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    sixgun got a reaction from Beekepper in How to invest 5000€   
    Good decision. Forget these gold bars. There will always be problems selling them even if you have bought them from an official shop, even with all the paperwork, there will be people who are wary of them because of the fakes. Buy a coin that is popular in Slovenia. Popular coins sell well so you will be able to sell it easily when the time comes. Perhaps sovereigns sell for good prices and you could buy them off this forum or the British dealers. Whatever is popular and sells well, this should be your choice.
  2. Like
    sixgun got a reaction from onlyroadtoheaven in Calling all seasoned stackers   
    For ease of holding it must be gold every time. 
    If you acquire a big stack, for ease of moving it around it has to be gold.
    For ease of selling without the potential of significant loss of premium paid, it would be gold.
    If you are concerned about milk spots and tarnishing, it is gold.
    So why would you ever consider silver? That is a good question. 
    The gains in silver can be significant. The selling price of most gold coins closely tracks the price of gold. With silver there can be very big premiums if you have the right coins. This at the same time creates the potential for big losses if you are forced to sell. 
    Silver is grossly undervalued. Buying a few coins will not break the bank. It is more affordable. Having more coins might seen great but at the same time you have to store them safely. This can become a problem.
    The reason i have silver is i am certain the price of precious metals will very significantly increase in a price reset. i can see the steps towards that happening right now, so i am happy to hold my silver.
  3. Like
    sixgun got a reaction from onlyroadtoheaven in Calling all seasoned stackers   
    For ease of holding it must be gold every time. 
    If you acquire a big stack, for ease of moving it around it has to be gold.
    For ease of selling without the potential of significant loss of premium paid, it would be gold.
    If you are concerned about milk spots and tarnishing, it is gold.
    So why would you ever consider silver? That is a good question. 
    The gains in silver can be significant. The selling price of most gold coins closely tracks the price of gold. With silver there can be very big premiums if you have the right coins. This at the same time creates the potential for big losses if you are forced to sell. 
    Silver is grossly undervalued. Buying a few coins will not break the bank. It is more affordable. Having more coins might seen great but at the same time you have to store them safely. This can become a problem.
    The reason i have silver is i am certain the price of precious metals will very significantly increase in a price reset. i can see the steps towards that happening right now, so i am happy to hold my silver.
  4. Like
    sixgun got a reaction from seXes in A milestone 500 t oz   
    Yes this is a decent weight of silver. Well done. 
    i have an Excel file for my coins. i colour code different types so i can see at a glance what is junk silver, bars, coins etc. The software works out the running total of silver weight with each addition. i would have no idea how much i had without this file, i ran out of fingers and toes to count some time ago. 
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    sixgun got a reaction from JunkBond in ECB Proposes End To Deposit Protection   
    Yet another signal that the bankers are going to collapse the paper system and use this as an excuse to steal everyone's currency. Keep just enough cash in the bank and no more. 
    A strong signal that many paper assets will be toast.
  6. Like
    sixgun got a reaction from kimchi in How to invest 5000€   
    Don't get gold bars. i was just reading about a recent case where a jeweller bought a gold bar from a Royal Canadian Mint. This has hit the headlines. It is too easy to fake a gold bar. They will come in the right looking wrapping. Unless you have the equipment and knowledge about how to test the bar and you can get your cash back if it doesn't check out, steer clear.
    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-30/could-be-huge-gold-bar-certified-royal-canadian-mint-exposed-fake
    Backyard Bullion [a forum member] has a monthly order with goldsilver.be where members of the forum send him orders for coins and he sends a single order into goldsilver.be. He gets the coins and then sends them to the people who ordered them. This works out cheaper for people in the UK as the postage charges are less but it might works out more expensive for you. i have ordered from goldsilver.be a few times. There has been an issue with the couriers they use. They say they send coins all over the world. As far as Europe is concerned their prices are good.
    The other option is the German dealers. There is a price comparison website http://gold.de. This will give you are good idea of where the best prices in Germany are. i have never had problems with German dealers. The other option is as already mentioned http://celticgold.eu in Estonia [this outfit is actually German].
    i can see you are going for the cheapest silver coins. The Maple Leaf and the Philharmonic. These are good prices for 1oz of silver. In the end this may be the right decision to get as much silver as cheaply as possible. i have both coins. i got them cheaply and i view them simply as silver. The Philharmonic is the same coin every year. It will only be worth the value of the silver, it has little to no value as a coin. There are lots of interesting versions of the Maple. Some of them become collectible. The BIG problem with silver coins from the Royal Canadian Mint is they WILL develop milk spot. Read about milk spot if you do not know what it is. The Philharmonic often develops milk spot as well. People who collect coins know if they bought a tube of Maple Leaf coins they will develop milk spot. People don't want to pay more than the value of the silver for a coin with milk spot.
