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Silver Investor Community Discussion Forums - SilverSeek.com - Silver Market http://forums.silverseek.com/ Discussing the silver bull market. en Sun, 18 Nov 2018 08:25:55 GMT vBulletin 60 http://forums.silverseek.com/images/misc/rss.png Silver Investor Community Discussion Forums - SilverSeek.com - Silver Market http://forums.silverseek.com/ cardboard vs. silver http://forums.silverseek.com/showthread.php?69169-cardboard-vs-silver&goto=newpost Sat, 10 Nov 2018 18:58:19 GMT Silver Shield Display Box ONLY - Collector's of 1oz Proof or BU Rounds SSG Group $9.99


Approximate weight 10 grams Cardboard ~ $1 per gram


1 oz SilverTowne Buffalo Rounds (New) $15.12


Approximate weight 31 grams Silver < 50 per gram

Considering all the infrastructure and energy needed by diverse companies to mine, refine, and mint silver,
compared to the resources needed to fabricate a paper box, before I make any commentary on this,
does anyone else have any on topic pertinent information?

BTW, I ignored shipping.
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Random news from the physical market http://forums.silverseek.com/showthread.php?69140-Random-news-from-the-physical-market&goto=newpost Tue, 30 Oct 2018 14:16:53 GMT Let's see if I manage to make myself halfway useful in this forum

E. von Greyerz, the central banks are leasing or selling their bullion

Again last month we saw imports of gold into Switzerland and then exports to Asia and India. Last month, over 70% of the gold import figures (into Switzerland) came from London and the United States.
We again see that Switzerland is buying the 400 ounce bars from the UK and US bullion banks and converting them into 1 kilo bars and then shipping them on to Asia. Last month there was hardly any buying from the mines. It all came out of London and New York.
And that proves again, Eric, that central banks are either leasing their physical gold into the market or selling it covertly.

https://kingworldnews.com/greyerz-ch...ndon-new-york/ ]]>
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haggage http://forums.silverseek.com/showthread.php?69134-haggage&goto=newpost Mon, 29 Oct 2018 20:35:30 GMT It seems that the majority of government coins designs minted on this planet are haggage. I admit to doing the unthinkable last summer, succumbing... It seems that the majority of government coins designs minted on this planet are haggage.
I admit to doing the unthinkable last summer, succumbing to the beast by purchasing two coins of the Empire.
I hope that it isn't a major sin.


https://www.jmbullion.com/2018-saint...d-silver-coin/ $18.46 x2

I liked the way the reverse looks, they did not cost too much, and Liz isn't as hideous as the other current releases.
I'd seen it on a YouTube "cartoon", and what looks to be laser etching fascinated me, so I pulled the trigger.



2018 Saint Helena 1 oz Silver 1 Spade Guinea Shield BU

About to make an order, I wanted to include a third Spade Guinea as recently I've been acquiring coins in threes, and I was surprised to see them all gone.
I checked APMEX and the same story.
https://www.silver.com/2018-saint-he...d-silver-coin/

Oh well, I see them on Ebay, and I'm sure they will be authentic.
It will be a long time before anyone can accurately counterfeit this coin,
but I'm not going to pay that much for common haggage.

Being a commoner, I went for the appropriate issue, but some of you will likely aspire to and deserve better haggage.

As a service to the * I present the
Extremely Rare Saint(St.) Helena - "Rose Crown" Guinea, 2018,1.25 oz SILVER Coin




My favorite haggage of all is the currently available Royal Highness silver round,
a clever spoof of the Canadian Maple Leaf.
I hope holding these will cancel any bad mojo from those Spade Guineas.

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