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Bullion is gold, silver, or other precious metals in the form of coins, ingots, or bars. Typically bullion is used for trade on a market. The word bullion comes from the old French word bouillon, which meant "boiling" and was the term for a mint or melting house.
The value of bullion is typically determined by the value of its precious metals content, which is defined by its purity and mass. To assess the purity of gold bullion, the centuries old technique of fire assay is still employed, together with modern spectroscopic instrumentation, to accurately determine its quality in order to ensure the owner receives fair market value for it. It is also weighed extremely accurately.
Retailers may sometimes market ingots and bars of base metals, such as copper, nickel, and aluminium as bullion, but this is not a widely accepted definition.
Im consolidating my silver stash and want to trade out some coins... Everything else I have is in basic bullion bars/rounds... Looking to keep it all the same.
These are older foreign currency, a few of them are 50% silver from what Ive found.
In total they are 10 coins weighing 3.145oz
For trade is a Caspian government frame in stainless. It hasn’t had any work done on it, ready for your project!
I would like to trade for 7oz of silver (.999).
Willing to meet at Coat of Arms in Keizer, OR.
I thought I would combine these. Three quick questions on the the classifieds questions:
Is it fine to list precious metals (gold, silver, et al.) in the "Non-Firearm Item Classifieds" section? I'm assuming "yes" as I'm seeing all kinds of odds and ends there, but I figured I'd ask.