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NeutronJack

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  1. Mixed date silver Morgan Dollars (AU+) for the years 1888, 1890, 1896-1898, 1900-1902, 1904 and 1921 ... NeutronJack
  2. Mixed date silver Morgan Dollars (AU+) for the years 1888, 1890, 1896-1898, 1900-1902, 1904 and 1921 ... NeutronJack
  3. A selection of 1oz silver bars from various mints (past and present) ... NeutronJack
  4. A selection of recently acquired 1oz silver bars ... NeutronJack
  5. Uncirculated Silver Peace Dollars 1922-1927 (inclusive) and 1934-1935 … NeutronJack
  6. Uncirculated Silver Peace Dollars 1922-1927 (inclusive) and 1934-1935 … NeutronJack
  7. Good point … I’ve actually bought most of the few bars I own from outside of Europe. Frequent overseas travel as part of my job has certainly helped in that regard. However, I’m yet to discover how airport security and customs react to anything over 500g! Clearly, one key factor is the time and effort you’re willing or able to invest in seeking out the deals, in the first place.
  8. A set of uncirculated Eisenhower Silver Dollars ... NeutronJack
  9. A set of uncirculated Eisenhower Silver Dollars; one for each year of issue ... NeutronJack
  10. Agreed … I’d also make an exception for pre-circulated constitutional (‘junk’) silver (ideally 90%), if it could be found at a reasonably good price. But, in the UK that means pre-1920 silver coinage, which to my eyes seems increasingly harder to find and doesn’t come particularly cheap.
  11. Interesting … I’ve had a close look on the 1/4oz Noah’s Ark coin myself at various times, but not pulled the trigger due to the large premiums usually attached. I’m yet to see that particular coin available at a discount myself.
  12. Last week, I went ‘all in’ and picked up no less than five 5gram Monarch Precious Metals silver bars (0.8oz in total), mainly to dispose of my remaining ‘loose change’ prior to heading home from the USA. Although this might have put me in danger of challenging records for stacking frugality, the bars did have pictures of eagles on them, so clearly a no-brainer! Like others, I tend to steer clear of buying smaller denominations of silver owing to the higher premiums involved. Typically, any coins or bars that weigh less than 1oz are generally not up for consideration as part of my stack. But, I was able to liberate these from the “bargain bucket” for around $3 a piece, which didn’t seem overly excessive based on the current price of silver, and get rid of all my leftover small change at the same time. Anyway, this mini ‘micro-stacking’ experience made me curious about what others feel about fractional silver … -Does fractional silver have a place in your stack? -Would there be a place for it if more competitively priced (i.e. lower premiums)? -When it comes to size or weight, how small is too small? Interested to know your thoughts. NeutronJack
  13. An Emirates Gold 500g Silver Bar ... ... a bit closer ... ... and closer still ... NeutronJack
  14. 1882 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle ... NeutronJack
  15. An 1882 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle ... NeutronJack