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21 minutes ago, EdwardTeach said:

Wallstreet Silver and the Economic Ninja are starting a new movement to spread the word about silver to younger generations. Information in the video below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psOyntxCJ9M&t=746s

Give my regards to Wall Street!

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19 hours ago, EdwardTeach said:

Silver for Christmas

Wallstreet Silver and the Economic Ninja are starting a new movement to spread the word about silver to younger generations. Information in the video below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psOyntxCJ9M&t=746s

How about this:

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Only from @ChardsCoinandBullionDealer!

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My kids have had a 1oz silver coin at the end of a treasure hunt every Christmas for years (mainly to keep them out of the way while dinner is being prepared).

I usually get them (what I consider to be) a novelty coin - marvel/disney etc. They love it - and I'm safe in the knowledge it'll add to my stack at some point when the "sell" it back to me (for not much more than spot - They've not learnt about premiums yet! 🤣

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24 minutes ago, Sanctuary79 said:

My kids have had a 1oz silver coin at the end of a treasure hunt every Christmas for years (mainly to keep them out of the way while dinner is being prepared).

I usually get them (what I consider to be) a novelty coin - marvel/disney etc. They love it - and I'm safe in the knowledge it'll add to my stack at some point when the "sell" it back to me (for not much more than spot - They've not learnt about premiums yet! 🤣

Do you want a job?

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I did briefly consider giving a silver coin to our #2 (#1 is autistic) but he's only 4 or so.  Maybe in another couple of years.

The Cynics, the Stoics and the Epicureans: 'You can't trust any bugger further than you can throw him, and there's nothing you can do about it, so let's have a drink.'

 

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42 minutes ago, Silverlocks said:

I did briefly consider giving a silver coin to our #2 (#1 is autistic) but he's only 4 or so.  Maybe in another couple of years.

I thought a trait of autism is that they love to stack things, he may fit in to the community nicely. 

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He's language impaired and fairly boisterous.  Not sure he's ready to be let loose on £1,000 worth of silver.

The Cynics, the Stoics and the Epicureans: 'You can't trust any bugger further than you can throw him, and there's nothing you can do about it, so let's have a drink.'

 

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16 minutes ago, Silverlocks said:

He's language impaired and fairly boisterous.  Not sure he's ready to be let loose on £1,000 worth of silver.

Have a look at the pocket piece thread (dunno how to send link). My #1 has a pre 1920s half crown, I always find it lying around but just pop it back in the same place in his bedroom. He is 5, doesn't speak either, very boisterous. He has had quite a few visits to Great Ormond Street and every time he comes out I get a Peter rabbit proof (only time I spend over the odds for silver). I am looking forward to the Harry potter one's coming out to keep the tradition going. Problem I have I'd my #2 never gets ill or goes to hospital so has nothing, need to think of a way to even things out a little.

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