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/pmg/ - PRECIOUS AND LUXURIOUS METALS GENERAL.
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>>41857820
this isn't the best bake friend. There's supposed to be a copy pasta to start everything.
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>>41857916
nevermind that. more importantly, this is the Luxurious Edition [edition]
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you do put your precious metals in rococo silver platters/bowls, correct?
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>>41857820
based piggie gold
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perhaps some cream with your sugar, sir?

Jokes all aside, it would be wise to invest in these antiques before bubbas hoard the very last plate and spoon and throw it all inside a refinery to make a big ass kilo bar. The art and the class must be conserved, anons!
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>>41857820
Just got my first 1oz coin. Feels so heavy.
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threadly reminder
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>Why Gold?
https://youtu.be/i3S4rl6ehiI [Embed]
https://youtu.be/gksenA5Al_A [Embed]
https://youtu.be/FI7NnOg2rxo [Embed]

>Bullion dealers
https://jmbullion.com/ (US)
https://goldsilver.be/en/ (BE/EU/UK)
https://www.chards.co.uk/ (EU/UK)
more at: https://pastebin.com/gZfZHtNE

Russian/European coins
https://oldsilver.ru/ (EU/UK/US)

>Constitutional/"junk" silver info
https://jmbullion.com/ultimate-guide-to-90-silver-coins/
https://kevinsworkbench.com/junksilverguide/
http://coinflation.com
http://coinapps.com/

>Compare
https://findbullionprices.com/ (US)
https://eu.compare.pm (EU)
https://www.gold.de/aufgeldtabelle/ (DE/EU)
https://goldprice.eu5.net/ (UK)

>News
https://kitco.com/
http://silverseek.com/
https://mining.com/

>Bullion tax info by state:
https://apmex.com/state-sales-tax-information

>Prospecting
https://youtu.be/ZCL6FKQZyoM [Embed]
https://usgs.gov/energy-and-minerals/mineral-resources-program/science
https://gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/farming-natural-resources-and-industry/mineral-exploration-mining/documents/mineral-titles/mt-faqs/faq_fmc.pdf
https://mndm.gov.on.ca/en/mines-and-minerals/mining-act
https://amazon.ca/Gold-Creeks-Ghostowns-British-Columbia/dp/088839988X

>Test
Nitric Acid, Magnets and Ping Test
https://youtu.be/3mg9YcAShTo [Embed]
https://youtu.be/NgSXg-WOEVY [Embed]
https://youtu.be/2ymGAyKAg-k [Embed]
https://fakebullion.com/index.php/resources/fake-bullion-database
https://fakebullion.com/index.php/resources/identifying-fake-bullion

>Relevant information regarding mining companies
https://pastebin.com/5aLmWUUK

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>>41858021
>you do put your precious metals in rococo silver platters/bowls, correct?

Why yes anon, how could you tell?
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>>41857820
Is Walmart jewelery worth it? Lots of sterling necklaces at my local one.
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>>41858192
based
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>>41858200
275 for those
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a beautiful elegant letter rack for all of the anons who mail you physical shitpostings
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>>41857820
What are good hiding spots for 500oz+?
Attic?
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>>41858078
grats
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>>41858334
that's a nice one i would buy that
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What are the chances that the leafs will nationalize PSLV, considering they have zero gold reserves?
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>>41858411
>go to whole foods
>order steaks from the butcher
>save butcher paper
>wrap metals in butcher paper and tape it
>put in deep freezer under frozen foods at the bottom
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Fren coins check in
/kd/ here!
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My body is ready
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>>41857820
silver moons
get an alert from SD Bullion
>the coin design you wanted is back in stock
fuck you sd bullion
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So this might be impossible, but any recommendations on gold coins or gold backs that can be purchased for $50 or less?
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>>41858921
Sure buddy...1/20 gold coin kek
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I’m I rich yet?
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>>41859021
I used to buy up 2 mexican gold peso coins (~1/20 or .05 toz) but they're going for double spot right now... It's the only reason why I'm asking in the first place.
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>>41858072
>throw it all inside a refinery to make a big ass kilo bar.

Just one? Most silver items out there are nothing special and only made more desirable and liquid by refining, but the high quality pieces absolutely should be preserved and enjoyed. The great aesthetic potential of silver is showcased beautifully in well made objects. I'm not a big fan of .800 but anything from .826 on up is very pleasing to look at. The .826-.835 silver is bluer or "cooler" than the warmer luster of sterling but very classy IMHO. You definitely won't be disappointed with having some big beautiful pieces of quality antique silver gracing your home.

>>41858411
I prefer buried deep on your property, with plates of junk metal or big pieces of cast iron buried above and around in the vicinity to mask the signal and discourage potential detectorists.
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>>41858021
i wish i had some silver bowls and platters, goblets and the like
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>>41859177
scratch that, now triple or quadruple spot
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>>41859210
Like this?
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>>41859210
so you would say something like this screams to be scrapped, or preserved?
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>>41858192
whoa i thought that was the Millennium Falcon for a second there
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>>41859326
some of them are pretty affordable. Go on Ebay.
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>>41859417
Nice work on the jewelry you've been making, didn't you make a Cuban(?) link chain too? I've done some basic casting but nothing fancy, keep it up you seem good at it.
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I would say that I finally found a dildo that would pleasure the ass for OP...but I don't want to shove it up my own ass. I'm sure those copper stackers out there would appreciate this though, as they seem to fit the bill.
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>>41859434
Just from that pic I'm not sure. It looks like the repousse was done by hand but if it's all the same gauge sheet metal right up to the edge it's lower quality, kinda hard to explain but the better pieces had thick heavy rims whereas more standard pieces had hollow rolled edges or thin/sharp abrupt edges.
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>>41859755
I know what you mean. The edges typically were separate pieces that were melded together to the main dish, typically the handles being much more thicker and much more artistic in their designs. Before I moved from Missouri, I went to the Saint Louis Art Museum. After comparing it to Texas, it was surprising to see that Missouri's museum had an extremely elaborate collection of extremely gaudy sterling silver sets. It was so impressed, that nothing I can find on Ebay can even compare.
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>>41859842
It was so impressive*
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evening all, Au and Ag did well today, hopefully there isnt an instand slam down tomorrow!
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Social Securitty raised YoY cost of living to 6% today, implying inflation is here.
If there is 6% inflation, that means interest rates need to raise.
Low interest rates are the lifeblood of zombie businesses and, more importantly, REAL ESTATE.
Is this the needed needle for the everything bubble?
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>>41859872
see if we can hold until Monday at least, always nervous after a pump now
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>>41859842
>nothing I can find on Ebay can even compare

I'd like to, but haven't visited any museum silver exhibits before. I bet this enormous Tiffany set would be worthy for such a display though.
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>>41860245
Yes that would definitely match the rest of the collection.
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>>41860211
>see if we can hold until Monday at least, always nervous after a pump now
>2022 tiger

You already know what'll happen on Monday, don't ya traveler?
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>>41860531
What’s happening Monday?!
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>>41860637
the inevitable paper slam anon. Precious metals are the most manipulated market in existence.
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Thoughts, anons? Is this a rip off?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/353655288982?hash=item52577f7496%3Ag%3AlhkAAOSw7v1hKnkK&LH_BIN=1
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>>41859920
No one? I unironically am thinking the next step of inflation is deflation.
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>>41858468
Governments and central banks unironically could not give the slightest fuck about silver because it's not valuable and not dense. Most human beings couldn't even carry 1000oz of silver which is what, $20,000? They don't care.

