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Fyngoud 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: >>56511469

>> No.56523205

What’s the finish called on the asahi buffaloes? Frosted? I like it a lot

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Fondling pick related right now and it’s like white noise to the severely autistic. Asahi’s are my go to generics and I love them deeply; almost as much as my krugerrand waifu.

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What holidays should eventually get a memecoin? Christmas is already on the list

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哇這是一枚中國龍銀幣我喜歡那些你有5 秒鐘的時間告訴我你在哪裡買的那枚硬幣我現在必須擁有一枚如此酷的亞洲硬幣否則我自己就會漏水了

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>IQ didn't call out my fake chink king silverware yet
i am of disappoint

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>> No.56523392

Christmas is the GOAT considering it’s worldwide acclaim. Anything else and it will fall into different nations flinging shit because Boxing Day, like Canada, is gay.

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>> No.56523397

Kill Dozer or Skyking holiday.


Silver Scam Victims posting how they wasted their precious $$$$. They buy fake Chinese silver ware and brag about their 80% premiums, these scam bots want you to buy forks from your enemies and but will never post Losses! Kektop

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A sky king coin is an excellent choice.

>> No.56523416

>Kill Dozer or Skyking holiday.
Both of those are really good ideas

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>> No.56523430
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Silver and Gold

>> No.56523460

christmas, with the phrase, "I Hate the Antichrist"

>> No.56523464

what about "I Hate the Antichrist-mas"

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Updated the image too.

>> No.56523543

I’d like to ignore everything before 2000 anyway to do that?

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Good choice

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I've got the original if anyone wants it.

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crypto nerds will seethe

>> No.56523581

halloween, next year

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>> No.56523613

The period between 80 and 00 is soaking too much of the annualized return figure. After the hunt brother squeeze until the new millennia it remained low because that was an era of prosperity where derivative markets really expanded and prior to many tech applications that just didn’t exist. Now that industry is taking up 50% of supply and we’re entering into economic turmoil the likes of which we’ve never really seen. If you want to be honest with using that as an indicator I say it should be cut off 2000 and on.

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Ok that's fair.

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Is there anywhere to go Asahi stuff in ausfagland?

>> No.56523761

Eligible is bleeding HARD, close to -19Moz in few months!

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>> No.56523905

I picked up a tube of these. I quite liked them but other anons seemed to think the dragon looked goofy. Good pricing on them as well!

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Funny, I thought the dragon looked particularly great considering the Down’s syndrome in pic related.

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Thanks fren lmaoooo. Keep doing when you're doing and don't stop stacking.

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Holy. Those are comical. Yeah, the Asahi’s are far better.

I just scooped some pic related.

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>> No.56524003

I'd like to share some of our family traditions with you guys, that you might incorporate some of our ancient European rituals into your yearly celebration. My Wife's Grandfather and my Grandfather are both full blooded Irishmen.
The Irish celebrate Samhain, which is the middle point between the Autumn (equinox) and the beginning of Winter (solstice).

We believe that it is important to honor the cycle of seasons, and also that it is a special time where the veil between our ancestors (and other mischievious spirits) is at its thinnest.

To ward off negativity we carve pumpkins with images of our bounty (we carved chicks, and chickens this year, as our flock has reached 28 and we have so many eggs). We place these pumpkins at each of the entrances to our home and light them.

And for our ancestors we have our children paint the Irish Surnames of their grandfathers and paint vibrant colors, so that our ancestors may be acknowledged for the fruits of our collective labor. (these are placed in a big pile in front of our home).

To exploit the material and spiritual veil we engage in fortune telling by baking Barmbrack (Traditional Irish Raisin bread) and fill them with varying tokens a silver coin for fortune, a ring for love, a single hard green pea for comfort, black eyed pea for luck).

on Warmer Samheins we kindle our own fires, carry a flame from them, quench them, and unite in a larger fire. It symbolizes our unity and also serves as a burnt offering and acknowledgment to our ancestors.

I'm glad i could share this with you and I hope it inspires you to engage in the rituals of your European ancestors.
Keep Stackin!

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Damn. Thats based. I want to try the bread thing, why didn’t you post this before Halloween? consider doing the fire thing I have Irish too. Blessings to your ancestors bro!

>> No.56524048

is there a shop that has a better price than monument metals for the 10oz and 5oz 2024 elephant? $288/$153

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>> No.56524079

Are these the Chinese shills??

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I hope you guys get more freedom. Good luck!

>> No.56524100

I like them more than IQDELETE. The Chi-coms are at least fun and have good reaction images. If they actually post genuine pics of their PMs they can spew commie propaganda in Moon runes all they want. They're fun and not Jewish.

>> No.56524103

We have a big fire too, and drink beer (GERMAN!) I know we have some potatoes nigger in us. Great grandfather was Mcgeehee hehehe! Based nonetheless. He changed it to McGee to avoid racism lol, that’s what my grandma said. I want to try the bread, I have plenty of coin that I am happy to share!

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>> No.56524110

Well I have no idea what they are saying and I’m not going to translate

>> No.56524123

Fuck this shit. This is that racemixing anon with the chink wife I bet, sucking other cultures cock is gay

>> No.56524136

>They're fun and not Jewish.
And really, that’s all that matters.

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>Hey! Cool your jets Jackie Chan were here for a good time!

>> No.56524143

It’s cultural appropriation and colonization.

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>> No.56524153


Memorize this song or you aren’t Irish, Jack..

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愚蠢的美國猴子不會說中文,因為說中文需要三位數的智商,而美國的教育體系只能培養出這種低賤的吃屎的猴子。 多麼悲傷


>> No.56524166

Disgusting weeb. Kys.

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>Tsingtao beer, have you drank it before?
Haven't heard of it. Do they export it to the US? Would a Chinese ethnic market carry it?

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>Disgusting weeb. Kys.

Are we witnessing what happens when pandabros eat too much expired chinkslop in their quest for chinesium coins? Maybe if I eat enough expired Löwensenf hot mustard I'll become fluent in German, that'd be cool.

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哦,是的,愚蠢的白猴子再次展示了美國學校的愚蠢。 你在日本漫畫少女的佈告欄上發帖,卻傻到連日本的垃圾強姦島和中國富饒美麗的土地有什麼區別都不知道。 我可憐一個如此無知的人。

哦,是的,很多中餐館都有青島啤酒。 我想你會發現它令人耳目一新,文化豐富,我善良的美國朋友。 我的中國啤酒可以讓你度過很多個醉夜,而且不會有宿醉的感覺。 來自中國的愛!

>> No.56524242

Desu.my family is Christian and took my yugioh cards

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沒人跟你說話,愚蠢的德國人。 你操肥白豬,因為你是愚蠢的動物。 你讓穆斯林強姦所有的美女,只留下肥豬給原住民。 你應該感到羞恥。 下次坐下來小便時想想這一點。

>> No.56524266

based panda stacker
keep posting and making the ameriburgers seethe

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The detail is amazing. The one coin I don’t have is a germania; probably one of the highest premiums. Is this related to the same mint that makes germanias?

>> No.56524282

yeah, it's a germania mint coin: https://www.goldeneaglecoin.com/item/2023-golden-eagle-1oz-silver-5-euro-malta-coin-

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Leave it to the Germans to make amazing works of art. I’m stuck with weekly buys at the boomer antique shop’s coin section but will post my slurps soon. Middle of nowhere small town and they still had reichmarks lmao.

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謝謝好心的匿名發文者。 你也喜歡中國的熊貓幣嗎? 他們太可愛了。 看到這樣的錢幣,怎能不愛上中國的美麗呢? 現在是中國的就寢時間,所以我必須退休了。 不過我祝你好運和幸福。 我相信你的硬幣和銀幣會像熊貓一樣沉重,我的朋友。

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>i am of disappoint

Me too, you making him spend time digging around for alibaba screenshots he thinks are relevant but which only highlight how retarded he is was amusing. I think he got banned sometime in the past day though, either that or he finally roped instead of coped.

