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  1. StockholmAg

    withdrawn 584 Swedish silver coins

    These are photos of some of the two kronor coins to give an idea of their condition. The silver price is down slightly so the starting bid for the 1634.72 grams (52.56 troy ounces) of silver would be 6702 kr.
  2. StockholmAg

    withdrawn 584 Swedish silver coins

    All of the 1 krona coins were taking out of circulation by me personally except for seven of them. Six of the seven have great lustre and are photographed here in direct sunlight. The case was used only for a strong black background and holds something different, a stunning 1970 Bengt Liljedahl necklace. The necklace is not for sale yet as it is massive, ultra-masculine, could be worn fearlessly by the most alpha male rap artists, and is totally unlike the other Bengt Liljedahl necklaces I've found up for sale at various auction sites, I'll be happy to share photos if anyone is curious to see it.
  3. StockholmAg

    withdrawn 584 Swedish silver coins

    To be fair, if the silver price is lower next weekend we'll deduct the difference from the amount paid. ☺️
  4. StockholmAg

    Greetings from Sverige

  5. StockholmAg

    withdrawn 584 Swedish silver coins

    The 584 Swedish silver coins are: 110 of the 5 kronor coins (1954, 1955, 1971) 64 of the 2 kronor coins (1952-1966) 36 of the 1 kronor coins (1952-1968) 96 of the 50 öre coins (1948-1950, 1952-1961) 111 of the 25 öre coins (1944-1950, 1952-1961) 167 of the 10 öre coins (1942-1950, 1952-1962) These coins are 40% silver by weight and represent approximately 1634.72 grams of silver - approximately 52.56 troy ounces. This is being auctioned with a minimum opening bid of 6735 kronor which is the reserve price and is based on the live silver spot price of 4.12 kronor per gram. The end time is September 16 at 21.00 hrs. Central European Summer Time. For conveyance of the items we can meet in Stockholm city which gives you an opportunity as well to inspect the coins. I suggest Cafe Sten Sture where I know the owner and which is just off the main square in Gamla Stan, and I am open to other possibilities. Payment is in cash. Obviously a buyer in the Stockholm area is required or else someone who can complete the transaction in person this month.
  6. StockholmAg

    Greetings from Sverige

  7. Also, here are two photos of the coins. There are several more photos with closeups and I can even provide an exact tabulation of the coins by date and year in the auction thread along with the coin specifics as given in the Myntguide and the math for the weight totals. I may not be up to photographing them individually though as there are 584 of them! :-D 110 5 kronor coins (1954, 1955, 1971) 64 2 kronor coins (1952-1966) 36 1 kronor coins (1952-1968) 96 50 öre coins (1948-1950, 1952-1961) 111 25 öre coins (1944-1950, 1952-1961) 167 10 öre coins (1942-1950, 1952-1962)
  8. Approximately 52.56 troy ounces (1634.72 grams).
  9. Greetings, I am interested in offering 584 Swedish silver coins for sale in one go - maybe a stacker would be interested. I would be totally happy with the silver spot price though considering the state of this market in Sweden and that most of the coins are in quite good condition someone may want them enough to pay a little more. Asking for or expecting more than the silver spot price isn't nice, therefore maybe offering the mass of coins auction style so that whoever indicates a desire to pay the most gets them would be okay? I am thinking it would start Friday Sept 7 at 10.00 hrs. and finish Saturday or Sunday Sept. 15 or 16 at 22.00 hrs. Central European Summer Time.
  10. StockholmAg

    Greetings from Sverige

    Thanks and you are right about that, these are interesting times in Sweden.
  11. StockholmAg

    Greetings from Sverige

    Thanks for the friendly welcome everyone! I'll soon start sharing highlights of the collection. Vivid natural light is best to show the lustre of the coins. It is overcast in Stockholm today but soon enough this will change.
  12. StockholmAg

    Greetings from Sverige

    Hej Everyone, I can't properly introduce myself as there are few persons in Sweden in my profession. Skatteverket makes everyone's personal information public. It would be easy to figure out who I am and as I have a significant quantity of precious metal and rare, collectible items in my immediate possession, this comes with risk. That said, I am a dual citizen of the U.S.A. and Sweden having moved here many years ago. My introduction to precious metals was through Austrian Economics. I read widely and wanted to educate myself about the subject. I'll be posting images of choice specimens and may offer one or more caches of Sweden's silver coins for sale that are suitable for stacking though still with many in superb condition. The quantity could be considerable so I should mention that I am not a dealer and have no professional connection to coins, bank notes or stamps. This looks to be a great forum with interesting people and I look forward to participating. Cheers!