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LittleJohnSilver

Ebay £10 redemption voucher

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OK Chaps, it's that point again where I have been blessed by the eBay Gods with another £10 redemption voucher.

Normally I use such vouchers to get tools or equipment cheaper, and have been looking at getting another belt and disc sander to assist with sharpening/deburring metal forged knife blades etc.

This time I'm thinking of using it voucher a silver purchase, as buying tools etc does not increase it's value long term, whereas buying something silver does provide a better option of some sort of future resale increase.

I can either buy:

- a single 1oz 2018 Britannia and only pay £10.99 (stupidly cheap)
- a single 2oz 2018 Queens Beast and only pay £30.99/£31.99 (depending on UK dealer but still not cheaper than gs.be)
- a single 100g silver bar and only pay £40 (pretty cheap)

or...

....something else......

The rules are it must result in the final price being overall dirt cheaper than buying from either gs.be or anyone in the UK.

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9 minutes ago, ilovesilverireallydo said:

grab junk silver - 50% its cheap and still has silver value and you can get a £10 lot without having to spend more.

Junk silver doesn't float my boat.

.999 is the minimum I will be stacking!

 

6 minutes ago, Ollie1016 said:

I'd get the 100g bar 

Why the bar over a Brit or QB?

Edit: Just clicked on. Price per gram for a 100g bar comes in at £0.43, and the Queens Beast comes in at £0.52.

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2 hours ago, Cornishfarmer said:

Rwanda dog/rooster.  Nice coin and start of series

Just checked average eBay prices. Even with £10 off, still £5 ish pound more that a Brittania.

For me it's all about the price per gram.

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