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This first in the series has sold for $500 in the past. I will accept $400 total including postage and PayPal fees.

I also have the others in the pyramid of power series if anybody is interested.
 

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I'll trade you the following: 2014 Freedom Girl 1 troy ounce, 2014 Enemy Unknown 1 troy ounce, 2014 Trivium 1 troy ounce and 2014 False Flag 1 troy ounce
 
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I'll trade you the following: 2014 Freedom Girl 1 troy ounce, 2014 Enemy Unknown 1 troy ounce, 2014 Trivium 1 troy ounce and 2014 False Flag 1 troy ounce
Sorry I'm not interested in trading, I don't want to let go of this but I need the currency :(
 

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This first in the series has sold for $500 in the past. I will accept $400 total including postage and PayPal fees.

I also have the others in the pyramid of power series if anybody is interested.
"In Philadelphia it's worth 50 bucks"
Pawn broker in trading places.
 
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im hoping for https://openbazaar.org to start soon.

I bet eBay are getting worried about that one :) no fees at all, how do openbazaar make profit? Advertising maybe?

I don't love Bitcoin but am forced to use it with openbazaar. The same way I hate unbacked fiat but am forced to use it everyday.

I wish there was a way to use digital backed silvergrams for long distance transactions.
 
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"In Philadelphia it's worth 50 bucks"
Pawn broker in trading places.
It's worth a lot more than that, and will be worth a hell of a lot in years to come. There were only a few hundred made, these are in very strong hands now.

I will accept 2 Bitcoin if someone is interested post here or email me silverdeliveredworldwide@gmail.com

I have all the others in the series also for sale for 1 Bitcoin each, including the two unreleased coins.

Send Btc payment to 1MDGMaqLExFVzUb2WTQppdUmUWKUL4ZC9g

With your address and which coins you want

If anybody has an incomplete collection tell me which ones you want to buy.
 

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It's only worth what someone is willing to pay.
If it's one ounce then it's price plus spot to people that don't really collect but just stack.
Hence the 50 bucks comment.
 
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It's only worth what someone is willing to pay.
If it's one ounce then it's price plus spot to people that don't really collect but just stack.
Hence the 50 bucks comment.
Yep, everything is worth what someone is willing to pay. Everyone has a price. My price is 2 Bitcoin to prise this beauty out of my strong hands.
 

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QWAK,Silvertoothtiger,You got one finger for being greedy!:boid:

Strong hands LOL:36_11_6::4_1_72:

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QWAK,Silvertoothtiger,I got a plié of dog poop that is a one in a billion or more ---it looks like Abraham Lincoln but it don't make it more valuable than any other pile of dog crap!:thinkey::2:

You got a SILVER round!!! it is worth the same as any other SILVER round!!:thumb.aspx::s13:

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QWAK,Silvertoothtiger,I got a plié of dog poop that is a one in a billion or more ---it looks like Abraham Lincoln but it don't make it more valuable than any other pile of dog crap!:thinkey::2:

You got a SILVER round!!! it is worth the same as any other SILVER round!!:thumb.aspx::s13:

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You certainly have the manners of someone born in a barn (or lake in your case).

There are silver pieces that sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars, just because it's all worth the same to you doesn't mean its worth the same to everyone. (which is what matters when we are talking about the market value of something)
 

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SilverBuyer, if you haven't caught on, GIM2 isn't the place for collectibles.

Some here do it, but they're statistical outliers..

Maybe you will get lucky? :dontknow:
 

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You certainly have the manners of someone born in a barn (or lake in your case).

There are silver pieces that sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars, just because it's all worth the same to you doesn't mean its worth the same to everyone. (which is what matters when we are talking about the market value of something)
QWAK,Silvertoothtiger,So you don't want to buy my "Abraham Lincoln pile of dog crap":bawling::thumb.aspx:

It was even blessed by the POPE!

All you got to do is find a greater fool collector of "Dog Crap" and you could make a big profit!:2::applause_smiley:

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SilverBuyer, if you haven't caught on, GIM2 isn't the place for collectibles.

Some here do it, but they're statistical outliers..

Maybe you will get lucky? :dontknow:
I have caught on, and I'm not the one selling this piece (not sure if you are mistaking me for Silvertoothtiger)

Bullion sells very well here so I stick to that.
 

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Just because some SELLER in the UK OFFERS to SELL one for 500 Brit. lbs . Does NOT mean a buyer has come forward and offered 500 Brit. lbs for it.

"Debay" has SELLERS offering legit ROLEX Submariners in stainless steel for $4,000.00 - $7,000.00+. That does not make the value $4k-$7k for a used /pre-owned stainless steel "Rolley".