Anyway that set is fucking sweet bro, how long did you spend cleaning them up? That old continental silverware is remarkably beefy, normal place-setting spoons or forks weighing 80-90+g each is hard to get used to when we're accustomed to pieces which weigh just 1/2 or 1/3 as much. Anyway the wear on the fork tines making one side much shorter is probably just from being used and scraped against plates for many years. I've seen plenty of old sterling forks that were used for decades and display the same kind of unevenly worn-down tines, though the wear on yours is more dramatic than most. Maybe the people who looted and used them had low grade unglazed pottery plates or something like that which wore them down more than fine smooth porcelain or china would?

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Germania is ironically Polish. But Poles are God's true chosen people.

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No shit, really? Why the hell? Eh, I’ll take whatever autistic European devotion to a craft is required to make those silver pieces sing.

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i have a few panda coins myself
no gold ones though. maybe i should spring for one

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What foreign gold coins are the best for cheapies? It seems you can find some of them at way lower than usual premiums and they sure are less expensive than pre-33 American.

>> No.56524422

one thing you quickly learn here is that mints are never where you think they are

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>What foreign gold coins are the best for cheapies
20 Francs or Sovereigns.

>> No.56524439

2 threads in-a-row with knowledgeable anons. Well done

>> No.56524442

Germania is an ancient name for north central Europe. Poland is part of that area. It's like having an Albion Mint in Scotland or Wales, both of which are reasonable for the name.
As already mentioned, LMUs (Francs) and Sovs
Britannias if you want new stuff.

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Check out my new chucks.

I didn’t even lose 80% yet

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>that set is fucking sweet bro
Thanks scrapfren, i'm really glad i could score this one.
>how long did you spend cleaning them up?
Not much in truth, maybe 10-12mn? I used my bottle of Argentil for polishing, which is super efficient. And thank god it didn't take longer, because the petrochemical elements are pretty violent and tend to make my head spin after few minutes, like if i sniffed a 1L bottle of white spirit lol.

>That old continental silverware is remarkably beefy
Those are among the heaviest from my collection for this size, they weight around 94-95gr each. I noticed the weight is conditioned by the model. The "filets" (with a contour line) silverware are pretty much always around 90gr. But "uniplat" are often lightweighted, sometimes as low as 50gr!

You are probably right about the natural wear, i'd like to have the tines restored if it doesn't cost too much, but i'm not fooling myself, a craftman would probably charge me a fortune for it. Maybe more than what i bought it for...

Cute spoons in your pic. They are from the US? The ones with the floral theme kinda remind me of few early XXth art nouveau.

Btw fren, i'm contemplating acquiring my first antiquity coin. I'm thinking of this Ptolemee IX Soter II Tetradrachm if the price is nice, because i love this period of greek/macedonian occupation of Egypt. The condition is far from top notch, but it's fine for dipping toes. Is this a good idea?
What would be the max bid i should make to consider it a (very?) good deal to your opinion?

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flip side

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Nice chuck. I like the crown. Thinking about getting a lizzy with crown

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Post more gobbos with shinies to counter these chinks

>> No.56524611

Try going on pmsforsale,they usually sell 20 francs for less then dealers premium

>> No.56524635

>they weight around 94-95gr each. I noticed the weight is conditioned by the model. The "filets" (with a contour line) silverware are pretty much always around 90gr. But "uniplat" are often lightweighted, sometimes as low as 50gr!

Interesting, that's yet another thing to always keep your eyes open for. If a noob seller listed a dozen of them for sale without giving the weight, I doubt most people without direct experience would know they weigh around a kilo! Yes I'm sure the tines could be restored to original length by soldering extra pieces on, but you're probably right that it would be an expensive job. Still worth getting a quote though, if the set is authenticated as being genuine Louis XV it might be smart to fix them. The little matching demitasse spoons are sterling and I think they're from England actually, they're packed away so I can't verify though. And I honestly don't have a good sense of value or fair price for those later Ptolemaic coins, I have no idea if that paricular variety happens to be scarce or special for some reason but generally those later Ptolemaic tetradrachms aren't worth much. At a glance I'd assume it's something like a $125 coin, maybe under $100. Here's one you coulda gotten for under $30 kek: https://www.coryssa.org/2535972
Do some research on Coryssa to get a sense for the value of lower-tier ancients you won't see sold individually by fancy auction houses

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>Poles are God's true chosen people.


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i still need a zangief

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>i still need a zangief

You need a what?

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why are these so expensive?

>> No.56524702

>why are these so expensive?
Lower mintage than Jadwaifus, and I'd imagine that plenty were still in bank vaults when the Germoids invaded so lots likely got melted down too

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No love for plastic coins?

>> No.56524712

Silber? I know right you pay a 33% premium and then it goes down, down 3% this year, then you lose 10% to inflation so you lost almost 50% in 10 months. Why is silver so expensive?

What's funny about all you silver scam victims is you are trapped. You lost 80% already and over 400% compared to the stock market

If silver went up to $120 <it wont> you could sell and break even

If silver went to $670 <ROFL> you would be even with boomers who invested in the DJIA. <lmao>

But you won't sell because it's your whole life you will be a broke loser unless silver went to $100,000 and you could buy a virgin for 10 cents. Lmao that's what you were promised and what you believe.

So you are trapped. You are stuck with a lifetime of pain because you invested all your real $$$$ in a scam. You can't sell because that would be admitting you got scammed and you h8 me too much for telling you the truth and warning you. Emotionally and financially trapped its your whole life....your identity.

Lmao how did you get to this place? greed. You listened to a scammer and got greedy and wanted to get rich <and a gf> with no effort.

#Sorry not sorry no refunds

>> No.56524723

>plenty were still in bank vaults when the Germoids invaded so lots likely got melted down too
I was kind of thinking that. Really pretty outrageous for any that are in good condition. This guy doesn't typically overprice the german coins he lists. $700 for an ungraded one?... :|


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This stuff.

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hi iq. i wouldn't be buying that one to sell for its metal value. its as much as i paid for pic rel. i'd expect it to be much less. there's only 2 ms67 of this so 66 isn't super common

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Yet...... you looking forward to missing out on 10,000% gainz? Or is that skin condition terminal?

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I like these

>> No.56525012

>not precious metal
>peak funny money fiat from an issuer that isn't recognized as a sovereign territory
It's the literal antithesis of what we like, but it does make for a hearty chuckle while we fondle our real money.

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there *is* a bar behind it silly phoneposter. If you had a real screen, you could see the detail

>> No.56525167

Question to people with less than $50k whos stack is mostly gold.

Why do you stack so much gold?
There's only 7 times more silver being mined today.
Historically this has been a bit more like 8 or 9x.
However, a significant part of silver is lost (more so than gold) and half of the silver is in industrial use today and very large part in jewelery/silverware/old coinage.
Only a small amount is in bullion form whilst for gold that's not true.
The bullion ratio seems to be about 2 to 1 from most estimates I've seen.
Yet the Comex OI ratio is 13.4.

The price ratio stands at 87.
This means that the gold COMEX market in USD terms is only 6.5 times as big as Silver.
However, the mining industry is 12.5 times as large.
Available bullion is 44 times as large.

Anyway I'm bullish on gold, and I'm not saying silver will 100% definitely outperform, but I dont find it very sensible to allocate more of your portfolio to gold than to silver as long as your silver stack doesnt become unmanageable in terms of weight.

If you want to make an impact thought and give a F you to the system.
Clearly you should focus on silver.

>> No.56525187

Why would the backstop make me want plastic, unspendable fiat more? Aside from using them like POGs when I am bored, they are worthless in every sense of the word.

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Maybe the fun was in the normie half believing it?

>> No.56525211

Make sure you are aware that some are not 9999 gold. I only buy 9999 and then the coins with the lowest premium (i include shipping as part of the premium). In the end i pay 2 to 3%.