A billion dollars of gold could easily fit into the trunk of a car and that is a huge problem for them.
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>>41859920
>Is this the needed needle for the everything bubble?
maybe
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>>41860752
Thank you for confirming maybe there are 2 sane people in clown world today.
>Cost of living goes from zero per year to 6%
>Interest rates go from 2% to 6%
>No new buyers can afford the monthly payments
>House prices plummet.
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can we poast more gold? here's deutschanon's stack
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>>41860732
>A billion dollars of gold could easily fit into the trunk of a car and that is a huge problem for them

Nigga, someone with 17 tons of gold in the trunk of their car isn't going anywhere and certainly won't be a problem for anyone but themselves.
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>>41860814
Maybe, Maybe they're just trying to keep the whole system slowly moving along to prevent the krack-up house economy
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>>41860666
cheaper metals to buy? lets go
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>>41860679
bumping this question, maybe I can ask for $50 cheaper?
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>>41860666
>>41860888
Checked. Looking forward to discount silver on Monday!
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>>41860876
'Maybe' is the most appropriate answer.
We'll see. My understanding is low rates and free money is the only trick the Fed has left in its back pocket, which is failing if inflation is 'real'.
I wouldn't care if I weren't thinking of purchasing a home in the next year or two.
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>>41858078
based. there's nothing quite like holding a solid oz of gold. a 10oz silver loaf comes close, but the exp is tainted by the fact that 10oz of silver is only worth about 15% of a fat gold oz
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>>41860954
We're looking now, and putting everything else into bullion. We don't trust the market OR cash. Better commodities/homes and be in negative equity than see all the numbers in the stock market go to 0.
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>>41860666
You forgot SilverSqueeze 2.0 is this weekend
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>>41859210
Sterling is 92.5%, you seem to be implying it has a lower silver content than 80%.
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>>41860679
Note that the weight of the knotted lanyard and bead is included in the weight. I have no experience with Chinese PMs so even if legit you're looking at $100+/gram gold which would not interest me as an investment or hedge, but if you think it's awesome and want to wear it I see no problem.
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>>41861029
unironically wait till it crashes and go hard on stocks. that's not to say PM's or cryptos are not great investments, but they're better bought in good times when millions of retards aren't scrambling for them cuz
>muh inflation
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What have you got coming anon? Or what do you plan to get soon?
The stack must always grow.
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>>41861075
i believe 80% silver is marked "argent 2" on old french silver
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>>41861100
Oh we know about the buffet "blood on the streets is when to invest" thing but we need a home, and bullion holds wealth - we're looking to ride out the shenanigans, not try to maximize on it. I don't think we have enough capital for that.
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>>41860956
Yeah, theres definitely a weight to holding nearly $2K with a pinky finger
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>>41861029
Yes sir, I'm in the same boat.
Everything I can pry away from the wife and kids goes into PM or preps as I wait out for the depression.
We have a paid off house and we're both gainfully employed and live under our means.
As >>41861100 insinuates, I see similarities to 2008.
>It's just inflation
>It's just money
>It's just the new normal
Then
>I lost my job due to the recession
>I lost my car due to the recession
>I lost my house due to the recession
>I lost my wife due to the recession
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>>41860956
No kidding, I thought my 1/4 oz maples were pretty dense but it didn't put it into perspective until I held something this large.
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>>41861075
Wut? No, I was just sharing my opinion that .800 is not as attractive as higher fineness alloys. I like the ~.830 stuff but will always love sterling.
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>>41860679
>https://www.ebay.com/itm/353655288982?hash=item52577f7496%3Ag%3AlhkAAOSw7v1hKnkK&LH_BIN=1

Thats a ripoff price. the gold is only worth 242$
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>>41861180
Two goddamn "once in a lifetime" financial crashes not even 15y apart. Fuck me.

Bastards.
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>>41861235
Nice site, and thanks for the help.
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>>41857820
Why can't gold get it up?
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>>41861143
ah. who's "we"? you and wife?

i'm actually in the same conundrum: buying a house requires a huge position in cash (for a middle class poorfag), but cash is basically completely worthless and losing what little value it has by the minute thanks to biden's jew handlers intent on destroying the middle class.

the compromise is to buy gold to die with, buy crypto for meme gains, and buy stocks in the hope that i can afford to bequeath my Roth IRA to a grandson without any withdrawals.

also expecting a windfall when i change jobs (hopefully) soon, got about $50-50k in an unfunded gov't pension

>>41861180
yeah it's tricky. part of me wants to stay in an unassailable do-nothing job and collect a low salary no matter what (((happens))), but a stronger part of me wants to make some fucking money for once, damn the risk

>>41861212
the best way to redpill people on PM's is to let them hold an oz of gold
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>>41861059
Did I miss Silver Squeeze 1.0?
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>>41857820

Hey anons, I just launched a subscription box that has silver in it. (plus gems)
http://www.DragonsHoardBox.com/

Special discount for /pmg/ use discount code BIZPMG
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>>41861239
'08 was pussy shit based off media hype and vulnerable people coupled with the advent of media.
>1987 recession
>1999 recession
They're a regular gauntlet that I'd discuss akin to parallels with any other coming of age, but I'm coming off a ban due to pointing out the relationship between that and a very, very inappropriately excoriated tribe of people ...
>>41861324
>unassailable do-nothing job and collect a low salary
Tis the game of 'Life'.
I've always felt the desire to be conservative in my savings. Save more and have more in the bank than you spend.
I guess that nominates me for Domestic Terrorist of the Year.
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>>41861430
considering the entire economy runs off of unsustainable spending and garbage. Yeah. You might be a "problem person" for austrian economics.
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>>41861430
yeah. I can probably get a solid 6-figure job pretty soon, the difference is that I must be productive or be fired.

