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Bullion dealers

>Constitutional/"junk" silver info

https://findbullionprices.com/ (US)
https://eu.compare.pm (EU)


>Bullion tax info by state:


Nitric Acid

EU/ENGLAND sources
https://www.chards.co.uk/ [Much cheaper than BullionByPost]
https://goldprice.eu5.net/ [Website to compare gold prices for UK]

Russian/European coins

Previous edition:

>> No.23626506

What kind of miners should I look into?

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first for bat boi gang rise up

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>> No.23626532

Your inner demons.

>> No.23626553

I like $AG, and $EGO. $PAAS looks oversold at this range as well. I've also been adding $GPL lately per some anons talking about it/pan man mentioning it in here.

>> No.23626554

Anons, post your sitfolios.


>> No.23626568

All kinds. Get some small ones that are just getting started. Get some big boys that are paying dividends. Get some gold, get some silver and some base metals.

>> No.23626573

Ones that have good financials and good projects. Know what you invest into, and take your time. Understand the company and the risks.

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If Biden wins and raises corporate taxes, wouldn't miners located in USA get royally fucked, even if silver goes up?

I'm in Aurcana but I'm scared now.

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>>23625822 #
I'm not a financial advisor nor am I an active trader. I'm more tuned into macro. But I think we have a big spike in the dollar coming and a big spike in long dated treasuries. I think Steven van Metre's thesis in the short term is spot on. Although yields have risen a bit here recently, I think eventually they will tank. We have a record level of shorts in bond market and that usually indicates that a lot of people are about to get taken to the cleaners. There are strong downward forces on yields, and it wouldn't take much to trigger the mother of all short squeezes. So I have some calls on UUP (dollar bull) and TLT (long dated treasuries). I have only minor options, while I'm sitting long unleveraged in TLT. I'm also half in cash. Mine is a very limited short term macro play, as I am on pmg and am convinced long term that dollar is in trouble. There are other people swing trading and making a killing every day, but I don't have the time or the patience and probably not the smarts to do that. So I make boring macro plays. I'm also hedged with about $16k in physical.

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Kitco used an XRP riddler's twitter as a reliable source of information.

Gold and silver will not have greater returns compared to crypto.

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>> No.23626734

Which ones are you into?

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Only the new projects working through their permits will likely see issues. Aurcana for example should be fine. Also morning all!

>> No.23626804

Aya Gold & Silver Inc
Kopy Goldfields
Silvercorp Metals Inc
Endeavour Mining Corp
Pan American Silver Corp
Lundin Gold
Impact Silver Corp
Sotkamo Silver
Barrick Gold Corp

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>> No.23626872

Impact Silver
Klondike Silver
Kootenay silver
Dolly Varden Silver
Canada silver cobalt works
Viscount mining
Silver Spruce
Sprott Gold Miners
Sprott junior miners
Defiance Silver

How do I look?

>> No.23626894

>Gold and silver will not have greater returns compared to crypto
What happens when the power grid goes down cryptocuck?

>> No.23626897

Oh and also Silver One which is a core posistion

>> No.23626901


PAN MAN's list:

/PMG/ PAN MAN's choice of miners Winter 2020 - 2021
Buy physical first! Buy stocks second!
Do your own research! These are only suggestions!

Major Miners
>Newmont Goldcorp (US)
>Freeport McMoran (US)
>Teck Resources (Canada)
>Kirkland Lake Gold Ltd (Canada)
>Rio Tinto (Australia/Canada)
>Barrick Goldcorp (Canada)
>Newcrest Mining (Australia)
>Fortuna Silver Mines Inc (Can/Peru)

Top Juniors
>Pretium Resources (Canada)
>Skeena Resources (Canada)
>Dolly Varden Silver Corp (Canada)
>Freegold Ventures Ltd (Canada)
>Impact Silver Corp (Can/Mexico)
>Newgold Inc (Canada)

Interesting Juniors
>McEwen Mining Inc (Can/US)
>Great Panther Mining Inc (Canada)
>Scottie Resources Corp (Canada)
>Ascot Resources (Canada)
>VanGold Mining (Canada)
>Rio2 Limited (Can/Chile)
>Talisker Resources (Canada)

Top Silver Miners
>First Majestic Silver Corp
>Pan American Silver Corp
>Endeavour Silver Corp
>Hecla Mining

>> No.23626938

noo dont moon ur so cheap aha

>> No.23626957

Sure thing, I'll post my miners, in no particular order
>PGM, 200 shares
>AUMN, 400 shares
>NHK, 200 shares
>PMY, 10k shares
>SSE, 1,000 shares
>BHS, 1,500 shares
>MTH, 4,500 shares
>NORG, 1,000 shares
>SOSI1, 1,200 shares
>NHY, 50 shares

Planning to maybe short NHY, SSE and part of SOSI1. Wait & see on BHS, MTH. Long on PGM, AUMN. Possible long but unsure about PMY, NORG, NHK.

>> No.23627010

XRP isn't a coin. The power grid will not go down for an extended period of time there are safety nets.

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Thank you very much for explaining anon, I'm a brainlet at trading and never bothered before the Wuhan lockdown in January lit a raging fire under my arse so have much to learn yet. Been quite interesting so far though. Never thought I'd start cashing out of some rare artifacts to get deeper into the market but it seems like the way to go right now. Thanks again scottsdale autist anon.

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Left: 100 Asahi "cyber" rounds
Right: 100 Asahi American Reserve rounds

>> No.23627107

>We have a record level of shorts in bond market and that usually indicates that a lot of people are about to get taken to the cleaners. There are strong downward forces on yields, and it wouldn't take much to trigger the mother of all short squeezes.
Bonds are really in a "greater fool" kind of situation where people buy them with the plan to flip them for a profit in the aftermarket because bonds don't provide positive returns anymore as the yields fall behind the inflation rate

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Cyber close-up

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American Reserves in close

>> No.23627199

Very shiny, anon. Nice purchase.

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I want these so fucking bad.

