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I’ve successfully used the bicarb aluminium method on my gold bullion coins which developed red spots. However, I would strongly dissuade others from using the method on numismatic or collector coins because collectors expect old gold and silver coins to have red blemishes and tarnish.
Most probably you could get your money blocked with them and get nothing in return for a couple of months. After this crisis will be over maybe they will realize it's time you got refunded. So that is what I fear, that's why I asked about the trustworthiness of the dealer.
Heartfelt EMPATHY buddy! - if you need help in any way that can be dealt with remotely - just PM me! 👍
or just to get things off your chest! so to speak!
You would be amazed at what logistics co-coordinators can come up with! 😉
My misses is a front line nurse, dealing with patients with Covid-19, its a horrible situation to be dealing with & numerous times she has come home & cried asking me if she dies to make sure the 4yr old & 1yr old know that she loved them & not to forget her 😭 kind of wish she was not a nurse now. Shes only 28 but as we all know this can take anyone in its path.
HOLY CRUD!! WE HAVE SOME INTELLIGENCE in the UK!!
BoE showing some !
Bailey, acknowledging that the world faced a “time of great uncertainty”, said he would oppose any calls for the BoE to print money simply to help the government.
“Using monetary financing would damage credibility on controlling inflation by eroding operational independence,” Bailey said in an opinion piece published by the Financial Times.
“It would also ultimately result in an unsustainable central bank balance sheet and is incompatible with the pursuit of an inflation target by an independent central bank.”
When the BoE announced the expansion of its bond purchase plan to 645 billion pounds on March 19 - most of it for government bonds - Bailey stressed he was not abandoning the long-standing concerns of central bankers about monetary financing “because history tells us where that leads”.
From here - - https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-health-coronavirus-britain-boe/boe-wont-print-money-to-fund-uk-fight-against-coronavirus-bailey-idUKKBN21N0MY