Noice, almost worth the 7% premium. Almost ;-)

Sweet coronation coin!

Based Han chink ;-)

>> No.56525306


In Europe you can get them for about 4%.
20Fr Leopold II belgium at 3.3%

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yes to hot goblin sex

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Should I buy a gold coin to start investing in gold?

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He was hafin a laff m8
you (((missed))) it I can tell
but ((((you))) got a ((((you))))
and I got to poast silver

>> No.56525805

you should start investing in silver.
At 87 ounces of silver per ounce of gold (one of the highest in history) it's silver that's cheap.
if you manage to get quite a stack then you should add some gold imo.

>> No.56525881

>At 87 ounces of silver per ounce of gold (one of the highest in history) it's silver that's cheap.
You assume the price was fair in the past. It wasn't, silver was overvalued.

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Yeah boi!

>> No.56525940

Yes. Many to choose from. Try to avoid fractional ounces unless you buy LMUs because the premiums are higher.

>> No.56526010

Why are yall worried about premiums all of a sudden? The consensus used to be that prices would go so high premiums didn't matter?

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bros i ordered a 5 pack of cigars and they accidently sent me a box of 5 5 packs

>> No.56526052

buy some sovs

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get some cocks

>> No.56526196

What goes up, must come down.
The thing about the stock market, is that it is highly manipulated...just like silver and gold prices... but, sadly, with the stock market, you own NOTHING, but a piece of paper... Cede owns the stocks, you do not. At least when metal prices go down, they never go down to zero. I've had several stocks tank, with no way out, and little to no warning. I can still go in my safe, and look at my coin collection, regardless of what the stock market does.

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New Sluurrp Lads

>> No.56526257

True, I don't think the pm market will be as manipulated soon. Or maybe just manipulated to the upside when its used as the backing for the new financial system.

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Over long periods of time metals basically go to zero since they pay no interest, no rent, no dividends.


>> No.56526400

No one can present a good reason to invest in shiny rocks because there are none so they make up the sky is falling bs to scare people. FUD

>> No.56526409

>Maybe the fun was in the normie half believing it?

I still give panda anon a 10/10 for creativity and effort, when it was just that first pic staged in a grocery store I was suspicious but still searched online to see if there was a chance it was real, kek.

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>I've had several stocks tank, with no way out, and little to no warning. I can still go in my safe, and look at my coin collection, regardless of what the stock market does.
Shills fears the truth. Stocks can go to zero, crypto can go to zero, but it's impossible for PMs to go to zero.

>> No.56526618

What would you say is the highest price point you'd pay for 1ox of silver in bullion form? I understand there's a premium when buying from mints and 3rd party sellers, but you can't find everything through them.

£19.19 per Oz, UK shops sell between £25-£29 but on eBay it seems £30-£33 per Oz are the best deals. It's more a hobby than an investment, but also not looking to lose huge amounts of money.

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Pretty we will be able to get stray anime girls for free. but only to good homes.

>> No.56526733

For 9999?
In Europe, spot + VAT + 3% max premium.
In the US, spot +3% max premium.

>> No.56526745

It's been 16 days since I've first tried to contact Bold about my missing order, with no resolution yet. No one is answering at Bold rn so, I assume it's a holiday in India or they're starting late. For some reason I paid with my debit card instead of a CC. Anyone ever have a charge reversed with their regular, regional bank?

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might drive over to the grocery store later and see what kind of free anime girls they're giving away today.

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have you contacted the shipper?

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金銀幣收藏家們早安。 祝你們今天幸福,像共產黨的光輝一樣閃耀。 中國是第一名。白猴子將成為我們的奴隸。

>> No.56526860

Yes, USPS advised me to file a claim, however the package was only insured for $100 and the order was $400. I spoke to the Indian sales reps at Bold several times, and they've assured me that someone will be looking at my order soon, then reach out to process my replacement claim. They've been telling me that since October 20th and no one from bold has called or emailed yet, nor is there any replacement order showing under my orders on the Bold website. One of the things I ordered isn't even in stock, another shows 15 available so...fuck em. I don't see them sending my shit at this point. I'm not one to leave nasty reviews, but I may do so in this case, if only as a warning to others.

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Sir, most humble apologies, I will set off right away to headquarters in Calcutta to seek down your package sir, again most humble apologies, Sir.

>> No.56527026

was the USPS unable to find the last known location of the package through the tracking history?

I had an order once that i thought was taking a long time. I made an inquiry with the USPS, using their tracking number, I think.
within a day they were able to inform me of the location of the package at one of their facilities.
seemed like it was just in limbo sitting there and once they made the inquiry, the package got moving again and i received it a few days later.

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We are diligently looking into the situation sar, thank you so much luv u
-Senior Bold CS Agent Specialist

>> No.56527043

just do the needful, you bloody basterds.

>> No.56527095

I did all that, spoke to the manager at my local post office etc...It's lost. Last scanned at a facility in TX on September 30th. Someone stole it, or it's legit missing, but USPS can't find it. Bold says they will replace or refund any missing packages, but no one with the authority to do so at Bold has responded to me yet, in 16 days, so...I'm not sure what else to do besides call my bank. I suppose I could leave a nasty message at Bold and hope a native English speaker does something? Idk, but I've never had an issue this bad with an order from anywhere, let alone a big "reputable" online vendor.

>> No.56527161

ok. yeah, that sucks. I'd be running low on patience by now too.
I'd probably try one more time to get through to someone at bold that's actually in the US.
at the same time i would right now be contacting my bank and demand the charges be reversed or something.

>> No.56527273

That's pretty shit. My PMs gets delivered my an armoured guard. I live in Australia so we don't see many people with guns down here these days.

>> No.56527295

I chose the shipping department and called back... fuckin Indians again, but this one claimed that they had already processed my replacement order and sent me emails about it. No fuckin emails from Bold except the regular spam sale stuff. Long story short, he gave me a new order number which doesn't show on the Bold website, then said they were waiting for some of the items to come back in stock. I asked him if he could ship the in stock items now as I wouldn't wait til 2024 for my order. He agreed to that and said he was sending an email with the info about the replacement order being sent today, and the backordered items, so we'll see I guess. I don't really believe him about the emails, but there is a chance my Gmail account auto blocks shit from Indian IP addresses or something and maybe I can't see it? Idk but I'll never order from there again.

>> No.56527386

Lmao at all the tards spending all their time and mental energy to lose $$$ on garbage rocks...oh no the delivery fee of $20 and premium of $400 for a commodity and it bought me nothing but worry. Of course you got scamn6matvmed

>> No.56527391

what a nightmare.
after all the shitshow that happened with shipping showdown forms the covid lockdowns and then the stories of increased parcel theft, and strained resources in shipping and labor, all logistics,... and now all the financial, banking housing, illegal immigration dumpster fire we have going on,..
ive really lowered my expectations for life in the future. anytime i order anything nowadays i half expect it to be delayed, lost or stolen. i feel lucky if ever get it.
been a few things i've ordered on amazon over the last year that just never showed, and amazon either shows them as delivered, or shown as shipped, but no delivery status. and amazon customer service is so shitty, there was no way to contact the seller or amazon directly. nothing but a circular loop to pages of FAQ bullshit, no way to send a report or message to the seller or amazon.
the future does not look bright

>> No.56527409

Haha I posted the captcha in the text field. I done goofed. Do you scam victims ever realize you done gooffed and lost all your $$$$$

>> No.56527464

Also, the shipping department seemed to have a better audio connection than the sales department, but it's still frustrating talking to poos on the phone. They can't enunciate certain words like "three" or
"Bar" and I feel like an asshole making them repeat shit so much.

If anyone from Bold is reading this: your prices aren't competitive enough to warrant shit CS from Indians. You're a disgrace to the state of Texas. Thanks for wasting my time and making me talk to streetshitters. I'll make sure none of my friends or family make my mistake of doing business with your company.