    So both coins you mention are very basic silver coins you will be able to sell again but you will not get anymore than the value of the silver back. That means in the short term you will lose money. If as i expect the price of silver goes up a lot. It is not a matter of if it goes up, it is only a matter of when. Your basic silver coins will be worth many times the price you paid and it won't matter if they have milk spot. People have been waiting for silver to go up since 2011. Quite a few people here paid higher prices for their silver and have lost money or wish they had not bought the coins. Patience will be rewarded. i have quite a bit of gold but i mainly have silver for the simple reason i am certain it will become many times more valuable, it is an absolute bargain at the moment.
    i would recommend Australian Perth Mint Lunar series coins. Maybe not the 1oz b/c the other weights can make more money over time. These coins are very good quality and rarely develop milk spot. They all come in capsules. If you keep the coins for a few years you will probably make more money. Do not be afraid to collect coins that are a bit more expensive if they are good quality and have collector potential.
    If however you do not want to take a gamble on silver you could buy good value gold coins. You could store 5000€ gold very easily. In the UK people recommend the gold sovereign coins. They are good value and fairly easy to sell. You do not pay a lot more than the value of the gold. They are completely tax free in the UK so even if gold went up to $60 000/oz there is no tax to pay [at the moment]. There may be a similar coin in Slovakia which people collect there. The Austrian Ducat is a nice coin.
    http://www.hattongardenmetals.com/buy/pid105/aus-ducat-4.aspx
    This could be a coin for Slovakia maybe. There are some nice small gold coins that are not too high a premium.
     
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    sixgun got a reaction from tbone in Calling all seasoned stackers   
    Cut your teeth on small gold coins. Sovereigns are more affordable, tax free, easy to sell and can be got for around spot price. 
    If you can get silver at or near spot price get it.
    Be an opportunist. If a good value coin comes up here or elsewhere that you like then get it.
    ALWAYS remember that one day you will probably sell the coin you are looking at so get a feel for what sells and more importantly what doesn't.
    This will sort your investment side out. If you have a collector bone in your body then do as Kman says, look out for collector coins which you think will do well in the future. These will be the ones you could make most money. You will see people here talking about this sort of coin. Get on board these quickly once you have a feel for the right stuff, their prices can run away with themselves but don't get carried away - beware fads and hype.  
    There is skill and experience in doing all this. Watch the forum, look at what others are buying and decide on each - was that a good buy? - why might it be a bad buy?
    Try to think with your head not your heart, so educate your head. 
  8. Like
    sixgun got a reaction from tbone in Calling all seasoned stackers   
    Cut your teeth on small gold coins. Sovereigns are more affordable, tax free, easy to sell and can be got for around spot price. 
    If you can get silver at or near spot price get it.
    Be an opportunist. If a good value coin comes up here or elsewhere that you like then get it.
    ALWAYS remember that one day you will probably sell the coin you are looking at so get a feel for what sells and more importantly what doesn't.
    This will sort your investment side out. If you have a collector bone in your body then do as Kman says, look out for collector coins which you think will do well in the future. These will be the ones you could make most money. You will see people here talking about this sort of coin. Get on board these quickly once you have a feel for the right stuff, their prices can run away with themselves but don't get carried away - beware fads and hype.  
    There is skill and experience in doing all this. Watch the forum, look at what others are buying and decide on each - was that a good buy? - why might it be a bad buy?
    Try to think with your head not your heart, so educate your head. 
  9. Like
    sixgun got a reaction from tbone in Calling all seasoned stackers   
    Cut your teeth on small gold coins. Sovereigns are more affordable, tax free, easy to sell and can be got for around spot price. 
    If you can get silver at or near spot price get it.
    Be an opportunist. If a good value coin comes up here or elsewhere that you like then get it.
    ALWAYS remember that one day you will probably sell the coin you are looking at so get a feel for what sells and more importantly what doesn't.
    This will sort your investment side out. If you have a collector bone in your body then do as Kman says, look out for collector coins which you think will do well in the future. These will be the ones you could make most money. You will see people here talking about this sort of coin. Get on board these quickly once you have a feel for the right stuff, their prices can run away with themselves but don't get carried away - beware fads and hype.  
