silver were used currency in themselves the unit of account would be weight of pure metal, in grams, ounces, or whatever. Like a pack of eggs would be 2g of silver or something, for example. Doesn't necessarily mean different standardized physical manifestations (gov coins) couldn't exist for easier trading, but they wound have face value expressed in metal content. I would welcome this because it's as honest as it gets. The British pound as originally defined is the closest implementation of such a thing. It was just a pound of silver, plain and simple.
If you mean when PMs are going to money again, then the answer is they still are. Plebs just don't understand.

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>> No.56158884

8 billion people on earth and here you are trying to deny that pattern recognition is relevant using shaming language designed by colonialists.

>> No.56158895

>shit doesn’t break until it does

Shocking I know.

>> No.56158934
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Colonialists had their merits.

>> No.56158951

Clearly it means that horoscopes as a concept have some validity to behavior patterns. Mentioning this makes virtually anyone skeptical of them, myers briggs or the fourth turning seethe. It doesn't mean they're unironically correct in every aspect of their predictions, but the reoccurring theme and idea is more than apparent in the real world and should be taken seriously.

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>> No.56159335

They're waiting for their brother in Christ gilded Crusader Apu.

>> No.56159434
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>> No.56159534
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Is it true the gold standard was shilled by anglo-jewish bankers, whilst greenbacks and silver dollars are the true aryan currency?

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>> No.56159628
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Greenbacks are the worst though, even gold is better than that, but silver is perfect.

>> No.56159701
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> he doesn't into max secure

>> No.56159872

You should've bought like 1-2 months ago. Gold prices are up now.

>> No.56159889
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What kind of copper did you buy? I'm tempted to buy a decent amount of copper pennies for my stack

>> No.56159929

I have about 3kg of English 1/2 pennies. They are 90% copper.

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Dump eeeet!

>> No.56160310

damn, that is one secure coin

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will you two kys

>> No.56160422

how'd you pay 50% below spot? some guy didn't know they were silver?

>> No.56160439
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this is pretty neat


>> No.56160442
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It's about to get real Frosty

>> No.56160449

They watched too many central banking educational videos kek. The choice is between slavery (central banking) and sound money. Governments can’t print fiat they don’t need a fucking central bank so don’t talk about prosperity, that’s what they won’t tell you in their cute (i am very smart, central banking good) videos.

>> No.56160458

Governments can*

>> No.56160634

Any ideas what the QR code says?

>> No.56160651
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Silver is doomping and Scottsdale is selling their 20oz kitkats for $1.79 over spot. I bought 2 more to add to the pile. Getchu some silversisters.

>> No.56160687

dang that's a good deal

>> No.56160779
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Not sure, but it's probably related to the website prooftag.com
Here's a better pic.

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>15 people watching
ms64 2 rms are under $100 on ma-shops. why watch this?

>> No.56160799

>exif posts it sideways.
I'm not an expert on phone imagery, but I'm fairly certain exif has nothing to do with orientation. Your phone *locally* stores metadata containing orientation info. When you edit a picture and resave it, you're wiping the association with the metadata, or you're creating a new image with no metadata (saving as...).
When you post a phone pic, the metadata does not go with it, so 4chan posts the image as the original array stripped of metadata is arranged.
exif info also gets stripped by 4chan on most boards. /ph/ is an exception: images get posted with the exif.
You can prove me wrong (or right) about orientation by taking two pictures with the phone oriented differently, posting them to /ph/, and seeing what the result is. I for one would be curious to know.

>> No.56160886

based I AM jelly of the gold and that IS a really nice haul. Comfy thread keep stacking boys

>> No.56160945
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The dump didn't stick, it's pumping again!

>> No.56161007

EXIF is where that orientation metadata is stored. It's retarded but camera apps do it.

>> No.56161084

The USD has lost 98% of its value since the Fed was created. That massive amount of wealth didn't evaporate, it was stolen by those who control the creation of fiat money. It was used to buy political power and to fill the pockets of corrupt crony capitalists. Fiat money is central to the ever-growing authoritarian state and the impoverishment of the public.

>> No.56161121

I'm a newfag.
Please translate this for me.

>> No.56161154

Registered: Silver available for sale
Eligible: Silver in the vaults
OI: How many contracts (5000oz each) are floating around
tl;dr: If the numbers go down low enough it's over.

>> No.56161192

This is the only real answer.
Nearly ALL of the woke horseshit descends from OWS, when (((bankers))) literally paid wokies to infiltrate the crowd and begin dividing it along various far-left/lib bullshit causes in order to keep its focus shifting, much like Unite The Right was sabatoged to keep them from collectively naming the (((culprit))).

