Stacker bar types

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  1. SilverSurfer77

    SilverSurfer77 Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    On it's way boss ;)
     
  2. SilverSurfer77

    SilverSurfer77 Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Yes, they are all made by the same machine. That machine has been used by 3 different companies.
     
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    *edit* figured out what I asked about.
     
  4. sammysilver

    sammysilver Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I think it's the Big Dipper silver bar, as the price has dipped since production.
     
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    Thank you, didn't notice you replied before editing my post out. I zoomed in and could read it, just googled southern cross, looks like all or most of their 10oz bars have that. Which is great for me not knowing which to buy, I've always really liked that star system. :) easy decision now lol

    Well, maybe if I was on my PC I could figure it out but not sure how to post a picture unfortunately. Search result for "Big Dipper silver bar" brought up a neat bar with that star system that says Alaska. As far as the actual star system on that Southern Cross one it's definitely the Pleiades. Brightest cluster of stars in the night sky.

    Edit: I stand corrected (that seems to be happening to me a lot lately, you know what they say about assuming...) apparently that's the "Crux" constellation, (which, I'm assuming again, is where they derive their name from) not Pleiades as I could have swore that's what it looks like. Oh well, I still like the bar! :D
     
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    sammysilver Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Go to bullionlist.com.au they manufacture and supply the Southern Cross bars.
     
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    Oh man, I think I just found a new direction for my collection. I don't own any stackers.....yet.
     
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    The problem for my Sammy is that I live in America, and, if I may be allowed to assume just one more time here, those prices are based on the Australian spot, correct? Silly question maybe. But I'd rather not have to pay more if I don't have to. I'm sure I can find whatever I may be looking for elsewhere though.
     
  9. SilverSurfer77

    SilverSurfer77 Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I have updated post #2 with a photo of the Intrinsic tender 10 XAG stacker, these bars are really neat as they come with a clear piece of protective film on the face to stop any scratches. :cool:
     
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    Just catching up with this thread...great "nuts and bolts" info here :)
     
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    Nice :p
    But the postage to Australia from MCM is a killer :(
     
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    SilverSurfer77 Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Updated post #2 with some pics of the SBA stacker :)
     
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    The Ainslie stacker now has the lion logo with a serial number. Are there any other new types to add to the list?
     
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    I think Gold Stackers had current Scottsdale stackers without serial numbers the other day when I was in town.
     
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    Goldstackers gave me one with a serial number last week. The Apmex stacker now has the lion logo from the pics on their website.
     
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    Which Southern Cross 10oz stacker was the earlier of the 2 ? The smaller dimension one or the flatter one with larger dimensions?
    Horrie
     
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    Thanks mate,
    So you’re saying the larger 10oz is the older style?
    Horrie
     

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