the thought of drifting along at 50-75% of my market value, dealing with infinite retardation for the next 25 years, just to retire with 70% of my salary that is already slower than inflation and whose retirement income will be destroyed by the glut of boomers, fills me with dread

better just work for a company and make money IMO, even if bossman can summarily fire me
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>>41861395
does it come with a dragon dildo
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>>41858134
Thanks anon.
Just bought 40oz of silver BTW.
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>>41861575
I've been subscribed to the DragonsHoardBox for 9 months. Here's my stack so far! Thanks DragonsHoardBox!
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Aus guys what miner stocks should I invest in?
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for you pokemon dorks out there

https://www.ebay.com/itm/393627670194?hash=item5ba60996b2:g:oXwAAOSw-i5hZ2QS
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>if only you knew how bad things really were
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>>41861926
that looks 200% sketchy anon.
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>>41861771
np, glad to see a happy customer.
>>41861575
yes
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>>41857820
That is cute
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>>41862248
I know but surprisingly I've bought thai gold before and brought it to the arguably the best gold shop in Dallas, and the guys said it was full 24k gold. it's made by thai hands and is not official pokemon, but I'm sure it's legit gold. Thailand is known for cheap ass and cheap 24k gold.
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Hey guy who has a bunch of mene jewelry, I found chow sang sang on Amazon

https://www.amazon.com/stores/CHOWSANGSANG/page/0870CBF8-4A16-4585-A8D3-419D77114050?ref_=ast_bln
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Buy a house this month or more gold? I feel like the economic can can't be kicked down the road much longer....
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>>41861395
this is sketchy, not least because even shitty emeralds are more per carat than the entire (((subscription))) price

>>41862372
>$280 for 2.1g sketchy gold
>132% premium over spot for a cheap chinese trinket
when the fuck did /pmg/ become such a shithole? I leave for like 8 months and pan man is gone, nobody plays go, and randos are shilling retardo scams

wtf ever happened to even oldsilver.ru, who's legit if still a memer extraordinaire
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>>41862734
here, then have non-sketchy chinese gold

https://www.amazon.com/Solid-Fortune-89197C-Bracelet-included/dp/B08884HXTN?ref_=ast_sto_dp
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>>41862762
why are you even shilling kimchi kung pow chung chang gold? when buying PM's online, the filters are "US Only" and "Gentiles Only"
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>>41858078
Whoa, how much does it weigh?

>>41858235
That's dope as shit.

>>41858637
He seems nice.

>>41859872
You have the best posts in these threads, but I'm always too much of a brainlet to respond with anything of value.

>>41861771
Baste.
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>>41862734
So what you're saying is I should raise the prices?
They are all legit stones and silver.
The stones are lower grade, but they're natural and beautiful.
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>>41862794
I honestly feel like asian gold is just unique and cool looking. I like 24k gold and I'm so fucking bored of what we always see on Apmex and JM Bullion.
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>>41862836
Thirty-one grams?
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>>41857820
Silver Ends The Fed.
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>>41862794
Jokes on you anon, I’m Jewish and I love it here. My stack is up to 40oz!
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>>41862836
>Whoa, how much does it weigh?
It's gold so it weighs alot, we're talking even more than 1 oz of feathers. Pretty simple math if you think about it. What's heavier, 1 oz of gold or 1 oz of feathers. Obviously the gold.
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Jewish anon here, I like stacking too though. I have 40oz already!
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>>41862854
yeah well the shittiest possible emeralds are still about $12/ct and you also could save costs buy shipping your shit like an honest man: in unmarked tamper-evident packaging

>>41862860
why not buy coins minted by chingchong china itself? why even buy rando chink gold on amazon?

>>41862836
>>41862886
based and lol'd

>>41862895
40oz of what? there was an anon here who stacked tellurium
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>>41862734
I saw pan man here a few days ago chatting with a mudflood anon.
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>>41862986
based, he was here IITT but i forgot to whitelist his namefag on my new 4chanx install
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>>41862954
It's amazing. You can't explain it. Gold is so much heavier than other things.
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>>41862895
tell your temple - the goyim know, and they're coming for their foreskins.
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>>41862980
>40oz of what? there was an anon here who stacked tellurium
Silver.
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>>41862980
because china only makes gold pandas. Look at this shit, this is much more exciting and new. What do you have against chinese gold if it truly is ,999?
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>>41863028
Jews are already circumcised you dummy, there’s nothing to come for.
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>>41858779
silver drops again
/me checks SD bullion again
>out of stock
wtf?
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>>41863039
buy gold

>>41863063
oh ya i should also probably mention that i hate chinks
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>>41862980
>yeah well the shittiest possible emeralds are still about $12/ct

That's not correct. I'm in the market and have been amassing them at a much cheaper price. The secret is the buy them direct from Thailand.
I mainly have rubies and sapphires, the few emeralds I DO have are admittedly pretty shitty quality compared to the rubies/sapphires.
but really all of these gems are scraping the bottom of the barrel.
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>>41862895
>>41863039
Based jewbro, silver is good.
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are the soft plastic flips safe for silver long term?
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>>41863100
In the light these emeralds look pretty bad. The Rubies are much much nicer.
None of the rubies are injected either.
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>>41863166
So long as you got them from a reputable source. I wouldn't trust non-numismatic etsy junk as it might corrode your coins.
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>>41863178
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>>41863099
yeah I kinda caught on to that.
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>>41863067
Jesus loves you, bro. He is the messiah. The Lord wants you to know that
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>>41859177
canadian gold .50 cent gram coins. they run about ~80USD
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>>41863099
I collect pandas, because they are cute and different. I think China is actually very based in a lot of ways when comparedto what the West has become. However, I have no desire to buy Libertads, because I hate spics. So I understand your rationale and frankness.
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>>41861239
Hopefully people learn about Austrian economics and don't vote to send us into a Soviet tier socialist shithole when the big crash happens.
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>>41863067
That's why we're coming to get them back.
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>>41863100
meh, that's why i don't do gems. too hard to appraise properly given my expertise

>>41863271
old mexico scales are pretty based, as are gold pesos. spic gold is surprisingly affordable and thicc for the low premiums involved

i just assume anything chink-made is fake though, because chinks have been known to counterfeit literally entire european cities, and the art of counterfeiting is more prized in chinkland than actual original effort (bug people)
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>>41863271
>I think China is actually very based in a lot of ways when compared to what the West has become

I agree
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i'm not a racist though, i want to buy nigger gold other than south africa
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>>41862894

Nice to see I’m not the only lurker from there.
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>>41863487
They're pretty and shiny and add some nice color to your stack.
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>>41863526
I'm banned for baking and lurking too fren.
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>>41858921
you could maybe buy tiny gold stud earrings for that price.
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>>41858921
you can get goldbacks for about $4 each. they are 1/1000th of an ounce of gold. (which is about double spot price)
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>>41863621
based
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>>41863699
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why is /biz/ so schizo and hostile tonight? i had to come into this thread to find some semblance of comfort
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>>41863757
No quarters given to communist Chinese. Taiwan is based though.
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>>41863741
FUCKING KEK. I always see it on /pol/, but what does any of it mean? It looks like a bunch of events?
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>>41863487

