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    Question cardboard vs. silver

    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.
    Last edited by silverheartbone; 10th November 2018 at 13:02.
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    Post Silver is the Rodney Dangerfield of real precious metals.

    Due to bankster manipulation to make the fiat dollar strong, you can currently buy silver for less than it costs to mine and smelt it. The refining, minting, packaging, and transportation to your house at this point seems to be a complementary service, but the reality is that many mines are taking the loss. This anomaly makes no sense, and it cannot last, this fake "dollar" boost, but there it is. A real US (constitutional) dollar has been defined as a specific weight, 371.25 grains of silver, since the 1792 Coinage Act. Why do the youth buy virtual coins when they can still get real ones? Today one can get ~84 ounces of silver or one ounce of gold, and at this time I recommend getting any amount of silver over gold.

    https://srsroccoreport.com/majority-...-market-price/

    If you are just starting out, get government silver bullion coins or 90%, NOT SILVER ROUNDS or BARS, because coins are much easier to move when the time comes, and people won't think that you are trying to pass fake silver. Anyone can buy legal fake silver rounds and bars all day today on ebay. I wouldn't trust anything that wasn't a real government coin if TSHTF. Good luck.

    I've done business with all four of these online dealers and this is what you should buy to start.
    https://www.jmbullion.com/2018-american-silver-eagle/
    https://sdbullion.com/2018-american-silver-eagle-coin
    https://www.apmex.com/product/152626...rican-eagle-bu
    https://www.bgasc.com/product/2018-a...t-uncirculated
    https://www.bgasc.com/product/90-per...lf-dollars-50c
    https://www.bgasc.com/product/90-per...r-quarters-25c
    https://www.bgasc.com/product/90-per...mes-half-dimes
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    That's happy horse sh!t.

    You can purchase fake American Silver Eagles and fake American 90% coins made in Asia.

    Buying generic Silver rounds and bars is the most safe product you can purchase as long as you are buying it directly from one of the mints such as Golden state mint. There are numerous products produced by many different minting operations or maybe they should be called stamping plants because they are not actual mints producing a product from scratch, but buying blanks from an actual mint and stamping them on with their dies.

    But just because many dealers are selling Golden State mints products does not guarantee it's real or new and not recycled. That's why buying directly from a mint provides the new product with about the best guarantee it will be real just shy of getting it directly from he US Mint.

    Plus I do not agree that 90% coins will have any advantage vesus pure Silver billion rounds or bars as they create their own problem simply by the fact their weight is not accurate and will take a learning curve before many people will be willing to deal with government coins, which could be a nightmare for anone holding 90% only coins and from people accepting them.

    It's one thing to buy some US coins as a means of adding the equivalentcy of fractional Silver to your stack.
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    Exclamation price slash!

    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post
    That's happy horse sh!t.

    You can purchase fake American Silver Eagles and fake American 90% coins made in Asia.
    I'll leave that to you.

    Update on the box price. Now one can get TWO authentic SILVER SHIELD boxes for the price of a troy ounce of generic silver!


    https://www.ebay.com/itm/302975614787
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    Just curious, why would you be interested in purchasing SIVER SHIELD boxes intended to present proof SILVER SHIELD ROUNDS?

    Since they cost half the price of an ounce of Silver for a box that cost next to nothing to manufacture.

    Is this another one of your get rich schemes, shove a BU SILVER SHIELD ROUND on some unsuspecting slob as a proof round to share as another family heirloom?

    You are aware of knock off boxes selling for much less, so why buy an original for sky high prices just to store a BU round?

    PS all my one ounce Silver rounds came from one Mint and the same for all my fractional Silver rounds. The only Silver I have that could be in question are the monster boxes of ASE's bought from APMEX, but since they are one of the trusted dealers and the boxes still came with the band on them from the US Mint, chances are extremely low of any tampering with the product. That still didn't stop me from opening each box and checking the contents, which I had to do anyway to store in safe deposit boxes not large enough to fit an intact monster box.



    Quote Originally Posted by silverheartbone View Post
    I'll leave that to you.

    Update on the box price. Now one can get TWO authentic SILVER SHIELD boxes for the price of a troy ounce of generic silver!


    https://www.ebay.com/itm/302975614787
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    Thumbs up I only buy them full.

    Quote Originally Posted by valerb View Post
    Just curious, why would you be interested in purchasing SIVER SHIELD boxes intended to present proof SILVER SHIELD ROUNDS?

    Since they cost half the price of an ounce of Silver for a box that cost next to nothing to manufacture.

    Is this another one of your get rich schemes, shove a BU SILVER SHIELD ROUND on some unsuspecting slob as a proof round to share as another family heirloom?

    You are aware of knock off boxes selling for much less, so why buy an original for sky high prices just to store a BU round?
    I wonder if you intentionally misconstrue or is it just your nature?

    Anyhow, I have 5 of those valuable boxes, filled with proof silver just waiting to be transported into my secret stash.

    My order from October 29 ($128.34 ships December 5 4 Ag 2 Cu) finally came in yesterday,
    and those two Silver Crypto proofs are some excellent strikes.

    https://www.goldenstatemint.com/1-oz...er-Shield.html x2 $40.01
    https://www.goldenstatemint.com/1-oz...ver-Round.html x2 $18.18
    https://www.goldenstatemint.com/1-oz...ound-.999-Fine x2 $2.28




    Might order some of the Silver Crypto design in BU when they are available.

    The other three boxes are from ebay.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/2018-1oz-LI...T/202515109178
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/2018-1oz-Ye...e/392173799860
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/2017-Silver...A/223111996856


    So all my proofs have boxes, as I make sure that it is part of the ebay item description.
    Therefore I've not been in that particular market.

    However, if you want to buy one or two, then I'll let them go if the offer is good enough.
    But right now you'll do better on ebay, because I think they'll help the resale value when time to sell to another individual.
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