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Various manufactures, all .999 or greater pure.

$180 shipped.

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Sure why not. PM sent.
 

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You got a good deal based on the current price. :)
I'm not sure I'm ready to buy metals at this time...I see about a 50/50 chance they break lower. I'll average down later if it goes lower. Maybe I'll buy them off you for $20 an oz. at that point ;).
 

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You got a good deal based on the current price. :)
I'm not sure I'm ready to buy metals at this time...I see about a 50/50 chance they break lower. I'll average down later if it goes lower. Maybe I'll buy them off you for $20 an oz. at that point ;).
if it goes lower thats fine. ill save them for 10 years then see whats up. i will hopefully never be in a situation that i have to dump precious medals for cheaper then i bought em.
 

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if it goes lower thats fine. ill save them for 10 years then see whats up. i will hopefully never be in a situation that i have to dump precious medals for cheaper then i bought em.
That's easy, keep buying more oz at lower prices. That's the way to play long term holdings. For best results look into using ETF's like SLV to create a hedge of sorts. OP is either out of the loop or being generous here because you're getting them at melt. You'd typically have to pay 10% or more in premium to scoop physical silver.
 

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That's easy, keep buying more oz at lower prices. That's the way to play long term holdings. For best results look into using ETF's like SLV to create a hedge of sorts. OP is either out of the loop or being generous here because you're getting them at melt. You'd typically have to pay 10% or more in premium to scoop physical silver.
yea I'm pretty happy.
 

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That's easy, keep buying more oz at lower prices. That's the way to play long term holdings. For best results look into using ETF's like SLV to create a hedge of sorts. OP is either out of the loop or being generous here because you're getting them at melt. You'd typically have to pay 10% or more in premium to scoop physical silver.
I'm being generous. I could have gotten more for them and I know it. It's only 6 ounces that I had kicking around. My other silver is in 10oz or larger bars or rounds. These were the only 1oz bars I had rattling around! Most of them i have had for a long time and am making $ on them. The scottsdale's are new. i just wanted to buy a couple of 1oz bars to test that company out. The 1oz round is really nice actually! So nice that I had to buy it's big brother (the tube). I also like the hand poured bars they sell.

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I started buying silver when my 401K started tanking awhile ago.I am not buying anymore for awhile though. I think it's on the way down....
 

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I'm being generous. I could have gotten more for them and I know it. It's only 6 ounces that I had kicking around. My other silver is in 10oz or larger bars or rounds. These were the only 1oz bars I had rattling around! Most of them i have had for a long time and am making $ on them. The scottsdale's are new. i just wanted to buy a couple of 1oz bars to test that company out. The 1oz round is really nice actually! So nice that I had to buy it's big brother (the tube). I also like the hand poured bars they sell.

Scottsdale Silver & Gold LLC

I started buying silver when my 401K started tanking awhile ago.I am not buying anymore for awhile though. I think it's on the way down....
Very nice of you to share the wealth like that...seriously. Most metal sellers are beyond greedy and if/when the hype dies out as I suspect it has/will good luck to them fetching 30-40% premiums for physical. ;)

If this $26ish support fails silver could fall quickly to about the $18 level.
On the upside I wouldn't be convinced till $30 and $35 are surpassed because there is potential supply at those levels.
 

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Very nice of you to share the wealth like that...seriously. Most metal sellers are beyond greedy and if/when the hype dies out as I suspect it has/will good luck to them fetching 30-40% premiums for physical. ;)

If this $26ish support fails silver could fall quickly to about the $18 level.
On the upside I wouldn't be convinced till $30 and $35 are surpassed because there is potential supply at those levels.
I only shared the wealth so to speak because it was only 6 ounces! If it were 60 I might have been slightly more inline with common physical silver prices. I don't see 40% premiums for physical but if it occurs I will do very well! Much better than I have been doing on my 401k this year haha. was going to post on ebay also but I'm not really a fan of them even thought he scottsdales were going for around $34 an ounce. Don't even get me stared on craigs list! I see silver headed to the 18-20 range soon. I got in silver pretty early and did well on some silver stock shares. I dumped that and awhile ago and made a nice profit. I also started buying bars. It's more fun to have some physical inventory!
 
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