Discussion in 'USA & Canada (Public)' started by delbonitasilver, Aug 23, 2019.
looking for 100g bars to add to the collection and begin a museum. Shoe me what’s available please!
Hi delbonitasilver are you interested in PAMP 100 g bars? I have two pamp 2014 horse bars with serial numbers 187 and 188 and a 2012 dragon with the not quite so low serial number of 4453 all sealed in original packs. Also a pamp 100 g "lady" bar with serial 2644 sealed in the not current plastic case.
Have a chat with alor he has a great collection of 100g bars from all around the world
A photo of them was posted a whole back but unfortunately I can’t locate it
These are from Waihi in NZ
Who pours them, do you have more info or a link or whatnot? (I can't read the stamp details in the pic) I'm interested in checking out out their work a little more, see what else they pour. Nice looking 100s, that font reminds me of the one PolarBearPours (USA) uses on his bars.
Hi @oddpour here is the link
Check it out as these are made for the tourist market visting the site and rather pricey
Check these out
oof, no kidding - that's about $98 USD today. Just for fun, I watch the price of a Metalor 100g bar on a particular website as an "expensive 100g high-water mark", today it's at... $86 USD (CC price, cash about $83-$84). $98 is a hefty premium for sure. :-/
Totally agree with you way overpriced but the bus full of tourists that pass through there buy them as a momento for the visit
I can't argue, there's a lot to sentimental value - I'd probably think about it too, at least if you're spending money on a momento you're making a good investment instead of some plastic tchotchke that will just get thrown away. It would cost $15 USD just to ship it to the US.
its for collection, not stacking
we never say modern numismatic coins to be overpriced
we can try to find similar items such as Scottsdale 100g bar, but they are not the same
100G AINSLIE SILVER BIT https://www.ainsliebullion.com.au/p...648d-65d3-4076-bbc7-65dae61b74bf/default.aspx
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