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4 hours ago, MaxeBaumann said:

Just nice to own one of only 250 copies. Greetings from Maxe and have a nice weekend.

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I've got libertad envy 😍. Such a beautiful coin. Proof and super dooper low mintage!

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On 22/07/2022 at 03:43, ak74 said:

Have you seen any (better official) confirmation for such approach? Because all I can find anywhere is rather "If you are travelling to a country with restrictions in place, bear in mind that the value of the coin is in its metal, and not the face value that may have been attributed to it. These coins are bullion, and will be considered as such by customs agents."

My lcs has checked into it and uses that info when selling gold, I'd think he gas his ear to the ground better and people buying eagles that can cross $10,000 in face, I don't think silver junk works the same since it's no longer produced...but I don't doubt his knowledge.

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On 22/07/2022 at 05:06, LawrenceChard said:

Yes, 

From

https://www.chards.co.uk/blog/advice-guide-for-uk-bullion-investors/1041

Money Laundering, ID, and HMRC Compliance
Because we are major UK dealers, including high value cash transactions, we are required to enforce anti-money laundering, anti-fraud, and other security measures. For most customers, this includes us taking full ID. Please understand this is not extra work we want to do, but we will try to help you through the process; please try to help us. We do not share your data with anybody unless we are required to do so. This would include suspicious behaviour, such as customers trying to evade tax or trying to provide false ID or other information. 

Also:

https://www.chards.co.uk/blog/acceptable-forms-of-id/413

That's interesting about the face value being used by the US. do you have an official government source we can check?

 

I just sit there and listen to customers and my lcs owner who sells the gold eagles, stating the fact, I know the 10k limit on cash and the new metal straps in $100 bills setting off metal detectors at the airport if a 10k bundle goes through..I don't believe the smaller strips do that...I know my lcs has a rep that large purchasers rely on.

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1 minute ago, DarkChameleon said:

I just sit there and listen to customers and my lcs owner who sells the gold eagles, stating the fact, I know the 10k limit on cash and the new metal straps in $100 bills setting off metal detectors at the airport if a 10k bundle goes through..I don't believe the smaller strips do that...I know my lcs has a rep that large purchasers rely on.

Who's your local L.C.S.?

🙂

Chards

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11 minutes ago, LawrenceChard said:A mystery package:

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From the Royal Mint

Anyone want to guess what's in it?

😎

Apart from a load of leaflets trying to flog you their over priced Tat? 🤭

Hmmm, I’ll go with…

 

… a small gold bar? 🤔

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Just now, DarkChameleon said:

As I'm in there 3 days a week

I do know you can transport upto $1m in gold to different states but declare them, that doesn't like not telling them..and the $10k limit means leaving tye US, not arriving in another country, like India charges I think 24% on gold coming in over $650 i believe.

Just now, Scootermuppet said:

So you’d be North West Coast of Somehwere then…
 

You must be close to @James32 😅

Close...just a continent off...lol.

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20 minutes ago, LawrenceChard said:

A mystery package:

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From the Royal Mint

Anyone want to guess what's in it?

😎

Either a little gold bar ( going by the best wishes sleeve) or a 25 piece jigsaw?

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