>> No.23627250

juss traid my staxck of morgon dollers and 2013 lable silver eagels in fo a lincon town car how yall thnk i dided

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>Defiance Silver - Mexico - 117 MC (core)
>Impact Silver - Mexico - 121 MC (core)
>Vangold - Mexico - 30 MC (core)
>Silver One - USA - 121 MC (core)
>Dolly Varden - Canada - 89 MC (core)
>Canada silver cobalt - Canada - 59 MC
>Strikepoint Gold - Canada - 30 MC
>Klondike - Canada - 11 MC
>Aurcana Silver - USA - 207 MC

>> No.23627304

>Possible long but unsure about PMY, NORG, NHK.
If you're holding shares you're long, breh

>> No.23627331

What is MC and core

>> No.23627346

You know what I mean, no need to get into the semantics

>> No.23627347

Is we getting stimulus?

>> No.23627354

I like Asahi
Clean look

>> No.23627392

Market cap, important to know whats the upside potential. Core is how much I will put into it compared to other. Usually since I can invest 1k per month, I will put 600/400 into core/not core.

>> No.23627411

Eventually. Maybe in a few months.

>> No.23627422

It occured to me just now that a lot of these people are behaving as if biden is going to win the election. They believe the fake polls and are unaware of the massive amounts of voter fraud.

Imagine being a normie and believing in the corona hoax and election fraud.

Anyway, the thought just occured to me that normies are behaving like, well normies. Even Peter Schiff believes the polls that biden is going to win.

>> No.23627437

Do any of you anons get stressed about life and money and your future but then you take some PMs out of the safe and feel comfy?

>> No.23627444

Good choices mate but dont get attached to anything specific.

>> No.23627446

Whats dat word mean eventually?

Is we getting stimukus or not nigga?


>> No.23627463

Ill admit im only attached to silver one, impact, and a little bit of Dolly Varden but these are the strongest of them all so. I'll probably stick with the sprott funds im in but everything else im unattached to.

>> No.23627501

Low market cap is good?

>> No.23627511

Nigger, never expect a democratic government to be expedient.

>> No.23627519

Not necessarily

>> No.23627637

diggin the asahis

>> No.23627717

You need to spend about a month studying before youre ready to invest. Trust me. I know from experience. Be better than I was. Ive had to dive in headfirst and made some mistakes early on (like buying 10k shares of bayhorse)

>> No.23627734

whew... another red day... my miners went down... less then things like TSLA and NVDA... but still

buying opportunity for sure

>> No.23627772

I'd say a better piece of advice to a newbie would be to invest tiny amounts at first and learn gradually. I too have made bad investments but I've learnt best from those mistakes

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>> No.23627879

very interesting news, also saw the bayhorse news too

>> No.23627894

wez gettin da stim checks plus da platnum plan too 500 billon plus da unmploymit plus da welfair pluis da EBT plus obamacair plus obamaphones nd wez gettin da fi-finger disconts on flat screenz n jordans ye nigga 2020 owur year nihha

>> No.23627911

don't you think they are spreading too thin ? I'm down 30% on these fuckers. Also, why wouldnt it be good to focus more on someone like Impact Silver, almost nothing wrong can happen as long Silver price are high.

>> No.23627956

I would agree that advice is better

>> No.23627980

Aw yeah nigga. Im gunna buy so much Jodans

>> No.23628049

>bought McEwin at $1.40 2000 shares
>its now 95 cents

When do I an hero?

>> No.23628058

I kind of think there loosing focus but they also have done serious work on Brandywine so makes sense to start looking at Morrison. Its also fall / early winter so they probably are getting in what work they can on their ground before winter.

>> No.23628079

...You do know what you're doing right anon? You didn't just go all-in on something that somebody shilled? I'm getting concerned for you

>> No.23628099

No problem, fren. Good luck!

They definitely are. There's no way I am hanging onto these long term, but there are lots of larger institutions that have requirements on holdings. Treasuries are still top tier asset/collateral class. Not forever, but definitely for the short term.

>> No.23628130

VERY NICE! I really like these rounds.

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>> No.23628150

>bought 500 shares of Aurcana at 0.60
>0.53EUR now

it's fuck it money but still pretty disappointing that they keep going down despite securing their funding.

>> No.23628216

Sure if you know what you're doing and you're capable of taking the risk of yields rising (deflation happening) bonds can be a great short-term investment. I'll stay far away though
AUN will probably begin climbing when development begins nearing its end, and it will stay high if production goals are met. The funding they got has bad terms too so it's very important that they're able to ramp up the production on schedule and start getting returns. After they've established a positive cash flow they can continue exploring their amazing property and creating even more value

>> No.23628301

>I'm in Aurcana
so am I, kind of surprising it's down 3 cents today

>> No.23628310

copyright takedown

>> No.23628362

Good morning to you Pan Man, though it's 21:00 over here
phew, barely managed to download it

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Reminder to trade according to Islamic tradition. Inshallah, brothers.

>> No.23628401

>falling for isalmeme

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habibi, brother!

>> No.23628531

What is money in Islam?

Are you gonna fork over your Jizya or do we need to break your legs?

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not only you, trying to time the market is pretty hard, i'm too retarded for that. I just buy when I have money and think it wont dip more.

>> No.23628567

>Are you gonna fork over your Jizya or do we need to break your legs?
I will slather my bullets in pork grease and have God guide them between your eyes

>> No.23628572

What was it?

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Schiff wants this meme gone but it's too based to die

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>> No.23628848


hello I am from 60 minutes and would like permission to use your top rate, in depth, and unbiased interview footage on our twitter and regular media outlets.

Please message me at: [email protected]

Thank you

>> No.23628896

been up all night sorry doing paperwork.

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good one
ugh sounds awful. Hang in there Mr. Man

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>he fucking claimed it

>> No.23629141

I understand the permits are likely fine but what about the massive increases in corporate taxes?
Wouldn't that royally fuck over Aurcana and make them uncompetitive compared to other non-American miners?

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Sleep Joe is losing bigly, he's a total loser

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I don't blame him.
Oh well I got a good laugh out of it.

