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Lately, I have had a yearning for some nice stunning photos of Gold and Silver.
It has been a while, since we have had some new photos !

Please post your beautiful G&S photos, only like a GIMer can ! :s1:
 
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Ask TomD nicely. I'm sure he would be happy to fulfill your requests.
 

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Merry belated Christmas, Cornelius! ;)

21kg gold christmas tree  by Ginza Tanaka.jpg
(those are diamonds "wrapped" 'round the base of the 21kg gold "tree"):tongue_ma:

Anyone up for a game of Jenga? :rolleyes:

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And, here's something one doesn't see every day: Platinum in crystal form: :fisheye:
(Wouldn't mind having piece of that for the element collection! ;))

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:D
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I've never bought at that price, so can't show what I don't have. Shame you lost all your $5 silver, that's a bummer. :(
No need to be ashamed about your silver since you spent so much on it. You should be proud to show it off.

Btw, come here and we can take a little boat ride if you want to see the stuff. Some guys have been into gold and silver much longer than me. Not sure why you are on this little kick of yours. But keep it up. It is fun. Now let's see your $45 silver. Come on now. Show us.
 

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No need to be ashamed about your silver since you spent so much on it. You should be proud to show it off.

Btw, come here and we can take a little boat ride if you want to see the stuff. Some guys have been into gold and silver much longer than me. Not sure why you are on this little kick of yours. But keep it up. It is fun. Now let's see your $45 silver. Come on now. Show us.
You seem a bit stupid. What part of no $45 silver didn't you grasp? I just figured anyone with some $5 silver would be proud to show it off I know I would. I didn't buy at $5, or even close. I have no problem telling the truth, and would have no problem saying if I had bought $45 silver. My cost average is about $24, so I'm upside down, but not bothered.
 

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You seem a bit stupid. What part of no $45 silver didn't you grasp? I just figured anyone with some $5 silver would be proud to show it off I know I would. I didn't buy at $5, or even close. I have no problem telling the truth, and would have no problem saying if I had bought $45 silver. My cost average is about $24, so I'm upside down, but not bothered.
You seem stupid. What part of I lost it while boating don't you get. Figured you would catch the drift by now. Haven't seen 90% silver before?
 

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^^^ Now THAT's what a proper basement should look like!;)

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if you havent had the pleasure, get your hands on a centenario

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Before you post photos of your stash or parts of same, you might want to use an image EXIF editor to strip out the EXIF data which may contain the location coordinates of where the picture ]was taken.


Just sayin’,
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Before you post photos of your stash or parts of same, you might want to use an image EXIF editor to strip out the EXIF data which may contain the location coordinates of where the picture a]was taken.


Just sayin’,
R.
Good points here's how to remove meta data in Gimp.


https://www.makeuseof.com/tag/3-ways-to-remove-exif-metadata-from-photos-and-why-you-might-want-to/
2. Remove EXIF Data Using GIMP

GIMP is a free and open-source software that can easily strip EXIF data from an image. It may even be easier than the Windows 10 method above!

Open GIMP.
Open your image in GIMP.
Go to File > Export As to export the image. Name it whatever you want, but make sure you give the image a JPG extension!
Click the Export button.
For export options, expand the Advanced Options panel and uncheck Save EXIF data.
Change the other options to your liking, then click Export to finish.
 

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I love poured bars.
 

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Anything with that serial numbers gotta be fake ......
are you fuckin wit me?
would you like me to photoshop a different serial number onnit?

Y'all can post yer bars with serial numbers intact iffin ya want.
 

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are you fuckin wit me?
would you like me to photoshop a different serial number onnit?

Y'all can post yer bars with serial numbers intact iffin ya want.
LOL......nothing like poking a hornets nest:computer:.....might be a few real ones here you can borrow :winks2: in all seriousness those 5ozers are pretty rare to find
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After researching and scrimping and saving for the last 13 years I finally made my 1st purchase a few months ago. With the recent moves in the metals I am obviously very excited. It's just amazing to look at this piece and see a lifetimes of stored excess wages right there.
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I know the request is for gold and silver but thought I would throw my purple diamonds out there as well. :winks2:
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^^^ I had a couple almost that bad that I got from a 90% bag. I carried two in my pocket just to make me feel good. Having two large silver coins in my pocket did make me feel good.
 

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Someone threw that in in a deal we made earlier this year. I thought it was an awesome gesture:beer:
When I play poker I going to use it as a card protector too. When I flip it it sings so pretty like only silver can too. :)

I actually did visit my stash this weekend to take some updated photos but the batteries had died on the safe and I just was to busy.
 

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LOL......nothing like poking a hornets nest
<heh> Yep, callin someone's precious fake is call for a reaction, all right. Fake it ain't, see:
(serial numbers changed to protect the innocent)
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In the past (ten years ago or so) I focused on engelhard poured bars. I have about 40 poured ten ouncers, only two fives, one three, one four and one seven ounce. I stupidly passed on purchasing a hallmark set of four bars one time because the guy wanted two dollars over spot for em.
:rage 1

If that's yer collection, ttazz, I like this one:
10 oz bar.JPG
Is it for sale?

BF
 

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LOL......nothing like poking a hornets nest:computer:.....might be a few real ones here you can borrow :winks2: in all seriousness those 5ozers are pretty rare to find /QUOTE]

I love those Engelhard poured bars.
 

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<heh> Yep, callin someone's precious fake is call for a reaction, all right. Fake it ain't, see:

In the past (ten years ago or so) I focused on engelhard poured bars. I have about 40 poured ten ouncers, only two fives, one three, one four and one seven ounce. I stupidly passed on purchasing a hallmark set of four bars one time because the guy wanted two dollars over spot for em.
:rage 1

If that's yer collection, ttazz, I like this one:
Is it for sale?

BF
yep thats a old inventory picture from a few years ago before putting them in storage.....got em somewhere.....if i dig them up sometime i will let you know sir.....looking at my inventory list that one is unique in its type and serial number range, im one of those people that has to cataloge and document things...its easier to fondle the pictures LOL :beer:
 

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that one is unique in its type and serial number range
Yep, agree with you there. If I recall correctly, the 'bull' logo on the bar means it's an aussie issue.
Do you have any that has MFR stamped on them? I have two tens that do.

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Yep, agree with you there. If I recall correctly, the 'bull' logo on the bar means it's an aussie issue.
Do you have any that has MFR stamped on them? I have two tens that do.

BF
not that i know of .....been several years since i touched them...and no notes to that effect on my inventory sheet... i am a accumulator not a collector if that makes sense so no telling whats actually in the pile