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  1. Perth Mint Rectangular Bullion Coin

    Now in stock on gs.be
  2. @BackyardBullion from where did you get that QB's wood case?
  3. 41 euro!!! that's ridiculous! After all that's 1 oz silver in bullion grade, it's not even proof quality, neither is rare cause it has been just released... it would be rare when sold out everywhere, but come on... they can't put such price on coin just because been announced with low mintage. 30 000 is actually not that low, they are selling less 10 oz kook's for a year.
  4. It's now 26.21 € with expected availability 8th of March. Orders are opened!
  5. I'm new to these group buys, is there any discount from the seller in this case goldsilver.be, or they are selling at their regular price?
  6. Perth Mint Rectangular Bullion Coin

    Nice looking "coins"
  7. Perth Mint Rectangular Bullion Coin

    It has face value of $1, so technically it is a coin in rectangular shape
  8. SIlver Thaler

    Found this - https://www.flickr.com/photos/68432253@N04/7132784823 That's a modern restrike of the 1780 Austria Silver Maria Theresa Thaler.
  9. Just watched this video on youtube: Royal Canadian Mint are claiming that they have produced a technology to significantly reduce the milk spots! The info from the video here - http://www.mint.ca/store/campaign/Mintshield-7700022?lang=en_CA# Anyone with 2018 maple leaf to give some feedback? It this thing worth eliminating milk spots?
  10. Perth Mint Rectangular Bullion Coin

    I suppose no
  11. Perth Mint Rectangular Bullion Coin

    You can buy them from https://auragentum.de Their gold prices are cheaper than goldsilver.be and PayPal fee is only 1.9% compared to 4% of goldsilver.be.
  12. A New Purchase

    @Mosquito Well, the thing is that Britannia's are not the only one with milk spots, which I have.. I have 20 Queen's Beasts (5 of each beast) and almost all of them have milk spots, worst are the Lions. Selling them is not an option as I want to complete 5 full series, so cleaning is the way to go. Britannia's and Queen's Beasts are very shiny coins, don't use rubber/eraser on them as you will clean the milk spots together with the shiny look of the coins. Jewelry cloth works, but makes little hair scratches. On such highly polished coins this is clearly visible.. so.. I don't know. Have cleaned two coins and the others left as they are - milky. You are lucky that don't have milk spots on yours.
  13. Perth Mint Roman Legion High Relief

    That's a beautiful coin!
  14. A New Purchase

    I'm also a new stacker and new to the forum, so was wondering whether you have milk spots on the Britannias? I have two anniversary Britannias and sadly both have milk spots...
  15. I would convert the virtual currency into physical gold Some web shops offer buying silver/gold coins with bitcoin. That strategy would be feasible if you are mining cryptos.