>> No.23629211

just post it on streamable.com whenever you feel like shitposting, it's great OC

>> No.23629322

my wife grew up really poor, she gets stressed about money a lot, she doesn't realize how much money we have, so sometimes when she's feeling really upset about buying something "expensive" I pull some gold and silver out of the safe and let her hold it, when you're holding real money, suddenly buying a 70 dollar videogame or whatever doesn't seem so bad.

>> No.23629370

That's the Lord's job, anon. Riches will fail you. He won't.

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>> No.23629417

>it's great OC
Thanks lol
I was listening to his podcast and when he started giving examples of the accusations they were laying on him I knew it would make a funny meme.

>> No.23629451

Holy shit, I didn't even look at the pic. You're antiquities anon. Your stack is the best here. Rest easy.

>> No.23629474

fuck, missed it

>> No.23629512

holy crap, where'd you find all that stuff?

>> No.23629523

>1 copyright strike
lmfao. what a god damn dystopia tech is nowadays.

>> No.23629567


>> No.23629650

>he copyrighted it within 24 hours of your posting it
Is Peter lurking this thread right now?

>> No.23629660

>Peter Schiff is an anon and a regular at /pmg/
too good to be true

>> No.23629684

Schiff here

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>asks me to reupload
>actually wanted to track my IP
>tfw you're now on Schiff's List

>> No.23629884

>Schiffler's list

>> No.23630021

Original uploader here.
Honestly it's probably better to not reupload it. He's dealing with enough bullshit as it is with these false accusations.
Leave it on streamable though.

>> No.23630041

Yeah for sure. The last thing he needs right now is more fake news

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>Your stack is the best here.

Thanks but unlikely, I'm good at hunting and hoarding cheap silver and "sleeper" (unrecognized by everyone but me) ancient artifacts, numismatics and all types of antiques but am a self employed dropout so don't have the stable income that most here probably enjoy. That resiliency will probably be helpful going forward but I'm pretty jelly of the well-paid Goldchads and savvy market traders, ngl. Got something to aspire to and great anons here to learn from though so thanks again.

Mostly eBay and directly from the metal detectorists themselves working ground all over Europe. Can't find it myself here in Burgerstan but the depths of the internet is fertile enough soil for me. If you're looking for anything ancient in particular I can point you in the right direction, it's a minefield out there.

If anyone wants me to evaluate any arcane ancient stuff I'd be happy to help you avoid fakes and find excellent good-price dealers, but that's probably even less useful than the scrapping tips which objectively aren't as useful or profitable as the education in the markets generally or in the mining sector in particular that I get here.

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you're new to /pmg/ right ? We have some big whale here.

>> No.23630149

whats 500g cost like 30k$ USD?

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>> No.23630390


i don't think that's entirely true, since bitcoin's distribution model is a close analogy to precious metal. i expect gold and silver to moon just as quickly once reserves start to run out.

>> No.23630462

oh shit... you know that means that Schiff reads PMG right?

There is quite literally no where else this would have been posted.

PETER COME ON!!!! You know that vid was a joke and is meant to show how you are really innocent!

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>> No.23630553

>excellent good-price dealers,
I'm in England (if it matters), do you know any good sources of 1000AD or earlier spearheads?

>> No.23630566

Or Schiff probably has some of his low level employees scour the internet for negative opinions of him and try to get those deleted

>> No.23630732

possibly, and probably...

I still think he browses PMG... its basically mandatory reading at this point for those in PM

>> No.23630745

His son is into BTC. I’m sure he at least does.

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It's fine as a principled takedown, but tbqh its edited far enough out of context that it should fall under fair use since it is transformative.

@petershiff let us know how to best carry the torch of Ron Paul's Liberty Foundation. 2020 isn't the year, but it's coming. Additionally, why do you seethe over DJT? We all know things are turbo fucked, but why is he so bad? Team blue is full of traitors, and traitors need to go before enemies. I think you can agree. Is it because he wasn't able to do as much as you had hoped?
>muh broken promises
>muh deficits
If he stays in, unlike your prediction, do you think 2020-2024 he might be able to set the framework cut down on some spending? I know there isn't proof, but are you blackpilled, Peter-Sama? Are you an accelerationist or something?
Bonus question: How would you recommend going about reorganizing pensions?

>> No.23630771

no but i did buy them because they were shiny. so it does feel good to look at them.

>> No.23630792

I've got some insurance to sell you.
>although unironically consider private disability

>> No.23630823

Re pensions:

Get them the fuck out of anything that isnt in your control and start the paper work right fucking now.

Best case if you leave it, you will lose most of it to inflation, probably and worst case its all gone.

Get that shit into stocks or collateralize loans or something that will earn interest beyond 5-10% you need to break even at least.

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Post stacks

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Yeah to be fair Id be super pissed off too if I got railroaded the way he was. I wish there was a way to help him... it was super scuzzy how they brought his wife into it and basically lied to get into his house.

Sam hyde was right about reporters.

>> No.23630872

thats disgusting

>> No.23630919

your obviously gay

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That is probably very good advice. My question was from a policy perspective. I think I should have meant the unfunded liabilities of the state, especially with regard to public pensions and Medicare. I'm personally highly levered into PM and leveraged against my retirement accounts. I should have probably taken a bigger 401(k) loan. My tinfoil triggered and I didn't want to be tagged for covid nor covid relief so I took a "loan" which might end up being tax hell, but we'll see how it goes. If it gets that bad, I'll work on working outside of the US again or go full atlas shigged and shoot for self sufficiency out in the heartland.

If Peter reads the threads, bar the stormfront larp, I'm sure he can see the amount of rock solid support he has. It's a shame I wouldn't be clear to bank with him, but I do have a small amount in his mutual funds.

>> No.23630941

>1 post by this ID
Like clockwork

>> No.23630956

>stormfront larp

>> No.23630974

It probably showed up in his feed or recommended vids.

>> No.23630999

precious metals no more. deflationary stuff is the new thing. eip55 & NEC

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>do you know any good sources of 1000AD or earlier spearheads?

Absolutely! Ancient spearheads are an autistic subspecialty of mine.

