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HighlandTiger

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HighlandTiger last won the day on July 17 2016

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  1. Are people losing their minds?

    Plenty of bargains still to be had. I'm still picking up silver at spot there. If I had the time (and money), I could pick up silver at spot value (give or take the odd percent) on a daily basis on Ebay Gold on the other hand is a bit more difficult [emoji12]
  2. Scottish Teaspoons?

    Unfortunately I'm not sure you have silver spoons there. None of the marks correspond with any official silver hallmarks. Not even the Scottish provincial marks either. I suggest you put a message on this forum. http://www.925-1000.com/forum/index.php The guys there are truly experts in their field and they should be able to give a definitive answer. I'll be interested to hear what they think
  3. Scottish Teaspoons?

    Can't really give you any more information without a close up of the hallmarks. If you can give us a clear image of these I should be able to ID them for you
  4. for sale Selling all my gold

    Here ya go......
  5. for sale Selling all my gold

    Selling lots of gold. Big family holiday coming up over the New Year so needing the cash Usual terms, postage will depend on what sort of postage you want. £3.00 recorded, £8.00 special delivery. (Although with the Xmas season fast approaching I would strongly recommend special delivery). Will only send abroad to people who have bought from me in the past. Payment by bank transfer preferably, but will accept paypal gift. PM for details etc etc Half Sovs £125 each apart from shields which are £140. All sold as bullion, First come first served. 1890 (Shield) 1892 (Shield) 1893 1897 1901 1911 1913 1913 1915 Perth £130 SOLD 1982 1982 1997 - Proof (Only proof coins were made in this year) £140 (no box or coa etc) 2002 2009 - Proof £140 (no box or coa etc) Full Sovs 1873 Melbourne £260 SOLD 1899 Sydney £260 1911 Canada (Ottawa) £270 SOLD 2014 £250 SOLD Foreign Gold Austria Philharmonic 1/4 oz 2015 £265 Austria 1915 20 Corona £210 Austria 1915 1 Ducat Re-Strike £120
  6. Lets talk Whiskey

    Whisky lovers will know there are 4 whisky regions in Scotland . Highland, Speyside, Western Isles and Campbeltown. In fact at one time Campbeltown had more distilleries than anywhere else on the planet. Here is their list of UK distributors for Springbank. Enjoy. http://www.springbankwhisky.com/distributors/
  7. Lets talk Whiskey

    pah.!. Not one of you heathens have mentioned the greatest whisky producing area of Scotland. Springbank distillery in Campbeltown makes some of the best whisky you will ever drink. (As seen on the recent bbc documentary on Whisky) None of you can call yourself a whisky drinker if you have never tasted Campbeltown whisky.
  8. In the mean time actual fans can't get tickets and get ripped off by touts. Sorry but I despise all touts in whatever shape or form. (Have had many an argument outside Chelsea's ground with the scum). The sooner the bill is passed to make it illegal to sell tickets for above face value the better. (There is an amendment being added to a bill going through parliament as we speak to curb touting)
  9. UK, Leave the EU?

    I stop posting for a few weeks and I come back to find the left wing tin foil hat brigade have taking over the asylum known as the Silver Forum
  10. Not away. But got a big family holiday coming up in the new year. So saving cash instead of shiny bits of metal
  11. I have to smile reading about putting bookies winnings and fruit machine winnings into a jar to save. You'd probably find you'll save more by putting the money you would have punted at the bookies into the jar, instead of just the winnings. On a side note, I have been putting all my loose change in a jar since Easter, checked it yesterday and I have £327.57. This challenge, while a great idea, is a bit of a faff for me. But I will still be chucking in all my spare change, (unlike many here, I pay for most things with cash, so I've always got loose change) into the jar. Good luck to everyone though.
  12. Bad Bullion Dealers - I have found a bad egg

    Just a small point. The word "Guarenteed" on your business card is spelled wrong. It should be "Guaranteed"
  13. Too late to get bitcoin?

    You conveniently forgot one. Exposure to speculative losses.
  14. Silver Surfer