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Below spot price scrap Iv spotted


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I watched a youtube video once, they make a sort of silver powder is that correct? I would do that but I think i am going to hoard it all up until I can afford to refine it. Iv checked out some of your bars they are some very nice work indeed :)

thanks :) need to stop buying though as I have gone a bit crazy recently haha !

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Hey thanks for your kind words.

The silver does go to fine almost crystallised.

But need a lot of filtering otherwise your pour isnt true i know from bad experiences.

If you need acid when your ready let me know.

 

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38p a gram times approx 500 since those scales aren't going to be that accurate gives £190, maybe as much as £201 if you're lucky and his weighing is correct .  For £195.50.  If you're refining it at home you have to pay for acid/chemicals and fuel as well.

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Good point bout the scales. I will be only refining when I have the capital and price of silver is way up at the time. It's all cost to risk ratio. Silver is silver even not pure. Thanks Stan i'll hit you up in the future breaking bad style xD 

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