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  1. We could use a seperate Elephant Section, but I can not create it ...
  2. Just got these today ... Added 0 minutes later... and these ...
  3. Just received my Christmas Draw price today: my first 2oz Queen's Beast Unicorn 2018. Maybe a start for a new addiction, thanks to @smiddy28 Very happy to end 2018 like this Thanks @smiddy28 and a happy new year for all of the forum members, may all be blessed with loads of new silver in 2019 and even more important a good health for 2019 and the years that follow ...
  4. I use the following method succesfully: Fill a small cup with vinegar. Add salt. Put aluminium foil in it. Put the coin on the foil. If it works, you can see the tarnish disappear in seconds. It is like magic. Rinse the coin with water. Although I never had any negative side-effects, I would not recommend it with expensive coins.
  5. I'm in: 1x Wiener Philharmoniker 2008 1oz Silver + 1x Silver Round Bull/Bear 1oz Silver
  6. You have the possibility to vote "BLANCO" which is a blank vote that doesn't count. That said, I believe a vote can make a difference, especially for local elections. It gives a sign about how people think about the local society. Where I live we get to choose from 6 parties. In some cities you get more or less choices. The choice can also be parties who only show up for local elections and are not the same as the national parties.
  7. Today, in Belgium, it is local election sunday. As we are obligated to vote, it a busy and social sunday, with lots of chit chat about different opinions. Following the news to see if the 'bad' ones lost and the 'good' ones won ...
  8. First thing you need to do is to protest the claim of €390. "Factuur protesteren". Best way to do this is to send this protest as a registered post (always keep a copy of the registered post). By doing so you are protected by Belgian Law for as long as the protest last for the claim of €390,-. If you do not make an official protest, it means that you accept the claim. Second thing to do, to keep the time you invest to a minimum is to make a contra offer. High enough to be a fair amount if it ever makes it to court, but low enough for you to live with. I personally would suggest €25,- euro. Give them a time limit to react. I they do not react, you pay the €25,- They have to deliver the rest of the shipment free of other cost. If they do react and keep holding on to their claim, you will need to open an official claim against them.