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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Stagecoach Silver Rounds

These are way cool. An easily divisible one ounce silver round.

Check it out, here.

 
H/T, Commander Zero.

Stephen

12 comments:

  1. The desire to be able to make easy divisions into both quarters or thirds is why a lot of the early money systems were base 12.

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    1. Some even carried shears to cut their gold and silver. I'm into the book now. Not a bad read, in fact, I'm enjoying it. Thanks, my friend.

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  2. Too bad it said a 10 to 14 week wait.

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  3. This is a test reply. To see if you get redirected to my very early Blog

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    1. It worked and left a comment. I'll try and remember to link you here tomorrow. Well done.

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  4. Hey, that is pretty cool.

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    1. I think so too. Just wonder if its a full one ounce coin since it's segmented. Thanks, Bro.

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  5. I got one!!!! Only took about two weeks. The little card that came with it says....1 Troy Ounce, 31.1035 Grams, 1.097 Avoirdupois Ounce.

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  6. That's nice, Sharon. I'll wait on the price drop. That little Montana company is a bit expensive for my blood. One day I'll order a few pieces. Thanks, Sharon.

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  7. You can get them here.

    http://bullion.nwtmint.com/silver_stagecoach.php

    Dennis

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  8. Dennis, thank you very much for the link. Don't be a stranger...

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