Here is a near eastern bronze age point being sold by one of my favorite UK dealers Derek Glover (del550), likely a javelin tip 3,500+ years old. He has reasonably low starting bids and while his titles and descriptions suck ass and are often incorrect (that's how you find rare valuable stuff cheap) he has always carried only genuine coins and artifacts. Most UK based eBay dealers are sketchy or outright fake-sellers but you'll do fine with him. Check his other listings too.

Here is a rusty and fragile big spearhead, probably a Medieval horseman's lance but there was lots of stylistic overlap over the millennia. Promteh09-3 is a legit Ukrainian and frequently lists interesting iron spearheads but those up now aren't special. Many Ukrainians and Russians are skilled forgers and fake sellers but not all of them. Check his other legit listings too.

Best for last, just came across this rockin' deal from a legit Russian, he has several flats and a very nice single spearhead listed with $1 opening bid. This flat in particular is very good, the Scythian barbed spearhead is a nice one and alone is basically worth the entire $100 shipped price for everything so if you don't get it soon it may join my artifact hoard lol. Seriously let me know, I don't *need* them but the seller has some awesome deals so start here if you want some awesome affordable high-T antiquities.

>> No.23631028

Look at anything but the tits you retarded coomers. She has bimbo lips and the botox spilled out into the rest of her face

>> No.23631041

Checked, let's enjoy taxes and total economic collapse together.

>> No.23631106

>1 post by this ID
You just keep digging yourself into a deeper hole don’t you?

>> No.23631115

Tbh the tits aren't even that good. I bet they're pancakes. I'd pay a merc, but only for the whole night.

>> No.23631140

*tips fedora*

>> No.23631219

Tits are too big and unshapely.

>> No.23631327

Imagine having a wife and "lots of money" but still spending 70 dollars on a video game. Shes not stressed about the money anon. Shes stressed about being with a beta male.

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I want a half sovereign but it comes to a $60CAD premium after tax which is pretty hefty. $352CAD total

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>> No.23631418

>70 dollars on a video game
Cheap entertainment. An amusement park is about $3/hr minimum. A movie out is about $5/hr. Two or three good $70 games on a $300 console can be under $1/hr of entertainment. Easily. Granted, that's unrealistic, but video games are a cost efficient use of money for entertainment, anon.

>> No.23631477

Is your desire great enough that the 60 CAD premium is worth it? Would you happily spend 60 on a dinner that you'd quickly forget? If so then I bet you'll experience more cumulative pleasure fondling an old gold coin and should go ahead and treat yourself to one.

>> No.23631511

Is $60 over spot for Double Eagles a good deal?

>> No.23631539

There’s just something that makes me laugh at grown men who still play video games past their teens

>> No.23631578

She should divorce you for playing on a console instead of a computer anon

>> No.23631583

That's a good way of putting it. I do have a birthday next month so I may indulge

I would get a Double Eagle for $60 over spot. They carry such high premiums everywhere so that's a great deal

>> No.23631587

Gotta burn the extra time somehow. Video games are one of the cheaper ways. The only cheaper means might be cable TV in the future.

>> No.23631624

Really depends on the game, if you play it enough eventually you will break even on the cost, but A lot of newer games don't feel like they're worth $70 for the content you're getting not counting sold seperately DLC.

>> No.23631633

Kek, just giving a worst case price scenario. For me, I need funz. The only excess spending I have right now is on metal and miners.

>> No.23631664

Yeah, just don't touch those. If you can't get 100 hrs of play time on something that costs 70 dollars, it should be left in the bin.

>> No.23631730

Plus don't pass up older quality games, Got hundreds of hours in Rainbow Six Siege for buying it at $10. Another good example of content to price would be the early Fallout games

>> No.23631741
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Bloody hell mate, I appreciate it, really. Feel free to buy of course, probably better in your hands than mine, I'm really just casting a broad net-if you want a piece got for it. One more thing if you don't mind, how should I store them? I've got a little bronze spearhead in a drawer and it seems to be deteriorating, 'dust' coming off it.

I'm finishing up my history degree now and it's always disappointed me how little we interact with the realities of the past like archaeologists do. I also have an obsession with convincing people that spears were used overarm with a shield, like depicted on every single piece of ancient artwork. Even photographs won't convince them. Pic related. The autism never ends.

>> No.23631745

Thanks anon, my LCS apparently has a ton of them that the guy has trouble unloading. I'll pick one up sometime next week.

>> No.23631761

>100 hrs of play time
Easily achievable with Anno and paradox games.

>> No.23631774

Beautiful Finnish beauty tainted by plastic surgery

>> No.23631778

Any sterling anons here? Which weighted sterling brands are good for compites, candlesticks, creamer sets, etc? I know Duchin is shit. What about La Pierre or Gorham or one called, Empire or Estate, forgot the name sorry. Or any others?

I am looking at a few candle sticks, some larger elaborate looking candelabras, and some small weighted cups and shakers. Largely Gorham or unnamed.

>> No.23631786

Go to the gym faggot and watch all of a sudden your wife not be "worried" anymore.

>> No.23631798

A lot of men with your attitude see no issue in watching the electric Jew or niggerball for 5 hours solid, but how is that any different?

>> No.23631801

You know what I do? I sit and stare at the fucking wall. I refuse to let my wife see me play a videogame for more than one hour a month. Ride a bike. Go outside. Clean.

>> No.23631812

They’re certainly a way to entertain yourself, but I think video games walk a thin line between entertainment and time wasting. There’s literally thousands of hobbies that you can have fun with and acquire a skill, while you can’t get any skills from video games. And this is coming from someone who played video games for 10 years from age 5 to 15, then I realized how much time I had just burned away without anything to show for it and I haven’t played vidya since

>> No.23631827
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Ok, rather than kill a thread to ask I'll put it to you guys. I have £18 worth of nectar points, I can either use there to buy some silver of ebay which I usually do with my points to bring down my cost average with free silver (inb4 everything on ebay is fake I'm very selective about what I buy on ebay and havent been stung yet).

Or, sainsbury supermarket is currently offering double points instore so that means I have £36 to spend. what can I buy to flog to turn that £36 voucher into cash and then into pms?
and pic related of some pre decimal I received this morning to keep it on topic.