OBTW - The UK seller does NOT offer to sell the silver round in the US Market. - Reading the fine print.
 

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QWAK,Silvertoothtiger,So you don't want to buy my "Abraham Lincoln pile of dog crap":bawling::thumb.aspx:

It was even blessed by the POPE!

All you got to do is find a greater fool collector of "Dog Crap" and you could make a big profit!:2::applause_smiley:

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Many people say the same thing about gold regarding the greater fool. Gold's value is based off what we perceive the value to be, no different than the value of a mint state 1893-S Morgan worth a $100,000.
 

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Many people say the same thing about gold regarding the greater fool. Gold's value is based off what we perceive the value to be, no different than the value of a mint state 1893-S Morgan worth a $100,000.
When the premium is 3x or more of the actual intrinsic value, I have a hard time being confident its a good investment, but I do understand.

The Morgan are worth thousands and thousands are just peculiar to me. It just takes a certain collector to buy one, and then hope he can find someone who'll pay more.
 

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Many people say the same thing about gold regarding the greater fool. Gold's value is based off what we perceive the value to be, no different than the value of a mint state 1893-S Morgan worth a $100,000.
QWAK,SilverBuyer,GOLD will and has always be highly valued in any shape or form ---- it is MONEY :wink_smile::2: ---- Dog crap is only of value to rare dog crap collectors --- same with a mint state 1893-S Morgan!:thumb.aspx::bawling:

I found a 1863 penny --- it was at a location ware an out house once was ---- I gave it to some one who collects pennies.:2::bear_wub:

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GOLD will and has always be highly valued in any shape or form ---- it is MONEY
You don't know that gold will always be highly valued, at some point the market could decide there is a better form of money and gold would just be valued for its industrial uses/jewelry. It's not actually too far fetched an idea given where society is heading. It probably won't happen because with other forms of money they are more susceptible to manipulation than gold. (U.S. dollars for example could be printed into oblivion, Bitcoin for example there are worries about hacking/security ect.)
 

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QWAK,Silvertoothtiger,I got a plié of dog poop that is a one in a billion or more ---it looks like Abraham Lincoln but it don't make it more valuable than any other pile of dog crap!:thinkey::2:

You got a SILVER round!!! it is worth the same as any other SILVER round!!:thumb.aspx::s13:

the DUCK :s11:
That's some funny shit!
 

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You don't know that gold will always be highly valued, at some point the market could decide there is a better form of money and gold would just be valued for its industrial uses/jewelry. It's not actually too far fetched an idea given where society is heading. It probably won't happen because with other forms of money they are more susceptible to manipulation than gold. (U.S. dollars for example could be printed into oblivion, Bitcoin for example there are worries about hacking/security ect.)
No, gold will always be money, and always very valuable. It has held its value consistently for thousands and thousands of years. Silver is still second best. Gold has and always will require a great deal of effort to mine from the earth, and therefore will not become worthless.
 

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You don't know that gold will always be highly valued, at some point the market could decide there is a better form of money and gold would just be valued for its industrial uses/jewelry.
I can't think of any "market" on earth that still accepts any payment in gold or silver, the Swiss Franc was the last and they quit that in 2000 because nobody bought the 40% reserve BS. They have all fallen victim to the fiat currency lure of bulging currency markets.

Perhaps gold is a holder of value since there will almost always be demand for it.
 

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No, gold will always be money, and always very valuable. It has held its value consistently for thousands and thousands of years. Silver is still second best. Gold has and always will require a great deal of effort to mine from the earth, and therefore will not become worthless.
You know it will always be money how? You can see hundred or even thousands of years into the future? Can you please tell me what stocks to pick up ect.

I never said at any point that gold would be worthless. Even if people didn't value it as money it would have some industrial value.
 

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I can't think of any "market" on earth that still accepts any payment in gold or silver, the Swiss Franc was the last and they quit that in 2000 because nobody bought the 40% reserve BS. They have all fallen victim to the fiat currency lure of bulging currency markets.

Perhaps gold is a holder of value since there will almost always be demand for it.
Agreed they don't accept it as payment, but it still is valued as money hence the $1100 an oz price. I think it would be pretty tough to make a case for it being worth $1100 an oz if people are only valuing it for its industrial properties.
 

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You know it will always be money how? You can see hundred or even thousands of years into the future? Can you please tell me what stocks to pick up ect.

I never said at any point that gold would be worthless. Even if people didn't value it as money it would have some industrial value.
I guess 5,000 years of human history... And given I'm gonna be worm food in around 50-60 years, I'm fairly certain gold will still be a store of wealth before I depart this world.

