Gold at spot

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  1. Bullion_ron

    Bullion_ron Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    http://www.ceylonexchange.com.au/

    This mob still has physical if anyone is interested. No estore, but call em up. I was in email discussion with Pushpa who stated they have;

    Gold: 1oz ABC cast, 100g Kangaroo
    Silver: 500g ABC bars and 'silver coins'

    This info was from this morning so I am not sure if it's still valid

    Good luck

    EDIT: I'd be interested to know what their prices are/were as they never actually got back to me!
     
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    slavaja Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Sterling currency has 11 $200 gold coins at $825 and 1kg of post 46 pre decimal for $410
     
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    Jaggards also still has sovereigns.

    Or at least did this morning
     
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    Yes. Exactly that.

    I picked up some $200 coins over a month or so which were under spot at the start and stayed that way as spot moved up (memory) around 200/oz. It was 2009 I think but could've been 2010/11. When that last exciting time had the bullion world buzzing.

    I exhausted my liquidity at about the time the shop realised I was perhaps not into numismatics and priced the remainder at spot plus some. I bought 5 sets I think it was and averaged out on actual spot, one set was "free".

    I just checked the shop and they've learned about spot it seems! lol. Still there may be other places where numismatic value vs spot may give the canny buyer an advantage.
     

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