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Author Topic: [WTS] Silver Bullion, Cheapest Prices, Large Selection, Escrow OK!  (Read 1060 times)
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November 28, 2013, 01:55:07 AM
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Some of you may know me from bitmit as MarketAnarchist, I sold silver there for a long time with an impeccable record, highly competitive prices, and many satisfied customers. Unfortunately bitmit is now deceased so I am advertising my services here instead. As far as I am aware, with a few exception, my prices beat all major retailers. I have most of the most common media in stock. Just pm and we can work out the details. And of course I am more than happy to use any reputable escrow provider that you may select from these forums.

Pricing: (examples uses silver at 20 dollars and bitcoin at 1000)
  • Good+ condition government mint 999 : Weight*SilverSpot*1.18/BitStampUSD : 0.0238BTC/troyOz (Beats competitors)
  • Random condition government mint 999 : Weight*SilverSpot*1.17/BitStampUSD : 0.0232BTC/troyOz (Beats competitors)
  • Premium brand bars (i.e. engelhard/scottsdale) : Weight*SilverSpot*1.18/BitStampUSD : 0.0236BTC/troyOz (Not even offered by competitors)
  • Generic bars and rounds (silvertown/ntr) : Weight*SilverSpot*1.07/BitStampUSD : 0.0226BTC/troyOz (Can't beat competitors here)
  • 90% US Silver Coinage : FaceValue*SilverSpot*0.79/BitStampUSD : 0.015BTC/1$face (My best value IMO)

SilverSpot can be found here (http://www.kitco.com/charts/livesilver.html) and BitStampUSD here (https://www.bitstamp.net/)








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November 28, 2013, 11:25:38 PM
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I didn't make any purchases from yourself but I do remember the user MarketAnarchist, I hope this helps.

Those coins look #swag, good luck  Smiley.
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November 29, 2013, 02:24:03 AM
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December 09, 2013, 01:18:13 AM
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Would you like to trade for some Casacius Coins? See link in signature. PM me if interested.
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December 17, 2013, 02:28:21 AM
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I would still like to trade if you do?
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December 17, 2013, 05:04:02 PM
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I would still like to trade if you do?

I really wanted an "ANACS MS-65+ 2011 1BTC w/ elusive "Casascius" series I hologram" except i dont have any interest in paying extra for the error. Still with that being said I may be interested in some low premium coins. Can you do a 2013 1btc coin for 1.15 btc worth of silver?

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