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    Bullionaire reacted to CadmiumGreen in Scale Model Millennium Falcon Build   
    I have been working on building the official model of the iconic Millennium Falcon, a 1:1 replica of the original “Empire Strikes Back” movie prop, for several months and have made some progress...As of late I haven’t gotten much done and I was going to see if this post will keep me honest and make this through completion.
    The model is a complete 1:1 scale replica of the Millennium Falcon from The “Empire Strikes Back” produced by DeAgostini models. It is a monthly subscription program, which now you can purchase the complete set at one time. 

    This build will be a whopping size!
    Length: 808mm
    Width: 596mm
    Height: 192mm
    Weight: Approx. 24 pounds
    Along with this build there are aftermarket detail parts that you can buy from the 3D printing source Shapeways, and also photoetched metal parts from Paragraphix. 
    Thus far I have completed the cockpit section and have a good majority of the main hold built out. 

    I have some new 3D printed parts for the main hold coming in the end of the month to build out one of the maintenance pits that I cut completely out of the floor base. 
    Just wanted to have a venue keep me motivated and keeping on track with the build. 
    I will provide periodic updates with progress. Thank you and hope you find this interesting to follow along!








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    Bullionaire reacted to SILVERFINGER in Climate Change - Fact, fiction or somewhere inbetween   
    There is still plenty of firearms you can own in the UK but you have jump through a lot of hoops and apparently have a reason to own them the main laws cover the caliber of the weapon, the age of the weapon and the barrel length,
    you can own a semi auto .22 bullet but nothing semi auto above that, only single shot, which includes weapons that look like semi auto/full auto rifles but need cocking every shot.
    we can actually own and shoot large calibre anti tank rifles (as long as they are bolt action and can find a shooting range safe enough for them, I think there is 3 in the UK) like my PTRD 41 14.5mm or Boys .55 , in a lot of states in the US you cannot own one of those because they are over .50 Browning/12.7mm ,
    pistols/revolvers they made the law that the barrel had to be something ridiculous like 12" long, muzzle loaders were ok, then you have section 7 guns specifically historic pistols of rarity and or in mint condition nearly always world war 2 or older, these can be owned with a hard to get licence and shot at a few places in the UK, a lot of museums have these licences, then there is section 58 weapons, these can be owned fully working without a licence as long as you,
    dont intend to shoot them
    dont have a serious criminal record or firearms related offence 
    a section 58 gun is all about the caliber of weapon and not the weapon itself, and there is literally 100's of different calibers you can own fully working covering revolvers, percussion, muzzle loaders, shotguns, rifles, anti tank guns, semi auto pistols,
    for example, there is two Webley revolvers, both made in 1910, same barrel length, same model, one is in .320 the other in .38 S&W calibers, the .320 you can own fully working without a licence, the .38 S&W you cannot own even with a licence, only deactivated, because the .320 is classed as an obsolete caliber,
    the Martini Henry of the Zulu wars is another gun you can own under section 58, now if you want to start shooting it you have to find a club, get a licence, get the weapon proof checked (which may destroy it if faulty).
    Gun laws only punish the law abiding population, they make no difference to criminals, its one way of controlling the population and for MP's to try and make themselves look good.
    My  1942  PTRD   14.5mm  can be owned (if you can find one, only 6 in the country that I know of) fully working with a firearms licence with special additions

     
    My 1877 Martini Henry MKII  .577/450  can be owned fully working without licence (restrictions as above)
     



     
    lovely bore still for its age

     

     
    My 1939 Walther PPK .32 acp , section 7/ Historical weapons of significance licence if you wanted to own and/or shoot working, plus I think there is restrictions on weapons only already in the UK ie you cannot import one 
     

     
    My mates 1978 Colt Python , used to shoot it in the early 1980's had to be destroyed, sold for export or deactivated, he had it deactivated when new laws came in, only way he could keep it.