>> No.23631834

This is true.

>> No.23631842

I dont do that shit either. I go to the gym and do yard work like a fucking man.

>> No.23631845

>electric jew
>nigger ball
I don’t watch any nigger sports because that’s not much different from video games, not to mention the entire culture of nigger worship that surrounds them

>> No.23631864
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>You know what I do? I sit and stare at the fucking wall.

>> No.23631885

man I don't have a problem with adults playing video games but adults getting excited about console releases and spending $70 on new games just blows my mind. there is no value in games besides the entertainment value as some earlier anon said, Just wait a week and you can pick up the game half price 2nd hand. I'm still playing fallout 3.

>> No.23631917
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I'm going to spend 160$ on the new Nier replicant, what are you going to do about it ? Fagget, I bet my stack is bigger than yours.

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>> No.23631941

It's just people who are bad with money, and think they NEED the latest and greatest. A friend of mine bought that new avenger's game for $60 and then a month later when we went into a walmart he bought the physical copy of Avengers for another $60. I asked him why, and his reasoning was, "Yeah I like to have the physical copy too bro." He said he's getting the ps5 at launch as well. Maybe it's just big dick chad energy though.

>> No.23631967

Only pussy men think they need to be entertained and have "funz" every fucking minute. Try sitting with your thoughts some time like a real fucking man.

>> No.23631982

That just perfectly encapsulates the vanity of our society

>> No.23631987

>Maybe it's just big dick chad energy though.
It isn't, it's garbage money skills
You should be putting your money into:
>Education + skills
>Goodwill/relationship building
>Some for entertainment, done cheap
Anything else is a burn of $

>> No.23631992

I sit with my thoughts at night before bed, that's usually my time to reflect. I think reading a book, excersise, or generally cleaning your house/repairing/creating something are much better uses of your time than sitting in a chair and just staring at the wall lmao.

>> No.23632020
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> Maybe it's just big dick chad energy though.
Lol literally the opposite, nothing but consooooomer redd*t onions culture, absolutely having to own the NEWEST video game/console/funko pop/ capeshit/ Star Wars garbage

>> No.23632026

He's a good dude, but yeah he does shit like this all the time, and then wonders why his money is always tight. I've tried to point it out to him, but he never listens and it's not my business really.

>> No.23632069

So lets say a man does all of that, works, keeps everything in order, looks after his body etc. He then plays an hour of vidya on the weekend. How can you possibly see this as a character flaw? Or, if you must consider it as one, why don't you, in your posts, extend the same vitriol to other hobbies you don't partake in?


>> No.23632078

You guys should look into dopamine fasting, basically all you do is sit somewhere and do absolutely nothing that you derive pleasure from for three days straight including eating, it completely resets your dopamine receptors and helps you recover from social media and consoomer culture addiction

>> No.23632089

It does show that he lacks restraint. Don't trust him with valuables or women.

>> No.23632107

Booze. Sell to kids.

>> No.23632189
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post stacks

>> No.23632199

>So lets say a man does all of that, works, keeps everything in order, looks after his body etc. He then plays an hour of vidya on the weekend. How can you possibly see this as a character flaw? Or, if you must consider it as one, why don't you, in your posts, extend the same vitriol to other hobbies you don't partake in?
because he's obviously just insecure as fuck and makes posts like that to boost his ego and feeling of self-worth

>> No.23632210

I don’t spend more than two hours a week watching the idiot box, mostly because it’s about as much as a waste of time as video games and there’s nothing good on television anymore

>> No.23632212

Is everything on eBay fake? bc I just put a few bids down.

>> No.23632240

Spend the points on your groceries and put the savings into pms. Seems pretty fucking simple bud.

>> No.23632241

Absolutely everything
Nothing is real

>> No.23632270

So you are no better than a man who plays games for two hours a week are you, since you admit both are a waste of time?

>> No.23632281

There's actual gold/silver companies on ebay like APMEX and Scottsdale. You should try to buy from them instead of randos or anyone with less than 1000+ feedback ratings. Anyone with 0 feedback avoid. Real silver on ebay is definitely there, but for real gold you need to make sure it's a real company/verified seller.

>> No.23632287

its memed hard on here and yes there are a lot of fakes and even more idiots bidding on them but if you have at least 2 brain cells to rub together its pretty simple to steer around

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>> No.23632338

People who play video games don’t play two hours a week hombre, 2 hours a day would be a very conservative estimate and it’s probably like 4 hours a day for most gaymers

>> No.23632412

So your issue is with time spent, not the hobby itself? By what you've said it seems you'd have no issue if someone did play them for two hours weekly. Therefore, you can't claim any grievance with the medium itself, only the manner and rate of consumption.

>> No.23632445

That's not me, and my wife plays more than me. She's on Shadow of Mordor and okami. I spend my time working, reading, baking, and studying for the most part.

Yeah, my adolescence was pretty bad, but vidya had helped my critical thinking and decision making a bit.

>> No.23632451

>too big

>> No.23632478

Ignore. Probably a fag.

>> No.23632535

If your hobby is something like wood working or bushcraft, then I don’t see anything wrong with spending a large amount of time on it because things like that are actually useful. But I generally agree that digital entertainment should be kept to a minimum, although I guess playing video games is better than watching porn

>> No.23632540

Thank you. They've got about 1000 reviews at 100% positive. Feeling better now.

>> No.23632545
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> too big
that is scientifically impossible

>> No.23632576

Ahahaha it probably smells like cigarettes and ass in there

>> No.23632603

Is that one of those hikikomori I keep on hearing about?

>> No.23632618

nah just someone from /a/

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>implying it isn't the perfect comfy space

>> No.23632680

Too busy/cluttered. but comfy for sure, the tvand stand all the way to the far left can go though.

>> No.23632717

>another full lockdown in the UK
Well shit, stack up before it's too late, lads. Also buy Amazon shares if you can, this shit will explode for the months to come. Sell the top and buy more gold if you still can.

>> No.23632745

Wut? A full lockdown down?

