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September 07, 2013, 08:57:46 PM
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Offering up to 50 30 NWT Mint Stagecoach Silver Rounds.  .228BTC each

Offering up to 100 70 NWT Mint Ingots in Factory Plastic - .223BTC each

10 ounce increments on the ingots so I don't have to cut these up!








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Includes First Class insured mail to the U.S., 10+ ounces gets Priority Mail insured to the U.S.

Offers not accepted at this time - price is firm and includes shipping.  

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September 07, 2013, 09:51:23 PM
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Shipping costs to Europe?

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September 08, 2013, 12:51:16 AM
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Let me know what kind of quantity you're thinking and I'll get a quote together with a couple options.

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September 08, 2013, 12:54:46 AM
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very nice, watching and thinking..

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September 08, 2013, 01:08:39 AM
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Offering up to 50 NWT Mint Stagecoach Silver Rounds.  .25BTC each

Offering up to 100 NWT Mint Ingots in Factory Plastic - .24BTC each

10 ounce increments on the ingots so I don't have to cut these up!








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Includes First Class insured mail to the U.S., 10+ ounces gets Priority Mail insured to the U.S.

Offers not accepted at this time - price is firm and includes shipping. 

So about $30/ea (including shipping: $1.69)? Any quantity discounts? Spot is hovering between $22-$23 ATM so price seems a little high...these are just generic pieces.
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September 08, 2013, 02:21:27 AM
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So about $30/ea (including shipping: $1.69)? Any quantity discounts? Spot is hovering between $22-$23 ATM so price seems a little high...these are just generic pieces.



Nearly $24 on friday's close.  These didn't come out of the Spot+$1.50 bucket of your BST.  Fresh .999 in fresh packaging.

Domestic shipping includes insurance and tracking... A wee bit higher than $1.69.  If you want non-tracked, not insured - I'll provide a receipt copy showing I mailed a correct-weight package to your zip code at some agreeable discount.

Buy 100 and I'll drop them .006BTC.



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September 08, 2013, 06:16:21 AM
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Those NWT mint bars sealed in the plastic look strangely like some "replica" product I've seen floating around on the onion. Not saying these aren't the real deal but you should be weary that those bars are being faked.
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September 08, 2013, 10:14:27 AM
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So about $30/ea (including shipping: $1.69)? Any quantity discounts? Spot is hovering between $22-$23 ATM so price seems a little high...these are just generic pieces.



Nearly $24 on friday's close.  These didn't come out of the Spot+$1.50 bucket of your BST.  Fresh .999 in fresh packaging.

Domestic shipping includes insurance and tracking... A wee bit higher than $1.69.  If you want non-tracked, not insured - I'll provide a receipt copy showing I mailed a correct-weight package to your zip code at some agreeable discount.

Buy 100 and I'll drop them .006BTC.



Seriously not trying to come off as an asshole/know it all, etc. Generic silver is generic silver. What isn't generic silver? Things like national bullion pieces (Silver Eagles, Libertads, Maple Leafs, etc). Where I work, the ugliest of 1oz silver bars sells for the same price as one still in the plastic.

And questioning things like the authenticity of an item are good, but they can also be damning to a seller. Bars DO come packaged like this from a variety of mints.
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September 08, 2013, 11:03:03 AM
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Seriously not trying to come off as an asshole/know it all, etc. Generic silver is generic silver. What isn't generic silver? Things like national bullion pieces (Silver Eagles, Libertads, Maple Leafs, etc). Where I work, the ugliest of 1oz silver bars sells for the same price as one still in the plastic.

And questioning things like the authenticity of an item are good, but they can also be damning to a seller. Bars DO come packaged like this from a variety of mints.

I beg to differ on the generic.  The ugly might be priced the same as the fresh bars, but if youre saying it sells the same, then I'll happily trade your boss a bunch of uglies for his JM, Engelhard, Sunshine.  Heck, I'll do that trade and 50 cents.

In the shop that I work, all the clean non-christmas goes out first.  Then mishandled and spotty ASE and CML.  The abused and ugly sits forever until it goes in a bulk deal or discount. 

Authenticity is absolutely good.  Can't prove that from a photo, draw your own conclusions.  If you want some more photos of them, let me know. I can put some other coin/bullion items in that prove I know my .999 from a hole in the ground.

