”Blackbirds tend to like shiny objects” ~ The Bloody Raven
So, let’s get on with it shall we.
No Serial Numbers.
And like all generic bars there are no published statistics of the Mintage quantities since I believe production of this bar is Open ended if there are significant sales for this bar. No kidding, when you offer this bar for SPOT PRICE this sexy baby will be finding homes in every Stackers possession. I scored this bar when the Spot price hit exactly $14 USD/oz.
😮 The string attached: One per household 😣
The Next Bar...
The beauty of this bar is it’s backing by the Royal Canadian mint, recognition on par with their mainstay Maple Leaf coins except it lacking the token Fiat Denomination. Could have put $50 in my humble opinion.
So, the takeaway….
This is an example of diversification within a Silver bullion class.
In the event I need immediate funds I may sell one bar or the other. If I had the time, I could sell the generic Silvergoldbull bar but there may be recognition issues, perhaps the buyer doesn’t have an electronic bullion verifier handy. I’d expect to expend more time and effort to secure a buyer.
Whereas, The Royal Canadian Mint bar won’t have as much of an issue. And it may very well be worth the extra $0.90 per oz I spent now than have a bigger hassle later.
Preparation, I do have three places selected in advance to sell to locally, bookmarked and on Speed dial.
I hope you enjoyed this #silverpornsaturday feature, thank you for stopping by for a read.
“Et lux in tenebris to serve laboro, sum sicarius” “I work in the shadows to serve the Light, I am an Assassin”