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kurama

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    Norwich, UK
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    Silver
    Gold
  • I am interested in
    Bullion
    Collectible bullion & Semi Numismatics

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  1. I'd like to say yes, although I've only tried on small spots. When I get hold of something old and milky I'll take some before and afters 😎
  2. I agree. I use the TownTalk silver polishing cloth and does a great job. I think I'll try out some of that Silver dip by Goddards if you are recommending
  3. When it's too good to be true...it generally is! 🙃 I picked this up for £30 inc postage on eBay thinking I got a bargain. It was identical to the coin listed here and liked the mintage was as low as 3000 - https://www.jmbullion.com/2016-somalian-elephant-silver-coin-gilded/ Magnet test stuck to the coin with all its might!! I've started a refund request which has been accepted by the seller. Maybe the next find will be real bullion 😅
  4. I would love to know if that worked!?
  5. I'll keep an eye on this next polish and let you know how I get on
  6. Cheers. No not silly money, £31 - so no extra hair lost there! I think I've figured out what it is...the symbol at the bottom of the certificate is taken from the logo from these guys - https://www.westminstercollection.com/ So it's simply a certificate from a 3rd party - as you say 🙂
  7. Is there any way of removing the milk spots? I've given mine a good scrub with the TownTalk Silver cloth and does a pretty good job
  8. Hi all, I'm pretty new to silver but enjoying the hobby. I picked this up the other day (1998 Britannia) and was drawn to the fact it had a COA, but wondered about it's true authenticity as there is no number present. Does the certificate and indeed the Westminster pouch carry any value at all? What do you look out for with a COA and presentation boxes/pouches etc? Or is it all about the Silver itself? 😁 Cheers
  9. +1 - I agree, holding in hand is better than any contracts. I mean contracts are broken every day...
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