Post your silver bullion!!!

Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by RaceBannon, Apr 9, 2011.

  1. myownprivy

    myownprivy Well-Known Member

    You're right. Those last two sentences of mine were rather harsh. I'm sorry.
     
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  3. Good Cents

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    You are entitled to your opinion and you've stated it. I'm entitled to disagree with you and I have stated my opinion and added that I do not believe this is a thread for financial discussion.

    Apparently we disagree. It happens. Have a good day anyway.

     
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  6. Johndoe2000$

    Johndoe2000$ Well-Known Member

    Silver cast bar in hand.jpg

    silver.png ...............................SILVER BULLION............................
    Not mine though.......yet.
     
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  7. Tracy62

    Tracy62 Well-Known Member

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    Yesterday. $19 each. As long as I'm under $20 each, I'm ok with that, but I prefer closer to $18 if possible.
     
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  9. $ILVER

    $ILVER New Member

    HELLO,IM NEW MEMBER and need help with questions. can you help?
     
  10. $ILVER

    $ILVER New Member

    im new and do not know how to start thread for norfed
     
  11. Lembeck13

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  13. Lembeck13

    Lembeck13 Member

    As a coin collector, these postings confuse and dishearten me. This site is called CoinTalk - not BullionTalk, not InvestmentTalk, not PrepperTalk, and not FuturesTalk. In fact, this excited chatter has little to do with coins but is more like trafficking in comic books, antique toys, and other ephemera with money making potential. I rue the day the U.S. Mint started profiteering with bullion specie. It has placed a welcome mat for vulgarity at our hobby's door.
     
  14. -jeffB

    -jeffB Greshams LEO Supporter

    You think that bullion sales have "placed a welcome mat for vulgarity at our hobby's door"? I think vulgarity had already tracked so much mud through that door that you'd need to shovel a spot out for that mat. Just look at the "1913 V-nickels".
     
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  15. myownprivy

    myownprivy Well-Known Member

    Yous can't read good. Dis here subforum iz called BullionInvesting.
     
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  16. Lembeck13

    Lembeck13 Member

    Youse don't read two gud... I'm wondering what you're doing on this site in the first place. Regardless - or for youse, irregardless - of your self-inflected subforum moniker, how are you even slightly relevant to CoinTalk. I would be less perplexed if I could somewhere find an equally irrelevant site subforum such as BaseballCardInvesting or LintFuturesForum. If you're actually contemplating another ham-handed retort - youse can bring it on, cupcake.
     
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  18. Lembeck13

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    Your point is understood but (almost certainly) Samuel Brown was simply a sleaze bucket onesie and a relative latecomer to the ranks of corrupt Mint factotums. My discomfort comes from the Mint sliding out of the money business into the more speculative realm of bullion for bullions sake. This is a major step up/down from their other less lucrative endeavors such as the mad proliferation of endless commemorative coins/sets. As an aside or, if you like, Exhibit A, I recently contacted the Mint's answer line and asked whether premiums paid for "America the Beautiful" silver proof quarters go toward the preservation/advancement of the locales they commemorate. After much fumbling and dead air the response came back - "No." "So where DO the premiums go?" I asked. "That's decided by Congress." she politely replied. "Is there a list of past premium beneficiaries" I asked. "I don't know" the hapless GS-5 voice of the U.S. Mint replied adding "Maybe your congressman knows." As I stepped onto the dreaded Möbius strip of taxpayer inquiry, the scent of sizzling pork filled my nostrils and I realized - "These are just silver proof quarters... what evil/financial legerdemain/slush lurks in the Mint's bullion trade?" Assuming I ever get a straight answer... Film at 11.
     
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  20. Lembeck13

    Lembeck13 Member

    Infinite monkeys with infinite shiny Ag objects... perhaps someday one will understand the subtle beauty that is numismatics.
     
  21. myownprivy

    myownprivy Well-Known Member

    Perhaps one day you'll stop talking to yourself. 5 posts in a row with no responses. NOBODY CARES WHAT YOU THINK!
     
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