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  • pckiawah pckiawah Jun 28, 2006 2:55 PM Flag

    No 10 oz. bars...

    ...available in brand names from Apmex, Kitco. Does anyone know where to buy these bars?

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    • Something doesn't make sense with that information. How can they have a 50 oz minimum when all they have are 100 oz'ers? I guess they forgot to remove that when they quit offering the 10 oz'ers. I think the PAAS bars are made by NW territories mint with their hallmark.

    • If you don't mind me asking, what's wrong with CEF?

      Anyway, you don't mention your location.

      I got my 1000 oz bars at Scotiabank Toronto, King & Bay location. I think you can take delivery at any Scotiabank branch in Canada.

      I had phoned all the Canadian banks and no-one at any of the other banks could tell me if the banks could sell me 1000 oz bars.

      Oh, BTW - most of the people at Scotiabank told me Scotiabank didn't sell 10/100/1000 oz Siver bars either.

      They all tried to get me to buy certificates (and charge for storing the certificates - charges higher than the safety deposit box fees I'm paying now for the actual bullion).

    • read ted butler there simply is not enough above ground silver in bullion form to meet demand. No 10 bars anywhere, 100 ounce bars trade above spot. Only Ted Butler knows whats going on with comex bars. All the flatware was crushed and melted down. Can you find a pre nickle quarter in your change without a fridge magnet. You might have to buy silver stock or etf if you want any silver because there is no bullion left. You might also try estate sales you might pick up some flatware there if your lucky.

 
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