Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by Coinsandmedals, Oct 29, 2019.
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They have most refiners listed there including JM.
Wow, these are very nice! I see why you like them.
I love the old loaf bars. I used to snatch these up every time they came in my local brick and mortar back in the day. Thank you for the link! At the moment, I am a bit occupied collecting early English and Irish copper patterns, so it will be some time before I even contemplate buying bulk silver. When I do, that website will be super helpful.
At what weight in silver would you consider a major player in the silver market?
I think I could find a few small spaces between my 1 ounce sized bars to fit those into my collection, IF you want to cash in on your investment windfall
Anything special on the Back of those small JM bars??
Yeah, i really like the poured bars as well ! the uniqueness of the process
And the cooling rings can bring some really cool designs
I have 3 1g bars that were given to me. They're very small! LOL. But I find all the details inscribed on them fascinating and still look at them from time to time. I always wanted to weigh them just to double check but never got around to it.
The photo is a bit blur.
I never knew there was a ship call the USS Enterprise!
I can’t say I have put any thought into the threshold to be considered a significant player. I have a friend with north of a million tied up in precious metals and he doesn’t consider himself a major player. Given that, I have no idea.
I’m sure these little guys would like even smaller next to a once bar. I appreciate the offer, but I plan to hold on to them for now.
Hmmm, I think the 1 gram bar has a bunch of small JM logos in a pressed pattern on the back. If memory serves, the others are blank.
Apparently, there were eight.
Good site as well, however there are no mintages so its hard to tell value.
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