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MoralHazard

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  1. Yes of course. Everything is a buy - for a right price! 😁
  2. Managed to snag this from an antique dealer who was not been updating his prices while silver has skyrocketed. Price was melt - 10% 😉
  3. Platinum is structurally weak - it is mainly used in diesel engines that within the next few years fade away entirely because of better technologies. Hard to see platinum ever recovering back above gold price.
  4. Rocketing gold prices has slowed down my purchases but I could not resist purchasing this panda for the melt value
  5. Yes this is indeed a stunning set. I will keep it in the collection 😊
  6. Received my proof Libertad set from year 2006 that I bought from estate sale for melt value.
  7. Thanks for the feedback and a counteroffer 😁Yes the coins seem to be in untouched condition just like from the mint. I have reserved the lot for myself and will update once I get my hands on it!
  8. Hi I have a change to buy libertad proof set from year 2006 (1.9 oz) for the melt value from the estate sale. The set does not have the COA but the wooden box is included. Does this reduce the set value considerably? Buying the set would be a easy decision for me if gold price would be lower. What do you guys think - is this a good buy? How easy these sets are to liquidate when time is to sell? many thanks in advance
  9. I received one 1 oz QB Griffin from a dealer that has quite a horrible eye appeal. It is a bit challenging to photograph it but you can clearly see the coin surface looks plain horrible on a direct lightning. It looks a bit like milk spots common on silver coins but they are on gold. Is this something that is baked into the coin or can it be removed? At least gently rubbing the coin with a soapy water does not remove the ugly coating. These are not scratches and the coin seems not to have any physical damage whatsoever What do you think should I try to replace this?
  10. I think anything over 10% is crazy. Usually can buy for same or less premium as normal bullion that is 3-5%. Sometimes can find deals for like 1-2% less than spot Proof coins are waste of money in my opinion. I can understand somebody buys one in silver here and there but in gold - the base metal price makes these coins extrimely expensive and as I said waste of money
  11. You would destroy around half up to the full premium over melt. Do not do it! If you want to remove it from the sleeve then please send the coin for grading instead.
  12. Pretty awesome looking coin in my opinion. Mintage only 5000 coins. This will be a winner!
  13. I sold £7600 worth of my stock investment portfolio last Friday that I bought two weeks ago. I got a loss off £600 and I am pretty annoyd to myself. The stocks portfolio was supposed to be a long term investment. However I got spooked about the developments in the trade war between China and US. Now that the CFO of Huawei has been arrested the stocks can only go down. I have now decided that I will hide my money under the mattress. I can re enter the stock market but only after I have seen it go down at least 5%
  14. How about this: https://auragentum.de/1-unze-goldmuenze-queens-beasts-griffin-2017?number=9201863 And this: https://auragentum.de/1-unze-goldmuenze-queens-beasts-lion-2016?number=9201691 And this is just how much a dealer is willing to pay for it. Sorry pal you got screwed bad time.