>> No.56527476

>God Emperor of Dune

>> No.56527487

i feel like calling up the order department saying id like to order $10k in gold, but actually i wont order form them because of this exact example of poor customer service.

>> No.56527514

Also, unlike PMs, the stock market is supported by massive amounts of credit.

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It's the ones you don't see that kill you.

>> No.56527551

Ya I doubt Ranjeesh would care honestly. I couldn't understand which items are actually being shipped today on the phone, but I assume at least my kinebar. Once I have the couple Scottsdale pieces I ordered (in December I guess?) I'll leave some reviews online. This was my 3rd Bold order and I only ordered from them because they had all the specific things in stock I wanted at that moment. Next time I'll either place seperate orders elsewhere, or just pay a bit more from a better dealer. Lesson learned.

>> No.56527589

>it does make for a hearty chuckle
Kek - Then it served its purpose!
Just a brightening of the day.

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I think it's just mild disappointment more than the design being bad. Still couldn't beat the price at the time for a tube.

>> No.56527657

Also while thinking of it, I offered to give the dothead from a bold a different email address for this confirmation he's supposed to send, but he assured me that he'd make sure his email today would go to my inbox, so I'm thinking they either: didn't send any emails, or they know that their New Delhi IP addresses get blocked sometimes and they'll use a VPN or whatever this time. That was a pretty weird statement about the emails that he made in retrospect.

>> No.56527667

never seen those before. i like it too. really limited mintage?

>> No.56527684

I'm somewhat out of touch with buying bullion for the metal's sake. In general I'd just look for good deals and go with those. Nowadays though, I'm drawn towards interesting pieces, and am willing to pay more for those.
ebay is special. It is not the place to buy for a stack, unless all other bidders are asleep at or away from the keyboard, or you're a scrap hound with commendable patience. Sellers have to charge more because they pay a fee to ebay, and someone has to pay shipping, too (don't forget to add that cost to your spreadsheet). ebay is more a palce to go when you're looking for a particular item that is no longer at any retail/LCS outlet.

>> No.56527685

My favorite part of the "precious metals " larp is that 109% of them lose $$$$... lmao not so precious eh?

>> No.56527702

>armoured guard
Wow - is that because you orders so much each time, or do vendors routinely do that even for tiny orders?

>> No.56527706

Is x6sla4Ub a bot or just a really bored shitty fudster?

>> No.56527707

This is the right way to think of it. Pms are a hobby , a fun way to lose $$$$ fast or slow depending on your preferences

>> No.56527777

He’s assuming the role of IQdelete. He’s a stacker.

>> No.56527780

Dunno. He went into my filter at his first post, when he outed himself as *that guy*, and I haven't seen anything of his since.
Life is too short to spend time with trolls.

>> No.56527783

This is a scambot created by MintScamAnon. Who recently increased his premiums from 268% to 368%:if you use his discount code FREN

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Seller seems to think that it's gold plated, but I don't see how. Matches exactly with a 1oz gold coin

>> No.56528050

It does sound weird. I thought Australia was still predominantly white and lower crime? I'm no world traveler, but I've seen openly armed guards with shotguns at low ready while someone fills an ATM, just never in a white country. Hell I bumped into a guy filling an ATM by my house recently and had a whole conversation with him while I bought lottery tickets lol (turns out cash isn't very popular these days and he wanted to sell his entire route of ATMs). Someone should make crypto ATMs that dispense silver rounds and gold bars without the direct cash fees. Put it close to coinshops and ask the lcs owners for a kickback lol.

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>Someone should make crypto ATMs that dispense silver rounds
>crypto ATMs that dispense silver rounds
>crypto ATMs
>dispenses silver rounds
Thank you very much for your valuable and well thought out suggestion. We will talk this over with the marketing dept.

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They come with a variety of year stamps.

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I guess you're less likely to get scammed when using somewhere like Chards. I was convinced it was a steal to get pic related for £20 as to my eye it was a gold coin and not gold plated, but Googled and it's clear there are fakes out there and if you think you're getting a deal on eBay it's most likely a scam.

I'll stick to reputable companies for stacking and pay more for coins I actually want. I factor in shipping into my spreadsheet, but it's more of a hobby that an investment for me. Only got about £10k's worth of silver.

>> No.56528266

It's rare to see a 1oz gold coin polished to that luster.
For every one that is, there are 5000 "GENIUNE Certificate of Authenticity 24k .999 GOLD (plated)" coins out there.

>> No.56528268

Seller says it’s 40mm
1oz Silver krug is 38.7mm
And 1oz gold krug is 32.8mm
So it’s either a fake, or the seller doesn’t know how to use a micrometer. Either way, it’s not gold.

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>crypto ATM

>> No.56528325

I'm not sure if you guys are aware of how much PMs are purchased with crypto...there's a reason some of the bigger online retailers started accepting Bitcoin and ETH, and there are some very popular Monero pm dealers. You can use your imagination on why it's a popular practice.

>> No.56528390

This is such a great photo. The 90 year long cycle has had ample time to instill normalcy bias, that all of the unprecedented wealth we think we have was not because of american hard work and ingenuity, but a literal credit card spending binge that was a literal looting operation of the world and paid for with American labor. We were part of the fuel being consumed. Even if we can renegotiate trading terms and the economy resume without mad-max, all of our debt-based ownership, benefits and insurance are all highly suspect. We will ALWAYS be enticed to buy back in to the system to chase yields and dividends. But once the band aid comes off reality will reassert itself. Assets with counterparty risk or settled on a margin basis and therefore leveraged will not be able to sustain these prices. Jobs exposed to leveraged assets such as medicine, higher education, and real estate will all suffer dearly. Welfare and government benefits will also suffer greatly once tax receipts collapse from student loans and real estate valuations imploding. All down the payment chain you will see the economy have to adjust to the changes. It's a nasty medicine and there is no avoiding it. We could have taken the gross tasting medicine in 2009 but instead we get the turkey baster full of hot sauce up ass.
Not my problem though. Physical based wealth will shine in these trying times.

>> No.56528557

Only small amounts. They only have pistols, it's not a full swat team.
Anything over $50k I think comes in an armoured vehicle. Looks a little aus though, basically a swat team delivering a package. If people see you're getting invaded that night.

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stop trolling

>> No.56529076

if you seriously thought you were getting an ounce of gold for £20....

>> No.56529137

In many parts of burgerland, open carrying a handgun doesn't turn any heads. The phrase "armed guards" conjures up mental images of men with rifles/submachine guns in my mind. I suspect many Americans are similar, so we were thinking of dudes with MP-5's or something walking up to your door with a little box lol.

>> No.56529161

Anon, we live in a world where organic cereal brands in the US give away pure gold and silver Chinese panda coins (up to 1 oz) free in each box of cereal. It's not unreasonable to think that Britbongs can buy 1 oz gold Krugerrand coin for £20.

>> No.56529166

It's not too late to change your hikikomori ways!

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>every opinion i don't like is trolling
What a unique and fresh perspective.

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>> No.56529238

>The Irish celebrate Samhain
Im Irish, Ive never heard of this.

>> No.56529244

Listen to Danzig

>> No.56529254

No. Gold and Silver were money prior to 1970.
Gold as an interchangeable reserve and silver as literal coinage material.
(gold as coinage material prior to 1931-1933 when production of the gold sovereign, 20 dollar, 10 dollar, 10 Guilder and 20 Yen all stopped)

However, only gold today still holds a monetary function as a 'floor fund' if you will to the fiat currencies, the dollar cant fall below a certain level of M2 or debt to gold because the US holds gold in reserve, similar for the Euro, Ruble, Yuan.

So for the past 50 years, silver has been completely demonetized whilst gold has only been partially demonitized.
I'm not saying that silver is going to see a larger role in the monetary system going forward but I'm saying that it is a possibility and that give silver more upside potential than gold.