Honestly, most of these stones would go up in value 5x-20x if they were recut by a skilled gem cutter. Most have really nice transparency with nice constant coloring.
The issue is they were verified/certified at this size/shape. They come with a card with the stones measurements and weight printed on it alongside an image of the stone. So if you recut it you'd have to send it off to a lab to get it recertified at the new shape/size.
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>>41863621
Southern Independence העצמאות הדרומית Jews did 9/11 התרסקות מטוס מזויף בשנת Ruby Ridge ג'ונס אלכס African American Crime Statistics מחאת הקפיטול Great Reset כינויים / הוא / אותו Zionist Occupation Government לובי white genocide רצח עם לבן free speech ערכת שתי מפלגות Waco Massacre דין וחשבון פוליטי Blue State Texas חופש ביטוי Capitol Hill Protesters Beaten To Death in Jail איפוס נהדר - ממשלת כיבוש ציוני Electoral Fraud of 2020 רובי רידג '- העסקה החדשה Fired for Smirking כינויים / הוא / אותו Vicki Weaver Ashli Babbitt Kelly Thomas Justine Damond Daniel Shaver הפרדה The Great Replacement זיוף אלקטורל AIPAC Control of Congress מפרץ גואנטנמו It’s Okay to be White האנטר ביידן מה לעזאזל אמרת פשוט עליי, כלבה קטנה? אני אדע לך שסיימתי את מחזור הכיתות שלי בחותמות הצי, והייתי מעורב במספר פשיטות סודיות על אל-קוועידה, ויש לי למעלה מ הרוגים מאושרים אני מאומן בלוחמת גורילות ואני הצלף המוביל בכל הכוחות המזוינים של ארה"ב. אתה לא בשבילי אלא סתם עוד מטרה. אני אמחה אתכם לעזאזל בדייקנות שכמותה לא נראתה מעולם על כדור הארץ הזה, סמנו את דברי המזוינים Hitler Did Nothing Wrong
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>>41863866
historical event chinese arent suppose to know about. in the west we have the same thing with the holocaust etc.
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>>41863903
yeah the fucking west is blind with the holocaust and even most Japanese aren't even aware of their own history with what occurred with them in WW2. What happens if a chinese person saw that post? Do they get in trouble?
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>>41863935
They get their internet blocked and their social credit score deducted
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>>41863935
>>41863993
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>>41863935
>What happens if a chinese person saw that post? Do they get in trouble?

idk to be honest. its just to troll them. people living in china are afraid of even THINKING anything bad about their government, they'll get anxiety of getting caught and punished. maybe some of them might get encouraged to learn esoteric history and stop being faggots
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>>41863866
>what does any of it mean?
Banned search terms in China. Chinks going to websites with those terms get their internet cut off by the Great Firewall.
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>>41864027
Fuck china. They lose the 'tiger' part of their ''paper tiger'' the day we, and the rest of the world expel their spies.
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>>41863757
facebook algorithm working in overtime. Massive losses mark is turning up the heat. Christmas is going to be nuts this year.
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>>41864027
damn that's horrible
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>https://www.masslive.com/entertainment/2021/04/treasure-hunter-finds-46000-hidden-in-cashbox-beneath-floorboards-of-massachusetts-familys-home-after-decades-of-rumor.html
>The cache of vintage banknotes totaled $46,000. Wille pointed out that in 1958, the purchasing power of that amount of money would be equivalent to $421,603 today.
Imagine if the old fella had bought gold instead.
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POSSIBLE CUP AND HANDLE FORMATION???
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>>41864784
cup and handle deez nuts lmao
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>>41864824
basado
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>>41858637
>/kd/
Do I dare ask what that is?
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>>41864473
If only I had future vision I'd have the greatest investment portfolio...
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>>41859920
>Social Securitty raised YoY cost of living to 6% today, implying inflation is here.
>If there is 6% inflation
nigger go look at the official numbers that say 5.4% YoY. and keep in mind those are rigged.
>that means interest rates need to raise.
not necessarily, but also lmao at thinking powell might do that. get ready for a decade straight of >5% inflation.
>Low interest rates are the lifeblood of zombie businesses and, more importantly, REAL ESTATE.
real estate will be fine

>>41860685
thinking deflation could happen is incredibly stupid. while inflation is fundamentally caused by not enough goods to be purchased with the dollars in circulation, deflation is caused by not enough dollars to purchase goods. as bernanke once (correctly) remarked, if inflation happens they could just start dumping money from helicopters. deflation is destabilizing to the financial system and the ONLY people who benefit are those who keep their savings in cash.

>>41864784
stop doing TA on commodities and especially highly-manipulated ones.
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>>41864473
>Imagine if the old fella had bought gold instead.
>$46,000 in 1958
>Price of gold in 1958: $35.10
>1,367 oz of gold
>$2,461,538 of gold in todays value.
It hurts...
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>>41865492
Let's not forget it would have been illegal for him to own it in the USA, so it would have been a huge headache to smuggle in.
Thanks FDR!
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>>41865440
>stop doing TA on commodities
No, l don't think l will.
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>>41864473
>Imagine if the old fella had bought gold instead.
Gold was illegal to own back then, FDR's ban was still in effect.
Still, if he had redeemed it all for Silver Dollars he'd have $822,020 in bullion value today and if he had bought Silver at 1958 spot (which was slightly below $1/oz I think) he'd have well over $1M in bullion value at today's prices.
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Any australians here? What's the best place to invest in precious metals?
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>>41865700
Is your country as fucked as I've heard?
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>>41857820
good evening anons
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>>41865802
Which is exactly why I'm looking to invest in some gold and silver.
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>>41866004
Sorry to hear anon, I'm not an aussie but hopefully you can find something.
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>>41861395
I'd love a couple rubies and emeralds to juice up my stack, but I don't know enough about gems to determine if this is sketchy or not. If any 3rd party can confirm legitness I'd consider buying in.
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>>41866094
Not trying to diss this anon's business, wish him luck, but to be fair it's a subscription box. He makes money because overall the items he sends out to customers and shipping costs are less than the money he gets in revenue.
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>>41865802
Pretty close to a social credit system desu.
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>>41866172
Yeah, it is a business, I'm making a profit.
I have contacts that purchase the gems in Thailand in bulk and have them sent to me which lets me get them at a cheap rate. You could get them for cheap if you did that too but most people don't want hundreds of gems, they just want a couple.
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>>41866476
its really fun ordering bulk sapphires from Sri Lanka. I did that a few times years ago through an Ebay dealer and ended up with some very nice pieces for displays. Nothing ultra gem quality but neat stones to have in general.
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>>41866094
I do really like the vast majority of gems accumulated for this so far.
On ordering you have the option to pick any kind you want or don't want, I'd suggest against the Emeralds as they're low quality but everything else looks really good imo.

