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Buy, sell or swap your non-precious metals items. (including items relating to precious metals but not actually containing PM, e.g. coin capsules) This section is for non-PM items located in any country. Please indicate which country you are shipping from in your thread. illegal/contraband items will be removed.


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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.

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