Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by ilmcoins, Dec 29, 2019.
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Pretty sure that's not market acceptable toning.
But the Union Jack is okay? ~ Chris
Each one has the history engraved on the back. I did not read them all though!
I suppose the dealer could have been a bit more rude if he put his mind to it, but it would have been a challenge.
He really wasn't rude, but he was realistic.
I feel like it could have been done more tactfully.
Yeah, I was somewhat taken aback at the time.
My brother accumulated a complete set of Franklin Mint 1oz silver ingots of antique autos stored in a nice wood case.
during the height of the last silver boom, we sold it for spot to a local dealer in Knoxville. The dealer didn't want the nice wood case. We gave it to him in return we got a smile.
I always consider the silver value and content of any coin that I buy for this reason and try to find a comfortable range. If I want the coin for the coin, then I must realize this can happen. Silver dealers want silver, not art.
Silver was around $7/oz when he bought and sold for around $39/oz.
I understand that but the opposite is more often true and that was my point.
Only if it has market acceptable toning.
Oh no. It's not centered. Is that an error flag? Now it is. Damn tablet
I don't see the 13 star one. Are these all US flags?
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