The majority of the rubies and sapphires are cut for size, not symmetry so they're a bit uniquely sharpen, but I like that about them.
some are cut really nicely.
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>>41866094
also most of the sapphires are pink sapphires, so let that effect your decision on the sapphires. like 75% of them atm so odds are you'd get a pink one.
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>>41865700
As an American I made a purchase from perthmint.com where they sell semi numismatic and other collectables. I was able to purchase the proof versions of the 2022 Lunar Tiger in both gold (1/4oz) and silver (1oz) for less than what US dealers wanted for the 1/4oz gold proof alone. And it included free shipping to the states.

I couldn't figure out how to browse but they also have a bullion site perthmintbullion.com. If you're near Perth you could also check out the mint.
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comfy silver hours
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>>41863099
The Jew fears Chinese silver
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>>41867223

Aren’t their “1oz” coins actually 30 grams? And they cost almost as much as silver eagles, if I am correct?
I know they do this with gold pandas…

They are attractive coins and I am not going to knock buying them, but the premium seems high to me when you consider you’re getting less of the metal for your dollar.
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>>41867044
Silver’s back baby
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>>41867414
it true
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>>41867354
Yeah you're getting less.
But the low mintage, annual design, high quality and high demand means outside of a SHTF scenario pandas will retain their premium and likely increase in value for particular years
I just like their design way too much to care though
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WAGMI
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>>41867354
Forgot to mention if you ever sold them youre guaranteed to get more over spot than you would a 1 oz eagle or krug
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>>41867414
$28 end of year. You heard it here first.
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>>41867223
My LCS had these for the same price as generic rounds a few months ago so I grabbed 10. I didn't realize at the time they were only 30 grams.
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>>41858411
When i started out I kept 500 oz in walls of home.. no I have 10000+oz I keep in private vault. non bank vault in NON US jurisdiction. I guess you could bury it too.
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Does your stack have a guardian anons ?
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>>41867494
Were they out of the capsules or something? That's a great price... unless they're fake kek
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>>41864027
This is a nice fantasy to help you sleep at night.
>>41864198
Also a nice fantasy. China hasn't broken TLS. 4chan.org is banned because of porn, but 4channel is accessible in China just fine. You can't post because captcha is blocked, however.
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Show your gold or silver 1oz bullion or coins..
Here’s mine
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>>41867532
Yeah..I store with succubus round.
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>>41867574
only just starting out in 2021...

>>41867532
sadly no. i have a couple figurines i guess i could use: an obsidian cat from mexico city, some kind of brass or iron horseman crafted in mali, a hawaiian pig... but nah muh lil stash box doesn't have the space for any of them
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>>41867532
Yeah, me with a gun.
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>>41867574
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>>41867574
These are my second favorite behind pandas
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>>41867571
In capsule in good condition. It's a reputable LCS so I doubt they're fake.
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>>41867722
Really nice anon. Must be a high quality mint.?
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>>41867653
A black cat is a great guardian

>>41867618
I would prefer a real succubus with golden boobies
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>>41867653
Awesome all started out somewhere..I have the 10oz of this.. I’m late 40s.
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>>41867827
Coins on the left are 2020 lunars from the, I believe royal Australian mint. They were my first purchase and I didn't realize Australia made 2 different silver lunars or that I was supposed to look for Perth.
On the right is the Perth silver lunar
Both from 2020 year of the rat.
Year of the beginning of the pandemic being the year of the rat is great to me and I wish I got way more of them then I did.
I actually like the R.A.M. design that year though
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>>41867793
Huh. That's a great deal. Wish I'd come across pandas at that price
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>>41863214

>They come with a card with the stones measurements and weight printed on it alongside an image of the stone.

There is a massive issue right now in the trade with dime a dozen dog shit certificates printed on laminated toilet paper and fake id card stock that accompany some of the worst looking stones i have ever seen in the trade in my life

A lot of these are being made on site in the dodgy parts of the worlds gem markets like ratanpur and chanthaburi along with the fake stones themselves to trick pay pig westerners and people that clearly don't have the means of proper testing on hand

Most of it is unknowingly resold on ebay and places like gemrockauctions but over the last 5 years i have noticed a lot more creeping into my local Australian shows

A reputable gem report from even a third world country like Thailand will cost you over 30 USD so if your stone is cheaper than the report it that verifies its authenticity I would watch out as you are most likely getting shafted by the yellow jew at the end of the day you get what you pay for

I'm not trying to be a cunt this is mostly for other anon's
a lot of what you are saying about pricing is true and your job is fucking peoples asses but i would try and find a better gem source even if it increases your prices so you don't fuck urself

have you ever got boots on the ground and looked around these markets yourself?
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>>41868248
>A reputable gem report
Which labs/reports are reliable I have seen a lot of them, I have heard that GIA is reliable anymore?
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>>41858779

all the major bullion dealers are doing this. They have pulled a lot of shit and just selling what they need to get by until the price moons
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>>41857820

who makes this?
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>>41858235

that thing is legit beautiful. i've never own silverware before, but I'd buy and use that
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>>41858411
I buried my stack in my neighbors garden so if it gets outlawed i can blackmail him and get his stuff for free.
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>>41857820
You can tell that piece was created by a soul-less asian of some sort.
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>>41858639
Why not 2022 instead of 2021?
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>>41868033
Niue also makes some lunar coins, but they can be more cartoony. I have the dog and
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>>41861887
>He thinks any form of mining will still be legal in two years.
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>>41857820

Bump for Chow Sang Sang!
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>>41864784
Zoom out, retard. Use one hour candles minimum, but the daily, weekly, and monthly candles are better. Also, line charts are for girls.
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>>41858072

I want that.
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>>41858334

Ooooooooooo!
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>>41868616
RETURN TO MONKE
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>>41858411

Safe.
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>>41859144

Mentally and emotionally rich Anon!
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>>41865241
/k/ & /d/ just put together.
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>>41858411
Melt it into sacred art
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Did the WGMI rounds ever drop? I've been gone a while.