     
    Here is a semi auto that featured in a John Wayne cowboy film where he had two daft sons and one carried this, can be owned without licence
    http://www.deactivated-guns.co.uk/detail/Bergman_mod_2.htm
     
    Here's some more currently for sale
    .32 rf 
    https://www.worldwidearms.com/product/g559-antique-american-ranger-no2-pocket-revolver-833
     
    a FU cannon
    https://www.worldwidearms.com/product/antique-german-howitzer-999
     
     
     
    And finally for the sado masochists a list of all the calibers you can own (with restrictions) without a licence fully working in the UK, enjoy 
    any questions at all please ask and I will be happy to answer them 
     
    All guns in these calibers below can be owned without a licence and no criminal record as long as you dont shoot them or use in a threatening manner in public
    .22 Extra Long Maynard (B)
    .22-15-60 Stevens (B)
    .22CF (E&B)
    .230CF (E&B)
    .25/20 Single Shot (B)
    .25/21 Stevens (B)
    .25/25 Stevens (B)
    .250 Rook (or .297/.250 Rook) (H)
    .255 Jeffrey Rook (H)
    .275 Jeffrey (H)
    .276 Enfield P.13 (Hu)
    .28/30/120 Stevens (B)
    .297/.230 Sporting (H)
    .297/.230 Morris (H)
    .298 Minex (H)
    .300 (.295) Rook (H)
    .300 Sherwood (H)
    .300/.250 Rook (H)
    .30/30 Wesson (D)
    .30/40 Wesson (D)
    .310 Cadet (H)
    .310 Greener
    .31 Thuer
    .310/.300 Rook (H)
    .320/.230 Rook (H)
    .32 Protector (W&M)
    .32 Long Rifle CF (NB recommended for Section 58(2) in rifles only) (B)
    .32/35 Stevens (D)
    .32/40 Remington-Hepburn (D)
    .32/40 Bullard (B)
    .32/ 40 Winchester and Ballard (B)
    .32 Ideal (B)
    .32 – .44 Smith & Wesson (W&M)
    .320 British (also known as the .320 Revolver C.F., Short or Long) (W&M)
    .35/30 Maynard (B)
    .35/40 Maynard (B)
    .340 Short or Long Revolver (W&M)
    .360 Thuer
    .360 Rook (also known as the .360 No. 5 ) (H) (recommended for S. 58(2) rifles only)
    .360 shotgun
    Early Bacon breech-loader – Obsolete.
    .360 Westley Richards No.3 Express (H)
    .360 No.3 Gibbs (H)
    .360 Gibbs No.4 (also known as the .380 Gibbs No. 4)
    .360/.300 Fraser (H)
    .360 2 7/16 Black Powder Express (H)
    .360 2 3/4 Boxer (H)
    .369 Purdey (H)
    .38/35 Stevens Everlasting (D)
    .38/40 Ballard Everlasting (D)
    .38/40 Remington Hepburn (D)
    .38/45 Bullard (D)
    .38/70 Winchester (D)
    .38/56 Winchester (D)
    .38/90 Winchester (B)
    .380 Black Powder Express (also known as the .380-21/4 Rigby and
    .360-21/4) (H)
    .380 Long Rifle (NB recommended for Section 58(2) in rifles only) (H)
    .40 / 40 Maynard (B)
    .40/.50-70 Caliber Reduction Exptl.(H)
    .400-2.5 inch Kynoch (H)
    .400-3.25 inch Boxer (H)
    .400-3 inch Purdey (H)
    .40/60 Marlin (D)
    .40/60 Winchester (D)
    .40/60 Maynard (B)
    .40/70 Ballard (D)
    .40/70 Sharps Necked (D)
    .40/70 Sharps Straight (D)
    .40 / 70 Maynard (B)
    .40 – 70 WCF (B)
    .40/72 Winchester (D)
    .40/75 Bullard (D)
    .40/82 Winchester (D)
    .40/90 Bullard (D)
    .40/90 What Cheer (D)
    .40/50 Sharps Straight (D)
    .40/65 Sharps Straight (D)
    .40/65 WCF (D)
    .40/90 Sharps Necked (D)
    .40/40 Maynard (B)
    .40/60 Maynard (B)
    .40/63 Ballard (B)
    .40/65 Ballard Everlasting (B)
    .40/70 Maynard (B)
    .40/70 Peabody What Cheer (B)
    .40/85 Ballard (B)
    .40/110 Winchester Express (B)
    .400 2 3/4 Westley Richards (H)
    .402 Enfield-Martini Exptl. (H)
    .42/.50-70 Caliber Reduction Exptl. (H)
    .425 Webley (H)
    .425 Webley 1 5/16 (H)
    .430 Long Rifle (also known as the .430 Long Revolver) (W&M)
    .430 Revolver (W&M)
    .44 Thuer
    44 Morse necked (H)
    .44-50 Meigs (H)
    .44 Dupee rimless (H)
    .44/60 Creedmore (D)
    .44/77 Remington (D)
    .44/90 Sharps 2 7/16 inch (D)
    .44/90 Sharps 2 5/8 inch (D)
    .44/90 Remington Special (B)
    .44/95 Peabody What Cheer (B)
    .44/100 Maynard (H)
    .44 Evans Short and Long (B)
    .44 Devilliers (W&M)
    .440 Revolver (W&M)
    .440 Long Revolver (W&M)
    .440 Nagant (Argentine model) (W&M)
    .442 Carbine 1.025″ (H)
    .442 revolver (also known as .44 Webley) (W&M)
    .442 Long Revolver (W&M)
    .44 Colt Revolver (W&M)
    .44 Remington Revolver (W&M)
    .44 S&W American (W&M)
    .44 Merwin Hulbert Long (W&M)
    .44 Merwin Hulbert Short (W&M)
    .44 S&W Russian (W&M)
    .45-85 Ward Burton Exptl. (H)
    .45/.50-70 Caliber Reduction Expti. (H)
    .45 US Exptl, 1869 (H)
    .45-200-500 Winchester Exptl. (H)
    .45 Boxer-Henry Long Chamber 1869 (H)
    .45 New South Wales Police Carbine (H)
    .45 Gardner & Gatling (H)
    .45 Mars Long (W&M)
    .45 Mars Short (W&M)
    .45 MP (very rare Maxim Pistol round mentioned in the ‘Journal of the Historical Breechloading Smallarms Association’ Vol2 No6 Page 24)
    .450 No. 1 Bland (E&B)