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I admit phone photography is not my strong point, but I'm not ready to accept orientation goes with exif. Pic related, there is no obvious info about orientation displayed in Windows.
Windows does have a "rotate" option in the files' properties. If you edit a 'rotated' image with Paint, it will look as windows has rotated it. But if you view it with a no-native app such as ACDSee, it will display the array as it truly is.

>> No.56161218

I don't know what to tell you.
The meme is real.
The Supreme Reality is that there is a boot; if it isn't on your foot, then it is stamping on your face.

>> No.56161239
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this is getting fucked up today. i want to open a position. getting close.

i remember watching that and you could see the travelers as they arrived and took it over.

>> No.56161242

Thank you, anon.

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Very nice, especially like those kilos

>> No.56161292
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Someone else correct me if I'm wrong, but this is my general understanding --

Top left number: Silver ounces sitting in a comex vault waiting to actively trade
Top right: Silver that is ostensibly in the system, but owned by big banks. Can be transfered to the left column if said banks are willing to settle for cash. (They don't like to do this for obvious reasons but may fall on their sword if the left column gets too low.)
Bottom left: Total Silver ounces owned by the Comex
Bottom right: Total leveraged paper contracts that banker's use to play their paper games. Each contract is for 5x 1000 oz comes bars.

125,750 contracts X 5000 oz = 628,750,000 paper oz or roughly 3x the total silver that actually exists in the comex. Or about 15x the amount people are actually willing to trade. If everyone decided to trade their paper in overnight, the price of Silver would multiply 15x at a bare minimum. (More, because scarcity would lead to a bidding frenzy.)

>> No.56161298
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Followup: Interestingly, GIMP recognizes a Windows-rotated image as having rotation "exif metadata", and offers a choice of how it should be viewed.
To truly rotate images,. I've installed a free File Explorer plug-in that offers "Lossless Rotation" of images, which physically rearranges image the array to avoid such bullshit.

>> No.56161350

MoneyMetals just got a new goldback.
North Dakota has hopped on the wagon.
I just ordered 5.

>> No.56161431

Goldbacks are certainly on the rise. I bought some goldbacks a year ago for $4 per 1/1000 note. Now they're $5-$6 everywhere. Biz hates on them because of the gold premiums on that low amount of gold, but you can't deny that they're notes with actual value. They aren't toilet paper.

>> No.56161441

It's the orientation tag.

>> No.56161467
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Very based coin frogbro, how did you obtain that one? I don't have any proper Maltese coins.

In numischeapie news I've told you before how I've been having my dad buy for me all the German silver from the scrap bin at his LCS for melt value (same LCS where I bought that collection of 79 ancients recently) and while there were no based windmills yesterday he got me 2 .500 silver Weimar Reichsmarks, the best being this rather scarce 1927 F (Stuttgart) 1 Reichsmark for whatever melt value is, around $1.90. Now look what this 'lil bastard is worth!


I saw a cleaned and lower grade example that sold for over $130+shipping on ebay, this one is definitely better so might be a $200 coin for less than $2, feels good to have access to a LCS that lets awesome deals pass through so often. It's not terribly appealing personally so I'll flip it to plebs who don't know how to do anything but pay retail and wait for a good deal on a Weimar 5 Reichmark Oak tree coin, one of my favorite designs ever.

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>> No.56161533

what quality are you looking for?

>> No.56161542
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Goddamn I want one, can't justify paying for a specimen that lovely now but maybe someday

>> No.56161554

So you would rather be the central banks bitch. You would rather a few control the many by creating nothing out of thin air then giving it value as they see fit. Your delusional thinking is a plague upon society and should be stomped out by any means necessary.

>> No.56161559

i honestly think ma-shops has some decently priced ones if you'd be okay with moderate quality like ms63/64. $300 for ms64 given the age and whatnot seems pretty reasonable if you really like the coin.


>> No.56161604

>Now they're $5-$6 everywhere.

>> No.56161645
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I'm a fondler so around AU-MS60 is what I'd be looking for, I've seen nicely toned examples in the grade I'd target sell for under $100 on ebay before. I don't want to pay retail so usually wait patiently for deals to pop up but I'll dig around ma-shops and see if anything catches my eye. Thank you for the links fren.

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The "Orientation" attribute is the only onw with a footnote [29]. That link for me on Chrome of Mozilla doesn't load anything but a blank screen.
Here's that tin image posted to /p/, and it displays the image correctly, even though Windows "rotated" it.
Orientation is sketchy with issues, and it's more than just exif.

