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  1. lol....don't hold your breath mate, this has unfortunately a long way to go
  2. Sounds like a great plan, for members who don't pay VAT at 20%(sales tax)
  3. whats the best cheapest way to buy them, straight from the perth mint??
  4. o dear looks like ill be spending money.
  5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zCTJmXrgsFg Thank you for keeping us all safe, from the other side of the pond
  6. Any man watching cricket at the home of god's own cricket club, is a lucky man............. enjoy my friend
  7. If your selling silver like this Hand-poured art pieces, by not having a hallmark it reflects on the seller and screams cheap to me, finally, why wouldn't a manufacturer have their name on one of their own products as a hallmark would show - no brainer
  8. I'm no expert in this subject, but I thought that anything marketed as silver had to have a hallmark on as a standard, but anything not hallmarked should be termed as "White Metal" which is normally for foreign silver. Anything sold as "sterling" has to have the .925 full hallmark though, to be called English sterling.