Discussion in 'Silver' started by bordsilver, Jan 10, 2013.
Large premiums over spot on larger bars are rare no matter the brand.
Is anyone here interested in buying the silver bar I mentioned above?
It is a 96.80 oz Geomin stamped silver bar, number B305, Silver 999.9F.
I was offered $20.60 from an online inquiry from a Sydney silver trading company, when the spot price was $22.22.
Looking to sell in the next week or two. Thanks.
Don't sell it to them for under spot. Sell it to Goldstackers Melbourne coz they will pay spot. Contact them and organize postage.
Or offer it for sale in the right forum: http://forums.silverstackers.com/forum-33-australia-new-zealand-public.html
Thank you for the advice, I am contacting Goldstackers Melbourne.
I contacted Goldstackers in Melbourne, but they say I need to physically bring the bar into the store with my id. Who would have thought trying to get the spot price for silver in Sydney would have been so difficult?
You can offer it for sale here on the forum as Whinfell suggested - http://forums.silverstackers.com/forum-33-australia-new-zealand-public.html
If you do you should get spot or possibly a bit over it. But having no trades you will likely have to send it first and get paid once they receive it. Only sell it to trusted members with lots of positive trades.
My pair. I was going to throw them up as a big Brother little brother set sort of thing down the line.
Only just noticed that the Geomin stamps in all of the 250g Gxxx series seem to be different to the stamps on the other bars (words are at an angle in the map of Australia). Looking through the photos on this thread, it seems to be fairly consistent.
The older ones all seem a bit askew, maybe a hand pressed stamp and someone with an aesthetic bent did them at an angle. Is Geomin defunct?
just wondering how rare and collectable an exactly 10oz Geomin silver bar
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