>> No.23632775
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La Pierre is the best weighted stuff, Gorham is usually quite good thick gauge quality too. Usually weighted cups/sugars/creamers or shakers that are only weighted in the bottom yield pretty well, in the 40%-60% range but be conservative so you don't get burned. Also some candelabras are quite good but it's hard to explain or give advice without pictures because others suck ass.

>> No.23632778

Next week they're announcing what they did in March and April. Only the slaves are going to work ("""Essential Business"""), everything else needs to permanently shut down. They say it's until December, so we can have a safe Christmas, but that's obviously bullshit. This lockdown will stay until the weather warms up... so May?

>> No.23632793

What are peoples' thoughts about pre-1933 gold? I have been thinking buying some pre-1933 coins for my next gold purchase instead of American Golden Eagles. I like their designs and it's nice to hold a piece of history in your hands. Is there any reason to just stick with AGE's? I'm a little worried about counterfeits and how much of a demand there would be for them if I ever wanted to sell/trade them later on. Some of the premiums on the cleaned ones aren't too bad, but I know that they have almost zero numismatic value.

>> No.23632798

how do you know this?

>> No.23632814

No because then at that point youre a faggot doing your "man checklist" so you can play video games.

>> No.23632816

Oh well. I haven't worked since March anyway so... #yolo

>> No.23632862

>I am not able to read and do not realize who was spending the money
based. me and my wife loved the Nier series. I'm excited to see Nier Replicant.

>> No.23632864

I was told by someone who helps me invest, an hour later the news reported on it. Positioned myself ahead of the time, so did most of our government no doubt.

>> No.23632873

I go to the gym and work physical labor as a hobby. sounds like you're upset.

>> No.23632931

Newfound Gold killing it. I'm up 150% in 2 months. About to sell half my position to buy other Newfoundland miners on the same fault lines.

>> No.23632936

>it was revealed to me in a dream

>> No.23632947

Does no one care about shape, the arreola, how far apart, etc...?
Just size?

>> No.23632950

>One more thing if you don't mind, how should I store them? I've got a little bronze spearhead in a drawer and it seems to be deteriorating, 'dust' coming off it.

Depends on how unstable the rust is, that big Ukrainian lance spearhead would fall apart after several years without stabilization but those Russian ones look much more stable and would probably be fine just sitting on a shelf. I have tons of artifacts and would be much happier knowing a history lover and fellow spearsmanship autist started their collection with great genuine ancient pieces at a great price. If you won't bite lmk and I'll keep an eye on them, but I've been obsessed with buying junior miners lately and really don't need any more I've got boxes and boxes full lol.

Hard to say without pictures (nudge nudge) but it sounds like your bronze spearhead is suffering from "Bronze Disease", a destructive slow chain reaction caused by the presence of chlorides. Best easy treatment is soaking in distilled water and changing out for fresh distilled water periodically over the course of a month or 2. Most bronze is pretty solid and is fine sitting on a shelf.

>> No.23632963

I like pre-33 gold for the history and the designs (except for the shitty wagon raiding smallpox nigger they put on the quarter and half eagle), only issue is that premiums are usually outrageous for them, especially on the quarter eagles and gold dollars. I’m not a numisfag so I don’t care if it’s been cleaned or not, as long as most of the original detail is still on the coin. If you really love it then I’d say the premium is worth it, better to spend a $100 premium on a gold coin you like than video games or funko pop garbage

>> No.23632970

Fair warning though there is talk of "protests" from local environmentalists and native groups to do with several regional gold exploration projects. Hopefully nothing actually gets started though, its winter there to lazy to stand around in the cold all day.

>> No.23632983

Isn’t that one of Varg’s sources in his LARPagan book?

>> No.23632990

Fuck miners, acquire physical

>> No.23633007

You are both beta males and your wives are fat and they dont enjoy fucking you or making "sexy timez" or whatever gay onions shit you wanna call it.

>> No.23633015

based. honestly, should you even bother if it wasn't told to you in a dream? most of my major life decisions are made after taking a long nap. when I get bad business news and shit, I usually have a big drink, take a nap, and when I wake up I know exactly what to do.

>> No.23633076

Gavin Mccinnes, is that you??

>> No.23633078

What about Presner or how ever its spelled. I saw some of that before.

>> No.23633094
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Thanks for the warning. I didn't think you'd know about Newfoundland's situation as well with BC's.
Hopefully nothing starts up. Newfoundland and the maritime provinces are a miserable wasteland and I'm really rooting for them to get some industry and money flowing in. They're like the provinces in the corner going like "hey we exist too"

By the way, have you heard of Scottie resources? I've heard multiple mining analysts bring up this company recently. I know Golden Triangle is like your expertise.

>> No.23633128

A potent vision of my future that came to me while on shrooms I grew myself in '06 has been guiding me through much of this year, no joke.

>> No.23633151

Nothing special about their candlestick holders but sugars/creamers are worth getting, depends on size but they yield around 45% if memory serves

>> No.23633169

What are your favorite gold sovereigns to buy? I just got my first one and t’s a 1910 Great Britain sovereign. Feels significant when you hold it. Like it’s historical and “real” I don’t know how to better describe it.

>> No.23633182

holy based, I took mushrooms in high school and it made me realize I was fucking up my life and I ended up starting my business based on that.

>> No.23633270

Nice one, can we see it?

>> No.23633328
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Does anybody have experience with pic related, the gold dollar coin? It has 1.6 grams of gold and I was thinking of getting one for the meme, but would 2 1g gold bars be a better buy?

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Please don't tell me it's fake! Seems to have stopped now in any case, or maybe I was just imagining it-I haven't actually had the thing out in a year.

Really, do you reckon that collection is a bargain then? I might just go for it.

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>> No.23633489
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>> No.23633496

Nice sovereign, j hat

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>> No.23633535

Must've just been some green stained desert dust, that looks solid and authentic with no disease, at least on that side. I'm not expert in Near Eastern pieces like that but they are nice and usually older than European bronze age items.
And yes, that flat with the barbed Scythian throwing spear is a good deal, you'd be able to turn a profit pretty easy if you ever had to sell which is an important criterion for me personally. That single spearhead $1 auction format piece is nice too, I generally consider ribbed ones like that to be solidly ancient Iron Age, kind of an aesthetic holdover from cast bronze points that NEEDED the strengthening rib but again there was lots of overlap through the millennia. Please feel free to pick up the good deals man, it'll be a savvy buy and manly spearheads once soaked in the blood of enemies are awesome things to hold and "absorb". Kinda like little time machines that draw your mind way back in time, it's breddy cool.