>> No.56161696
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I got some Deutsche Marks. I'm surprised how nice their condition is overall, with luster and everything. Some are almost like new. Nice 925 coins.

>> No.56161858

i'm a simple man
i like my precious metals to be, ya know, metallic
not some fancy paper with micrometer particles of gold stuck in there

>> No.56161900

Your future is Costco. Handing over a 1/1000th goldback to a merchant enables buying a king-size candy bar and a canned energy drink from them. But if all you have are 1oz silver rounds, then you'll have to buy a small case of candy bars and a 4pack of energy drinks from them instead.

>> No.56161992
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So he does.

>> No.56162009
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you got the gold one fren?

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depends on the location and how much work your willing to put in, but you can get an ounce in a day with a highbanker (it will suck to do but it is doable).

>> No.56162041

well if we're in a future where 1oz of silver can only be spent at Costco, I'll be sitting pretty

>> No.56162056

panning isnt the way to make money prospecting, its just a testing tool for gold. You can do ok hand mining but its becoming increasingly difficult every year.

>> No.56162133

if you can get an ounce in a day on some public land it seems like more people would be doing it. so what's the holdup

>> No.56162136

he said gold, not the reddit mineral that tarnishes.

>> No.56162162

>if all you have are 1oz silver rounds
silver FUDer can't read, big shock

>> No.56162193

This only sounds like a problem if you're buying luch, and constitutional exists for that.

>> No.56162215
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simply put, the know how to do it was lost and only really started gaining public interest again in the early 2000s. There were always small groups of prospectors / old timers who were keeping the tradition alive but loads of info on different regions just dried up and vanished.
Just going and panning wont produce much, you have to actually find a worth while pay layer of gravel, or a good area of bedrock to work. Staking the ground and figuring out how to economically mechanical mine is the way to go, but will be nearly impossible in most places due to regulation.

>> No.56162221

I've legit no ideas how these things happen, but they keep happening every once in a while. I wont complain kek

>> No.56162345
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> .500
> weimar
That's some vile shit, my dude.

>> No.56162496

of all the times to not have money to buy silver

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>> No.56162643
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at least they aren't tiny like 3rds

>> No.56162645

>damn, that is one tracked coin


>> No.56162675

do you think it has a nano chip inside it

>> No.56162690

GPS and 5G, too. The most traitorous of silver.

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>> No.56162820

based gold kek buyer

>> No.56162827

hey is it time for our annual us government collapse again?

>> No.56162983


Yup. This is exactly what happened. We went from workers' solidarity to the current DEI / progressive stack grift because the 1% figured out that it was better for their bottom line to split the proletariat up, even if they had to pay some bribes along the way.

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>> No.56163144
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It's habbening!
My bank is advertising that they sell gold and silver on their front page!
I've never seen them doing that before!
(Also, they got insane premiums, like 32€ for an ounce of silver (Armenian arks) that you can find for around 26€ elsewhere and a similar story for gold, but still)

>> No.56163510

Ya'll dead af 2day frfr.

>> No.56163817

I don't get them for any reason other than
>1 It takes fiat out of the market and turns it into gold.
>2 I'm building a treasure chest to leave for my son. He doesn't know this.

>> No.56163966

Markets closed dummy

>> No.56163974
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Based treasure chest dad. I'm doing the same for my son.

>> No.56164020

I want at least one Mercury or maybe a few in different states, but I also want the Intaglio tribute to the design.

>> No.56164049

>inflation has been 5-10% for almost 18 months
>gold and silver about the same
how is this shit a hedge? i keep stacking but im thinking i fell for the meme
>the banks are manipulating the prices
then theres nothing we can do and it would be better to buy stocks

>> No.56164065

PMs for keeping wealth, stocks for growing wealth. Long-term perspective though, that's why you mix it.

>> No.56164067

You ever looked at stocks and seen what you've missed since you started?

>> No.56164114
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too much stock shilling in my /pmg/
frig off

>> No.56164126

Constant ups and downs anon, I lost 50% of what I've put in, only to gain most of it back in 3 years, I'm slightly ahead with PMs after averaging.

This was a good read anon, thank you

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>> No.56164205

new bread baking

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>> No.56164815
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Let's see your stack. I think you are full of codswollop.

>> No.56165603

very nice

>> No.56165610

last post of the thread

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>> No.56166815

I'd rather have something that's harder for to fake a die for. A lot of places can laser micro lettering on with Femto lasers, the brittania has a pretty cool feature on it where depending on the angle it shows a trident or a lock.

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