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  1. metallica73

    GOLDSILVER.BE TERRIBLE !

    The one time i've bought from them, they more than likely broke EU laws by declaring it as medical supplies and it was dumped inside my back door with no signature
  2. Drop shipping can kill your ebay ratings if it goes wrong because you're relying on a third party to ship. For me at least its far more worthwhile flipping silver or even numismatic coins on ebay.
  3. metallica73

    2018 5,000 Francs Republic of Chad African Lion

    Is this the same series as the 2015 Chad Hippo & Benin Rhino? I've not kept up with semi-numis releases recently.
  4. metallica73

    for sale 9ct Gold 1977 Silver Jubilee medallion

    I had a few of these before, I think they are hallmarked too. Good price @shawy2510 i've seen them go for £50-70 on ebay if the seller has got lucky.
  5. metallica73

    This MUST be a scam right?

    It's a classic Ebay strategy. There used to be really good junk lots on Ebay, I remember filching a ton of foreign silver from them back when it was $45 spot. These days its 99% dreck with a load of old junk coins and as someone has said strategically placed 'good' items. My favourite is the mention on some listing of 'totally unsorted'...... which means 'I've totally sorted through this lot'
  6. metallica73

    Is silver stacking a loss leader?

    I got into silver at the wrong time... 2011 when spot price was $45+ and youtube shills were everywhere. I don't think I ever sold a piece of pure silver bullion for profit to this day But it did turn me into a collector of numismatic old coins, something which I would have considered nerdy just a few years ago. And I now stack gold. I actually barely even look at the spot price these day, the money I have in my metals is frankly what I would have blown on trash before so I don't see it as an investment but as a store of wealth.
  7. metallica73

    Biggest disappointment on buying

    Mine have to be the Ghana 100 Cedis 'error' Might just have got unlucky but all 3 I had (moved them on now) turned milky real quick.
  8. metallica73

    Silvergoldbull

    I've received gold from them, took about 7 days... no problems, didn't even need a customs declaration.
  9. Bankers are against Cryptocurrency? Sat it isn't so...
  10. metallica73

    Selling silver

    Back in the day when we saw near $50 silver, if you had made that statement on youtube comments you would have been branded a non-believer by a ton of people Never saw the point of 'prepping' myself but each to their own, they'll be the ones laughing I guess should anything doomsdayish ever happen.
  11. metallica73

    Most expensive coin

    Last general election, got an amazing price on no overall majority.
  12. metallica73

    Most expensive coin

    A Gold St Gaudens $20.... not willy waving, just got lucky on a bet and had the funds for something I didn't think i'd be able to get for a while. I reckon most peoples average price would fall into the first category, or the 2nd if you just stack Sovs and nothing else.
  13. metallica73

    Royal Mint Star Wars Medals

    Weirdly though according to ebay completed listings you could have picked these up for £80 delivered a week ago? But no bids? From completed sales I can see a couple have sold for £125
  14. I've got on board Crypto in the last few months especially. But only with money i'm prepared to lose... and I intend to withdraw any profits back to metals. It is absolutely the wild west out there in terms of investments.
  15. metallica73

    Advice needed for a new member.

    I reckon that's right but only if you are buying like that to begin with and not paying premiums. From my experience, a no-problem coin will sell for £1-2 more than a milked, dirty example. It shouldn't matter with bullion but it does.