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Art rounds for the Silverbug community
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Big Grin  These will probably get the attention of the silverbugs here.

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This one is for TUS. Smile

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.....and if you're a silverbug, 2017 came early.

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#2
How do you know it is pure silver? And not mixed with depleted Uranium.....without buying a Geiger counter?

Apart from that, they are nice. I like silver, but it is nicer as jewellery that you can wear. Silver amulets are good, as they keep away evil as well as looking pretty. Old medieval style amulets.
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#3
ANY SILVER UNDER $20 AN OZ IS A GODDAMNED BUY!
BUY IT LUNGER!
YOU CAN "THANK ME" LATER...
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#4
................ Yes SILVO .... but do they keep KHOSOVARS away too ?????
Rolleyes    JP MORGAN metals price suppression Team-LEADER / and bank run expert ... to Jamie Diamonds
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#5
TUS, I ENJOYED A "NEELYS BROWN PIG" FOR LUNCH TODAY... IT WAS DELICIOUS!
THOUGHT OF YOU, OUT ON THE "FANTAIL" WITH THE CAPT'N, YOU LUCKY BASTARD...
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#6
(09-26-2016, 08:34 PM)silverfish Wrote: How do you know it is pure silver?  And not mixed with depleted Uranium.....without buying a Geiger counter?

Apart from that, they are nice.  I like silver, but it is nicer as jewellery that you can wear.  Silver amulets are good, as they keep away evil as well as looking pretty.  Old medieval style amulets.

One of the biggest problems with the "no-name" silver rounds and bars is that you might be sold counterfeits.

The Chinese private minters are churning out vast vast quantities of fakes today.  This is true of both bullion and numismatic stuff.  The Chinese are complete bastards.

At a minimum, you need to own an electronic scale for these.  Maybe calipers too (to measure diameters).

And the other thing that you need to be told - buy these "no-name" rounds and later on take them into a brick and mortar coin shop that didn't sell them to you in the first place - be prepared for a bid three or four dollars LESS than spot, IF they will bids at all.

IF you are in England, well the silver market is different over there - silver has always been treated as more special (and more pricey) than in the USA.

oly
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(09-26-2016, 08:34 PM)silverfish Wrote: How do you know it is pure silver?  And not mixed with depleted Uranium.....without buying a Geiger counter?

The same way you know your jewelry is the real thing, and not brass.

It is marked.

Of course, you wouldn't buy it from a guy in a dark alley.  Know your seller.

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#8
Gotta check and see if I still know how to post pictures .



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I guess not.

Stinger, can you refresh my memory on how to post these things?

Thanks
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(12-23-2017, 04:15 PM)aqua Wrote: Gotta  check and see if I still know how to post pictures .



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I guess not.

Stinger, can you refresh my memory on how to post these things?

Thanks

Right click on the image and choose "copy image location". Go to the thread where you want to post, go to "preview post". Click on image icon and in the popup, paste the location. Click on "preview" to make sure, then "post".
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(12-24-2017, 04:43 AM)aqua Wrote: Hmmm......it seems to matter which browser I use to right click on pictures?

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Russian Chevronets - good gold, should NOT pay too much of a premium, however.
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