    There is skill and experience in doing all this. Watch the forum, look at what others are buying and decide on each - was that a good buy? - why might it be a bad buy?
    Try to think with your head not your heart, so educate your head. 
  10. Like
    sixgun got a reaction from onlyroadtoheaven in Calling all seasoned stackers   
    For ease of holding it must be gold every time. 
    If you acquire a big stack, for ease of moving it around it has to be gold.
    For ease of selling without the potential of significant loss of premium paid, it would be gold.
    If you are concerned about milk spots and tarnishing, it is gold.
    So why would you ever consider silver? That is a good question. 
    The gains in silver can be significant. The selling price of most gold coins closely tracks the price of gold. With silver there can be very big premiums if you have the right coins. This at the same time creates the potential for big losses if you are forced to sell. 
    Silver is grossly undervalued. Buying a few coins will not break the bank. It is more affordable. Having more coins might seen great but at the same time you have to store them safely. This can become a problem.
    The reason i have silver is i am certain the price of precious metals will very significantly increase in a price reset. i can see the steps towards that happening right now, so i am happy to hold my silver.
  11. Like
    sixgun got a reaction from onlyroadtoheaven in Calling all seasoned stackers   
    For ease of holding it must be gold every time. 
    If you acquire a big stack, for ease of moving it around it has to be gold.
    For ease of selling without the potential of significant loss of premium paid, it would be gold.
    If you are concerned about milk spots and tarnishing, it is gold.
    So why would you ever consider silver? That is a good question. 
    The gains in silver can be significant. The selling price of most gold coins closely tracks the price of gold. With silver there can be very big premiums if you have the right coins. This at the same time creates the potential for big losses if you are forced to sell. 
    Silver is grossly undervalued. Buying a few coins will not break the bank. It is more affordable. Having more coins might seen great but at the same time you have to store them safely. This can become a problem.
    The reason i have silver is i am certain the price of precious metals will very significantly increase in a price reset. i can see the steps towards that happening right now, so i am happy to hold my silver.
  12. Like
    sixgun got a reaction from onlyroadtoheaven in Calling all seasoned stackers   
    For ease of holding it must be gold every time. 
    If you acquire a big stack, for ease of moving it around it has to be gold.
    For ease of selling without the potential of significant loss of premium paid, it would be gold.
    If you are concerned about milk spots and tarnishing, it is gold.
    So why would you ever consider silver? That is a good question. 
    The gains in silver can be significant. The selling price of most gold coins closely tracks the price of gold. With silver there can be very big premiums if you have the right coins. This at the same time creates the potential for big losses if you are forced to sell. 
    Silver is grossly undervalued. Buying a few coins will not break the bank. It is more affordable. Having more coins might seen great but at the same time you have to store them safely. This can become a problem.
    The reason i have silver is i am certain the price of precious metals will very significantly increase in a price reset. i can see the steps towards that happening right now, so i am happy to hold my silver.
  13. Like
    sixgun got a reaction from onlyroadtoheaven in Calling all seasoned stackers   
    For ease of holding it must be gold every time. 
    If you acquire a big stack, for ease of moving it around it has to be gold.
    For ease of selling without the potential of significant loss of premium paid, it would be gold.
    If you are concerned about milk spots and tarnishing, it is gold.
    So why would you ever consider silver? That is a good question. 
    The gains in silver can be significant. The selling price of most gold coins closely tracks the price of gold. With silver there can be very big premiums if you have the right coins. This at the same time creates the potential for big losses if you are forced to sell. 
    Silver is grossly undervalued. Buying a few coins will not break the bank. It is more affordable. Having more coins might seen great but at the same time you have to store them safely. This can become a problem.
    The reason i have silver is i am certain the price of precious metals will very significantly increase in a price reset. i can see the steps towards that happening right now, so i am happy to hold my silver.
  14. Like
    sixgun got a reaction from onlyroadtoheaven in Calling all seasoned stackers   
    For ease of holding it must be gold every time. 
    If you acquire a big stack, for ease of moving it around it has to be gold.
    For ease of selling without the potential of significant loss of premium paid, it would be gold.
    If you are concerned about milk spots and tarnishing, it is gold.
    So why would you ever consider silver? That is a good question. 
    The gains in silver can be significant. The selling price of most gold coins closely tracks the price of gold. With silver there can be very big premiums if you have the right coins. This at the same time creates the potential for big losses if you are forced to sell. 
