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1  Economy / Goods / MOVED: 3 11 Terahash Miners with PSU & power sale here or on BitBay (Texas,U.S.A) on: March 27, 2018, 11:27:59 PM
This topic has been moved to Trashcan.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3208301.0

Duplicate thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3207784.0
2  Economy / Goods / Buying Scrap Jewelry and Rare metals (Gold/Platinum/Paladium/Iridium) on: March 12, 2018, 07:03:45 PM
Hi there, I'm looking for a bit of scrap gold, and potentially some platinum for a side project I'm working on, if anyone wants to trade some for BTC, LTC, ETH, etc. What I'm looking for is 10-24kt yellow gold. I may be interested in white gold as well, but I don't have the proper gear to rhodium plate it, so its not as appealing to me. Platinum, Palladium, and Rhodium are also somewhat appealing, so I'll throw the offer out there as well. What I'm looking for are things like, tangled chains, broken pieces, and things with bad memories attached  Cry . I may buy stones as well if I can verify them fairly easily, but for the most part, I'm just after the metal.

I'm offering ~80% melt value, typically around 5-13% more than typical scrap gold buyers, as I do my own refining, but I am open to negotiation.

Just a forewarning, I will not accept anything sketchy, regardless of what sort of deal you offer me. Please do not try to sell me anything stolen, fake, plated, or gold filled. Its a pain to chemically separate gold plating, and its more effort than its worth. I've got chemical and ultrasound testing supplies, and it becomes pretty obvious if gold isn't gold when you melt it down.

I'm located in the US, so I'm not sure how well international shipping would work, but we can figure that out together if interested.

If you have any comments or questions, please feel free to ask.
3  Economy / Collectibles / [ANN] 1st of its series, Silver BTC Blockchain statue on: February 23, 2018, 07:33:37 PM
Ahoy all, so I've been playing about with the idea of a physical interpretation of the Bitcoin blockchain. This is a VERY rough model, and things will change quite a bit, as I fine tune and fix the little details that I find have ended up strangely, or as I add more detail. The top face is supposed to be the globe with the smaller circles being nodes (its lacking detail at the moment) the left side will have the Bitcoin symbol (also needs some touchup), and the remaining faces will be sort of a labyrinthy circuit board looking design, which also requires changes from the model.

For scale, the main feature is a 1x1 inch cube, and the statue should weigh in at around 7 ounces. This will all likely change quite a bit. I think I'd like to make it a bit bigger, but we'll see how all of the numbers end up when done.


https://i.imgur.com/BLUPR3t.png

There will be a limited number of pieces made, the quantity of which, I'm still deciding on. As of this moment, if anyone has any feedback, please don't hesitate to let me know. I fully intend to do a LTC and ETH version as well, but one thing at a time.
4  Economy / Collectibles / [Auction Ended] 300g .999 Silver Death Star on: February 20, 2018, 02:50:08 PM
Hi all, this auction is for a 300g .999 fine silver statue of the Death Star. The pictures below show the exact piece you are bidding on. For those interested in how it was made, I'll include the pictures I have and a description as soon as my battery charges.

https://imgur.com/a/VrBI3

Countdown Timer:  https://www.timeanddate.com/countdown/to?iso=20180225T115959&p0=263&font=cursive

Auction rules The starting bid is 0.02BTC. Please bid in Bitcoin increments, however I will accept Garlic, BTC, LTC, ETH, or most other exchangeable alt coins at your converted bid rate after the auction has ended, if you have any questions, please ask. The minimum bid increment is 0.0025 BTC. This auction will run from time of posting until Sunday February 25th at 11:59:59AM (Noon) US Eastern time. Shipping is free to and outside of the US, however if you are outside of the US, please make yourself aware of any laws and  import taxes involved with the import of precious metals. Ideally I'll have it shipped out to the winner on Monday. Any bids within the last 15 minutes of the auction ending time will extend the auction by 15 minutes. EX: a bid at 11:58AM on the 25th will extend the auction end to 12:13PM, a subsequent bid at 12:05PM will extend the auction yet again to 12:20 PM.

