Discussion in 'Silver' started by Jonesy67, Mar 17, 2021.
Nothing more to be said really. 3oz Pagnani. At least Antonio got the weigh correct.
Counterfeit or dodgy manufacturing?
Dodgy manufacturing 100%
No not counterfeit it's just Antonio from Pagnani made these and im not supprised at all and now he's dropped off the face of the planet.
At one stage he was buying up all ebay scrap silver to make these.
You clown...you misunderstood, turn the coin around...it's 666 or 66.6% silver.....you actually got an extra 22%...lucky you.
So all along Pagani silver has been dodgy? Or just a particular run
With some/most of his bullion you will find they are 28.35 odd grams not 31.100.
I always like the look, glad I never bought in.
Unfortunately i did when he first came on the scene and bought in when silver was $40+
There was membership thingy that you joined upto for a certain amount of $$ and you got some rounds or bars every month or so but turned out to be scam realy.
Lucky I didn't sign up for that lol
When you get a chance can you weigh them, would be good to see.
Well he hasn't gone too far. A little research. New website same story [but different] if you know what I mean.
Oh so that's where he's at, yes same story but a bit refined and same looking product.
He certainly makes nice looking bullion!
I have purchased some and it is expensive but looks very nice in hand. Its a bit of a shit show but delivery was 3 days to Brisbane. Oh i have just xrf one of the Fortuni coins and yes its 999.
They do look very nice and good to see he's got it right now lol
its without my budget
Wow! Was it a batch thing? An honest mistake! Thinking that all silver bought for the smelting pot was .999 silver. But was not.?
Whatever it was, there's no excuse for not have QA/QC measures to prevent this if you're establishing a name for yourself.
Agree. But even the finest mints have made their own mistakes.
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