    Silver is grossly undervalued. Buying a few coins will not break the bank. It is more affordable. Having more coins might seen great but at the same time you have to store them safely. This can become a problem.
    The reason i have silver is i am certain the price of precious metals will very significantly increase in a price reset. i can see the steps towards that happening right now, so i am happy to hold my silver.
  15. Like
    sixgun got a reaction from kimchi in How to invest 5000€   
    Don't get gold bars. i was just reading about a recent case where a jeweller bought a gold bar from a Royal Canadian Mint. This has hit the headlines. It is too easy to fake a gold bar. They will come in the right looking wrapping. Unless you have the equipment and knowledge about how to test the bar and you can get your cash back if it doesn't check out, steer clear.
    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-30/could-be-huge-gold-bar-certified-royal-canadian-mint-exposed-fake
    Backyard Bullion [a forum member] has a monthly order with goldsilver.be where members of the forum send him orders for coins and he sends a single order into goldsilver.be. He gets the coins and then sends them to the people who ordered them. This works out cheaper for people in the UK as the postage charges are less but it might works out more expensive for you. i have ordered from goldsilver.be a few times. There has been an issue with the couriers they use. They say they send coins all over the world. As far as Europe is concerned their prices are good.
    The other option is the German dealers. There is a price comparison website http://gold.de. This will give you are good idea of where the best prices in Germany are. i have never had problems with German dealers. The other option is as already mentioned http://celticgold.eu in Estonia [this outfit is actually German].
    i can see you are going for the cheapest silver coins. The Maple Leaf and the Philharmonic. These are good prices for 1oz of silver. In the end this may be the right decision to get as much silver as cheaply as possible. i have both coins. i got them cheaply and i view them simply as silver. The Philharmonic is the same coin every year. It will only be worth the value of the silver, it has little to no value as a coin. There are lots of interesting versions of the Maple. Some of them become collectible. The BIG problem with silver coins from the Royal Canadian Mint is they WILL develop milk spot. Read about milk spot if you do not know what it is. The Philharmonic often develops milk spot as well. People who collect coins know if they bought a tube of Maple Leaf coins they will develop milk spot. People don't want to pay more than the value of the silver for a coin with milk spot.
    So both coins you mention are very basic silver coins you will be able to sell again but you will not get anymore than the value of the silver back. That means in the short term you will lose money. If as i expect the price of silver goes up a lot. It is not a matter of if it goes up, it is only a matter of when. Your basic silver coins will be worth many times the price you paid and it won't matter if they have milk spot. People have been waiting for silver to go up since 2011. Quite a few people here paid higher prices for their silver and have lost money or wish they had not bought the coins. Patience will be rewarded. i have quite a bit of gold but i mainly have silver for the simple reason i am certain it will become many times more valuable, it is an absolute bargain at the moment.
    i would recommend Australian Perth Mint Lunar series coins. Maybe not the 1oz b/c the other weights can make more money over time. These coins are very good quality and rarely develop milk spot. They all come in capsules. If you keep the coins for a few years you will probably make more money. Do not be afraid to collect coins that are a bit more expensive if they are good quality and have collector potential.
    If however you do not want to take a gamble on silver you could buy good value gold coins. You could store 5000€ gold very easily. In the UK people recommend the gold sovereign coins. They are good value and fairly easy to sell. You do not pay a lot more than the value of the gold. They are completely tax free in the UK so even if gold went up to $60 000/oz there is no tax to pay [at the moment]. There may be a similar coin in Slovakia which people collect there. The Austrian Ducat is a nice coin.
    http://www.hattongardenmetals.com/buy/pid105/aus-ducat-4.aspx
    This could be a coin for Slovakia maybe. There are some nice small gold coins that are not too high a premium.
     
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    sixgun got a reaction from RichRock in Bars Photo Thread...   
    El Gordo [the big fat one].




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    sixgun got a reaction from JunkBond in Andy Hoffman says he's sold all his silver   
    At the end of a bear market [almost] everyone has thrown in the towel. The silver market bottomed a little while ago but i thought it was interesting one of the biggest silver pumpers was basically saying sell your silver and buy BTC. i looked to see if Miles Franklin had given him the boot and was not surprised to find he was no longer writing for or promoting them.
    i hold some cryptocurrency but most of my chips are in precious metals. For me i see the way forward is a marriage of precious metals and cryptos. This will re-monetise precious metals. i predict this is as near as a few weeks away.
