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  1. I think it depends on what happens to short silver positions if people demand physical?
  2. I have 1980's electronic devices. In 1990 I was skint and tried to sell one for way under 'spot'. I could not give it away. Now they are worth ~£2k and sell in seconds. 10 years ago they were a fraction if this price. I think this is why I have the pre-47 buying mindset I have. It is a coin hobby, I like them and they are not that pricy for me even if over the current spot. I know it is a risk but as others have said, but silver may be undervalued and demand is set to increase. If they value is being artificially held low, then there may be a time that the price suppression is breached an
  3. I thought I would mention oxygen-free copper. It is worth more than ordinary copper. Just a useless fact. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxygen-free_copper
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