Discussion in 'Silver' started by goldpelican, Nov 1, 2012.
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Not quite sure which type of 10oz is this one.
And it seems not many of this 5oz floating around[/ATTACH]
Looks like 10oz Type A
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Confirmed that it was a new Type D style.
Another new Style uncovered. 50ozs Look at the OZS stamp.
I guess we would need to call it the NEW 4th Series
I am about to list these for sale but thought I would put the pictures up here for people to reference and to see who can id the types for me
so I think I have them figured out, I have 3x type A and a Type C
feel free to correct me if I am wrong
sorry for the face graffiti
LOL I shall name him Scarface
depend on how you see it, looks a bit like ET too
hello everybody! I recently purchased a 10oz Perth bar that I am having a hard time finding any info on. after asking around a little bit on Instagram, I was eventually directed to this thread. After seeing the first page, I see now that it's either a type "E" or "F" but I would still love to get a rough estimate of date of production and an appraisal of value if at all possible.
I am looking to sell it if anyone is interested in it. I just need to know what it's worth first. The only listing I found on worthpoint was from 2011 and it sold for just over $400
Anyone know anything about these?
sbc, it's a generic Perth Mint logo which was an option for their custom minting service.
Company logo on the reverse.. for promotional /corporate gifts or commemorative medals.
Similar to the Perth Mint 90th Anniversary and “Fine Silver Piece” medallions made in the 1980's and 1990's.
http://wanumismatica.org.au might like to have a photo of it for their website.
Picked up this little ripper,It has a serial on back,I gather it's a type A. It's also under 10oz is this normal??
Awesome hotchef! no such thing as normal - and that is one reason they are attractive. Most odd weight 10oz fluctuate a little over rather than under.
In my opinion "under" 10oz is rarer than "over" 10oz but I only base that on what I have seen available for sale.
Used to be quite few reference photo's on the old Silverstackers site but a lot of the pics were purged...
Thanks for that trident,enjoyed the read too
hi newbie here. i just got my hands on this and i can't seem to find anything on it. any one knows anything about these?
edit: sorry about the big picture. i just started out stacking and i bought these in singapore. i was just looking at online pics of various perth mint bars but i haven't came across any of them that looked like this. is this legit lol?
look up this site mate.
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