Discussion in 'Gold' started by willrocks, Feb 11, 2019.
Cody does an interesting series on recovering precious metals using different chemical approaches. I have learned a lot from the videos, mostly that it is not worth the effort or expense to bother.
Obviously very few, far less than 1 oz, even in a watch as large as the one there. And that's not pure gold either.
Think of jewelry. Plus, there would be a lot of effort in removing the small components and trying to determine whether how much of what has a yellowish shine is really gold.
It can be a terrible investment to buy these items. Unless you have hundreds of thousands of dollars to burn.
Rolex are for the boys.
Be a man and wear tourbillon watches
Hint buy Chinese made tourbillon watches today and see it appreciate 50x in 20 years, 500 x in 50 years
Wow... sooo much gold left on it... so, buying $7000 gold watch is mostly spent on EGO..... I'd better start buying gold watches now.....no more bullion!
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