I'm more than happy to use escrow with any mutually agreeable escrow agent, however I do ask that you pay any associated fees. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to ask. After the auction has ended, I'll give this a final shine and send it on its way.

If you have any questions, comments, hate and discontent, please feel free to ask.

Edit* Here are the pictures of the process used to make the death star.

https://imgur.com/a/3RQkR

The 3D model is printed, cleaned up, and attached to a sprue, it is then put inside of the steel flask. Investment powder is mixed and put under vacuum to pull any air bubbles out that might stick to the model. After it dries, it goes through a 12 hour burnout, ramping up to 230C for the first hour, and then 3 hours after that. Then increasing 150C/hr up to 730C (~1350 degrees F) at which it stays for 4 hours, until the model is finally done, and ramped down to the casting temperature at around 500C for 2 hours. The silver is then melted, and when done, the flask is removed from the oven, placed onto the vacuum casting table, so that when the metal is poured, the vacuum pulls the molten metal into all crevices of the mold, and then is left to cool before being quenched in a bucket of water, and finished/polished.
5  Economy / Collectibles / Thats no moon....? on: February 20, 2018, 02:39:19 AM
Ahoy all, I had Lesbiancow commission a silver death star with me. I had made two models, so I decided to cast the second today (not the 1 kilogram one)
Just wondering if people would be interested in having me auction this off, or if I should just keep it? I may finish it up a bit more, I'll be able to tell better in the morning's light.

https://i.imgur.com/TgqZlFI.png

It is 300 grams of solid 999 fine silver, I'll certainly take better photos if people are interested in it. Its not very likely that I'll make anymore, unless there is a huge demand. They take a long time to make and the shape irritates me as I can't get a perfect pour.
6  Economy / Collectibles / [ANN] SaltySpitoon's Silver "Garlic" Bread Loaves DIY Wallets *In Stock* on: February 12, 2018, 07:49:28 PM
Ahoy all, it is finally time for the official announcement with all of the information that you may want. This post will be for general information, and my 2nd post in this thread will be for current loaves for sale.

I'm finally past the start, and into beginning production of these wallets (pictured below) each is hand cast and finished in .999 fine silver. Their weights are a bit variable (more on this later) but they are typically over 2.5 Oz of pure silver. I will be asking around 0.02BTC each, based on the results of the previous auction. This price may vary a bit with metal content and BTC:Fiat price, but I will have each price listed next to the bars in question. I accept BTC, ETH, LTC, BCH, Garlic, Metals, Barter for goats/chickens, etc. Pretty much what I mean is, shoot me a PM if you'd like to trade with a Bitcoin equivalent, or if you'd like to offer me a trade. I'm pretty flexible, and will at the very least entertain any offers. I've had some hilariously interesting trades in the past, so please feel free.

Example Photos of the loaves:
https://imgur.com/a/OvFA6
https://imgur.com/a/JWMFn
https://imgur.com/a/wz91e

Holograms:


There are a million difficult to control factors that change the outcome of how each bar will turn out. For that reason, each loaf will be unique. Each will be created, photographed similarly to the imgur galleries above, and sold individually, so there is no question as to exactly what you will be receiving when you place your order. I will list them for sale as they become available in the post below this OP.

Shipping is included in the prices listed. If you are outside of the US, I can still ship to you, however I ask that you make yourself aware of any importation restrictions or taxes that will be imposed. I can't be held responsible for issues that occur in shipment after the packages have left the US, as the USPS stops receiving tracking updates after that point.

I plan on documenting each step these loaves go through for anyone interested, and will update here when I get a chance to get photos from start to finish.

If you have any questions, comments, hate and discontent, please feel free to let me know.


