To make a long story short, it’s worth spot plus whatever premium a buyer is prepared to pay.
It’s not in any way a rare find etc.
Silver will always sell if the buyer thinks the price is fair.
The above member is highly trustworthy in my experience of several trades with him.
All I’ll say is I wish I was never conned into silver.
And gold is God, as long as you buy as close to spot as possible,
I will now take my...
Man didn’t go to the moon.
Neither will silver.
Silver is a great way of forced saving.
A great store of wealth.
Excellent tax status.
Swirlies. I still luvem.
What was the remainder of the assay.
Looks like some iron, maybe.
Or coins. Or cutlery etc. Or a combo of the lot.
Postage and handling might be taken into account.
Or whatever was left.
Maybe silver is up because of buying pressure.
Bank investment rates are very low.
Who can afford to buy real estate?
So why not pump cash into...
Post 1946 Australian shillings and florins.
1966 Australian 50 cent coins.
Low forgery rate I would say.
Easy to identify.
Easy to determine...
Valid, and perhaps timely question.
But happy to move to another section if admin needs to ☮️
You have $x invested...
There’s enough silver left to produce non essential fancy coins and jewellery etc.
I wouldn’t panic just yet.
Silver is a nifty way of saving money over time.
It has tax advantages and can be saved discretely.
A store of wealth.
May have been an employee award or similar.
Maybe get xrf if you can.
I have have:
1 x 2008 and 1 x 2011
Both in Acrylic caps.
Both coins and caps in better than very good shape. Close enough to perfect to...
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