I'm also willing to bet that there are more people that hold more than 50% of their stack in gold that would believe that silver has more chance of reaching 40-to-1 ratio than 190-to-1 than that there are people holding more than 50% of silver whilst believing that silver is more likely to go to 190-to-1 than it is of going to 40-to-1.

This is nonsensical and it is due to a culture that has been shoving silver systematically aside for the past 50 years because it currently serves no role.

>> No.56529298

To be fair, he said he was convinced it was a steal. Must've been a pretty convincing listing.

Buy the most well known gold coin on the planet for just 1/100th of the current price! No really, I'm an idiot and hate money. Buy 2 and shipping is free! And please, check out the auction for my sister's virginity below. I hid a 100 gram Pamp bar in her arsehole and I don't think she's shat yet today! (Gold bar removed from assay prior).

>> No.56529390

>unique and fresh

Funny way of saying retarded

>> No.56529792

Haha well makes sense. I live in the same state as the port Arthur massacre so no gun around here unless your a rich old farmer. My normal post service is an old guy on a push bike.

>> No.56529928

>because it currently serves no role.
It makes me hard, anon. Isn't that enough???

>> No.56529982

we have moved from a paradigm of using objects as a means of trade to using information. For people to agree to this move, we have to pretend that the information still represents objects. However that need has mostly disappeared, and most people born today are fine with using information to trade without the backing of any objects.

The next obvious step is to dispense with the objects entirely, and use information about a person or group's behavior as our means of trade, which we have also been doing for quite a while now and seems amenable to most people. The people and groups who don't want their behavior used as a basis for trade are also generally the same people we don't want benefiting from trade with us.

If this pattern continues, gold and silver will very likely be relegated to decorative and industrial use only, and the value of both will drop significantly. If however the method of using behavior as a basis for trade fails, gold and silver could very well become far more valuable. It's also possible that neither will happen, and humanity will continue using a mixture of objects, information, and behavior as the basis for trade. This outcome seems unlikely though since we are moving in a clear direction currently, and that direction will either work or fail. As to which outcome is more likely, all evidence points at this time to behavior becoming the basis for trade, and objects such as gold and silver being increasingly abandoned except by those people and groups least beneficial to trade. Crypto suffers the same problem but on a much larger scale, since almost nobody is trading crypto aside from criminal cartels, greedy individuals, and banks that seek wealth for its own sake. None of these groups are necessarily beneficial to humanity.

>> No.56530080

>time to behavior becoming the basis for trade
What does this mean?

>> No.56530130

currently you do a good deed (work) and your deed is judged by an auditor (supervisor) and you are given a number of electronic chits equal to the judged value of your good deed.

you may then take those chits and exchange them for real objects, with the caveat that what objects you choose will also be judged by an auditor (credit agency)

finally, if you get enough good boy points for long enough, people will allow you to collect chits for good deeds (work) you haven't yet done, and then sit back and let you do your good deeds for months or years or decades to earn the chits you have been preemptively granted.

all of these chits lose value if hoarded, and can be taken away from you if you do a really bad deed (crime) or several slightly bad deeds (misdemeanors), They can also be taken if you prove yourself incompetent to earn, manage, or spend them (bankruptcy, legal incompetence)

the chits are just a formality, information telling you how you're doing and how to optimize your good deeds and spending. They can at this time be gotten rid of. The metric is not necessary.

>> No.56530214

so in the real world, you punch in to work by walking through the door. Your biosignature is scanned. You do a certain amount of work within a certain timeframe to a certain standard, and you leave.

then you walk into a store and again your biosignature is scanned, and you are shown products your work allows you to afford. The price won't necessarily be visible, but if so it would likely be in hours of work, not dollars or troy ounces or whatever. You get your goods, you leave.

same with banking. If you've got enough work done to earn credit, you will be notified of that when you go shopping. No need to apply, you've earned it and we expect you to keep on earning it.

money never changes hands, it doesn't really exist anymore. You do work, you get things. That's it.

>> No.56530262

of course all the walking in this scenario is also fictional.

for the most part, this can all be done at your house from the comfort of your couch. You may not have to "go" anywhere to work, nor do you necessarily need to "walk into" a store.

we can already do all that from home.

>> No.56530304

What is the gun (metaphorical or otherwise) that would cause everyone to participate in this?

>> No.56530388

Getting rid of boomer managers and office "culture". I never want to step into an office again.

>> No.56530415

>paradigm shift bro
No we haven't shifted paradigms.
We are still on a gold backed system.
Only difference is we've moved away from $ = X gold to $ >= X gold where X is some ratio of $ in circulation and gold in the reserves.

The real paradigm shift is to understand there never was a paradigm shift.

>we'll use information
There needs to be a perfect arbiter of truth for that.
This will never happen. SciFi mumbo jumbo.

>> No.56530425

Since most westerners are already voluntarily participating in this system, it's very easy to identify the rewards and punishments of participation.

first it is the only system available in most parts of the world people want to live in. Second participation yields greater rewards than nonparticipation (houses, cars, mobility, phones, access to entertainment, etc)

the punishments for refusing to participate vary from not getting all that fun stuff, to being locked in a cage for long periods of time. Punishments are enforced- as you note- by participants with guns. Whose good deeds are locking up nonparticipants.

Ultimately the rewards are sex and reproduction, rather than just enjoyment of life. This is offset some by the fact that many people are unable or unwilling to participate, and they generally can manage to have sex and babbies anyways. Though usually not as successfully as participants within the system.

>> No.56530454

>Only difference is we've moved away from $ = X gold to $ >= X gold where X is some ratio of $ in circulation and gold in the reserves.
yes, that's what you're led to believe.
except in canada of course. They got rid of their gold and their money is chugging right along like nothing happened.
>There needs to be a perfect arbiter of truth for that.
it's not perfect, and it's already in place in the forms of your supervisors at work, your bankers, your governments, and the corporations that communicate between them.

>> No.56530501
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recently into stacking...
at first 1/5/10 oz silver coins and bars. then 2/2.5 gram and 1/10 oz gold.
i read descriptions before i buy. i have hearing about kruggerands since the late 1980's
>Gold Krugerrand Coin is made from 22 karat gold, or 91.67% in pureness.
wtf these fuggas charge same price for .9999 gold?
inb4 demand, premiums etc
that being said, i do buy .999 silver kruggies when there is a sale on premiums
lastly, kitco and some of these protect "your 401k" boomer sites seem to charge the most premiums while also charging for shipping and offering "safe storage" rentals kekekek
im buying from:
SD bullion - mostly
JM bullion - depends on premium sales
APMEX - coins that i dont see on the above 2 sites
EGAY - purchased a 1 oz silver pamp suisse "lady fortuna" as a gift probably wont buy from here again unless its something special
Fight me!
thanks for reading my blogpoast!

>> No.56530542

Ya, it's usually just the rednecks open carrying in my area, but it's certainly a lot more common in other parts of the country (where there are a higher percentage of rednecks lol). Us gentlemen make an attempt to hide our handguns under clothing or im pockets. It's seldom the people legally carrying guns that commit crimes so... except for the shithole states, handguns are like an accessory here, with only a certain percentage of people that will actually show them off like they're a fashion statement lol. It's actually pretty dorky in my opinion. Anyway, they've been trying to Port Arthur us for years so, I won't gloat about our gun laws or anything. I'm glad they're not taxing you to death on your PM purchases there.

>> No.56530588

based krugerrand op

>> No.56530720

>No we haven't shifted paradigms.
also, as I keep saying

everything I'm talking about has already happened. This is old technology and has been in use for decades. Longer than most people here have been alive.

the only reason you don't notice it is because you're still allowed to use older methods. Barter, or trade in dollars, or whatever you poor folks use. But the moderately successful people haven't touched physical cash in years, and don't want to. Let alone gold or silver.

and soon, since things like paper money and metals can be used for crime, and at best are only used by the very poor, they will likely become illegal, or inaccessible, or simply cease to exist in the public sphere. Along with privately owned crypto and other means of exchange that really only get used for crime.

