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  1. @BackyardBullion 78 and 87 will be fine Thanks NeutronJack
  2. 78 and 86. Sorry BYB ... just arrived in San Francisco and have limited connectivity with major lag.
  3. 3oz of Perth Mint silver coins courtesy of @Wackattak924 and @DonkeyKong. 2nd Prize in the recent Children with Cancer UK giveaway. -2019 1oz Australian Koala -2019 1oz Australian Kookaburra -2019 1oz Dragon Bar Thanks also to @BackyardBullion for assisting with 'protection' and delivery. Plus, a few of these (acquired at launch before the price hikes) ... And, more of one of my recent favourities ... NeutronJack
  4. Thanks for your suggestion @ZatStackz ... I'll certainly to try check that place out. And, yes, I'm quite aware that I'm not exactly heading into 'bargain basement' territory! Shall try to proceed with caution! NeutronJack
  5. Greetings All, Later this month, I’ll be making a short visit to Palo Alto, California (USA) and wanted to ask if anyone on the forum could kindly recommend a couple of good local coin shops in that specific area? My free time (outside of work commitments) will sadly be limited on this occasion, so I won't be able to venture much further afield than this, unfortunately. Main items of interest include the following: -Silver Morgan Dollars and Peace Dollars (up to BU standard) -Pre-1965 90% Silver Half Dollars from any era -Californian State Gold Rush era coins -Pre-1933 U.S. fractional gold coins Any suggestions very much appreciated. Thank you in advance. NeutronJack
  6. Wowsers! ... I appear to be on a bit of a roll, at the moment. Thanks so much! The silver Spade Guinea is a great-looking coin! ... I don't yet have any of the 2019 version, so very happy with that. Thank you @ChrisSIlver for the draw and great choice of prize. NeutronJack
  7. @Wackattak924 Thanks for doing this in support of such a great cause and congratulations on reaching and surpassing your goal. Well done to all on TSF who kindly contributed.
  8. Thanks for your reply @BackyardBullion Understood that these specific numbers might not be available, in which case any 2 would be fine. NeutronJack
  9. Hi @BackyardBullion, Could I please reserve 2 of your 2019 1oz bars? Preferably numbers 27 and 70, if available. Thank you in advance. NeutronJack
  10. A 2018 1/2oz Gold Kangaroo from The Royal Australian Mint ... ... to accompany the 1/4oz version, I picked up last month ... NeutronJack
  11. A 2018 1/2 oz Gold Kangaroo from The Royal Australian Mint ... ... to accompany the 1/4oz version I picked up last month ... Stunning coins, in my opinion ... not sure my camera work does them justice. NeutronJack
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    South Korea

    Hi @Moocher South Korea isn’t the cheapest place to buy silver or gold in bullion form, owing to the added premiums and sales taxes imposed on both metals. Hong Kong (especially) and Singapore are generally far better options within the Asia Pacific region, at least in terms of price. However, if your daughter is going to be visiting Seoul and looking for something specific, she could give this place a try: Poongsan Hwadong Co., Ltd Address: 2F 351, Hyoryeong-ro, Seocho-Gu, Seoul, 137-877 Open on weekdays only: 09:00-18:00 South Korea Phone Number: +82-2-3471-4586 Email: service@hwadong.com This is their website ... http://www.hwadong.com/ They do have a range of local and world silver coins for sale in their 2nd floor sales centre, although I’ve never purchased from them myself … again, not the cheapest. And, even if they don’t have it themselves, they might be able to point her in the right direction. Other than that, she might like to explore Jongno Jewellery Shopping Street, located in Jongno, a central district of Seoul. (To get there; take subway - line 1, 3, or 5 - to Jongno 3 (sam)-ga station - Exit 1, 2, 9, 10, or 11) This is home to many jewellery stores packed close together in one district, some of which also sell gold and silver bullion (mainly bars). If she’s into jewellery, this is actually the place to go - 20 to 40 percent cheaper than retail market prices, since most stores have close ties with the makers. Hope this helps. NeutronJack