    .450 Soper 2.5 inch (H)
    .450 Needham (H)
    .450 No. 1 Musket (H)
    .450/.360 Purdey (H)
    .450/.350-2 3/8 inch (H)
    .45/75 WCF (Hu)
    .45 Brown Standard Military Target Rifle (D)
    .45/50 Sporting (D)
    .450/ .400 Black Powder in case lengths of 2 3/8″, 2 7/8″, 2 19/32″ Thomas Turner No 2, 2 ¾” Westley Richards and 3 1/4. Also the .450.400 3″ Jeffrey (H)
    .450 Black Powder Express in case lengths of 1 ½”, 2 ½”, 2 9/16″, 2 6/10″, 3″, 3 1/16″ and 3 1/4″ (H)
    .45/125 Winchester (B)
    .45 Turkish Peabody (also known as the 11.43 x 55R Turkish) (B)
    .46 Winchester (H)
    .461 Gibbs No. 1 (H)
    .461 Gibbs No. 2 (H)
    .476 Indian Police (H)
    .48 Morse (H)
    .490 BSA (H)
    .50/.58 Morse sleeved (H)
    .50 Morse (H)
    .50 Meigs (H)
    .50-.48 Meigs (H)
    .50 Peabody (?) (H)
    .50 Spencer Carbine (H)
    .50 Springfield Cadet (H)
    .50-70 Springfield (H)
    .50 Daw’s Patent 1867 (H)
    .50 Boxer 1867 (H)
    .50/50 Maynard (B)
    .50/70 Maynard (H)
    .500/.450 Westley Richards No.2 Musket (H)
    .500-1.5 inch (H)
    .500-2-25 inch (H)
    .500-2.5 inch (H)
    .500-3 inch (H)
    .500-3.25 inch (H)
    .500/.450 No.1 Carbine (H)
    .500/.450 Webley Carbine (H)
    .500/-450-2.5 inch (H)
    .500/.450 No.1 Express (H)
    .500/.450-3 3/8 inch (H)
    .500/.450- 3.5 inch (H)
    .50 Remington Army Pistol, M1871 (W&M)
    .50 Remington Navy Pistol, M1867 (W&M)
    .50 Springfield Pistol, M1869 (W&M)
    .500 Revolver (W&M)
    .50/95 Winchester (D)
    .50-100 Winchester Express (D)
    .50-110 Winchester Express (D)
    .50/115 Bullard (B)
    .50/140 Sharps (B)
    .52-70 Sharps (H)
    .54 Morse (H)
    .55 Morse (H)
    .55 Gatling (H)
    .55/100 Maynard (B)
    .56-56 US Exptl. (H)
    .577 Selwyn 1865 (H)
    .577 Daw’s Patent 1867 (H)
    .577 Snider (H)
    .577/.450 Martini-Henry (H)
    .577-2.25 inch (H)
    .577 2.5 inch (H)
    .577-2.75 inch (H)
    .577/.500 No.2 Express (H)
    .577/.500 Magnum Express (H)
    .577 Pistol (W&M)
    .58 Morse (H)
    .58 US Converted Musket, 1865 (H)
    .58 Remington Carbine (H)
    .58 US Berdan System Conversion (11)
    .58 Tibbals/Roberts 1869 (H)
    .58 Roberts (H)
    .60 Chinese Jingal (H)
    .65 Gatling (H)
    .69 Morse (H)
    .75 Gatling (H)
    .75 Chinese Jingal (H)
    .80 Gatling (H)
    1 inch Nordenfelt-Palmcranz (H)
    20 bore/.577 Alex. Henry (H)
    2.7mm Kolibri (W&M)
    3mm Kolibri (W&M)
    4.25mm Liliput (W&M)
    5mm Bergmann NO.2 Pistol (W&M)
    5mm Charola-Anitua (W&M)
    5mm Clement (W&M)
    5mm Brun (E&B)
    5mm French (E&B)
    5mm Pickert (E&B)
    5.2mm Pickert revolver (W&M)
    5.2mm Mondragon (Hu)
    5.2mm x 34R Kronprinz (D)
    5.43mm x 26.BR revolver (W&M)
