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Lr103

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  1. I received my silver chess set from @BackyardBullion and a handmade board from BYB senior. It’s incredible, and they truly did an amazing job. The pictures look great, but they don’t do it justice. Right down to the weights and hallmarks on every piece, the craftsmanship is awesome. This is the nicest thing made of silver that I own. Thank you!! 😊
  2. As you said, USPS does not prohibit precious metals in its network. However, it does look like USPS technically prohibits precious metals to the UK, based on this listing of import restrictions imposed by destination countries: https://pe.usps.com/text/imm/tz_018.htm That said, I’ve never heard of any issues posting to the UK, other than it’s much slower than UPS, FedEx, or DHL. Edit: It looks like the main risk is seizure of restricted items in the destination country, but again I’ve never heard of this happening with precious metals posted to the UK: 131.32 Prohibi
  3. I get those as well, and it looks to come from the same place based on the label (BOLD precious metals). The tubes in the monster box do not come taped, but some dealers apply tape when full tubes are purchased individually to prevent the coins from popping the cap off in transit. There’s no way to ensure they weren’t touched, however since yours were likely purchased during presale because you’ve got them already, they’re almost certainly untouched. BOLD does not send coins for grading, so there would be no reason to empty the tubes prior to shipping to a customer. In my opinion, buyi
  4. Thanks to @TheCoinConnection for providing top quality coins! 100% PF70 on the 4 gold Beasts I sent in to NGC 🙂
  5. I noticed @BullionExchanges now has these for sale (along with the platinum version). This is the first I've seen these 🙂 https://bullionexchanges.com/catalogsearch/result?cat=0&q=2021+Queen's+Beasts+White+Lion+of+Mortimer+Coin
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    Glove question

    It does not matter in my opinion for circulating coins. However if you are selling to a dealer they certainly do care when you are talking about modern bullion such as 5oz American the beautiful silver bullion or Queen’s Beasts. They will pay well above spot for these coins if they are in good condition, and around spot otherwise. They are examples of unlimited mintage (in the year of issue) bullion that could be bought at bullion prices when issued, and develop a premium over time. Some bullion does hold numismatic value, but only if cared for properly. I still have a few I
  7. Thanks! Yes, the forum is a great place to sell 🙂
  8. I have 8 of each 2oz silver beast for sale from the Lion to the Yale for sale. Please treat these as stacking-for-weight bullion! They have awesome designs, but they are culls. Scratched, scuffed, milk spotted...or in some cases all of the above. $54 each ($27/oz) and you pay for whatever shipping method you'd like. Payment by PayPal F&F or Zelle. Free shipping within the United States if you buy 25 or more! 8 Lions of England 8 Griffins 8 Dragons 8 Unicorns 8 Bulls 8 Falcons 8 Yales
  9. The tail as well certainly adds to this comparison. In fact the entire lower half of the design does look very rodent-like. But I do like this design overall. All of them have long tails🙂
  10. That is all certainly true, but in my opinion the reconciliation of votes will not be as easy as it seems. The major drawback with universal mail-in vs. absentee, is that a huge amount of people don’t vote. Whoever loses can claim voter fraud, and say that the opposing party gathered ballots from mailboxes, or canvassed a neighborhood “helping” otherwise apathetic voters complete their ballots. All it will take is media attention on a handful of citizens accused of voting twice claiming that they never mailed in a ballot to cause vote tallying chaos. Hopefully though it turns out OK...
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