Rare, Collectable and Old Fashion Silver Bar. II

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  1. sbc

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    Maybe for sale at the right price or maybe not ;)
     
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    bubblebobble2 Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Any chance of selling this one?
     
  3. Bigfella

    Bigfella Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    NICE ones

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    nicwinner Active Member Silver Stacker

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    I've got a couple. Some around 70g some around 80g
    All with an aphbate on reverse side, either A or B or C
    Hope this help
     
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    greedy Kobold Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    some sweet bars were posted here recently.
    let me see If I can contribute with some silver I just
    received from a fellow collector.

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    a few words on the observed 'ass' bars.
    have seen this on local vintage silver bars as:
    1 No stamp
    2 Cimet
    3 Cimet + Single letter prefix
    4 'A' stamp reminds Alcoa logo
    5 'PMI'-stamp

    sizes: pre 100g to over 2kg.
    both random weight and the exact weight

    overall, nice old-school poured bars.

    if anyone has some information on them, please share.
    gK
     
  6. Bigfella

    Bigfella Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    How said Harrington?????

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  7. Bigfella

    Bigfella Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    It's Twins..... Same Birthday one after the other and Identical in Weight. How rare is that ? I've never seen consecutive serials in the 10ozs withe identical weight.
    Feedback appreciated.
    Regards
    Bigfella

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  8. Golden ChipMunk

    Golden ChipMunk Well-Known Member

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    Latest bar pickups...the Credit Suisse still in original logo packaging is more vintage than any other I've seen, and the Denron looks like it's been eviscerated :lol:
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    Hey stackers,

    Managed to pick up a few of these old Perth Mint 10 Oz bars. Couple of them have consecutive serials numbers.

    One has some fantastic swirls. From what I have been told these type A irregular size bars.

    Shame they don't make them like this anymore.

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    Skyrocket Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    This thread makes me jealous sometimes. :|

    How come no one ever mentions where they find all these beauties and how much they paid for them too???
     
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    Skyrocket, available from coin shops..

    and if full retail price - wildly expensive for vintage Perth Mint bars.

    i.e. the one below I bought from KJC Sydney a few months back.

    They have a collectable silver bullion bar section though no nice vintage cast bars there today.

    I paid $500 for this one...! ($500<-- maybe this partly explains why the price is never mentioned if bought from retail)

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    Why do the old perth mint bars have to look so . . . tempting?!
     
  14. silverfry

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    Hi Stackers,

    After several years of looking i was lucking enough to get three old Perth Mint circa 10 oz bars with consecutive serial numbers as well as a 9.7 oz bar which i have not seen before. These bars a quite nice in person with some beautiful cooling swirls. With regards to to securing i have seen many interesting items at markets, fairs and some stores.

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    greedy Kobold Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    To continue with vintage NZ 'ass999' bars that surface here from time to time.

    There is one on sale on TradeMe at the moment.
    (It is not mine, I don't know the owner)

    It sells with the original receipt, which allows to attribute the
    time the thing was poured.

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    (the pictures belong to TM member unclej)

    gK
     
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    Hey Stackers,

    My newest addition is some beautiful Perth Mint Type C 10 oz Bars and to my surprise they have consecutive serial numbers A349, A350. A351 which i have not seen before. Would love to know if any one has matching serial numbers of older bars. Also some very faint cooling swirls and great character.

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    10 consecutive is the best I have ever come across.....

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    Bigfella Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    2 lovely ladies to add to the collection. Found both in separate hands believe it or not... Check serial numbers..WOW

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    Please help me if anyone knows anything about this bar as its a mystery to me..

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