Perth Mint silver bar styles

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  1. Bigfella

    Bigfella Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Stay with the 5ozs bars ....Very Rare one last of 5oz production.

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    Well done bigfella you just made the first post to the silver section in 3 DAYS
     
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    Bigfella Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Try these then.

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    I bought one of them from GS the other month. When I was handed it with the other coins it looked like half an ounce. I don't like the dimensions or style.
     
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    They are chunky, the main reason I like them is the cost. :)
     
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    so which type is the most sought after?
     
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    Hey People, i Need some information about this silver bars right Here. I have them for many years now without knowing anything about them.

    Im from Germany so sorry for my bad english guys:)

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    For sale if anyone wants it
     
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    Has anybody seen this sort of mark on a 10oz PM bar there are 2 raised X's on the bar in the middle of what looks like a slightly raised blob. DSCN0070 2.jpg DSCN0070.JPG
     
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    Most bars have divets, up bits, down bits, doesn't affect the value. Look at it as 'unique' lol - when you sell it, mention that it has a birthmark.
     
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    Guten Tag Fishermans friend, those are very nice Perth mint bars, the 10oz are C type very collectable it's important to also look on the back for serial numbers as for the 20oz Perth it's not often seen and should have a serial number in the back between 000-1000 that is the known range.
    ich spreche Deutsch but nicht gut...
    Your English is just fine.. Lol
     
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    are you serious
     
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    Super Rare Type B with A prefix on Serial...Plus all known (that is 4) are 10.00ozs so I feel that all this style, until proven differently are 10ozs Type B with A prefix serail A1086    3.jpg 10.00ozs.
    10ozs Type B with A prefix serail A1086     1.jpg
     
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    Now that's a fine 5oz and 10oz Perth pictorial...
    U Always find the cool stuff...
    I always like to add the cool stuff
     
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    Hi Bigfella, are you suggesting another Type D1 or 2 variety or different/error in stamping at time of manufacture, would be interesting to compare further specimens and see if you have identified another species.
     
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    I do believe it may be a New variety of Type D check out AE site as the 2 examples on there have the same front stamping.

    Have sent images to AE and will see what they come back with once he is back from Holidays.

    http://allengelhard.com/the-collections/lesser-refiners/perth-mint/
     
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