    5.5mm Velo-Dog revolver (W&M)
    5.6mm x 34R Francotte Carbine (D)
    5.6mm x 33 Rook (B)
    6mm Beaumont revolver (W&M)
    6mm Merveilleux (W&M)
    6mm Protector (W&M)
    6mm Lee Navy (Hu)
    6mmx58 Gewehrprufungskommission M1897
    also 6X58 Forster’)
    6mmx58 Forster (B)
    6mm x 29.5 Stahl (D)
    6.3mm x 21 rimless (W&M)
    6.5mm Bergmann No.3 Pistol (W&M)
    6.5mm Mannlicher Pistol M.1894 (W&M)
    6.5mm Mondragon (Hu)
    6.5mm x 27R (D)
    6.5mm x 4OR (B)
    6.5mm x 48R Sauer (B)
    6.5mm Ronezewsky (E&B)
    6.6mm x 7OR (D)
    6.8mm x 19.6 Revolver (W&M)
    6.8mm Schulhof pistol (W&M)
    7mm Bar (W&M)
    7mm Charola y Anitua (W&M)
    7mm French thick rim (W&M)
    7mm Galand (W&M)
    7mm Revolver (W&M)
    7mm CF Walking Stick
    7mm Devisme (E&B)
    7mm German Target Pistol Cartridges (Nos. 46-49, E&B)
    7.25mm Adler (W&M)
    7.5mm x 53.5R Rubin (H)
    7.5mm x 53.5 Rimless Rubin (H)
    7.5mmx53 Swiss Schmidt Rubin M.1890 (H)
    7.53mm x 60R Hebler (H)
    7.65mm Frommer M. 1901 (W&M)
    7.65mm Roth-Sauer (W&M)
    7.7mm Bittner pistol (W&M)
    7.7mm x 60R (D)
    7.8mm Bergmann No.5 (E&B)
    7.8mm x 19R Laumann (referred to in J.HBSA Vvol 2 No 6, as above)
    8mm German Target Pistol (No. 86, E&B)
    8mm Schonberger (W&M)
    8mm x 55R Petit Gras (H)
    8mm x 58R Petit Gras (H)
    8mm x 57R Petit Gras (H)
    8mm x 75R Pieri (H)
    8mm x 61R Rubin (H)
    8mm x 57.5R Rubin (H)
    8mm x 57R Spanish Exptl. (H)
    8mm x 60R Guedes and Portuguese Kropatschek (H)
    8mm Gaulois pistol (W&M)
    8mm Bergmann No.1 pistol (D)
    8mm x 48R (D)
    8mm x 72R (D)
    8mm x 48R Sauer (B)
    8mm x 58R Sauer (B)
    8mm Bergmann No.4 (E&B)
    8mm Bergmann No.7 (E&B)
    8mm Bergmann-Schmeisser (E&B)
    8mm Protector (E&B)
    8mm Raphael (E&B)
    8mm Schulof (E&B)
    8.15mm x 46R (Hu)
    8.15mm Mauser Experimental (ECRA)
    8.3mm x 53.5R Rubin (H)
    8.5mm Mars (E&B)
    9mm x 5l.5R Rubin (H)
    9mm x 57R Rubin (H)
    9mm Devisme (E&B)
    9mm Moutier rimless-grooveless (E&B)
    9mm French Thick Rim (E&B)
    9mm Mars (E&B)
    9mm Belgian Nagant (W&M)
    9.1mm x 40 Walking Stick
    9.3mm x 58R Koeffler (H)
    9.3mm x 63.5R Koeffler (H)
    9.3mm x 70R (D)
    9.3mm x 75R Nimrod (D)
    9.3mm x 82R Nimrod (D)
    9.3mm x 65R Collath (B)
    9.4mm Dutch Revolver (W&M)
    9.5mm x 59R Gras Exptl. (H)
    9.5mm x 60R Turkish Mauser (H)
    9.5mm x 42R (D)
    9.5mm x 47R (ECRA)
    10mm x 47R (D)
    10mm Gaupillat (E&B)
    10mm Bergmann (E&B)
    10mm Mars (ECRA)
    10mm Mauser Short (E&B)
    10mm Mauser Long (E&B)
    10.15mm x 61R (H)
    10.15mm x 63R Serbian mauser (H)
    10.15mm x 61R Jarmann (H)
    10.16mm x 57R Berdan Exptl. (H)
