ISO: 100g bars. Pressed or poured.

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  1. delbonitasilver

    delbonitasilver New Member

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    looking for 100g bars to add to the collection and begin a museum. Shoe me what’s available please!
     
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    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.

    Cheers.

    Danny
     
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    Silverman99 Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    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
     
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    Silverman99 Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    These are from Waihi in NZ

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    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.
     
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    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. :-/
     
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    Totally agree with you way overpriced but the bus full of tourists that pass through there buy them as a momento for the visit
     
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    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.
     
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