  18. Like
    sixgun got a reaction from JunkBond in Andy Hoffman says he's sold all his silver   
    At the end of a bear market [almost] everyone has thrown in the towel. The silver market bottomed a little while ago but i thought it was interesting one of the biggest silver pumpers was basically saying sell your silver and buy BTC. i looked to see if Miles Franklin had given him the boot and was not surprised to find he was no longer writing for or promoting them.
    i hold some cryptocurrency but most of my chips are in precious metals. For me i see the way forward is a marriage of precious metals and cryptos. This will re-monetise precious metals. i predict this is as near as a few weeks away.
  19. Like
    sixgun got a reaction from kimchi in How to invest 5000€   
    Don't get gold bars. i was just reading about a recent case where a jeweller bought a gold bar from a Royal Canadian Mint. This has hit the headlines. It is too easy to fake a gold bar. They will come in the right looking wrapping. Unless you have the equipment and knowledge about how to test the bar and you can get your cash back if it doesn't check out, steer clear.
    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-30/could-be-huge-gold-bar-certified-royal-canadian-mint-exposed-fake
    Backyard Bullion [a forum member] has a monthly order with goldsilver.be where members of the forum send him orders for coins and he sends a single order into goldsilver.be. He gets the coins and then sends them to the people who ordered them. This works out cheaper for people in the UK as the postage charges are less but it might works out more expensive for you. i have ordered from goldsilver.be a few times. There has been an issue with the couriers they use. They say they send coins all over the world. As far as Europe is concerned their prices are good.
    The other option is the German dealers. There is a price comparison website http://gold.de. This will give you are good idea of where the best prices in Germany are. i have never had problems with German dealers. The other option is as already mentioned http://celticgold.eu in Estonia [this outfit is actually German].
    i can see you are going for the cheapest silver coins. The Maple Leaf and the Philharmonic. These are good prices for 1oz of silver. In the end this may be the right decision to get as much silver as cheaply as possible. i have both coins. i got them cheaply and i view them simply as silver. The Philharmonic is the same coin every year. It will only be worth the value of the silver, it has little to no value as a coin. There are lots of interesting versions of the Maple. Some of them become collectible. The BIG problem with silver coins from the Royal Canadian Mint is they WILL develop milk spot. Read about milk spot if you do not know what it is. The Philharmonic often develops milk spot as well. People who collect coins know if they bought a tube of Maple Leaf coins they will develop milk spot. People don't want to pay more than the value of the silver for a coin with milk spot.
    So both coins you mention are very basic silver coins you will be able to sell again but you will not get anymore than the value of the silver back. That means in the short term you will lose money. If as i expect the price of silver goes up a lot. It is not a matter of if it goes up, it is only a matter of when. Your basic silver coins will be worth many times the price you paid and it won't matter if they have milk spot. People have been waiting for silver to go up since 2011. Quite a few people here paid higher prices for their silver and have lost money or wish they had not bought the coins. Patience will be rewarded. i have quite a bit of gold but i mainly have silver for the simple reason i am certain it will become many times more valuable, it is an absolute bargain at the moment.
    i would recommend Australian Perth Mint Lunar series coins. Maybe not the 1oz b/c the other weights can make more money over time. These coins are very good quality and rarely develop milk spot. They all come in capsules. If you keep the coins for a few years you will probably make more money. Do not be afraid to collect coins that are a bit more expensive if they are good quality and have collector potential.
    If however you do not want to take a gamble on silver you could buy good value gold coins. You could store 5000€ gold very easily. In the UK people recommend the gold sovereign coins. They are good value and fairly easy to sell. You do not pay a lot more than the value of the gold. They are completely tax free in the UK so even if gold went up to $60 000/oz there is no tax to pay [at the moment]. There may be a similar coin in Slovakia which people collect there. The Austrian Ducat is a nice coin.
    http://www.hattongardenmetals.com/buy/pid105/aus-ducat-4.aspx
    This could be a coin for Slovakia maybe. There are some nice small gold coins that are not too high a premium.
     
  20. Like
    sixgun got a reaction from kimchi in How to invest 5000€   
    Don't get gold bars. i was just reading about a recent case where a jeweller bought a gold bar from a Royal Canadian Mint. This has hit the headlines. It is too easy to fake a gold bar. They will come in the right looking wrapping. Unless you have the equipment and knowledge about how to test the bar and you can get your cash back if it doesn't check out, steer clear.
