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  1. Thank you, Lr103! Yes, we are pre-selling 10 oz Silver Queen's Beats White Lion coins (and a 1 oz platinum as well), will have them in store in about a week. Also, Greyhound Queen's Beasts design is gorgeous! We will post unboxing video of them a soon as they arrive. We are trying to add videos here as well, but majority of them are on our youtube, check it out https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZkd8vN9T4bhI7L5UhLOacg/!
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    for sale off of TSF (link to external website) Peace and Morgan Silver Dollars

    Morgan Silver Dollars and Peace Silver Dollars. With over 40 years of production, the Silver Morgan Dollar enjoyed a circulation longer than most coins. First minted in 1878, this standard silver dollar lasted through 1904 before being minted once again in 1921. Its name comes from the designer, George T. Morgan, who worked as an Assistant Engraver for the United States Mint at the time. The Morgan Dollar stands out as one of the oldest official currencies of the United States, with each coin being comprised of 90% silver and a face value of $1 USD. For these reasons, the Silv
  3. 24 Hour SALE: 100 oz Engelhard Silver Vintage Bars for only $2 over spot until 8/28 at 5pm ET. https://bullionexchanges.com/100-oz-engelhard-silver-vintage-bar-999-fine
  4. 24 HOUR SALE: 100 oz Engelhard Silver Vintage Bar .999 Fine 100 oz Engelhard Silver Vintage Bars only $2 OVER SPOT. Offer valid until 8/28 5pm ET. Engelhard silver bars are one of the most popular ingots on the secondary market, due to their beauty, purity, quality. Engelhard is a highly trusted brand among silver bullion investors. Each bar is made from 100 troy ounces of .999 fine silver. The bar is stamped with its details: purity and weight along with the "Engelhard" logo. It also includes a serial number printed on the lower half of the bar. Bar Features:
  5. Absolutely lovely collection of the Silver Pandas 😍 You put this together in 10 days? That's dedication. Do you plan on finding all the gold coins too?
  6. Product Features: Lot of 20 coins - Each made from 90% fine silver with a total weight of 7.15 troy ounces Impaired Proof Condition Dates will be chosen randomly based on availability Come in special Bullion Exchanges coin tube containing 20 Kennedy Half Dollars Total face value of $10 USD backed by the US government Obverse: Features a left-facing bust of John F. Kennedy. Inscriptions: "LIBERTY," "IN GOD WE TRUST," and the year of mintage. Reverse: Features an adapted version of the US Presidential Seal. Inscriptions: "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," "HALF
  7. Happy to help! If you would like more information, please feel free to message us.
  8. Hello! So, NORFED, Engelhard, and Johnson Matthey all have high premiums. These probably wouldn't have a very high resale value because of these high premiums since most dealers will want to buy back close to spot. But! It also depends on the rarity of the item. Generic silver rounds are probably a better way to go if you are only looking for resale value. Because you like government silver, you might want to consider random silver coin listings. Retailers will usually have government-backed silver under generic listings, so you can always look for those. The titles might say something like
  9. https://bullionexchanges.com/500-oz-bag-metalor-casting-silver-grain-silver-shot Product Highlights: Bag containing 500 oz. of .999 pure silver shot. BB Gun pellet-sized granules Produced by Metalor Comes in a durable canvas bag Great material for jewelry makers and artisans
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    for sale off of TSF (link to external website) 1 Kilo Metalor Silver Bar .9999 Fine

    https://bullionexchanges.com/1-kilo-metalor-silver-bar Bar Features: Made from .9999 fine silver Weight of 1 kilo (32.15 troy oz) Manufactured by the Metalor Group Obverse: Metalor logo, along with the weight, purity, and a serial number of the bar. Reverse: Blank.
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    for sale off of TSF (link to external website) Utah Goldbacks, NEW Currency Made with Real Gold!

    The beautiful, voluntary Utah Goldbacks are the first in the world to be made of spendable, small denominations of physical gold. The advantage this complementary currency offers is they could potentially be used in a scenario where typical fiat currency becomes meaningless. While owning other forms of physical gold, like coins, is helpful, the Utah Goldbacks are smaller denominations that can be more flexibly suited for the task of day-to-day commerce. And, about 25-50% of small businesses in Utah currently accept the Goldbacks as a form of payment! What do you think? Let us know!
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    for sale off of TSF (link to external website) Valcambi Gold and Platinum Bars Available...

    See what we have in stock! https://bullionexchanges.com/private-mints/valcambi Which bars do you like to (or want to) collect?
  13. https://bullionexchanges.com/2020-1-oz-colorized-silver-giant-seahorse-solomon-islands-2-coin Product Features: Limited Mintage of 2,500 Struck from .9999 fine silver with a weight of 1 troy oz First-ever legal tender Seahorse shaped coin Colorized design $2 Face Value Individually Serialized Produced by PAMP Suisse Comes in a custom capsule inside a CD style booklet Obverse: Displays bust of Queen Elizabeth II wearing her crown and jewels. Inscriptions: “ELIZABETH II”, “SOLOMON ISLANDS”, “2020”, “2 DOLLARS”, and a unique serial number
  14. Well said! To back this up, premiums always factor into the bullion you purchase. Bars tend to carry the lowest premiums, then rounds, and then coins have the highest. Premiums account for manufacturing costs among other things, hence why you will almost never see bullion sold at spot (or "melt value"). But there are other factors to consider. For example, if a Gold American Eagle coin has a high premium, it also tends to be easy to resell because it's so well recognized. So, buying something with a low premium does not always necessarily mean it will be the better investment. No on
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