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    Palladium price?

    How to dispose these items fast? Found by locals in one of remote place in the Phils. just happened to check on them.
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    us
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    What are those from?

    106.4 is the atomic weight of Pd 46, 46 being its element number on the periodic table.

    You need to determine the purity, if there are any contamination concerns, and then contact a refiner. There are some industrial PM refiners in Los Angeles, you could probably crate it up and send it insured to them if you are in the Phillipines.

    Other than that, good luck!

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    ph
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    Yea ur ryt. Its from PI. Thnx.

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    i'm from the php also,,i have found something like yours,,and we have the same problem on how to dispose them all..the smaller one of mines weigh 250 kilos and the larger one is 1000kilo.,,i ask you brad nabenta mo na ba ito?magkano kuha?please pm me here..wackiezeisen@ymail.com..hope you help me..

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    us
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    Pure palladium is worth over 10,000 dollars a pound...someone is rich.

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    More than likely someone is about to get scammed...
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    I agree with TP69. But you need to find an honest refiner that can handle all precious metals. I deal with a local family owned refiner (C&A Refiners), in the Detroit area. ARA in TX also has good results. But IMO its just more convenient to deal locally if at all possible. Nice find though man.

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    us
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    If I remember correctly we had a story on treasurenet about three years ago concerning the same story and it was all a scam.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marchas45 View Post
    If I remember correctly we had a story on treasurenet about three years ago concerning the same story and it was all a scam.
    Absolutely. The Philippines are second only to Nigeria when it comes to scams. A lot of them tend to center around "found money and PM's". There are these conspiracy theories stating that the US government took billions of dollars worth of gold, special $100 bills, and other valuables over to the Philippines and buried them there for safe keeping. Every time you turn around there is another poster from the Philippines claiming they found something valuable and need to sell it quickly. Buyer beware...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TreasurePirate69 View Post
    Absolutely. The Philippines are second only to Nigeria when it comes to scams. A lot of them tend to center around "found money and PM's". There are these conspiracy theories stating that the US government took billions of dollars worth of gold, special $100 bills, and other valuables over to the Philippines and buried them there for safe keeping. Every time you turn around there is another poster from the Philippines claiming they found something valuable and need to sell it quickly. Buyer beware...
    The Big Question over this Metals is were ALL this metal came from , why Here in the Phil Who bring it Here we dont even have our own HAMMER made in the Phil.....from 25KG to 217KG , upto 336KG some of it are Magnetic and others are Non Magnetic... also Nickel Bobbit (Lead Base) , (Tin Base and Nickel Base). I hope some still left over for you ,because what i know most of it were brought to china using there Mining operation here as Front.
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    Last edited by joe; Aug 06, 2013 at 04:03 AM.

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    If anyone out there is foolish enough to fall for this palladium scam, let me known.
    I have 60 pounds of Babbitt/tin bars I'll let go for only $1000.00 a pound ! LOL
    Cash only, no checks. LOL

 

 

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