Discussion in 'World Coins' started by The Eidolon, Mar 7, 2021.
I can take individual photos of both sides on any if suggested.
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all in flips, so you can note the silver weights (ASW) and other pertinent information.
Looks like a neat lot.
This is what I do with all my world silver
Exactly. And by keeping track of the bullion content (ASW) of each coin, it makes it easier to tally up your holdings for silver stacking purposes, in a spreadsheet or whatever. Then calculating the total bullion value of your stash becomes easier, whether just for record keeping or when it’s time to sell.
info as mentioned above.
Get out of my brain!
Agreed. I'd put all of those in flips (for my binders) and likely the half crown sized coins too (30mm+ diameter).
The small(er) diameter coins would be evaluated for 'scarcity'/rarity' and/or condition and put in flips accordingly for the long term hold collection.
FWIW: I would put all of them in a flip or 2x2
They've always been loose since I got them, but maybe some of them were in PVC flips before that. I'm no longer a working chemist, so I can't "borrow" acetone from lab any more. Any recommendations as to a good place to get some that will leave minimum residues?
BTW, these were never one "lot", I just picked out the most promising of the junk or unpackaged silver I got from about 4 shops over a several year period.
Any hardware store, local or Lowe’s/HD. Paint section 100% $5-10
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