    10.25mm x 69R Hunting-Express (B)
    10.3mm x 41R (H)
    10.3mm x 65R Baenziger (D)
    10.35mm x 47R Italian Vetterli (H)
    10.4mm x 56R Swiss (H)
    10.4mm x 42R Swiss Vetterli (H)
    10.4mm x 38R Martini-Galland (D)
    10.4mm Swiss M.1878 (W&M)
    10.4mm x 47R Stahl (D)
    10.6mm German Ordnance Revolver (W&M)
    10.6mm Mauser (W&M)
    10.66mm x 57R Russian Berdan (H)
    10.66mm x 48R Russian Berdan Carbine (H)
    10.7mm x 57R Krag Petersson (H)
    10.75mm x 55R (H)
    10.8mm x 47 Martini (B)
    11mm x 42R (H)
    11mm x 45R (H)
    11mm x 53 Gevelot (H)
    11mm Manceux (H)
    11mm x 59R Gras (H)
    11mm x 48.5R Gras “Battalion Ecole” (H)
    11mm x 50.5R Comblain (H)
    11mm x 43R Comblain Carbine (H)
    11mm x 70R Mitrailleuse (H)
    11mm x 46R (H)
    11mm x 50R Egyptian Remington (H)
    11mm x 57R Spanish Remington (H)
    11mm Devisme (E&B)
    11mm French Ordnance Revolver M1870 (Navy) (ECRA)
    11mm French Ordnance Revolver M1873 (Army) (W&M)
    11 mm Devilliers (W&M)
    11.15mm x 42R Austrian Werndl (H)
    11.15mm x 36R Austrian Werndl Carbine (H)
    11.15mm x 58R Austrian Werndl, Holub (see below) and Mannlicher (H)
    11.15mm x 36R Fruhwirth (H)
    11.15mm x 60R Mauser (H)
    11.15mm x 37R (H)
    11.15mm x 60R Japanese Murata (H)
    11.5mm x 50R (D)
    11.15mm x 58R
    11.15mm x 65R (D)
    11.15mm x 71R (D)
    11.15mm x 52 Walking Stick
    11.2mm x 51R Kropatschek-Hessig (D)
    11.2mm x 39.6R (D)
    11.25mm x 44.5R (H)
    11.3mm x 51R Dutch Beaumont (H)
    11.35mm Schouboe (Rimmed and Rimless Version) (W&M)
    11.4mm x 53R Brazilian Comblain (H)
    11.4mm x 44.5R Dutch Gendarmerie Carbine (H)
    11.4mm x 57R Spanish Remington (H)
    11.43mm x 49R Romanian Peabody (H)
    11.43mm x 59R Turkish Peabody-Martini (H)
    11.43mm x 41R Peabody Carbine (H)
    11.5mm x 50R Austrian Werder (H)
    11.5mm x 35R Werder Carbine (H)
    11.5mm x 60R (D)
    11.53mm Albini-Braendlin (H)
    11.6mm x 50R Chilean Comblain (H)
    11.7mm x 57R Berdan Exptl. (H)
    11.7mm x 41.5R Danish Remington (H)
    11.7mm x 45.5R Danish Remington (H)
    11.7mm x 51.6R Danish Remington (H)
    12mm Perrin Thick Rim (E&B)
    12mm Raphael (E&B)
    12mm Moutier (E&B)
    12mm Pidault & Cordier (E&B)
    12.2mm x 70R Mitrailleuse (H)
    12.5mm x 60R (D)
    12.7mm x 48R (H)
    12.7mm x 70R Mitrailleuse (H)
    12.8mm x 45R Papal Remington (H) (also known as the 12.7mm x 45R)
    13mm x 87R Mitrailleuse (H)
    13mm Rochaz-Lindner (H)
    13mm x 92 Mauser T-Gew (H)
    13.2mm x 32R (H)
    14.5mm x 33R Austrian Wanzl (H)
    14.5mm x 41R Spanish Berdan (H)
    14.66mm x 35R Serbian Peabody (H)
    14.7mm x 58R Schneider (H)
    15mm revolver (W&M)
    15.2mm x 110R Mitrailleuse (H)

