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    Quote Originally Posted by Megalodon View Post
    The disaster in Australia can be explained by scientific evidence. According to the NSW Rural Fire Service, the major source of ignition has been dry lightning. The dry conditions have also been explained. Kindly do not trivialize the deaths of people and over 1 Billion animals with your nonsense and hatred.
    The event in Australia is nothing compared to what is coming if you believe the words contained in the Bible. Hatred no, sadness yes for all the animals and loss of life. I take it your not a Christian believer to each his own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timecop67 View Post
    If I had to do it over......I would put more money into platinum and gold as my silver stock is getting extremely heavy. My bank teller tried to lift my safety deposit
    box but couldn't budge it. I told her it was all Gold. lol. With inflation, National debt, natural disasters and more wars on the rise.....metals are a sure thing going into the future along with guns, prepper tools, dry food etc. Stocks in my opinion are similar to Ponzi schemes....just don't want to be holding them if we ever get a repeat of the 29 crash. Some other reasons to hold metals which is money off the GRID: divorces, bankruptcies, shielding money from inheritance taxes, or Nursing home rackets.
    I keep my silver stash on a pallet and move it around on a forklift
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    Quote Originally Posted by trdking View Post
    I keep my silver stash on a pallet and move it around on a forklift
    You too? Don't you hate it when the weight of the forklift cracks your tile floors...
    "Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence." - John Adams

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timecop67 View Post
    The event in Australia is nothing compared to what is coming if you believe the words contained in the Bible. Hatred no, sadness yes for all the animals and loss of life. I take it your not a Christian believer to each his own.
    You know nothing about me and your assumptions about me as as wrong as your literal bible interpretations. FYI, I attended and excelled at parochial schools from k-8 and then also through parochial high school. I received a very good education - a foundation for college and graduate school, which included the understanding that my God is not one of hate and vengeance but of Love. There is no conflict between legitimate religions and science. I feel sorrow for those weak and ignorant individuals who join cults - masquerading as "the" true religion, that then use them for their evil purposes. I will say no more on this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Megalodon View Post
    You too? Don't you hate it when the weight of the forklift cracks your tile floors...
    I spent a good while buying one gallon tubs of worn out silver coins These were popular 30 or so years ago Have 72 of these tubs all stacked on a pallet shrink wrapped and stashed in my warehouse High up on the pallet shelf. looks like a pallet of paint. No one pays it any mind.
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    Well I think I need to own up to my part in stirring the pot here a time or two, and between several here, I would say we contributed to hijacking this thread somewhat.

    Jyorsky, I hope you ended up with something you like AND feel good about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trdking View Post
    I spent a good while buying one gallon tubs of worn out silver coins These were popular 30 or so years ago Have 72 of these tubs all stacked on a pallet shrink wrapped and stashed in my warehouse High up on the pallet shelf. looks like a pallet of paint. No one pays it any mind.
    I thought you were joking about the forklift. I prefer your term "worn out" to "junk" silver (hate that term - to me zincoins are junk coins...).
    Did you go through those old coins to assemble date sets? If not, I think it would be a fun thing to do with a grandchild.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Megalodon View Post
    I thought you were joking about the forklift. I prefer your term "worn out" to "junk" silver (hate that term - to me zincoins are junk coins...).
    Did you go through those old coins to assemble date sets? If not, I think it would be a fun thing to do with a grandchild.
    Worn out meaning the better majority of the coins have the dates worn off or faintly visible They are the magazine example of plain ol worn out. But they are still silver and at the time the very best way to buy it. (as Junk)
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    Quote Originally Posted by trdking View Post
    Worn out meaning the better majority of the coins have the dates worn off or faintly visible They are the magazine example of plain ol worn out. But they are still silver and at the time the very best way to buy it. (as Junk)
    I agree. Not only was this the best way to buy it - but IMO, it remains the best way to sell it, because there is less emotional attachment to low grade coins than there might be to choice condition coins where the design elements show maximum detail and the art intended by the designer. There's a huge difference in appearance between a choice EF-UNC Walker and one in poor-AG. No one should feel bad about selling the poor grade coins for melt value.
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    I have gotten literally pounds of silver at thrift stores for next to nothing recently bags of Gorman forks 1 dollar the smaller olive forks
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    Quote Originally Posted by A2coins View Post
    I have gotten literally pounds of silver at thrift stores for next to nothing recently bags of Gorman forks 1 dollar the smaller olive forks
    Very cool! That is a less common fork! Did you post pics of those? You will look very sophisticated when you bring these to fish out the olives after martinis served at your next formal hunt. Just what you need after a day digging and discussing pull tabs with friends.

    They are also sometimes called pickle forks, but I would use them for oysters! Trivia - when used for oysters, they are set on the right side of the plate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Megalodon View Post
    I agree. Not only was this the best way to buy it - but IMO, it remains the best way to sell it, because there is less emotional attachment to low grade coins than there might be to choice condition coins where the design elements show maximum detail and the art intended by the designer. There's a huge difference in appearance between a choice EF-UNC Walker and one in poor-AG. No one should feel bad about selling the poor grade coins for melt value.
    Yes and if everything hits the sticks It is still recognizable coinage and can be traded in small denominations with out having to bust out the ol hacksaw making pieces of eight. That was the rational at the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by A2coins View Post
    I have gotten literally pounds of silver at thrift stores for next to nothing recently bags of Gorman forks 1 dollar the smaller olive forks

    nice work Tommy. I also find lots of silver (and gold) everywhere. Yardsales thrift stores area cornucopia The tiniest bit of gold charm is worth 30 to 50 bucks. People just don't realize
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    Quote Originally Posted by Megalodon View Post
    Very cool! That is a less common fork! Did you post pics of those? You will look very sophisticated when you bring these to fish out the olives after martinis served at your next formal hunt. Just what you need after a day digging and discussing pull tabs with friends.

    They are also sometimes called pickle forks, but I would use them for oysters! Trivia - when used for oysters, they are set on the right side of the plate.
    Yep posted them a couple months ago along with a fairly big bowl sterling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trdking View Post
    nice work Tommy. I also find lots of silver (and gold) everywhere. Yardsales thrift stores area cornucopia The tiniest bit of gold charm is worth 30 to 50 bucks. People just don't realize
    I find earings alot 14k where it marked on the post people miss that alot.
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