Auction for the first three loaves:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2887662.0


7  Economy / Collectibles / [Auction - Finished] The first 3 .999 Silver Garlic Bread Loaves! on: February 05, 2018, 09:16:27 PM
Auction End Timer: https://www.timeanddate.com/countdown/generic?iso=20180211T235959&p0=263&msg=Silver+Garlic+Bread+Loaf+Auction+End&font=cursive&csz=1

Hi everyone, as I mentioned in my thread requesting feedback for the project (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2881839.0)

I'm not really sure how to price these, so I'm just going to open these up for auction, and I'll use the data collected from the auction to determine pricing for any future pieces. Each piece will have a certain level of individuality to them, so if you see one you are in love with, there is no guarantee I'll be able to make an identical, so don't delay!

Auction rules So I'll be started these off at their silver spot price. Please bid in Bitcoin increments, however I will accept Garlic, BTC, LTC, ETH, or most other exchangeable alt coins at your converted bid rate after the auction has ended, if you have any questions, please ask. The minimum bid increment is 0.0005 BTC. This auction will run from time of posting until Sunday February 11th at 11:59:59PM US Eastern time. To winners in the US, these will ship free. If you are outside of the country, I will charge actual shipping cost (under $5). Ideally I'll have them shipped out to the winners on Monday, so I can get your feedback as soon as possible. Any bids within the last 10 minutes of the auction ending time will extend the auction by 10 minutes. EX: a bid at 11:58PM on the 11th will extend the end time to 12:08AM, a subsequent bid at 12:05 AM will extend the auction end time to 12:15 AM.

Since these loaves are in different styles and weights, please double check which you are bidding on. Loaves A, B, and C, will also corresponds to the number tamper proof hologram sticker they will receive (A will get number 001, B 002, C 003).  I will receive the tamper proof holograms on Friday the 9th, and will upload pictures then. These are just simple 0.75 inch circular tamperproof hologram stickers with the Garlic logo centered, and the number. Functional, but nothing fancy.

I have no problem with international bidders, but please make sure that you are aware of any laws or tarrifs that may apply on the importation of silver. I will declare them at silver spot value through for customs.

Please use this example bid format ( A @ 0.006 BTC )

Please double check these photo collections for details on each bar. Each is the shown weight in 999 Fine silver.

Bar A (81.6g) Starting bid 0.0060 BTC: https://imgur.com/a/OvFA6

Bar B (87.6g) Starting Bid 0.0065 BTC: https://imgur.com/a/JWMFn

Bar C (81.5g) Starting Bid 0.0060 BTC: https://imgur.com/a/wz91e


I'm more than happy to use escrow with any mutually agreeable escrow agent, however I do ask that you pay any associated fees. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to ask. After the auction has ended, I'll give these a final shine and send them on their way to the winners.

*Edit* The tamperproof hologram stickers have arrived.



8  Economy / Collectibles / Requesting Feedback for New Silver Physical Garlic Bread Loaves on: February 05, 2018, 12:39:19 AM
*edit* From the last thread, there are some production details: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2838487.msg29417623#msg29417623

Ahoy, as many of you may have seen in the thread requesting that some people work on physical Garlic coins, I tried my hand at making silver garlic bread loaves to use for wallets.

After 3d modeling, setting the model in plaster, and then casting in silver, I've ended up with a couple of potential variations that I can produce. I'd like people's opinions on what they think is the best.

I'll have an imgur gallery link posted in a bit with more info *edit*(Here are the additional photos https://imgur.com/a/BvzNj), but the three variations are shown represented by the letters A, B, and C. A has a horizontal layered grain pattern. This is a result of the speed of the pour into the plaster mold. B and C have a bumpy grain pattern, however C is more highly finished after a longer duration inside of the rock tumbler + burnishing and polishing media. Its a little hard to tell from the pictures, but if you know about coins, C is smoother and has a more prooflike finish with less texturing, whereas B is a bit more burnished looking, with more texturing.

Any thoughts? Also, would people like custom made tamper proof stickers like what you'd find on a Cas/Lealana coin, or should I not worry about them, and just let people do whatever they'd like with the bars?