    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-30/could-be-huge-gold-bar-certified-royal-canadian-mint-exposed-fake
    Backyard Bullion [a forum member] has a monthly order with goldsilver.be where members of the forum send him orders for coins and he sends a single order into goldsilver.be. He gets the coins and then sends them to the people who ordered them. This works out cheaper for people in the UK as the postage charges are less but it might works out more expensive for you. i have ordered from goldsilver.be a few times. There has been an issue with the couriers they use. They say they send coins all over the world. As far as Europe is concerned their prices are good.
    The other option is the German dealers. There is a price comparison website http://gold.de. This will give you are good idea of where the best prices in Germany are. i have never had problems with German dealers. The other option is as already mentioned http://celticgold.eu in Estonia [this outfit is actually German].
    i can see you are going for the cheapest silver coins. The Maple Leaf and the Philharmonic. These are good prices for 1oz of silver. In the end this may be the right decision to get as much silver as cheaply as possible. i have both coins. i got them cheaply and i view them simply as silver. The Philharmonic is the same coin every year. It will only be worth the value of the silver, it has little to no value as a coin. There are lots of interesting versions of the Maple. Some of them become collectible. The BIG problem with silver coins from the Royal Canadian Mint is they WILL develop milk spot. Read about milk spot if you do not know what it is. The Philharmonic often develops milk spot as well. People who collect coins know if they bought a tube of Maple Leaf coins they will develop milk spot. People don't want to pay more than the value of the silver for a coin with milk spot.
    So both coins you mention are very basic silver coins you will be able to sell again but you will not get anymore than the value of the silver back. That means in the short term you will lose money. If as i expect the price of silver goes up a lot. It is not a matter of if it goes up, it is only a matter of when. Your basic silver coins will be worth many times the price you paid and it won't matter if they have milk spot. People have been waiting for silver to go up since 2011. Quite a few people here paid higher prices for their silver and have lost money or wish they had not bought the coins. Patience will be rewarded. i have quite a bit of gold but i mainly have silver for the simple reason i am certain it will become many times more valuable, it is an absolute bargain at the moment.
    i would recommend Australian Perth Mint Lunar series coins. Maybe not the 1oz b/c the other weights can make more money over time. These coins are very good quality and rarely develop milk spot. They all come in capsules. If you keep the coins for a few years you will probably make more money. Do not be afraid to collect coins that are a bit more expensive if they are good quality and have collector potential.
    If however you do not want to take a gamble on silver you could buy good value gold coins. You could store 5000€ gold very easily. In the UK people recommend the gold sovereign coins. They are good value and fairly easy to sell. You do not pay a lot more than the value of the gold. They are completely tax free in the UK so even if gold went up to $60 000/oz there is no tax to pay [at the moment]. There may be a similar coin in Slovakia which people collect there. The Austrian Ducat is a nice coin.
    http://www.hattongardenmetals.com/buy/pid105/aus-ducat-4.aspx
    This could be a coin for Slovakia maybe. There are some nice small gold coins that are not too high a premium.
     
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    sixgun got a reaction from RichRock in Bars Photo Thread...   
    El Gordo [the big fat one].




  22. Like
    sixgun got a reaction from RichRock in Bars Photo Thread...   
    El Gordo [the big fat one].




  23. Like
    sixgun got a reaction from RichRock in Bars Photo Thread...   
    El Gordo [the big fat one].




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    sixgun got a reaction from 999magnum in War?   
    The invasion of Afghanistan had a massive impact, which is why it was invaded. It is the source of many $billions for dark operations. Afghanistan has massive exports to a street near you. Heroin production when the Taliban were in charge had fallen away to next to nothing. Then democracy visited Afghanistan and heroin production went through the roof. The impact on lives of the heroin being hosed into our communities is immeasurable. The cost runs to 100's of $billions. Damage to property, damaged lives, deaths, family breakdown, abused children, health costs, theft, insurance premiums, court and jail costs, police costs......
    More proof politicians are not and never have worked for us, the people. They are treasonous bastards who should be at the end of a rope.

    i see it said that the reason behind the North Korean pantomine is heroin. Governments are the biggest drug lords in the world. The British Empire were drug dealers to China and strong armed opium into China.
    https://nworeport.me/2017/08/15/kim-jong-un-poppy-fields-in-north-korea-real-reason-for-war/
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    sixgun got a reaction from Bullionbilly in Mint Mark?   
    This is for sale on ebay from a guy i know. If you were interested i could give you his email.
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/5-oz-SHERIFF-BADGE-individually-numbered-ingot-999-fine-silver-discontinued-/162752497238?hash=item25e4ce0656