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  1. Given that I really only care about the silver content, I'm not sure that it matters, but some of my constitutional coins have pretty heavy dark patina on them. Is there any downside here on giving these coins a dunk on some e-zest? I'm only talking old dimes and quarters. For example:
  2. g33x0r

    Current Silver Price

    tradingview.com can track pretty much anything that's traded, including PMs
  3. Ahh I see, I didn't look closely enough at the description. That's almost a quarter ounce off of my estimate. Ah well, still seems like a fairly decent price.
  4. I'm not a mathematician, but based on my calculations of .1808 ozt per coin, the price they're offering is just under spot. I don't have any spare funds to pick this up right now, but figured I'd pass it along to see if anyone else gets this price! https://www.apmex.com/product/167310/90-silver-standing-liberty-quarters-40-coin-roll-dateless
  5. g33x0r

    Stacking goals?

    Stacking enough so when the gold silver ratio falls somewhere in the 45:1 range or less, I can trade up for some gold. I do have some coins I like that I'll probably hold onto regardless.
  6. Thank you for the tip! I just got finished using the e-zest and was amazed at the results. Here's the before and after images from today.
  7. Traded in one of my Yale's and a silver AE for a dragon and some cash today. I thought the Yale's I had looked good, but even those had a slight tint to them compared to the Dragon I received today, this one looks perfect. I have some capsules on order, so once I get those and clean the Yale and Bull I have, they're all goin' in to capsules. I have the Lions (1st and White Lion) and Griffin coins coming too, hopefully by the time I have them all in capsules they'll all look nice and clean. I'll post an update after I clean the bull and Yale I have, compared to the rest.
  8. Thank you! I'll search around for that and we'll see how it goes.
  9. Hey guys, I got some of the Queen's Beast 2oz coins for my birthday and the bull I got had some considerable tarnish on it. It seemed odd as it's only about a year old. I attached a picture of it next to the two Yale coins I got for comparison. Is this considered normal? I have to ask, I know its a cardinal sin to clean old coins, but given this is a newer coin, is there a way to clean this tarnish off that wouldn't ruin it or take away any value? Thanks!
  10. Yeah, I noticed the designs on the back of the Silvertowne bars I have are kind of messy. Away from the edges/corners it seems okay though. I mainly bought them because they were such a low price over spot, less than a dollar I believe. But you get what you pay for I guess. Myself I'm still wrestling with the just get silver content vs. the pretty coins haha.
  11. Plenty of Silvertowne bars available it seems though, they're on sale over at JM.
  12. Hello! I'm from Oregon in the USA, just getting into stacking, have a small stack at the moment that I hope to grow over time. I'm mainly into stacking for silver content, but I must say I'm really diggin' those Queen's Beast coins, still haven't picked one up yet and not sure if I want to start collecting the 10oz or the 2oz, but we shall see. The only question I have about those if anyone knows is why are the premiums for the first (lion of England) and the griffin coins so high? I've also noticed premiums for the dragon are starting to increase a bit as well. Well it's great to be here and learn as much as I can. Thanks, g33x0r