    15.2mm x 28R (H)
    15.24mm x 40R Krnka (H)
    16.5mm x 18R Beringer (E&B)
    17mm Danish Snider (Hu)
    17.5mm x 29R Dutch Snider (Hu)
    18mm x 35R Tabatiere (H)
    18.84mm x 38R Tabatiere (H)
    18.84mm x 57R Wanzl-Albini (H)
     
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    Bullionaire reacted to h103efa in New Coins for 2020 Agatha Christie, Victory In Europe, Una Lion, Brexit   
    Gold and Silver Una & Lion coins
    https://www.thegazette.co.uk/notice/3402768
    the reverse a depiction of the figure Una from Edmund Spencer’s The Faerie Queen leading a lion with the inscription “DIRIGE DEUS GRESSUS MEOS” and the date in roman numerals. 
    https://www.thegazette.co.uk/notice/3402770
    Brexit 50p - ‘For the obverse impression Our effigy with the inscription “· ELIZABETH II · D · G · REG · F · D · 50 PENCE” and the date of the year, and for the reverse the inscription “PEACE, PROSPERITY AND FRIENDSHIP WITH ALL NATIONS” accompanied by the date 31 October 2019. The coin shall have a plain edge.’
    https://www.thegazette.co.uk/notice/3402765
    The designs of the said two pound gold, silver, silver piedfort, cupro-nickel and nickel-brass coins shall be either:
    (a) ‘For the obverse impression Our effigy with the inscription “· ELIZABETH II · D · G · REG · F · D · 2 POUNDS”, and for the reverse a nearly completed jigsaw puzzle with the final piece about to be inserted, accompanied by the inscription “1920 100 YEARS OF MYSTERY 2020” and Agatha Christie’s signature. The coin shall have a grained edge and in incuse letters the inscription “LITTLE GREY CELLS”, save for the gold coin where the incuse letters shall be accompanied by a plain edge’; or
    (b) ‘For the obverse impression Our effigy with the inscription “· ELIZABETH II · D · G · REG · F · D · 2 POUNDS”, and for the reverse a woman holding a newspaper aloft in a celebrating crowd set against the backdrop of the word VICTORY, accompanied by the inscription “VICTORY IN EUROPE DAY” and the dates “1945 – 2020”. The coin shall have a grained edge and in incuse letters the inscription “JUST TRIUMPH AND PROUD SORROW”, save for the gold coin where the incuse letters shall be accompanied by a plain edge’.
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    Bullionaire reacted to Ron in Today I Received.....   
    Quite new in Silver stacking, received my orders today. A little more than 50 Oz of silver including this beauty

