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Old 12-12-2012, 12:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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$3,200 a piece if you can prove they are legit... aweful big amount and with the PO # on them...mind i ask where you got these...
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My grandfather and I are big coin collectors. He gave me these a few days ago as a gift but didn't no much about them.
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They are still sealed in the orginal plastic right? I can see the American flag on the bottom one so I am guessing they are, you ned to get a very strong magnet and test if they are real,(if you need help with this pm me) if so you are looking at $3,373 a piece melt value, if you were to sell to a online dealer you would probably get around $3,250 or so a piece. Just wait a few weeks though, if we go over the "fiscal cliff" you are looking at an extra few hundred per bar at least.
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Thanks for the input guys appreciate it. I'm going to see if I have a magnet laying around somewhere
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Not a normal fridge magnet, it needs to be a stronger one than that(earth magnets), but you can get a rough idea witha smaller magnet, take a bar out of the plastic carefully(being in the orginal plastic increases the value) and tilt the bar at a 45 degree angle and it should slide down very slowly, if it moves fast it is mostly a lead bar. It would still need to be XRF tested to make sure it is not lead filled
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They are still sealed in the orginal plastic right? I can see the American flag on the bottom one so I am guessing they are, you ned to get a very strong magnet and test if they are real,(if you need help with this pm me) if so you are looking at $3,373 a piece melt value, if you were to sell to a online dealer you would probably get around $3,250 or so a piece. Just wait a few weeks though, if we go over the "fiscal cliff" you are looking at an extra few hundred per bar at least.
so im guessing it is best to buy gold and silver when the economy is good then sell when the economy is bad ? just generally speaking
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Offer sent. Not sure if you are willing to sell or not.

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so im guessing it is best to buy gold and silver when the economy is good then sell when the economy is bad ? just generally speaking
Usually, when the economy is doing really well, most major investors are buying stocks,bonds, real estate, which in turn means PM's are usually alot lower in prices. IE before 9/11 I bought 6 monters boxes of American Silver eagles for a little under $3,000 a box, I was able to sell just 1 of those six boxes last year, and I got $18,500, which more than covered the price of all six. And with the state of our economy, PM's should continue their upward climb for at least the next few years.
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