>> No.23633541

So, what sovereigns do you guys have?

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>> No.23633577

Thanks man, I'll probably bite the bullet and get something then, with those delivery times I'll have to order now to get it this year anyway! Before you go what do you think of this?


It always surprises me how small these are in person.

>> No.23633590

Any tips on investing into gold?

>> No.23633612

I just have a few 2020's.

>> No.23633657

stop putting things in your ass, please.

>> No.23633690

Buy physical

>> No.23633758

Feels good though.

>> No.23633803
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buy silver

>> No.23633844

I know the old Scottie Gold Mine that Scottie Resources owns really well, I sent a few seasons exploring around that area and the workings there under Castle Resources a few years ago. I love that ground, its fantastic, it just needs more serious on the ground exploration work. Theres still a scoop tram and haul truck in that mine too. Came with the property after Castle forgot to update their free miners certificates.

>> No.23633864

Sorry, meant for >>23633535

Buy some. I just got a new Britannia, the new security features do inspire a lot of confidence. So if you've the money I recommend one. If not a few sovereigns are good. I wouldn't bother with bullion if you're just starting out.

>> No.23633873
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heres the Red Cliffs near the Scottie Gold Mine.

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>> No.23633910

To be specific, XRP. XRP isn't a coin.

>> No.23633931

very cool

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>> No.23634041

That is a genuine ancient spearhead however the decorative grooves have been heavily retouched and cut deeper and expanded wider than it probably ever was originally. Cool looking but too heavily "cleaned"/modified to be a good collector piece in my opinion. Price is still cheap but I prefer unmolested (or only gently cleaned) pieces. The pieces from Russia are better. Also shipping hopefully wouldn't take so long, because of COVID shutdowns/disruptions eBay has automatically extended estimated delivery dates by over a month in some cases but usually it doesn't take that long.

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>> No.23634099

Anyone on here have a stack valued above 100k USD?

>> No.23634103

>ywn experience getting a simultaneous blowjob and rimjob from some freaky Siamese twins
Why even live?

>> No.23634146
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Flat is, was, and shall be justice.

>> No.23634189

Buy high and sell low like we all do.

>> No.23634191
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have you ever gotten a round like this? the lip is huge. I've never received a round like this before.

>> No.23634193

could've stopped at the first word

>> No.23634201


Thanks. That is one fantastic picture

>> No.23634217

Is it a mint error?

>> No.23634238

If you're gay, yeah.

>> No.23634268


'Dear Buyer
To prevent the circumvention of the eBay.co.uk and eBay.ie Weapon and Knives policy, it is not possible for you to bid on, or buy this item.

Thank you for your understanding.

eBay Trust & Safety'

I hate these cunts.

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>> No.23634303

Is that a thick seam of hematite? Thanks for suggesting Scottie btw, it looked good like all of your picks and I grabbed 2500 yesterday. Up $25 today woohoo lol.

>> No.23634336
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your not wrong

>> No.23634382

If you’re a homosexual or a pedophile, sure

>> No.23634387

You've gotta be fucking kidding me man that's ridiculous. Gotta protect the young lads from Tesco teaspoons 'n shit. I guess you need a license to collect artifacts there, I'd go postal lol.

Maybe sign out of eBay.uk and just log in like normal but on the main eBay.com and try?

>> No.23634388

I can't believe it. Burgers take the piss with: 'do you need a loicense for that spoon?' all the time, but it is actually true. I literally have a modern spear mounted on a shaft behind me, but I can't buy an old, fragile, blunt one?

Might as well get it mate, my CUNTry is fucked.

>> No.23634413

>banning guns is retarded. Guns are just a tool. What, should we ban knives too?
>UK: Yes.

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>They hated Jesus, because he told them the truth.

>> No.23634431

That’s fucking bonkers, can you bongs really not but knives without a loicense? You should consider moving to the Isle of Man, I think they have a lot less strict weapon laws and much lower income taxes

>> No.23634445

Give me sauce right now

>> No.23634450

what are the main differences between the different "brands" of gold/silver?
is it worth buying low K gold/silver?

>> No.23634464

also what's better? bars or coins? or are they practically the same?

>> No.23634470

i bout one gold coin and 25 silver to be delivered. cant wait to see and hold real money

>> No.23634473

>low K
what do you mean by this?

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>> No.23634490

Just got back from the LCS, he was completely sold out of Gold by the time I got there, the deal I mentioned at >>23631511 was good enough to clear the guy out in less than a day. I bought a couple of ounces of Silver and decided to keep the rest of my powder dry for later.

>> No.23634513
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Welcome to the club

>> No.23634526
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tube of morgan half dollars came. Really been enjoying coin pick ups, just from a historical point of view. Makes you think about how the world was when this was minted.

>> No.23634527
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My Gold Stocks are up today!

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>> No.23634540

I guess, I'm not sure how it happened.

>> No.23634552

Well who made it?

>> No.23634611

>main differences between the different "brands" of gold/silver?

Recognition / collector value if you're looking to trade private market. If you're selling to a bulk dealer then it generally doesn't matter.

>is it worth buying low K gold/silver?

Depends on the price. Bulk sellers will often pay melt-value + premium for gold/silver regardless of purity, so if you're prepared to the math to determine whether or not it is good value then it could be for you. It also depends on what you believe the market will look like at the time you need/want to sell.

Personally I only intend to sell physical if shit really hits the fan, in which case being recognizable, pure, and anti-counterfeit are my primary interests. This means I basically just buy common 1oz coins that have anti-counterfeit features.

>> No.23634618
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hey lads, been a minute since i've been on.
i was wondering if pan man was around i got some questions about this rock.
it looks like its got mold growing out of it, but i honestly don't know what it is, its been in a environment that shouldn't allow for mold. nothing else around it has gotten any mold... like i think its some kind of natural fiber glass....