>> No.56530986
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got a Chuck with some kind of flaw on the face from APMEX. does that add or decrease its value?

>> No.56531072
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addendum: i just popped my cherry on a gold coin.
>purchased this Austrian Ducat
Specs: 0.1107 troy oz @ .986 purity

>> No.56531188

I think someone just put their pubes in the capsule to dab on Chuck

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no, they are just leaning on the US same as Japan and the US is leaning on gold.
Also if you have 0 gold the equation is still $ > 0 gold so as long as your monetary policy and/or fiscal policy is sensible you wont drive your fiat currency to zero even if you do not have any gold or a currency of a country that has gold in your reserves.

But once your monetary and fiscal policy goes berserk (which is happening in most of the western world) you will inflate till whatever assets that make up your reserves rise in value to the extent that it in large part backs your debt/money supply.
>picrelated, orange 10% of gov debt divided by ounces of gold in reserves, blue 25% of gov debt divided by ounces of gold in reserves, i.e. gold reserve became 25% of gov debt in 1980, expect this to happen again when a debt spiral occurs.

ok "rich man" you keep your assets inside the debt ridden system and simply believe we can rise above it all because we're 'modern'.
I'll do my thing.

>> No.56531248
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no, they are just leaning on the US same as Japan and the US is leaning on gold.
Also if you have 0 gold the equation is still $ > 0 gold so as long as your monetary policy and/or fiscal policy is sensible you wont drive your fiat currency to zero even if you do not have any gold or a currency of a country that has gold in your reserves.

But once your monetary and fiscal policy goes berserk (which is happening in most of the western world) you will inflate till whatever assets that make up your reserves rise in value to the extent that it in large part backs your debt/money supply.
>picrelated, orange 10% of gov debt divided by ounces of gold in reserves, blue 25% of gov debt divided by ounces of gold in reserves, i.e. gold reserve became 25% of gov debt in 1980, expect this to happen again when a debt spiral occurs.

ok "rich man" you keep your assets inside the debt ridden system and simply believe we can rise above it all because we're 'modern'.
I'll do my thing.

>> No.56531287
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after the dollar crash we could go back to using clay tablets again.
gonna be comfy.

>> No.56531351

>monetary and fiscal policy
there is an increasing disconnect between trade policies and the finances of individual people. These are 2 separate realms, and we're approaching a point where so long as the individual works, and spends, the actions of the government regarding trade don't much matter, and the actions regarding internal money use also cease to matter since they are controlling human behavior rather than money supply.
>you keep your assets inside the debt ridden system and simply believe we can rise above it all because we're 'modern'.
I wouldn't call it a "rise," but the slogan "you will own nothing and you will be happy" is about where we appear to be heading. My assets don't matter because I won't own them, and the system has already been replaced whether we like it or not.

>> No.56531387

I mean how do you "own" something you can't legally defend with violence, and don't have power to protect within the legal system via wealth?

If you're not allowed violence or wealth, the only mechanism of ownership is license by the state or banks. Which is generally how things work right now.

>> No.56531547
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poastin the rest 'o mah stacks nibbas!
87 oz silver coins/bars total (chucks/aztec/Asahi/Kruggies/Maple leafs/Eagles and generic rounds
$5.00 roll 0f 90% dimes
$10 roll Kennedy halves (nostalgia)
Gold total grams on hand 5.61
1 gram Pamp platinum for a gift
>on order awaiting delivery: 2 gram .9999 and ducat i poasted above and Silver 11 oz
any tips/advice from long time stackers is much appreciated.
this is my first year of buying PMs how is black friday/Christmas sales?

>> No.56531550
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Goblins assemble!
we're going to make /pmg/ great again!

>> No.56531573

I just want that guy mintanon to know I'm coming to take his virginity if he doesnt deliver

>> No.56531576

The interest of the state, and banks, and law enforcement agencies, and insurers, and creditors, and spouses, and relatives, and people I may have harmed, and people I hire, is all pretty easy to see in property like houses and cars and such.

but with metals it's less clear. You can hide your gold or silver. Or you can destroy it. Or you can give it away or lose it.
However all those acts are already illegal in the US and other countries if some other agency, company, or person has or gets an owning interest in your property.
Say you borrow money and don't pay it back, and then hide your gold or silver in the back yard. This is of course a crime, and you will very likely lose your license and title to that gold or silver. If they catch you that is. But the aim of technology is to make it easier to catch you, not harder. We are moving from a system where ownership is technically possible even when illegal, to completely impossible if illegal. That will predictably result in first the regulation of such assets, and if allowed to continue, the complete outlawing of them.

>> No.56531587
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Drop some good stacking tier lists like pic related, need motivation

>> No.56531618
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that's too a big gap between grizzled stacker and professional stacker

>> No.56531715

my parents think im wasting fiat toilet paper by buying real money that is silver and gold and think im a 'paranoid prepper', i regret showing my power level. Its not like they are forcing me to sell, they think i can 'invest' it better even though i explained its not an investment, its real money. it bounces off their heads.

The only positive thing they said was "at least its not crypto scam stuff son"

>> No.56531724
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Here's a rendered version.

>> No.56531739

>I mean how do you "own" something you can't legally defend with violence
what kind of dystopian nightmare do you think we are heading to with thunderous applause by the (muslim) masses?
You will be able to legally defend your home and by extension whatever you keep in there.
Or a bank or safety deposit box lender will be legally allowed to defend it's business.
You sound like you sniff your own farts.
Is this an AI i'm talking to?

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>> No.56531746

Do anons add new cheapies to their stack in a particular way? Blessing new cheapies with holy water. Adding to an excel sheet. Etc.
I usually fondle and mire them for a while before trying to find a cozy place among the rest of the stack.

>> No.56531766
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>I usually fondle and mire them for a while before trying to find a cozy place among the rest of the stack.
that's all i do

>> No.56531774

the main reason people stack is because they know that's not true. We are very clearly heading towards a US without private gun ownership, extralegal assets, traditional property ownership, unrestricted travel, etc.

this trajectory may be stopped by an act of the people, but most people seem to be going along with it just fine so far. You might not see it if you live in a part of the country that resists these changes, but it's already happening in the rest of the country, and the rest of the country is perfectly capable of at least trying to force you to obey.

or just doing what they're already doing- inflating their money so they can afford to buy you out of your area, which they then take over with their authoritarian system.

>> No.56531790

These retards think we are heading into the apocalypse and the only thing that will save them is flushing away all their wealth on shiny rocks.

That's the genius of MintScamAnon. He deserves the huge premiums he extracts , maybe even more. What a great salesman!

>> No.56531806
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thank you for the premiums mintscamanaon!

>> No.56531934

They could be buying something useful for their imaginary aopLOLolypse, like tunafish, weapons, water purification but nope. Shiny rocks! They think starving people will want those.


>> No.56531943

>because you can't be doing both

>> No.56531994

Kek. This is such weak demoralization posting. Go glow somewhere else.

>> No.56532017
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let's all help out this wise anon buy poasting moar valueless rocks...
>me first

>> No.56532023

I actually can't believe people have no idea what's happening.
This has happened SO MANY TIMES in history, and we were specifically warned about it THE WHOLE TIME... and people are still literally clueless.

>> No.56532068

I'm simply describing what is currently happening, and you know it. Because you're betting it isn't sustainable. And that's fine. Over a long enough time period it will certainly collapse. Whether you have any metal or not at the end of that time period remains to be seen.

but even if you don't, there's plenty of metal in the dirt still. It's not like you couldn't go get it.

>> No.56532076
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oy vey!
>useless, sheeny rocks of no value
just stop buying them, you filthy taxpayers...