>>41860245
I can't be the only one who finds this kind of crap tacky. I remember being offput by Victorian era items watching Antiques Roadshow as a kid. The floral scrollwork is overdone and kitschy even for the time this was created, regardless of the craftsmanship it took to make this. I find it a waste of silver and skill not to create an original inspired piece.
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>>41868616
They ain't bad at all
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>>41867532
Medusa round for me
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>>41869582
Nice waifu
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yes, try YOLO with these coins that never make you profit. $eTSLA is your path to a stable income. How can you doubt it? if you want to be in time for the Moon, purchase right now
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https://www.reuters.com/business/exclusive-banks-prepare-scrap-lme-gold-silver-contracts-sources-say-2021-10-13/

...guys?
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>>41869841
Tesla huh? I actually just put some money into my stocks account...
Why is Tesla gonna moon?
Being near ATH makes me doubt
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>>41868367
unfortunately these credentials are very easily faked on paper and even well trained gemologist can be fooled it is very easy to get ripped off for hundreds of thousands of dollars but you can start by making sure you are talking with reputable people

Gia is still the industry leader and most reputable world wide so you cant go wrong with a general lab report ether directly from Gia or a third party lab with a registered Gia trained gemologists they are going online more and more each day during the pandemic so its getting easier to verify you are actually talking with a Gia gemologist

If you want something a bit more specific that's where you can get into trouble if the lab is unequipped to handle your requests
in my opinion there is little very difference between shopping mall / insurance based gemologists and back ally gem market ones
if you take in two spinel's one from Burma and one from Afghanistan to them they will be able to identify it but its a lot harder to confirm anything else like locality without access to reference material and a lot of study let alone personal experience with the deposit
you can pay most of these types off for very little and they will write down what ever you want on paper if they are paid enough

but there are reputable gemologists with a passion for the particular stones they like to handle / specialize in and its not be hard to find these types of people if you are in the right circles it will generally show in the pricing and quality of your report

here in Australia we also have a international recognized gemological association called GAA
I would send my Australian stones to them
My US stones to Gia
And most of my Asian stones emerald and tourmaline to Bellerophon in Bangkok
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>>41869582
Baroque round the outside. Sure this isnt a silver plated versace coin RRP $800?
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>>41869994
>here in Australia we also have a international recognized gemological association called GAA
>I would send my Australian stones to them
>My US stones to Gia
>And most of my Asian stones emerald and tourmaline to Bellerophon in Bangkok
Nice do you have an European equivalent too?
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>>41868616
I dont think nuie is the mint, anon..
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>>41869858
fuck man i buy shiny boomer rocks. Idk what the fuck this means.
Is this good?
Is it bad?
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>>41867512
I keep my silver and gold in a decent sized gun safe, and if anyone has the idea to break in at my place, they are gettin blasted. I am currently working remotely so lmao
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>>41870177
I BIT INTO IT AND ITS CHOCOLATE!!!

IM RUINED
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>>41858637
sauce pls sir
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>>41858637
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>>41870224
None that i can say i have personally used but i would probably send it to the sweeds
https://www.ssef.ch/

Pic is a native cut 2019 new find blue spinel from Bai boi Vietnam
the Chinese buyers raped this deposit but i managed to get a few pieces before it all dried up and the price skyrocketed
this is going to Bellerophon to be confirmed as cobalt bearing
I'm waiting for the lab to have enough time to study samples that i know they collected
the difference in it being cobalt or not is about 10k usd give or take
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>>41858921
Maplegram
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>>41869216
>I can't be the only one who finds this kind of crap tacky

I know what you're saying, lots of the victorian scrollwork and false facade stuff of the era is fake and gay but while florid I don't think the Tiffany piece is tacky when viewed in the context, it was part of a world's fair exhibit so the whole point was to invest way too much craftsmanship into the articles to impress and overwhelm the audience/judges. Definitely not my personal style though.

I personally gravitate towards more plain and masculine silver like my 12" diameter octagonal centerpiece bowl on the bottom here, 1,640 grams of honest and very heavy duty sterling. It's my favorite piece among like 40 kilos worth of antique sterling items I've saved as-is. The Revere reproduction sterling can be quite nice too and is more common and affordable.
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>>41865440
So for the first time ever, interest and inflation rates decoupled because you want them to?
Inflation is soaring. Interest rates will follow.
Kills the economy and depressions are deflationary.
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>>41867354
A Troy ounce is 30 grams fyi
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>>41872553
>A Troy ounce is 30 grams
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>>41870971
Do you have any good hookups for raw Opal or Ammolite? Iridescent is the most kino color, hell I've seen beetles scurrying around that are more beautiful than most gems.
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thoughts?
https://archive.is/GE9xK
https://www.reuters.com/business/exclusive-banks-prepare-scrap-lme-gold-silver-contracts-sources-say-2021-10-13/
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>>41873567
>he doesn't know about the Australian mining Ebay accounts that auction out lighting opals for extremely cheap
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>>41860923
>Holo in Gamestop
she really is our girl
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>>41873619
I'm retarded about this stuff, but is the article basically saying that the participants on the exchange didn't like the additional transparency and prefer to keep rigging on COMEX?
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interdasting
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>>41858059
Why are there Connecticut quarters in this photo?
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Is this our guy, lads? Watch the whole thing if you want to laugh and cringe

https://youtu.be/Qf6WXVf4MtE
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>>41867452
>silver tanku
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>>41873567
Opal yes Ammonite no

For the ammonite i would look at lapidary clubs and facebook gem and mineral groups based in Alberta
or you could try and find some wholesalers that attend the Tucson gem and mineral shows
i have a few American contacts but they are for agate and sapphire

For the opal i just bought a cabochon machine so i have attacked my rough opal stash over the last two months of lockdowns
i have a ounce or two left of low grade that you could get a few stones out of but most of its not even good enough for specimens
i need to cut a opal to send to Mint anon but i want to take a trim saw to what i have left and take some photos of the rough before hand

I'm waiting for lockdown to end in my area in 2-3 weeks so i can travel to lightning ridge to help a friend with a lease and to see some
of the old timers/friends that don't use the internet to stock up on some rough ill post some photos when I'm in town of parcels that i
can get my hands on if you want other than that i have a mate on insta as "opal sales australia" he will not rip you off but its hard to
get ahold of the top shelf online
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>>41873938

Wtf... hahaha

Also, I'm pretty sure I could take him an his 3 guards...

Dude could at least put on a suit...
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>>41874390
Awesome thanks anon, capped and saved so I can research and follow the leads. My dad used to facet gems and make cabochons, he still has all the equipment just collecting dust so I may try dabbling in yet another hobby. Although fragile and finicky, opals are relatively easy to work with in my limited experience.
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>>41857820
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>>41857820
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>>41874390
Thanks fren, great info. What do you think of rubies, saphires and emeralds? Where do you for example get them, /pmg/ doesn't often talk about gems, so it is nice to hear.
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hi
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>>41873938
100% sand gold fuck i miss those rat bastards dressed to the nines with those two dollar "rubys" that are more glass than gemstone

I had a 10 ounce silver neckless hand made in week while i was in Vihn late 2019 for 37$ over spot the guy kept making me come back into the workshop to make sure i wanted 10 ounces it ended up 10-20 cm longer than he had eye balled me for
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>>41867354
>Aren’t their “1oz” coins actually 30 grams?
No. From 1983 to 2014 silver pandas are 1 troy ounce. From 2015 to today they are 30 grams. If it says 1 oz then it weighs 1 oz. If it says 30 g then it weighs 30 g.

