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September 16, 2012, 03:31:55 PM
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In the auction description, the rounds appear loose. Are they kept in protective sleeves?

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September 16, 2012, 03:38:18 PM
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These are all 1oz 99,9% pure silver coins no?

Yes, 1 Troy Ounce each, 99.9% silver.

In the auction description, the rounds appear loose. Are they not kept in protective sleeves, at least?

No protective sleeves, but stored in my safe on a felt pad & only handled with gloves. No fingerprints or milk-spots.

(I'd purchased them as conversation piece for people interested in silver, now just don't have the room in my safe)

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September 16, 2012, 08:00:37 PM
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Wouldn't buying them on Ebay, and then not paying via ebay, and doing the transaction via BTC be a very bad idea? Lots of room for abuse, shipping fiasco, etc. Not to mention coins tend to sell for an extra 10% or higher premium on Ebay, just to cover the Ebay/PP Fees.

If they went at a price I was comfortable with, I'd either pay the bid in PP, or I'd offer 85% of Gox value in BTC. You are going to lose 3.4% to Paypal + 9% to Ebay.

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