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Hi, I bought a 20g perth mint gold bar through the Ebay but it looks pretty strange for me. Can you please check the attached scans and dimensions and let me know is look genuine or counterfeit. Thank you Jakub Card and bar weight: 26.22 g Card width:54.08 mm Card Length: 85.14 Card Thickness:1.23 mn Thickness including bar: 5.20 mm Photo and scans: https://ibb.co/L0v1msC https://ibb.co/x70GzMb https://ibb.co/FKc1t2k
Hello people, I am new to the Silver Forum so I hope this is the correct place to be posting this. I came across some coins that I'm looking to purchase, however, I am questioning whether they are real or not. This is one of the coins in question (https://www.powercoin.it/en/europe/3353-black-bull-queen-beasts-gilded-2-oz-silver-coin-5-united-kingdom-2018.html?search_query=gilded&results=99). The 2oz Silver Gilded Queen's Beasts. There are a few things that make me question the validity of these coins; 1.) I have contacted the Royal Mint themselves to ask if they produce this variant of the 2oz Silver Queen's Beast & they informed me that they do not. 2.) I have contacted Powercoin.it directly, via email, Instagram, & Facebook. But I haven't had a reply yet but, the Facebook messenger shows that the message has been seen. It has been less than 24hrs though. I do remember Backyard Bullion doing a video reviewing some of their products a while back, so I do think that they're a legitimate company, but this product is raising some red flags for me! 3.) All the 2oz Silver Gilded Queen's Beast that they offer are the same price £87.27 (at the time of writing this), which seems odd to me, as a coin like, The Griffin for example shouldn't be the same price as the most recent release, The Falcon. To my understanding a Gilded coin means that a thin layer of gold is applied to a section(s) of the coin & so this would make the value of the coin increase, however, I have found The Griffin online for between £60 - £90, & The Falcon between £40 - £45. So the increase in price for the gilded coins doesn't seem to be enough for The Griffin & too much for The Falcon in my opinion, am I wrong in thinking this? *Prices taken from EBay. 4.) Within the 'specifications' section it states that the only metal used is Silver, no Gold is mentioned. 5.) I can't find these coins on any other website, not even on a site that mentions that they're 'out of stock'. Any help would be greatly appreciated, I look forward to discussing this with you all!