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  1. Hey guys, I have the possibility to buy these 3 bars. * No air tite packaging * Tarnished * No certificate / serial number * Dutch smelter, one of the oldest in Europe, Schöne Edelmetaal B.V., which was aquired via Degussa by Umicore and closed shop in 2017. I have no experience in buying this type of silver. What is a good price range for these? I know collectors might pay premium, but what would a dealer give you? Smelt (80% of spot), spot, any premium? Would like some advice. Thanks in advance.
  2. You can also buy empty tubes from dealers. Eg the Perth Mint Dragon bar tubes can be bought this way. Make sure they fit all your 1 oz bars of course. https://goldsilver.be/nl/tubes/186-tube-20-dragon-bars.html Buying this 'second hand' is probably cheaper then buying new empty tubes.
  3. Get ready for the comment: "Why isn't it gold?"
  4. FYI, those are 'privy marks'.
  5. It seems more and more likely that they just repeated the 2019 design indeed. I guess it will be same design every year now like the Canadian Magnificent Maple. 2018 10 oz, being unique now, will see an even bigger premium increase imo. I don't expect them to even bother releasing the 1 oz version this year.
  6. Encircling on a rectangle. Strange decision because they already have done that in 2019 on the round coin.
  7. Hopefully Royal Mint does it better then the Perth Mint.
  8. I got the gun barrel right at least. Too bad, I liked my idea better. They could have integrated the 007 elsewhere. http://www.perthmint.com/forthcoming-releases.aspx
  9. It has to be something like this.