9  Economy / Goods / [SOLD] 2017 Old Rip Van Winkle 10 Year Handmade Bourbon on: January 31, 2018, 10:31:56 PM
Ahoy, I'm checking to see if anyone is interested in a bottle of Old Rip Van Winkle 10 year.





Here is a link to BayAreaCoin's Pappy sales thread as I'm sure he has far more information available than I do.  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2350633.0

Shipping to the US only, and you will need to be over 21 to sign for the package. While I doubt minors are looking for collectible bottles of bourbon to swill, miners are welcome!  Grin

Looking for $575 for the bottle with priority mail + signature confirmation included in the price. I'll accept BTC or a plethora of alt coins, get in contact with me if you'd like to know if I'll accept whatever you are offering. I'm happy to use escrow, however I ask that you pay any escrow fees associated.

if you have any questions please feel free to ask.
10  Economy / Goods / Sticker Hat Modular Hat System HAT2.0! (Free Bitcoin Patch with order) on: January 10, 2018, 01:23:58 AM
Hey guys, Mushbuh (Mushroomized) and I are selling Sticker Hats: https://sticker-hat.com/

A modular hat designed by Mushbuh that allows you to change the design whenever you like. Like to walk around sporting a proud Bitcoin symbol? Stick it on. Annoying guy walked up to you, lecturing you word for word what they heard about Bitcoin on CNN? Take it off.

We are currently selling the Starter Kit and December subscription patches, and if you order using Crypto you will receive a free Bitcoin patch, pictured below.

We are handling Crypto sales manually, so you can pm me, post here, or contact us on our website if you'd like one. We don't have a subscription system in place for cryptos, but we'll let you know if that changes any time soon.

We accept Bitcoin, Litecoin, BitBean and Ethereum. If you have something else you want to pay with, just ask. If you have any comments, questions, or general hate and discontent, feel free to let me know.









In addition, our latest abomination creation! Hatputer! more information here:  www.hatputer.com



11  Economy / Collectibles / [Closed] 2011 Year of the Rabbit Gold/Silver Coins on: January 30, 2017, 08:17:41 PM
update: The 1 KG Silver rabbits are sold

Hi, today I'm offering (2) 1 Kilogram silver 2011 Year of the Rabbit Silver Coins (or should I say plates?) made by the Perth mint, as well as (2) 1/10th oz Gold MS70 ANACS graded 2011 Year of the Rabbit coins. The 1 Kilogram silver rabbits come in mint airtites containers. Shipping to the US is free, if you are outside the US we can figure it out. If you are outside of the US, please make sure you are aware of any import taxes or restrictions your country charges.

For each 1/10th oz gold, I'm looking for
And for each 1 Kilogram silver, I'm looking for





I'm not sure where I put the photo of the silver ones, so I'll snap a better picture shortly. Until then, I just attached a stock photo.

If you have any questions, comments, concerns, grievances, bellyaching, or if you need life advice, feel free to ask. Of those, if they aren't relatively well related to the thread, send them via pm rather than posting here.  
12  Economy / Collectibles / [Pre ANN] Vulcanalia Mint Physical BTC and more on: October 13, 2016, 05:59:38 PM
*I will be updating the topic quite a bit while I think of better ways to word things, and as questions come in that help me address concerns, questions, and criticism. Think of this as a rough draft at the moment, but the topic will become more and more polished with time. I tend to write walls of text, so formatting changes will help overcome that.



Hi everyone, this is a pre announcement to something that has been quite a while in the making. I will soon be starting production on quite a few planned projects under the name Vulcanalia Mint. I wanted to first describe what Vulcanalia is all about, and then open it up to questions. As of the date of this post, I expect prototypes of my first projects to be done within a month or so, with sneak previews coming soon.

What this is:

Vulcanalia is its own mint through and through. The entire design and creation process is done in house, no third parties. Because of this, there will be some unique advantages and disadvantages to my work which I'll discuss below.