>>41867439
No. The silver pandas currently have one of, if not the highest, amount of coins minted each year. For the last few years, the basic 30 g silver coin has had a mintage of 10 million coins per year.

>>41872553
No.

>durr pandas are all fake and they lie about the weight and they are so rare!!1!
Where do you people get so many misconceptions about this coin?
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>>41875471
There's misconceptions about everything, but you typically only notice when you, yourself, know a lot about the topic at hand. Not only limited to retards online, but also in serious nespapers.
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>>41857820
Is buying a physical silver ETF retarded?
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>>41859920
Interest rates do need to rise, but those zombie businesses are tech companies and gene therapy r&d, and other shit that the elites are romantically involved with. I think they are going to drag this out for years before they do anything meaningful to fight inflation.
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>>41875760
The whole point of silver and gold is to physically have it, not to have some paper claim on silver and gold.
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>>41875002
You can't bury a bitcoin in your back yard, nor use it when there's no power.
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>>41875760
It's not retarded, but if they run out of silver and you ever want delivery of your silver that you are supposed to own, they will either make you wait til they can get more or just they'll just say "oops we don't have it" and just give you cash (which you probably won't want)
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>>41875943
An ETF is not a (paper) claim on anything, it is merely a piece of paper that is traded on the market.
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>>41875555
Nigga, I only spent 5 minutes on the Wikipedia page, because I got tired of all the BS I kept smelling in these threads.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_Silver_Panda
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>>41874923
You are right the reason they say that about opal though is just because its very soft on the Mos scale but it tends to be a very personal thing you have a good mindset keep Capping useful info and keep a good supplier list it helps a lot down the track

I recommend videos from "Black Opal Direct" on youtube it will get you in the mood to pull your gear out and have a crack im sure your old man has something lying around the trick is to just jump in and dont be scared

One of the best competition faceters i know is only 17 as long as you are taught right you will not have a issue
i just had a flash back to viet/thai gemhouses that just cut for weight and window every stone they cut dont be like pajeet and the skills are in high demand
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Stop picking on little silver
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>>41871244
I like this one the most, thanks!
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>>41876164
With the ETF, there is usually a clause where you can cash in the ETF shares for the underlying asset. The catch is that you can only do this in large 'blocks' of the ETF, which is generally out of the range of your average /pmg/ denizen.
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>>41875760
>>41876164
So silver (and gold) ETFs specifically are terrible. They're based practically entirely on futures contracts that, should people attempt to actually redeem, would default. In fact, by buying silver ETFs, you are actually handing your money over to a bank that will proceed to open a short position with the money you just gave them!
https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/mbx510/slv_is_a_complete_scam_its_a_scalp_trade_set_up/
HOWEVER, ETVs (exchange-traded vehicles) on the other hand actually DO entitle you to the underlying asset and are governed under a completely different series of regulations. The only major offerer of gold and silver ETV is Sprott, which runs a physical silver bullion under the ticker PSLV. If you own 1 share of PSLV you own (at present) .3562 troy ounces of silver. It's under the custody of the Royal Canadian Mint and Sprott, Inc., but you are the legal owner of it under U.S. and Canadian law.
Of course, as >>41875943 was apt to point out, that still doesn't solve the problem of actually having access to it. If there's a nuclear war tomorrow, good luck getting your way to Ottawa before it's looted. If you're just looking at silver as an investment/hedging vehicle though and aren't terribly concerned about counterparty risk, it's a attractive proposition.

>>41877536
That's only kind of true with PM ETFs. SLV (by far the most popular) does have such a clause, BUT the only entities allowed to withdraw silver from it are Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, and a few other major banks. Almost all of whom have been convicted in court of PM manipulation. Make of that what you will.
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the whore responded to my counteroffer, gents. Look at her response after I offered 280.
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>>41875024
Ruby Sapphire and all types of Beryl are extremely undervalued when compared to commercial diamonds and tend to go up 10% each year since i have been in the game while the diamond price is kept stable by the you know whos I'm told by people wiser and richer than me that during and after most financial disasters of the last 80 years the asset class generally remained untouched

Rough sapphire has gone locally from $2 per ct to $30-50 in the last 10 years mostly due to people like me that would buy as much as possible on field at that price have it cut in a shitty gem house like lamberts in thailand and sell them in dragon dildo subscription boxes

One of the issues with the gem trade is it is incredible secretive and you generally have to learn things on the death beds of people that are reluctant to give out information to even there own children some times but some people out there are slowly making it into facebook groups and are starting to give out information people would have killed for 20 years ago

imo the best way to do anything in the gem trade is a mix of heavy research and boots on the ground to learn in person the best deal is the one you get in person your approach has to be different depending on where you are going and what you are going for but as long as your not a complete mongoloid you will have fun on the Gemfields

I recommend reading this https://www.amazon.com.au/Gem-Merchant-deal-Manual-Sell/dp/1468122274 it will put you on a better footing than 90% of the weekend warriors

mindat.org is a good starting point for ANY info you need on a gemstone or locality
join a few local facebook groups to learn as much as you can about where the hot spots are and whos who on the field and then go

ill name some retail people that are too big to be doxed but the industry is very personal and most wouldn't like info thrown around a basket weaving forum
moriarty's gem art
yavorskyy
blazengems
shamrock gems
tims adventures
bespoke gems
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>>41877536
>>41877689
Thanks for the info. I hadn't heard of those specific clauses yet. I invest in three ETFs unrelated to PM and you can't just trade them in for the underlying assets. At least none of the documents they send me every month mention it.
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>>41877825
It's usually in the prospectus, rather than in the quarterly/annual reports. As >>41877689 pointed out, they may require that only certain market participants (banks) perform the swap. Good luck accumulating enough shares *and* convincing one of these big boys to help you get the underlying. (For the reasons everyone here knows.)
Not sure about the other related instruments (ETV, ETN, etc) all of which have their own rules. The prospectus should spell it all out, but the language is often not very clear (deliberately), or the conditions are made somewhat onerous.
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>>41877739
Pretty reasonable position, but she is including the weight of the knotted lanyard thing with the 4.29g total weight which is clearly Semitic. If you shop around on eBay and use your eyes you can find actual below-spot gold cheapies. I got pic for like $15 shipped while looking for cheap silver, the dumbass had no idea the chunky brooch was solid 10k.
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>>41877689
>>41877825
>>41877956
I should also mention that the Sprott trusts have very clear redemption criteria:
https://sprott.com/investment-strategies/physical-bullion-trusts/how-to-redeem/
For PSLV, it's 10,000 ounces. So if you were just wanting to buy PSLV and immediately turn it into physical, you'd be better off buying a 5,000 ounce futures contract instead. Sounds like a lot but you have to keep in mind that retail is pretty small fish in the financial system, and PMs are no exception.
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>>41877739
why do you want to buy that?
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I wanna buy numismatic silver, and bulk silver bullion. Once my shitcoin moons I'll probably just grab a shitload of pre '64 silver coinage

