Discussion in 'Silver' started by bordsilver, Jan 10, 2013.
Interestingly that is the first silver bar example that has used 99.98 rather than a 999.x.
Favourite thread of mine, thank you bordsilver! This is the quintessential Australian silver
^ At some stage I'll reupload all of the pics (they seem to have all gotten lost in the forum change a couple of years ago).
Id like that
That would be good.
I'll upload the pics of my Geomin bars again when/if I remember to take a photo of them next time I go to Guardin Vaults.
Would be nice if anyone could post a picture of a 250g
Have started reposting a bunch on the first page including a few 250g bars
Thanks mate, fabulous stuff.
Can’t help but notice that some members who posted in 2013 are no longer active.
Bordsilver, appreciate the pics you uploaded. Such a nice quirkiness ... about the 250g, with last known serial 1244...does that mean about 1244 of this weight was produced at current knowledge?
Only 99.98 I've seen
Yes. I'm keen to find out the highest serial numbers of each bar type.
Got this B serial 50oz a while back.. Just sharing it to you peeps
can't...it's in SDB
Great reference, Is there any premium on the 250 g Silver bars ?
should be as it is not the usual size bar
for some reason Geomin bars are really underrated in my opinion,especially compare to PM bars.everyone jumps on Pm bars and kind of ignore Geomin bars.
just seen recently a 100oz Geomin with bullion sales international stamp the 1st time. 999 silver with B serial.nice looking bar
Hmmm I may have seen the same bar
100.04oz Geomin with Bullion Sales International stamp Serial B519
She's a beaut, matey!
Got shat on by s bird today! But also picked up these 2 rippers,check that serial,yeww
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