Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by furryfrog02, Jan 14, 2020 at 7:39 PM.
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Pretty cool notes. First of these I've seen, I also like the artwork on older currency.
Whoops. You’re right. Dunno how I biffed that....
Either way, I didn’t pay much over the melt value of the gold so I am happy with them.
They have $10 and $50 notes as well. I may eventually get those to round out the set.
Thanks for not sullying this thread with that image Let’s stick to pretty ladies instead.
So, the only way these can be worth anything is to place a stack of a couple thousand of these notes into a crucible, and burn off the paper to get the gold melt value?
From what I understand, they are an “alternate” currency. Some stores in Utah accept them along with US cash.
Lol I wore my socks of the certain figure, ugly sweater party too. Yuuuge hit! Of course I’m guessing who it is, but I’m fairly sure I’m right.
I have the biggest feet. Everybody says so. Trust me. I know feet.
They’re perfect, really
Or is it Billy Dee Williams in a beer commercial?
The old BEP souvenir cards of plate prints are an affordable way to collect some beautiful old currency images at a fraction of the cost of the 'real deals' - they also make great gifts for youngsters to get them interested in US history and numismatics as well
I like that!
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