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    Bullionaire reacted to platinreloaded in Today I Received.....   
    My new Lunar III 2 und 5 oz silver mouse coins should eat some mor food,
    they look small like Lunar I coins 

     
     
     
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    Bullionaire reacted to Ron in Budget   
    I quitted smoking and save myself € 200 each month now. I want to spend that at Silver and Gold every month.
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    Bullionaire reacted to BackyardBullion in 100g EU Mint Silver Bars, Triangles, Rounds & Squares!   
    So, most of you know me for my poured silver or ridiculous unboxing videos, but I also love taking photos (especially of shiny things!)
    So, I thought I would share some awesome photos of the 100g EU Mint Bars, Squares, Rounds & Triangles!
    They are all done, winging their way to their new owners as we speak!
    Which shape is your favourite of the bunch!? 
     









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    Bullionaire reacted to Abyss in 2019 Sovereigns Spot Premium Gold Standard 2018 Coins   
    Decided to sell or exchange my smaller fractional Gold coins for 1 oz Gold coins (after 1oz Gold Maple / Britannia / Buffalo / Philharmonic buy at spot plus any £ difference)
    I have 5x 2019 Harrington and Byrne 2019 Sovereigns (photo below has 9 but 4 of these already sold to @Downs523 hence 5 left) SOLD
    Gold currently https://atkinsonsbullion.com/  Gold content Full Sovereign (Grams)7.3224 x £38.21 = £279.78 per Sovereign + postage
    16:45 11/10/2019 Gold spot grams now £37.51 = £274.66 per Sovereign + postage SOLD
    Two 1/4 Gold Standard Coins £340 £330 each + postage price coins in with more photos in the thread below. Want buy additional items I will include free next day SD. PM interested in either buying or an exchange.

     

    Thanks for looking.
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    Bullionaire reacted to dom555 in New European Mint Group Orders - OPEN NOW!!!   
    A big thanks to BYB for the group order.  I recieved mine to day.
    I am so pleased with my new coins.

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    Bullionaire reacted to Paul in GOLD DEALS - (UK & Europe) See a deal, post it here   
    Buying from as far away as possible at the other side of the world, your very valuable gold parcel moved through many different timezones, hands, airports, scanners, x-rays, planes, vans, sorting offices, depo's, lorries, couriers, drivers & postman  what could possibly go wrong ? 🙄
    Think i will stick with my boring tried & tested stratergy of taking the bus into local city centre, choose my gold, agree price, pay with fiat debt tokens - leave - have a beer & smile ! 
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    Bullionaire reacted to Marc in 12oz gold pandas.   
    All Sold. Not on the SF unfortunately but a Chinese buyer at the Osaka JDNA show bought all of them as one lot. I was pretty suprised so i must have priced them well. I was expecting to maybe sell a few but not all of them. Glad they are gone, tied up a lot of cash

    I have some 12oz pure gold pandas (assorted dates) with purity of .9999. £14,650 each and anyone buying 3 or more can get a 0.5% discount. These are basically bullion coins and there are some scratches but still they are lovely coins. Payment in advance and please allow for 2 weeks for delivery.   