Not to worry bizbros, I'm getting a bit of a shitcoin group together, we're mainly going to be focused on large mcap coin discussion as well as a lot of shitposting and bullshit... but the overarching theme would be strategizing about our actual big moves within other projects and ventures, as well as building a culture within the group. It would be fun to have a bunch of bizbros in a chat that is not COMPLETELY anonymous, because if you always reserve the option to shoot them a DM.

For awhile the group will solely be composed of bizbros. Launch will occur in about a month but I highly encourage anyone interested in this concept to shoot me a DM on telegram at @Trillest45 . I am going to be recruiting and consulting people for the next 6 hours... it is currently about 8am UTC time, so I would say to expect a reply from me around 2-3pm UTC time. This is your chance to collaborate and gain some traction with a group that has its finger on the pulse of the market anon.
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>>41878243
I've always enjoyed asian gold and I like it's design. What's your opinion on it?
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>>41878305
it looks ok and it's a good idea to wear some gold in case you're in trouble abroad and need cash
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>>41878401
320 is a bit of a rip off though huh?
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>>41878588
i wouldn't know how to price art and jewelry
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>>41875024
>>41877765
Been a heavy lurker for almost five years Ill have a more active presence on here and on socials in general as soon as i launch my website where ill have gemstones, mineral specimens and rough parcels that will have special prices for bizraelis that can pass a hand test or successfully bake a swiss roll

Please don't mistake me for the dragon dildo guy but each to there own

Gonna crash its 2am and i think
MICKEY MOUSE 90th ANNIVERSARY 2018 Niue 2oz UHR silver coin
is trying to call me right now you guys im so scared
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bayhorse silver chads

check their twitter
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>>41872553
The absolute jewery on this lad.
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>>41878816
Is this the stuff they're gonna be sending to Ocean?
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>>41878253
Show hand, Rajesh
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Today is a good day.
And my stack is fat and happy too.
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>>41878816
Good to see. Always did want that middle piece
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>>41878927
>Is this the stuff they're gonna be sending to Ocean?
no

that pic is some bullion they cast years ago.

Their agreement with ocean is for concentrates, which look like silvery black powder or sand.
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>>41879322
I’ll take 10
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>>41860870
newpmgfag reporting in
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>>41881249
excellent, report in tomorrow to the meeting irl for your complimentary anal surprise and box of 24 gold-covered box of swiss chocolates.
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cobper dooin gud
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>>41878840
>COMEX, can I buy a Troy Ounce of Silver?
>30 grams of Silver? What do you need with 20 grams of Silver for?
>I can't believe my own son is demanding my last 10 grams of Silver.
>Help! Police! A madman is trying to kill me over 5 grams of Silver!
>You'll be hearing from my lawyer about the troy ounce of Silver that you owe me!
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Hello everyone I am new here so if I mess up and ask a retarded question please only put the tip in and dont fuck me raw
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>>41868920
Based.
>>41881594
Found a chunk of Copper pipe in the parking lot at work yesterday. Amazing how much Copper just gets thrown out given how valuable it is.
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Kek was there yesterday. Your dad got in first told me his son is the next one
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>>41882091
>>41878840
>>41872755

Thanks Anons, you gave me a laugh.
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>>41882470
when I worked at AT&T about 4 years ago, me and some coworkers were bored so we were standing outside of the store as no customers came for awhile. We watched in the distance of some truck that pulled up to a construction site and tossed a bunch of copper pipe in the back of it and quickly watched it just dart off in a pitch of black smoke. My boss saw it too and he said "I don't even give a shit, fuck it. I enjoyed seeing a green field in front of the store and those assholes have to pay somehow for coming and ruining our view" KEK
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What value is there in graded ASEs over loose ASEs if any?
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>>41882645
Graded ASE's make you look like a cuck and take up more space.
Loose ASE's are chad and allow you to stack more wealth.
Also no one gives a fuck about whether your brand new 2021 1 oz coin was MS 70 or 69. Buy ounces not stickers.
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stacked 100oz of silver today. Small diversification from cryptos gains.

you /pmg boomers better be right
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>>41875471
Idk man... Canada makes 20 million maples a year
US makes about 15 million eagles a year
And the Chinese population of a billion all get the first pick so I feel like demand:mintage ratio is pretty good

Its DEFINITELY not the highest. US made 30 million eagles in 2020
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>>41883092
I never realized canabucks are that worthless.
At least you got out.
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>>41883024
How about if I have the ability to get my ASEs graded and not pay the cost? It's out of my possession for a month and a half.
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>>41883092
should have bought gold
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Anyone ever go into malls and cringe from the retards who buy gold-plated bullshit?
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>>41883340
Why would you get them graded? It's literally a $30 bullion coin, millions are produced every year. It's like grading your used toilet paper; It doesn't make it any more valuable and it takes up more space.
If you want to get them graded go ahead but you're essentially just making the coin 3x harder to store in bulk compared to stacking dense tubes.
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>>41883340
Anon, on average it costs about $35 to have a single coin graded. An uncirculated 1996 ASE, the rarest year, is worth $60. Since ASEs don't circulate all of the dates can be obtained in high mint state just from ordinary purchases. Grading is pointless when 90% of all ASEs are would probably grade as MS 69 or 70 if they were graded. There's no need to waste money on what are essentially fancy coin holders.
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>>41883092
Lmao that's almost $1000 more than US prices
Even if you convert prices that's $200 more than it would be in USD

Also you're retarded if you think (key word if) that we're saying you're gonna get massive gains on silver
Silver and gold Is for very long term profit and store of value.
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>>41883340
>>41883518
>>41883566
Step aside peasants
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>>41883092
>Decides to get into silver
>Buys it as 1 bar

Fuck off back to crypto
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New delivery today! These really fucked up my average premium per ounce but they're pretty cool to have.
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>>41877739
I would just like to let you all know that I was wise enough after attempting to bargain with that bitch to deny the offer of that gold necklace. I'll find something more reasonably priced that matches the dollar with the logical amount of gold.



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