>> No.56532122

Imagine being of the opinion that shiny rocks are worthless and then consequently investing your time trying to persuade shiny rock enthousiast that they're wasting their time and money on something worthless

>> No.56532133
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Reminds me of M.Bison's stage from Street Fighter 2.

>> No.56532137

>think im a 'paranoid prepper'
You are. We all are. It's just a question of whether we'll be proven right within our lifetimes or die while we're still seen that way.
>The only positive thing they said was "at least its not crypto scam stuff son"
This is still based, but there's a reason I tell no one about the stack.

>> No.56532198
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i remember reading about a time when Silver was good enough for the chosen ones...
>nowadays, they are just shiny rocks
Never forget about a bag of 40 silver shekels that a Judas goat was payed to betray a Leader.
I hate these faggots like you wouldn't believe
side note: *the only rapture Evangelicals are going to experience is the piano wire lifting them upside a lamp post...

>> No.56532431

we used to cut fingers off of criminals, or tattoo and brand them. That way people knew at least a little who to trust and who to avoid. But since you couldn't always be sure, we had to use honest money. Money that generally couldn't be faked.

now we have the ability to not only track everything a person does, but we're actually already doing it. In that situation the money doesn't need to be honest or valuable, just the information about people does. History had the rudiments of this sort of system, but it also never saw the scope and size of this system. As long as we allow constant, detailed surveillance of everything we do and buy, we are operating in a system history unlike anything history has seen. And how a completely new system behaves isn't necessarily predicted by history.

>> No.56532447

Sweet fetch - congratulations!

>> No.56532469
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they are still tamping down silver

>> No.56532621

>they are still tamping down silver
Just keep it up for a little while longer
By Thanksgiving I should have enough saved up to get those five ounce bat coins for my nephews

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Does the Silver Surfer get any love here?

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A wild MintScamAnon appears. He posts stuff like this without his tripfag, shilling and attacking
anyone who isn't in the silver scam swindle cult.. and then later when he's ready to harvest your wealth with huge premiums he turns it on......in pic related he done goofed. Oh well no one's perfect but mintscamanon comes close

His new crusader coins are coming out soon for the low low price of $86 plus tax , shipping and handling......Use PrEmIUM code FREN to pay and extra 35%

>> No.56532868
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any silver is good silver

>> No.56533061

What’s the best music to listen to when playing with your stack?

>> No.56533076

Arguably one of the stronger superheros

>> No.56533194
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I put on “MGS4 Was A Mistake,” smoked cigarettes, and drank coffee at 2 AM completely reorganizing my stack. Happiest I’ve been in months.

>> No.56533246
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Getting paid on the 10th, will post pics of my slurp after a trip to the boomer antique shop with the coin counter.

>> No.56533312
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sreetips refining goldbacks:
10x 50/1000 goldbacks (1/20th oz each, 1/2 oz total)

>> No.56533490

Kektop, people think I'm crazy when I point out these scam victims love losing all their money, but look at this choade ecstatic that hes playing with a pile of rocks he lost 80% on so proud he has to share it with everyone shouting I'm a loser as tears of joy drip off his pasty skin

>> No.56533717

I had a Libertard in my last order for the booba and I feel cheated. Where are her nipples?

>> No.56533718

he's ok i guess

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>> No.56533768

I'm happy to be one of the anons who egged you on to buy that

>> No.56533847
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I’m happy that you did too fren.

>> No.56533997

I hope it keeps dropping until I’m able to slurp BIGLY on all the black friday deals. Haven’t bought for months to save up for it.

>> No.56534016

God I wish I could buy some more but found out my comfy WFH job ends in December today

>> No.56534033

i want the 1/2oz again now. those are proofs, right?

>> No.56534040

start looking for the next job now. don't wait till december

>> No.56534045

Already looking. looks like the WFH market is drying up and I'm not going back to an office. Wish me luck.

>> No.56534059
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Hey Bob, can you post that old pic you took of your c. 1896 "Free Silver" movement related buttons tokens and ephemera? All I have is a niggardly repro pin, I need some motivating inspiration from that sweet collection of yours.

>> No.56534615

Proofs indeed. 1oz, 1/2oz, 1/4oz, 1/10oz, and 1/20oz.

>> No.56534903

where the FUCK
is my god damn FUCKING crusader
i bought it back in FUCKING FEBRUARY!!!!1111111

>> No.56534966

Damn and I thought waiting for the Atoya coin was bad. I'm never getting a meme coin again.

>> No.56535052

No refunds :)

>> No.56535098

There's no other context in this post other than what you want others to see so it's a moot point

>> No.56535168

With frens like you helping him lose money he is will be poor forever, but at least he's got pictures to post on pmg PoorManchildGeneral

>> No.56535187

Lol IQ is a poor

>> No.56535201
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Plot twist : IQ own 2500oz of silber

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So then by IQs own admission, he is poor. I win fren

>> No.56535257

So I don't know what to think of that. I just went to Whole Foods, then coincidentally to a Trader Joe's, both places having the Panda cereal, but no coin prizes. Not sure what's going on, but...

>> No.56535271

How embarrassing that someone thinks I'm dumb enough to invest in an asset that doesn't pay interest, rent or dividends

>> No.56535286
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first pic isn't directly free silver related, but Leadville being the largest silver producer in the world at the time was very much behind the free silver movement. Both the miners and the mine owners had a very direct interest in supporting silver. So when the Sherman Act was cut the wages of miners also got cut. This resulted in a strike for higher wages. The owners couldn't take the loss so they brought in both scab workers, the national guard to protect the scabs, and a number of gunfighters and killers to spice things up.

In the resulting gun fights a number of people died, several mines were lit on fire, and ultimately the miners sabotaged the mines by shutting off the pumps. This resulted in most of the mines flooding.

what they didn't know is the owners weren't bluffing. They were going broke. So they never pumped those mines out. They closed them.

the town quickly died.

in 1896 the town put on a carnival to try to raise money and get some tourists in. They built a huge castle out of ice with ballrooms, skating rinks, towers, sledding, restaurants, art galleries, the whole works. And people did come. It was hugely successful until one of the hottest and earliest springs on record destroyed it.

after that the town was largely abandoned.
These are some of the souvenirs of that carnival. In 1896. Three years after the repeal of the Sherman Silver Purchase Act, and very shortly before the death of the town.

>> No.56535298

>year typeset in Arial
Only niggers fall for that shit lmao

>> No.56535328
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Can you try to make your libtard pic more aesthetic it looks like mutt trailer trash tier. Get rid of the cardboard box and the cheap wooden case and the Chinese plastic

>> No.56535362
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I love the libertarian stack, and the celluloid pinback repro. Free silver is an interesting idea.

this is probably the pic you're actually after.

Leadville strongly supported the Free Silver movement, so it's no surprise to find Free Silver pamphlets in my great great grandparent's junk. My family has a long history of supporting silver money. I still support it, but I very much doubt to see it in my lifetime again.

>> No.56535370

fucking WOT?
t. ausfag
t. hasguns

>> No.56535371

the interesting thing about this pamphlet
is the price.

It cost 15 cents at a time when the average wage for a 10 hour day of work was about a dollar.

at about a dime per hour, this was about 1.5 hours of work. Or about $37 in today's wages in Colorado. This was not a cheap pamphlet, it was a donation to the Free Silver movement. A pretty big one. 4 issues could be had for a donation of a buck, about $200 in modern moneys.

>> No.56535390

of course silver miners in 1894 made three times the national average wage. $3 per day.

this is still true today. Not for wagie miners, but for contract miners such as those working back then.

I'm a contract miner. I make about $1000 per day. A bit more than three times the national average wage.

>> No.56535412

>I'm a contract miner. I make about $1000 per day
PAN MAN will know, there is a name for contract miners.

we're called "gypo miners." a racist term referring to gypsies. Because we go in, do a third of a job, cut corners all over the place, often leaving unsafe conditions for those coming in after us, and we take the money and run. Like gypsies.