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September 08, 2013, 02:34:33 PM
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Those NWT mint bars sealed in the plastic look strangely like some "replica" product I've seen floating around on the onion. Not saying these aren't the real deal but you should be weary that those bars are being faked.

In that they are square and shiny? I'm not aware of any fakes from that mint yet and I try to keep an eye on what's available.

I would just acid test one when you get it and call it good.

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September 08, 2013, 03:28:52 PM
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Those NWT mint bars sealed in the plastic look strangely like some "replica" product I've seen floating around on the onion. Not saying these aren't the real deal but you should be weary that those bars are being faked.

In that they are square and shiny? I'm not aware of any fakes from that mint yet and I try to keep an eye on what's available.

I would just acid test one when you get it and call it good.
That's odd, they're all over the place.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWhBsqwSq3o

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8jMSKOEHpo

http://www.dailypaul.com/160639/lots-of-fake-silver-in-the-market-place-today

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September 09, 2013, 04:11:17 AM
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Those NWT mint bars sealed in the plastic look strangely like some "replica" product I've seen floating around on the onion. Not saying these aren't the real deal but you should be weary that those bars are being faked.

In that they are square and shiny? I'm not aware of any fakes from that mint yet and I try to keep an eye on what's available.

I would just acid test one when you get it and call it good.
That's odd, they're all over the place.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWhBsqwSq3o

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8jMSKOEHpo

http://www.dailypaul.com/160639/lots-of-fake-silver-in-the-market-place-today

Those are counterfeit bars you linked, not rounds.  And the bars aren't ones I'm aware of being available as "replicas."

I'm not interested mostly because of the price being rather high. Smiley


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September 09, 2013, 11:37:09 AM
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You guys are brutal.  Price adjusted to match online sellers.  Shipping still included here.

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September 09, 2013, 12:33:07 PM
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PM Sent, hoping you can send first.

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September 09, 2013, 10:50:22 PM
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You guys are brutal.  Price adjusted to match online sellers.  Shipping still included here.

Please accept my apologies, I realize now it's kind of unnecessary to point these things out. Someone needs to invent a cheap non-destructive method for testing precious metals... bitcoin is far superior in that regard.
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September 09, 2013, 11:57:22 PM
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Are you sure the are real Silver bars?
Looks exactly like the 2 fakes i won in a eBay Action some weeks ago.
Specially the plastic around it.



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September 10, 2013, 12:15:19 AM
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Are you sure the are real Silver bars?
Looks exactly like the 2 fakes i won in a eBay Action some week ago.
Specially the plastic around it.

Some mints sell them with the plastic on to protect the silver, not that uncommon. Really the only reliable way to tell if they are real is with ultrasound. The acid test works somewhat, and the magnet trick only works with those who are very skilled at doing it. That being said, I'll offer you .20 BTC per oz for 25 Oz on the grounds that I am allowed to test them in a non destructive method before sending payment since everyone is under the impression they are fake, escrow is fine.

Its actually somewhat rare for 1 Oz silver bullion to be faked well. Every so often you will find someone who spray painted a lead ingot or something like that, however good fakes tend to cost as much if not more than the 1 oz of silver itself. That and the very heavy penalties for faking precious metal bullion, people don't tend to do it often unless its very profitable.

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September 10, 2013, 01:33:40 AM
Last edit: September 10, 2013, 01:47:23 AM by ZetaOS
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I like the Silver, but i want to test it first whit some tests.
Buying one bar first...if the test results are good, that will be posted here and i am sure you sell them all really quickly.

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September 10, 2013, 02:53:40 AM
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One order shipped - Updated quantities in OP.  Recipient can choose to leave feedback if he wishes.

XRF Assay forthcoming, I didn't get time today. 

Zeta, PM'd you.

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September 13, 2013, 12:12:19 AM
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I received 50 oz of silver from xjack. He shipped first. I can say with confidence all silver received is 100% authentic.

Ingots are 29.4mm x 50.4mm x 2.38mm(rim) with low spots around 2.08. While hard to get accurate results, ultrasound came back in the 2mm range for silver. Weight is perfect

Rounds are standard 39.3mm wide and 2.8mm thick on the rims. Again, weight is perfect.

Overall, I got a good deal. thanks xjack!

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