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Buy, sell or swap your precious metals. This section is for PM located in UK & Europe. Please indicate which country you are shipping from in your thread.
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Trade Prefixes:
Please use the appropriate prefix for your trade topic. Once you have completed your topic, or if you decide to withdraw your topic please update your listing with the appropriate prefix. To do this use the edit button and select the approbate prefix from the drop down menu.

  • For Sale
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  • For Sale or Exchange
  • For Auction
  • Wanted
  • Completed
  • Withdrawn
  • Expression of Interest - (used for example if wanting to gauge interest of potential group buy, or if you should remove items from storage to sell. Not to be used to request offers without a stated asking price.)

 

For sale listings

All topics listing items for sale must state an asking price. (Apart from when you are solely looking to exchange, then please state your asking exchange)

 

Auctions:

Please feel free to list Auction style listings if you wish.

  • State your terms
  • your starting price
  • the auction end time/date
  • Shipping info etc.

Members can bid on your auction by commenting in your thread.

Feel free to set a hidden reserve price, stating that there is a hidden reserve price and commenting when the reserve has been hit.

Be sure to clearly state your rules as to avoid any confusion.



Disclaimer: The following applies to all Members/Sellers on the forum. Members trade at their own risk. The Silver Forum does not vet any members/sellers on the forum and neither myself nor the forum is liable for any loss(es) that may result from trades. I also can not mediate any trades, this is between the two parties to discuss and resolve any issues that they might have.

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