I'll first start by explaining the process for having Physical Bitcoins made. The creator designs what they would like, fronts the cash for materials and the order quantity, the mint has that design made into dies, the dies press blanks into coins, they are shipped back to the creator, and there you have it. The advantages to this, are that the coins can be mass produced quickly. The disadvantages however come in the terms of under utilizing creativity and material freedom. What happens if you want your coins produced as 1/8th oz parallelepipeds in blue gold? The mint will tell you get lost. What if you want your coins to be something other than coins? Again, they will tell you to get lost.

Vulcanalia will be able to produce non standard sized pieces with a greater range of creative freedom and material choice. If you have wondered why there aren't Platinum, Palladium, Rhodium, Blue Gold, Argentium, or Indium coins floating around, its because mints will not produce them. They are set up to punch out standard size rounds in mainly three materials, copper, silver, and gold.

Of course, there comes disadvantages. There are certain levels of two dimensional detail that I will not be able to achieve due to machinery restraints, and craftsman level consistency problems. Machines with perfectly set parameters will be able to infinitely reproduce the same exact work. introducing the human element invites error. But, with error comes charm, being completely uniform is boring. I intend to make up for the negative aspects of human error by overcompensating in favor of my customers.

What sort of products will you produce?

My setup is sort of a cross between a jeweler's setup and a forge. I can produce cast coins, as well as higher detailed pieces such as statues, or make rings, pendants, etc. I can produce just about anything in any type of non ferrous metal. If my firing kiln was a bigger, I could cast airplane parts.

Custom orders?

I will accept custom orders after I've established the mint a while. I'm going to need to fail a couple times before I'm confident that I can do anything, and I'd like to fail on my own terms before making promises and not being able to deliver.

What sizes and of what material will your products be made of?


You tell me, anything that I can melt, alloy, and cast will be done. Want a peg leg made of hepatizon? I'll let you know!


Why bother making a mint?


There have been a couple of things that have bothered me about the physical coin market for a long time. My introduction to numismatics was with collectors coins in precious metals and old world currencies. When the premium on a 1 ounce silver coin with a Bitcoin logo on it is the same as a 2000 year old silver coin in pretty good condition, it kind of bothers me. I want to reform the idea of Physical Bitcoins. A coin that is worth 1.03 BTC metal included selling for 2 BTC is not something that is exchangeable. Its a collectors piece I suppose, but its not going to change hands in the form of a gift, or to make semi Bitcoin payments to someone. I fully intend to have a line of exchangeable and affordable physical Bitcoins in addition to fancier pieces.

Keep in mind, anything that is made to be collectible usually is not.

13  Economy / Goods / [WTB] Germanium ingots/chunks on: October 06, 2016, 11:24:04 PM
I'm sure this is a real long shot since I'm having difficulty finding it myself, but I'm sure there are people around here with industrial ties to an industry that uses a lot of germanium. I'm hoping someone like that could help me source some. I need at least 3 9s. (99.9%) so home made scrap germanium from old transistors probably isn't sufficient, unless there is a very high quality purification method easily available. If you know a method, information would be highly appreciated.

Spot price is apparently ~$55/Oz however from my research its very clear to not expect to find anything quite like that. I'd prefer it in 1 troy ounce or smaller increments. Gram or partial gram increments would be fantastic, but I'll limit my desire to anything smaller than 1 troy oz.

Any information is greatly appreciated, thanks.

Wow I'm dumb, locking thread, found some for ~$5/gram not outrageously expensive.
14  Economy / Goods / [WTB] James Eads Prints on: September 10, 2016, 09:08:04 PM
I'm sure this is a long shot, but my sister asked me if she could use her BTC to buy some James Eads prints shes looking for. I figured why not ask.