Stocks? You don't want me to help you pick stocks.
 

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I don't wanna be redundant but gold is only worth what people think it's worth cause other people think that's what it's worth. However, even as all 7 billion of us are different we seem to find and define beauty the same ways. I.e. the golden ratio of the face.
Btw alot of people have gotten rich, lived lives lavishly and gregariously, on the fiat dollar with no pm's at all.
I'm not interested in slvrtthtigers round at that price today. Because its not worth it to me, today
 
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I have had a good run with generic silver, but there is only so many silver eagles or maples you can buy before you want something different.

Now I'm interested in collectable silver that has micro mintages. There were only 100 of these we indoctrinate you coins ever released.

I've not got any gold, I wish I did when the gold to silver ratio was around 30:1 a few years ago, but I would rather 75 ounces of silver than 1 ounce of gold for the same units of fiat currency today.

When the ratio is back to under 30:1 again I may consider spending some silver on a little gold.

Gold and silver will never ever go to nothing. It's impossible. If either of them get too cheap then smart people will buy all they can, and nobody will sell at the low levels, there will be shortages until the prices go back up.
 

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I don't wanna be redundant but gold is only worth what people think it's worth cause other people think that's what it's worth. However, even as all 7 billion of us are different we seem to find and define beauty the same ways. I.e. the golden ratio of the face.
Btw alot of people have gotten rich, lived lives lavishly and gregariously, on the fiat dollar with no pm's at all.
I'm not interested in slvrtthtigers round at that price today. Because its not worth it to me, today
Even fiat needs fool to have faith in credit.
Gold has many uses, paper not as much.
 

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When the premium is 3x or more of the actual intrinsic value, I have a hard time being confident its a good investment, but I do understand.

The Morgan are worth thousands and thousands are just peculiar to me. It just takes a certain collector to buy one, and then hope he can find someone who'll pay more.
AND those coins are NOT found being sold on cyber auction/store sites like "dEbay".
Those coins are sent to established, reputable, auction houses where the item(s) are or have been authenticated & certified by the auction house where they put their reputation on the line for a commission / percentage of the Sale Price.
 

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That's some funny shit!
QWAK,Po'boy,If you think that is funny you should see the matched set the dog made of the Clintons :applause_smiley: the one of Hillery is down right scarey!:36_1_25::36_11_6:

That dog must be some sort of an art sculpture sevont!:thinkey::2:

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I have caught on, and I'm not the one selling this piece (not sure if you are mistaking me for Silvertoothtiger)

Bullion sells very well here so I stick to that.
No, I didn't confuse you with anyone.
 
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I wish it was true that all silver ounces were worth the same then I would only buy rare collectors silver art. But the truth is this silver sells for a huge premium over generic silver
 
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Jim Richards says what you need to survive the debt bomb exploding is gold, land and fine art. I don't like gold because it's not as rare as silver is. Land is a safe investment but overvalued I can see property falling a long way. As for fine art yes I like art silver as collectors investment
 

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Jim Richards says what you need to survive the debt bomb exploding is gold, land and fine art. I don't like gold because it's not as rare as silver is. Land is a safe investment but overvalued I can see property falling a long way. As for fine art yes I like art silver as collectors investment
Silver is not more rare than gold. That is simply not true.
 

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Jim Richards says what you need to survive the debt bomb exploding is gold, land and fine art. I don't like gold because it's not as rare as silver is. Land is a safe investment but overvalued I can see property falling a long way. As for fine art yes I like art silver as collectors investment
QWAK,Silvertoothtiger,You remind me:thinkey: of another poster who was run off --- he too was trying to sell the story/belief that SILVER was/is more rare than GOLD ---- he was a BS artist --- I believe you are too and have an axe to grind.

Perhaps you bought a large amount of SILVER and hope to sell it at a huge profit??? HUMmmmmmmmmm

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Why thread crap the guy? If you don't like his price, don't buy it!

We don't like .gov poking into our business, so lets not poke at his. Hypocritical.
 

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Why thread crap the guy? If you don't like his price, don't buy it!

We don't like .gov poking into our business, so lets not poke at his. Hypocritical.[/QUOTE

QWAK,Silvergun,GIM is about HELPING others understand GOLD and MONEY --- NOT exploiting others IGNORENCE about GOLD and MONEY!:2:

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Why thread crap the guy? If you don't like his price, don't buy it!

We don't like .gov poking into our business, so lets not poke at his. Hypocritical.[/QUOTE

QWAK,Silvergun,GIM is about HELPING others understand GOLD and MONEY --- NOT exploiting others IGNORENCE about GOLD and MONEY!:2:

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