yea i have 3 ron paul silver dollars from 08, and a silver liberty tenth anniversary from 08, a copper liberty ounce from 07, i think its 100 copper tea party copper ounces, and pristine condition $1 silver certificate. i used to have more liberty coins i sold a bunch a couple years ago. i think i threw away all the liberty dollar pamphlets i had.
PM Fan You should check on eBay (just be careful).SilverDuder We should hang onto our Liberty Dollars for dear life. Even the pamphlets are collector’s items nowadays. What makes a Liberty Dollar exceptional for me, besides the silver content, is the fact that it stands for true liberty and justice.
WoW, if a copper tea party round fetches that high, then a silver one will sell at much higher I suppose. I have at some stage considered to go all out on copper as well, but I’ve found that silver offers much better value for money.
I have one (or two). I mainly buy silver rounds or 90% now a days and I made a large purchase of rounds a while back from my local coil dealer. His main business is graded coins and collectables so he just thought they were generic rounds. I was very please to discover them in the tube.
" I have thought about this. If it is not in the US, it is a risk IMO.
Even in the US, it could still be seized in a bank holiday. hard to say
Thanks for perspective, Mammoth "Reply To: Chinese yuan bank account
" Silver Dollar - if I cash out now I cannot buy silver in Ecuador for anywhere near this ridiculously low price. Its just that I have been concerned that when things collapse all I will be able to get over here is the cash. And I have to worry if some government will steal all funds in goldmoney.
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" Store a radio in a steel container, make sure to bubble wrap it for insulation. Stick it in the attic, garage, wherever as a spare in case of confiscation. I have an old Drake tube rig I am restoring that will be mostly EMP proof "Reply To: Ham radio
" Nice Shootin' TEX!
I am thinking avoid the ASE's (I have some) as they are prolly tracked by Big Bro... at least the bulk purchases, as I started out with. But that went down in Lake Monroe, stupid of me to take the stack with me on vacation! You are best off buying with cash, and junk is usua... "Reply To: EBAY: ASE's at 40% PREMIUM
Call it a Petit Mal, mild stroke, or just a temporary lapse of sanity, but I went against my junk coin roots last night. Earlier, I had stated my preference for junk. This remains true to this day, but last night I purchase some silver from Apmex that in no way can be considered junk:
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" I feel ya Mary. My average buying cost is around $30....Although as you said, I still believe in all the fundamentals, and where silver SHOULD be, its hard not to get discouraged at WHERE IT ACTUALLY IS!
"200 years from now your silver will still be valuable."
Statements like this absolutel... "Reply To: My Faith in Silver is Just About Broken
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