Shes looking for a few in particular like:
http://www.jamesreadsmerch.com/products/blue-footed-booby-cap-edition-of-50
http://www.jamesreadsmerch.com/products/the-skully-mambo-ii-open-edition
Nightcap Series

However, if you have any, please feel free to let me know which, and how much you are asking, and I'll ask if she's interested.
15  Economy / Computer hardware / Closed on: September 01, 2016, 01:21:28 PM
Hi, I've got a replacement 390x being sent by Sapphire which will arrive on Saturday that I don't especially need, so checking to see if its something anyone is interested in it.

Heres the newegg link: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA4M543V3239&cm_re=Sapphire_Nitro_r9_390x-_-2W2-001A-00002-_-Product

Model Number: 11241-04-20G

and specs (taken from Newegg)

SpecificationsMfr Part Number: 11241-04-20GChipset: AMD Radeon R9 390XEngine Clock: 1080 MHzVideo Memory: 8GB GDDR5Memory Clock: 6000 MHz EffectiveMemory Interface: 512-bitBus: PCI-Express 3.0 x16Stream Processors: 2816RAMDAC: 400 MHzMax. Resolution: 4096 x 2160, Support 5x Display MonitorsConnectors:Input: 2x 8Pin PCI-E Power ConnectorsOutput: DVI-D, HDMI, 3x DisplayPortThermal: Fansink (Triple Fans)Dimensions: 12.1 x 5.0 x 1.7 inch / 308.0 x 127.0 x 42.3 mmThis Video Card Supports:Windows 10/ 8.1/ 8/ 7AMD CrossFireXAMD PowerTuneAMD ZeroCore Power TechnologyFreeSync TechnologyAMD EyefinityQuad HD Display (4K*2K Support)AMD HD3D TechnologyComponent Heat Spreader16K Hours CapacitorIntelligent Fan Control10mm Heat PipeDual BIOSAMD Tress FX technologyAMD Liquid VR technologyAMD TrueAudio technologyUniversal Video Decoder (UVD)Microsoft DirectX 12, OpenGL 4.5, OpenCL 2.0, Shader Model 5.0750W System Power Supply Requirement, 375W Power Consumption

New in box, and should have full warranty on it. I'll read the warranty info when it arrives, but it is 100% completely new in box unopened, so I'd imagine it has the same warranty as any new Sapphire 390x.

I'm looking for for it.
16  Economy / Collectibles / [Auction] MS69 1 BTC Gold/Silver Casascius Coin (ended) on: July 29, 2016, 08:45:35 PM
Hi all, I've decided to go the auction route rather than waiting to find a price I'm happy with, especially since I don't know what that price would be. Full disclosure, I purchased this Casascius Coin from Blazed recently for the price of 2.2 BTC in a strange turn of auction events. I'd prefer to have the BTC to reinvest into my Silver/Gold business so I'm placing it up for auction again. In the spirit of not being a jerk, I spoke with Blazed and offered a portion of any profit I made on this sale, however Blazed defered that their portion be donated to MinerJones' family who recently lost their home to a fire.

The starting bid is 2.35 BTC as I have that offer from Lutpin from my previous thread bid increments of 0.01BTC please. I asked Lutpin if the offer would stand if I placed the coin up for auction, and they agreed. The auction will end at 9PM US Eastern Time. For reference, the time of this post is approximately 4:45 US Eastern time, so the auction ends 28.25 hours from now.

50% of the profit made on this auction will be donated to MinerJones' family. As it was purchased for 2.2 BTC, if the ending price is 2.5 BTC, they will recieve .15 BTC, and so on.

The winning bid includes free Priority shipping with tracking number to the US, and signature confirmation if you would like it. If you are outside of the US, you are welcome to bid, however shipping terms will need to be negotiated.

If any bid is placed within the last 5 minutes of the auction ending, the auction end time will be extended by 5 minutes.

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.