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    Bullionaire reacted to Madstacks in Brexit status ...   
    I see that set was inspired by greta thunberg - this video made me laugh...Youtube pushes it down the search results because it does not fit their agenda. 
     
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    Bullionaire reacted to Shinus73 in Today I Received.....   
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    Bullionaire got a reaction from platinreloaded in Full Stack / Full Collection Photos   
    Couldn't be bothered laying them all out, but here's the monster box with most of my silver and gold in. 

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    Bullionaire reacted to AndrewSL76 in Today I Received.....   
    These all came yesterday and were collected from my office this morning. 
    Two absolutely stunning 1/10 Britannias. @Pete provided these and I cannot thank him enough. The pictures really do not do these coins justice.
    Also, Minty arrived. He has his own COA. I am impressed with how well made he is. My only annoyance is that the plug on the underside is cheap plastic. Perhaps for later editions the RM can look to improve on this.







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    Bullionaire reacted to RichmondStacker in Today I Received.....   
    I just liked the eagle on the front and had the year I was born on it but this makes it way more interesting.  I found this info on goldsilverbull
    The 10 oz 1981 U.S. Assay Office silver bars were part of a strategic move by the government to drive down the price of Silver after the Hunt brothers attempted to "corner" the market. Having over 165 million ounces of Silver the government decided to flood the market with their abundance of physical precious metal which in turn caused the price to fall significantly.

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    Bullionaire reacted to diesel in GOLD DEALS - (UK & Europe) See a deal, post it here   
    I got a call about 45 minutes after I placed my order, Hayden I think he said he was called, absolutely amazing salesman.
    I felt like I was in "The Wolf of Wall Street" when DiCaprio sells about a million penny stocks over the phone, and the guy on the other end felt like he was getting bargain stocks in this mega company that turned out to be a shed.
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    Bullionaire reacted to platinreloaded in Today I Received.....   
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    Bullionaire reacted to MHoppy in Today I Received.....   
    A couple more sovereigns for my stack
     
     
     

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    Bullionaire reacted to Rat in Today I Received.....   
    Received my group order today which prompted me to share my purchases from this month.
    2014 Kook courtesy of a trade with @SilverLoaf
    1996 Kook from @arshimo2012
    1/4 oz White Lion of Mortimer from Atkinsons
    The rest comes from the group order from the EU Mint and @BackyardBullion
     

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    Bullionaire reacted to gazer in Today I Received.....   
    Hi richattecroft
    Here are the photos I promised best I can do. I haven't got a clue what they will be like.














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    Bullionaire reacted to BackyardBullion in New European Mint Group Orders - OPEN NOW!!!   
    If people had not guessed it yet, Mrs BYB and I had a very busy weekend!
     


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    Bullionaire reacted to Brummie in New European Mint Group Orders - OPEN NOW!!!   
    Well was just about to leave the house this afternoon and who should turn up at my door but mr postie with a lovely box of 45 oz of silver coins!So glad I got in on what looks like the last of the group orders. Would also like to say thank you to back yard bullion for the prompt posting and great packing. Thanks guys!
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    Bullionaire got a reaction from Derv in GOLD DEALS - (UK & Europe) See a deal, post it here   
    Apologies. I just checked and it was 224 for me as well. 
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    Bullionaire got a reaction from Tn21 in GOLD DEALS - (UK & Europe) See a deal, post it here   
    I just had to send them an email asking them not to send me any more junk mail and to not give my details to any third parties or I would complain to the ICO. No junk since, and I've bought a few times from them over the last few months