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  1. You could sell on localbitcoins If you're happy with the rate then I think you just register, transfer the btc to your wallet on there. You'd choose somebody suitable to sell to (I would only accept bank transfer) and when they have paid you click a button to release the coins to them.
  2. I think the £5 was just loaded in ATMs on the day of release and word got around which cash machines had them. The tenners may be more widely available on day one since most ATMs don't hold fivers.
  3. @mongo28 only Tapatalk users can see the pics you've posted. If you use the "attachment" option rather than the "photo" option when adding pics on Tapatalk then people using both versions can see.
  4. @Silveraddict90 thread moved to the trade section.
  5. Hello and welcome!!!
  6. The first page of the silver forum premium members?
  7. http://www.devonlive.com/another-5-note-worth-50k-has-been-put-into-circulation/story-30273785-detail/story.html
  8. We now have a sub forum for posting your own videos. Feel free to start your own topics for your channels or whatever you think is best. http://thesilverforum.com/forum/61-youtube-topics-videos/
  9. Back dating can be expensive though. I think most people buy multiples on release and hope for the best. Certain coins have a good record of quality such as Perth Mint coins and Chinese Pandas.
  10. Hello and welcome!!
  11. No I'd rather the coins arrived perfect but I'm happy with ugly as long as it's cheap. Maybe buying the coin early is more of a gamble as they could milk in my possession.
  12. I don't really think about that as I don't get modern bullion with the intention of grading. However, if you buy from one of the large dealers who send their coins for grading I imagine that the chaff to wheat ratio would increase as time went on.
  13. I got lucky as the same person bought all three so Im saving on post and I have £1 max fee per coin. I will be cancelling the other characters. The Peter did well last year because people didn't know there would be any further coins.