17  Economy / Collectibles / Selling MS69 1BTC Silver/Gold Cas coin on: July 27, 2016, 11:53:58 PM
Moved to Auction: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1569362.0
18  Economy / Goods / Selling Silver and Gold Bullion at Low Prices! Updated 10/3/16 on: July 17, 2016, 08:48:41 PM
Hi all, I'm offering silver and gold bullion at or near spot price. You can see the price breakdown compared to spot value next to every listing. Every order ships free to the U.S via priority shipping with tracking label and signature confirmation if you would like it unless otherwise listed. I can ship same day if you order early enough, but within 1 business day of your order guaranteed. My inventory updates daily, so be sure to check back often for new products and sales!

If you are outside of the US, I can get you a shipping quote. Please make sure you are aware of your country's laws on importation of precious metals for any importation tax you may have to pay if you are outside of the US. I will abide by all of your country's importation laws. Declared package value is always the spot value of the metal, though I will do my best to make the package inconspicuous to lower risk of theft. I cannot be held responsible for issues with the package due to customs or international shipping problems. I will get the package sent out to you legally, after that I can make no absolute guarantees.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to ask.

Check here for a neat demonstration on testing gold/silver! https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1555690.msg15769186#msg15769186

Silver Spot Price (1 Troy Oz):

Gold Spot Price (1 Troy Oz):

Gold Spot Price (1 gram):

Thanks to tim-tams for the incredibly useful BTC:XAG/XAU converter: https://youmeandbtc.com/bitcoin-converter/


                       Fresh In!
(2) MS70 1/10oz Gold 2011 Perth Year of the Rabbit Coin  




(3) MS69 2004 1 Oz Silver Eagle   These Coins do have milk spots on them link below explains:
http://www.coinweek.com/education/coin-grading/ngc/coin-analyst-collectors-crying-milk-spotted-american-silver-eagles/



(7) 2 Oz Elemetal "Kraken" rounds   Spot +$7.50/Oz!   Comes in Acrylic Airtite Container!



(1) Roll of 20 1/2 oz Sunshine mint silver rounds   Spot +2$/Oz!



(2) 1 Oz Silver Nasty Fans Seats     here is a link to OGnasty's original thread with details: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=352515.0



(1) Roll of 25 1 Oz 2014 Perth Saltwater Crocodiles   Spot +$4/Oz!



(3) Rolls of 20 2014 1 Oz Philharmonics    Spot +2.50/Oz!





19  Economy / Goods / Selling Selmer La Voix II Alto Sax beautiful Black Nickle finish updated 7/27 on: July 02, 2016, 06:27:11 PM


full albumn of photos here: http://imgur.com/NC93e76,Y5NiLr6,VwqNTVB,4iKW4aB,msPKEnw,nqLM2Cz,J74SixR,JToeDpU,jja5682,W3kwkDm,Ryb15V9,7wFxRST#0

For sale is my Selmer La Voix II Alto Sax with black/gold nickle finish and mother of pearl inlaid keys. Its a drop dead gorgeous instrument with spectacular sound. As a semi professional model, its suitable for a wide range of players. Great for new players that want an instrument that wont limit them as they grow, up to well... semi professional players. Its in spectacular shape, no dings, nicks, scratches, or dents, and the cork is in good shape. The only wear is on the keys, where the wear should be.The MSRP on this Sax is in the $3k range, with some of the larger stores offering them for around $2.5k. I'm looking for   ,Gold/Silver, USD, or trade (surprise me!). That includes shipping to the US. I'm not sure what foreign shipping would cost, but I can easily get you a quote if needed. I'm content to use escrow with a mutually accepted reputable escrow agent. Included is the manufacturer's case, metal/plastic mouth piece, a couple boxes of spare reeds and various other cleaning supplies and such that I have. Everything will be disinfected before shipping, as I don't need you making a clone of me... I mean, so its sanitary.

If you have any questions, comments, insults, etc to share, feel free to let me know. I can get more pictures on request.

*Update*

I've lowered the price by $100, and will now include some bonus special secret surprises with the purchase of this Sax. They will be good surprises, nothing bad/dangerous/illegal etc.
20  Other / Off-topic / MOVED: April's fool joke on: April 01, 2016, 03:24:37 PM
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