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screamingeagle

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  1. Bump. Also adding 7 x Various Years Engelhard Prospector rounds. Average condition, some tarnished and some not. In capsules. £25 each plus postage or £175 for the lot including SD. SOLD PENDING PAYMENT. If my prices are no good, please let me know and submit an offer.
  2. Lovely coin, excuse my poor photography skills. £400 including postage via SD.
  3. I have the following Perth Mint Gold Bullion Lunars for Sale/Exchange. 1/10 2011 Rabbit - £170 or trade for 2012 Dragon/2017 Rooster 1/20 2011 Rabbit - £100 or trade for 2012 Dragon/2020 Mouse 1/20 2017 Rooster - £100 or trade for 2012 Dragon/2020 Mouse I have an 1890 Morgan Silver Dollar, worn condition No mintmark (Philadelphia). £Sold For trades, each party to pay for SD postage of their items. For sales, all postage is included.
  4. Whilst I agree with you, fake bars in packaging are always off for thickness, width or weight (in the same manner as a fake Sov), so if you're used to them you'll immediately know. Personally I prefer poured bars over packaged ones, but that's just me. The only way to be 100% sure of any PM is with expensive kit, or by buying from reputable sources. It's insurance, but not everybody wants to pay.
  5. I would agree with Sovs or small bars. Fake sovs and coins are everywhere, fakes aren't limited to bars. Make your purchases from reputable dealers/forum members or invest in some testing equipment such as a sovereign balance, PMV and rare earth magnet. With regards to liquidity, in my experience bars don't move any slower than coins and the premium is a lot less. Do you want more ounces or "better" pieces?
  6. You can take physical delivery from COMEX, not sure about Shanghai. Just that most participants don't. How to go about it, if you deal in those contracts and want to take delivery is available to view here. https://www.cmegroup.com/trading/metals/files/precious-metals-delivery-process.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwi9hoyBqajtAhVTXMAKHe80ACMQFjABegQIDxAH&usg=AOvVaw3boOaNfUEjELtd2Hb2rL5b
  7. Shanghai and COMEX are both alternatives to LBMA for trading Gold or derivatives of Gold. Both utilising slightly different systems and conditions of pricing and trade, neither of which has caused any wars-trade or otherwise. This basically confirms what was in the article (without the sensationalist spin), if participants don't like the terms of trade, they can start a new exchange as the UAE and Indian participants are signalling they can do.
  8. You do realise there already is an alternative market to LBMA for Gold? Hasn't started any wars.
  9. Toning shouldn't impact the value of the bar. On vintage pieces it can often have the opposite effect. Silver does tarnish and tone over time.
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