In modern times we don't operate like criminals, but the fees we charge are perhaps criminal. However the work we do is valuable enough that silver mining companies both large and small keep right on hiring us. Gypo miners are an important part of mining ecology. And usually a pretty wealthy slice if they're any good at it.

>> No.56535466

What this means to the average /pmg/ person including IQDELET is that every time you pay $25 for an ounce of silver, almost $9 is going directly to big bob and contractors just like him

I don't make money selling you coins. I make money mining silver. And I make a shitload of money.

>> No.56535504

>I don't make money selling you coins. I make money mining silver. And I make a shitload of money.
IQDELET loves to bitch about premiums

he has no idea what mining actually costs. So he bitches about pennies while mining companies like me are raking in dollars

IQDELET is the biggest fool in the thread. crying about coin dealers while mining contractors fuck him in the ass.
He's a useful idiot.
He deflects attention from the real cost of silver, which is of course big bob and mining co. admins.

>> No.56535531

even if you pay a 300% premium, most of your money went to big bob or a mining company just like his.

Mazel tov

>> No.56535582
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go to bed bob, you are drunk, again...

>> No.56535592

>most of your money went to big bob or a mining company just like his.
you could take EVERY FUCKING STACK EVER POSTED HERE and hand it to me and it would be a useless fraction of what I've made mining precious metals in the last 30 years.

your stacks wouldn't even cover my payroll. I've spent more money in the last year than most of you will ever earn in your lives. That is mining. That is the price of your metals. You stack a million dollars in metals and you've paid a real person to mine rocks for 5 years.

these are the simple truths. You buy an ounce of silver for $25 you pay a miner to work for 10 minutes. Or maybe you paid for his smoke break. Or to piss in the dry. The truth of mining doesn't line up well with the reality of buying metals. Those metals came from somewhere, and the people mining them got most of your cash for the work.

>> No.56535597

>go to bed bob, you are drunk, again.
I don't post here if I'm not drunk.

/pmg/ is a bit surreal for a metals miner.

>> No.56535603
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My favorite fondlers, 20 asahi 1oz bars and 20 5rm coins. So comfy to listen to those bars clink

>> No.56535607

Brother. What you’re saying can apply to literally almost any product or commodity. What is your fucking point?

>> No.56535625

>What is your fucking point?
that IQDELET bitching about seconds is a useless faggot compared to bob collecting hours.

that the real economy of your ounces is vulnerable to the expected economy of cyanide, bacteria, and electrolysis

that most of what you guys are paying for is not mining, but green initiatives and racial incentives

that the actual cost of silver is very cheap, and like IQDELET says, most of the cost you are paying is going directly to your enemies. Jewish not so much. Progressives absolutely.

>> No.56535642

> most of the cost you are paying is going directly to your enemies.
Most of the cost of literally anything goes to paying the people who produce or extract it. No fucking shit. That’s part of the cost of everything, the labor to bring it onto the market. That’s literally no different than kvetching about people buying a gallon of milk and screaming that most of their money goes to the fucking dairy farm workers and managers and that the milk alone is actually very cheap. Again, what is your fucking point?

>> No.56535660

>Again, what is your fucking point?
good lord god fucking shit

the people you are paying are directly opposed to the vision of your purchase.

you are paying your "enemies."

in that the interests of the people you are paying are directly opposed to your own interests, and the money you are paying them is sufficient to defeat you

>> No.56535674

> you are paying your "enemies."
According to you most of my money is going to the people extracting the silver from the ground. So my enemies are silver miners and their management?

>> No.56535683

>So my enemies are silver miners and their management?
you tell me
I've made tens of millions off people like you and I don't even like you.

I could stack more metal in a week than you can in your life. But I think you're a moron so I don't bother.

your call

>> No.56535710

> and I don't even like you.
You don’t have to like me. You’re performing a service and are getting paid to do it, whether or not I purchase the product of that service has no effect of whether or not you get paid. Most of the money you’ve been paid came from defense companies anyway. So why it bothers you so much ( someone who actively benefits from the purchases and prices of silver) that people stack silver, I’ll probably never understand. Maybe you’re drunk, maybe you’re stupid, or maybe this is all one big larp.

>> No.56535724

According to you, you don't have any money you have to save up to buy a few ounces of metal you are really irrelevant, , can't defeat JP or the FED or come, premium grabbers won't make much off you but it's not like much silver is mined to get silver it's a byproduct of useful metals. Kektop you and Bob and panboy and mintscamanon
and ashtraygirl wouldn't know that because unlike me yall aren't mining executives

>> No.56535740

>Most of the money you’ve been paid came from defense companies anyway.
most of the money I have been paid has come from Freeport MacMoRan.

a copper. silver, and gold company apparently.

you don't bother me. You pay me

thank you. I appreciate the pay. I am rich beyond anything you can imagine.

>> No.56535764

Oh so it’s a larp. Got it.

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>> No.56535822

can you read sideways, love?

>> No.56535850

you mention DoD and whiskey so you know who I am anyways.

most of my money comes from mining companies, not the feds.

most of what you guys pay for silver or gold goes to people like me.

it is what it is. You want metal, I want to be a millionaire. So we work out a price.

I appreciate what you've paid me. I won't use it to stack metals because those are free in the dirt for anyone that wants them. But I do appreciate the living. It's been a good living so far.

>> No.56535892

Well I’ll be. Someone who isn’t just totally full of shit.
> most of my money comes from mining companies
And where do you think their money comes from?
> I appreciate what you've paid me.
I can say the same exact thing if you’ve ever eaten food lol. Really doesn’t matter from where either.
>those are free in the dirt for anyone that wants them
Hey, let me know where I can find refined silver and gold bullion in the ground and I’ll be there lickidy split.

>> No.56535897

>And where do you think their money comes from?
you mostly
>Hey, let me know where I can find refined silver and gold bullion in the ground and I’ll be there lickidy split.
read my posts

>> No.56535900

> you mostly
Oh okay so maybe not a larp, but definitely stupid.

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The american pantheon represents cringe

>> No.56535916

>definitely stupid.
silver has about 50% real demand and the other half investors like you
gold has even less industrial use

most of what I mine goes to you or people like you.

>> No.56535953

Less than 20% is for physical investment. What are you even talking about. Most of it is for industrial, photovoltaic, and photography.

>> No.56535959

industrial includes jewelry and coin collecting.

guess which categories /pmg/ falls into.

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> industrial includes jewelry and coin collecting.
It doesn’t

>> No.56536016

then you've just defeated the investment thesis of the thread by implying that 81% of uses are stacked against them.

>> No.56536040 [DELETED] 

Wow you really are retarded. I didn’t know Freeport Mcmoran hired contractors from opportunity enterprise.

>> No.56536060

not just freeport.
I've done work for newmont, asarco, grupo, jacobs, Thyssen, anglo, and every single government agency you can imagine and a few you've never heard of.

in reality you are the retard and I am the millionaire that hires you.

>> No.56536358

anyways I hope you didn't actually get b& for talking to me bro

hoping you deleted your post by yourself

if jannies took you out I think that's a bit lame. C'mon guys, he didn't say anything against the rules.

have a good night all. Stack your silver and gold. Jesus said to store up treasures in heaven, not on earth. But what did he know anyways?

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>> No.56536465

ever notice that one is always the original and one is always the copy?

and the copy does 1000000000 times worse than the original?

it's a freakin mystery, I tell ya what

>> No.56536466

>backed by nothing
I wouldn't call the full force of the state and its need to raise taxes nothing

>> No.56536473

the state doesn't need to raise taxes when they print the money

but you're very close
>the full force of the state
there it is

>> No.56536577

When I go out to eat I DEMAND my steak at the current price of beef on the Chicago Commodity
Exchange. Otherwise it's Jews trying to screw me!

>> No.56536993

printing money is just a form of indirect taxation