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Got a bunch of fractional libs courtesy of @StackSellRepeat and 10 walking liberty half dollar's courtesy of @BackyardBullion after a massive @#$% up from the post office ? also had a few Kennedy's and Franklin's last week from @MikeSol so nearly filled tubes of each ?

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Bought as scrap. Basically coin centres from a coin ring maker which were going to be scrapped - I thought they looked cool. Coins range from 50%-90% silver and smaller than a 5 pence coin. @PansPurse you may want to see these :) Hopefully you start saving your coin ring centres too :P 
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2 minutes ago, ilovesilverireallydo said:

Bought as scrap. Basically coin centres from a coin ring maker which were going to be scrapped - I thought they looked cool. Coins range from 50%-90% silver and smaller than a 5 pence coin. @PansPurse you may want to see these :) Hopefully you start saving your coin ring centres too :P 
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I saw these on eBay, Was thinking of buying but thought against it as it took much to figure out what the silver content was.

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1 minute ago, MikeSol said:

I saw these on eBay, Was thinking of buying but thought against it as it took much to figure out what the silver content was.

I am glad you didnt bid against me :P 
I bought them cause i just liked the look of them. Its actually quite hard to guess what the content is - could drop them off to a friend who will xrf them for me and separate them. 

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6 minutes ago, ilovesilverireallydo said:

I am glad you didnt bid against me :P 
I bought them cause i just liked the look of them. Its actually quite hard to guess what the content is - could drop them off to a friend who will xrf them for me and separate them. 

I recognised quite a few of them as Australian, US, Irish, Canadian and Indian but most of those have varied fineness. 

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2 hours ago, ilovesilverireallydo said:

Bought as scrap. Basically coin centres from a coin ring maker which were going to be scrapped - I thought they looked cool. Coins range from 50%-90% silver and smaller than a 5 pence coin. @PansPurse you may want to see these :) Hopefully you start saving your coin ring centres too :P 
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Ooh, they've been punched out. Yes that looks much better than my bumbling attempts at drilling:

 

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