Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by jlogan, Jan 1, 2016.
That's pretty good, with melt around 12.5x.
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Pay spot value always.
11.5xface for $2 face of quarters today. Pretty good.
11.8xFace for $25.00 Face
10x face, as usual, for $4.10 face. (Think I lost the dime, though)
I did pick up some Walkers at spot the other day. I'll pay a little more for older coins that MAY have extra numismatic value and I enjoy collecting, or can give away as presents should the younger generation get into collecting.
11.6 times face today.
11,5 times face value.
12x for Mercury Dimes.
Good Deal here:
IN WHAT WORLD DOES A FRANKLIN HALF CONTAIN .715 OUNCES OF SILVER?!?!?! FAKE NEWS!!!!!
It's .715 ounces for TWO of them!
LOL. .715 takes circulation and wear into account. These aren't Beautiful Uncs.
And it's two of them, $1 face value, being offered for (at the moment) $11.45.
The average price in my area is around 13X
I expect big dealers like Provident to have better insight into silver's trajectory than I do. If they're selling at prices low enough to surprise me, it's a "don't buy now" signal to me.
Of course, they don't have a crystal ball, either. But they have more info than I do, and more riding on their ability to interpret it correctly.
I just bought a role of Franklins with that deal. Anyways, if I can get under 12xFace on junk 90 then it's a good deal.
Looks like Wolves over scraps..
look at is as a selling time , and a buying time , or your lost.
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