>> No.23634628

>Bulk sellers will often pay melt-value + premium for gold/silver regardless of purity
I need to get out of leafland because everyone jews you top to bottom
They'll pay like 60% of spot on anything

>> No.23634629

Just tried it all mate. Don't worry about it, I'll keep an eye on those dealers anyway, write them down at least, and maybe circumvent the restrictions in future. I'm regular here anyway, so if her maj' relaxes it a bit I'll provide an update.

Of course you can, you can buy spears, crossbows, swords, but just not ones that have decayed in the ground to long, they are far too dangerous then apparently! You only need a license for guns really, but I wouldn't bother because there's a clause that gives police the right to check your property at ANY TIME to check you're keeping your guns safely. You can have personal protection or privacy, both are impossible in the UK. Though I do think I could manage a Chrstchurch only with I've to hand....

>Isle of Man
It's an idea certainly, but not really possible for me now.

>> No.23634667

Thanks for the info Anon.

>> No.23634676

Rotha Lintorn-Orman

>> No.23634698

I’m not a leaf, but what about silvergoldbull? Aren’t they Canadian based?

>> No.23634711

by the way... should i buy other metals?

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That's a space peanut

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>> No.23634769

Only if it passes the scratch test and only if you get the lower karat gold at below 90% of spot value, the cheaper the better of course.

I've seen it before, I wouldn't think the hydraulic coin press pressure is enough to squeeze out metal like that but maybe if they've got it cranked up. My guess is that the planchet wasn't seated flat and received a wonky strike that pinched some metal between the side of the die and collar as the die was coming down.

>> No.23634782

I’m a different leaf and I just checked and silvergoldbull is even worse than the extortionate premiums my local spot charges, and at my local spot I don’t need ID and can pay cash for transactions <2k loonies

>> No.23634873

Who’s baking?

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nice try, IRS

>> No.23634893

Imagine one of them has a massive stroke and never comes out of a coma but they can't remove the head because her lower brain function still works and controls half of her sisters organs so they have to leave the flopping, drooling head on.

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Looks like fine selenite crystals in vesicular basalt?? I see some more massive calcite crystals too. Or are you saying that the fine crystals weren't there before?

It's a damn shame man sorry, I hang around here a lot and sperg out about scrap so please do update if you find any workarounds.

>> No.23634940

I can only get so erect anon

>> No.23634951

Low potassium.

>> No.23634968

That is horrifying.

>> No.23634985

We call it lichen.

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>> No.23635085
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Buy Gold

>> No.23635138

I wouldn't mind a few morgan halves but they're basically all slicks and the ones that aren't aren't priced at junk silver value

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it's a Buffalo boi.
>wonky strike that pinched some metal between the side of the die and collar as the die was coming down.
that seems to make the most sense. I've just never seen a round like this.

>> No.23635206

Why does SilverTowne make the shittiest rounds possible?

>> No.23635249

A horrifying fate awaits the unlucky twin who wakes up to find her beloved sister dead; knowing that she too is facing imminent and inescapable death via whole system organ failure. Kinda freaks me out.

You'd think they'd have some quality control, I haven't seen one that bad before. Still a solid ounce of silver though I don't discriminate.

>> No.23635253

I just bought a roll of random rounds because they were super on sale. they actually gave me a little extra silver, that round weighs 1.03 Troy Oz. lol

>> No.23635305

>they actually gave me a little extra silver, that round weighs 1.03 Troy Oz. lol

Uh oh we got a 21st century coin-clipper in the making here! One of my kilos weighs 1,008 grams which is pretty cool I guess.

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>Uh oh we got a 21st century coin-clipper in the making here

>> No.23635455

>Only the new projects working through their permits will likely see issues.
this is a weird error you keep making, Pan Man

we change laws and revoke permits all the time. Aurcana or that Idaho clusterfuck could have all their permits in a row under trump and then biden beefs up the EPA and shuts them down. Perfectly legal, happens all the fucking time.

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>> No.23635520

Correct me if I'm wrong but, aren't the rounds heavier than the declared weight because they're not perfectly 100% silver? So the extra weight comes from the tiny amount of accounted impurities, meaning that a round that weighs more than 1oz still has 1oz of pure silver and no less?

>> No.23635689

thanks for the replies about the rock gents.
work has been a pain...

>> No.23635797

I'm sure Pan Man has something to say about it once he wakes up (or gets his dysfunctional comms working again). Just post it the next time he's on.
Where did you find a rock like that btw? I'm no expert but could those bubble-like formations mean the rock was formed in extremely high temperatures? Perhaps it's a volcanic rock?

>> No.23635832

my dead brother who owned a rock shop found it
to my knowledge the fiber like white stuff hasn't grown any its only been damaged but handling. and if your unlucky to touch it, its like handling fiberglass....

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this used to be all sticking up and prickly, but over time and poor handling its gotten completely smashed...

>> No.23635884

its iron oxide coatings on the rocks from minerals leaching out.

>> No.23635903

vesicular basalt with epidote or calcite infill. very nice looking material

>> No.23635932

yes thats true but they need a reason to do it or a law suit starts. At least thats how it goes here in BC. I need to reread the american regs though because the gov needs a good reason here to undo a permit.

>> No.23635948

hey Pan Man,
thanks for the info, i need to find a container to put that rock in to protect it so i'll add your note to it.
thank you sir

>> No.23636000

New Bread: >>23635986

>> No.23636043

the white fuzzy stuff is miarolitic zeolites, probably okenite or mesolite.

the matrix looks like basalt, making the green stuff peridot most likely.

there's be a law suit either way, but all the reason they need is already available. They usually just tighten soil and water thresholds to match existing science. They'll argue that trump's deregulation was illegal or misguided.

>> No.23636082

I know that the EPA likes to go with water contamination too, I guess we will have to see though if there would be many changes under Biden because hes told the corporate world not much will change under him.

>> No.23636105

There was revolutionary change from the Obama admin to Trump. I expect Biden to go back to Obama standards at the very least.

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