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  1. #46

    Jun 2007
    23

    Re: Platinum Bars Treasures.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nashoba
    It's just my take but the pic posted looks like a replica of a page that was folded two ways creating four squares...............i.e a folded photocopy and one that appears to have been wet at one time

    ~Nash~
    Hello Nash,

    It's not a replica pic. It's a real pic. The owner folds the pic and keep inside his wallet.

  2. #47

    May 2006
    Mesa, AZ
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    Re: Platinum Bars Treasures.

    So what was this picture of, the gold or platinum? You never said.
    Sincerely,
    Randy Wright
    Mix Engineer

  3. #48

    Jun 2007
    23

    Re: Platinum Bars Treasures.

    Quote Originally Posted by djui5
    So what was this picture of, the gold or platinum? You never said.
    Let me confirm again. It's a gold bar. From what i heard it's not gold bars from banks and it doesn't have stamp. It seems that they found the gold and melt it and make a new bars.


  4. #49
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    Re: Platinum Bars Treasures.

    in that case you are going to need to sell
    them to a refinery in your country.
    One which is willing to test them first
    & keep their mouths Shut.

    Or you will need to find out the Maximum amount you can
    sell without Questions & sell in that Quantity.

    Your Best bet, Whatever you decide,
    Don't offer them at Destressed Prices
    to the Public, in order to get rid of them.

    This could set off bells causing More trouble
    then you bargained for.

    although I am sure there is somone willing to give
    $1.00 for one, untested, that would be a Major loss
    for you's.

    Jeff

  5. #50

    Jun 2007
    23

    Re: Platinum Bars Treasures.

    Quote Originally Posted by jeff of pa
    in that case you are going to need to sell
    them to a refinery in your country.
    One which is willing to test them first
    & keep their mouths Shut.

    Or you will need to find out the Maximum amount you can
    sell without Questions & sell in that Quantity.

    Your Best bet, Whatever you decide,
    Don't offer them at Destressed Prices
    to the Public, in order to get rid of them.

    This could set off bells causing More trouble
    then you bargained for.

    although I am sure there is somone willing to give
    $1.00 for one, untested, that would be a Major loss
    for you's.

    Jeff
    Thanks for the advice Jeff. We also have coins.






  6. #51

    Jun 2007
    23

    Re: Platinum Bars Treasures.

    More coins.


  7. #52
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    Re: Platinum Bars Treasures.

    Cool

    The Walking libertys look like One OZ Silver Bullion Coins.

    Value as I'm Typing this about $12.32

    Silver just Took a Dive

    Looks like Gold fell off the edge too

    The other coins I'v never seen Before

  8. #53

    Dec 2006
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    Re: Platinum Bars Treasures.

    The 1790's to 1804 bust dollars are fakes. I would be suspicious of the whole lot.

  9. #54

    May 2006
    Mesa, AZ
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    Re: Platinum Bars Treasures.

    Quote Originally Posted by l.cutler
    The 1790's to 1804 bust dollars are fakes. I would be suspicious of the whole lot.
    So are the 1798's, never made half's that year.

    Those gold bars aren't gold bars either.

    Sincerely,
    Randy Wright
    Mix Engineer

  10. #55
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    Re: Platinum Bars Treasures.

    Quote Originally Posted by djui5
    Quote Originally Posted by l.cutler
    The 1790's to 1804 bust dollars are fakes. I would be suspicious of the whole lot.
    So are the 1798's, never made half's that year.

    Those gold bars aren't gold bars either.

    Not Halves, The Walking Liberties are Bullion Coins
    So the others have to be 1 OZ Bullion Size Also.

    Could be silver Rounds. or counterfeits.
    take them to a jeweler

  11. #56

    Jun 2007
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    Re: Platinum Bars Treasures.

    I would politely suggest that nobdy offer to buy anything from this gentleman...I don't care if he does fold up the picture and put it in his wallet...it's still a crappy picture.

  12. #57
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    Re: Platinum Bars Treasures.

    First off I don't see him asking anyone to Buy.

    Therefore Even IF they are Fake, No Attempt
    to Defraud has happend.

    He asked Where to Sell Them.

    His Question

    "Is it possibe for us to sell this treasure.
    Is there any club or maybe group that buys platinum bars?"


    Until you Prove Otherwise, I request you please
    give him the same respect you afford other Members.

    JEFF

    P.S. Yes I am sure there are Collectors that Buy Counterfeits,
    IF they turn out to be that.
    But without knowing where you are from, I have no way to
    even Suggest who to Suggest.


  13. #58

    May 2006
    Mesa, AZ
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    Re: Platinum Bars Treasures.

    sorry Jeff!

    To the OP, Please be very careful with this situation, it appears that the items are fakes.
    Sincerely,
    Randy Wright
    Mix Engineer

  14. #59

    Jun 2007
    23

    Re: Platinum Bars Treasures.

    Quote Originally Posted by able_walker
    I would politely suggest that nobdy offer to buy anything from this gentleman...I don't care if he does fold up the picture and put it in his wallet...it's still a crappy picture.
    I'am not selling anything to you sir. Please don't accuse me anything wrong.

  15. #60
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    Re: Platinum Bars Treasures.

    all I can say Seaview.

    IF You Want to Send me One of each of the Coins probono,
    (Free to prevent Accusations)
    I can have them Tested for you. & let you know if
    they are Real of Counterfeit. & either Return them
    or send you their value to me, to you.

    Of course you would need to PM me for my address,
    And also tell me where you are located, To be sure we are
    not breaking any Trafficking laws.

    However as I said, You could save Money
    going to a Jeweler in your area with ONE
    & asking him if it's real.

    However after Checking, I can almost assure you the 1790's
    Dollars are Either Counterfeits, Copys, Or Silver Rounds.

 

 
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