How To Safely Buy Scrap Sterling Silver 925 & More For Sale
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Are you paying the market price per Troy ounce (not a standard ounce) of 925 silver including the shipping? If so, then you’re paying way too much. Don't be fooled. I'm sure you already know that 925 is only 92.5% silver and the stock price of silver is quoted at 99.999% silver. I'm sure you already know that there is a big difference between a Troy ounce and a standard scale ounce. (The troy ounce is heavier than the standard ounce) What about German or Philippine silver... Did you know they’re not silver at all? How much silver is in that sterling knife handle, candlestick or that hand held mirror after it's been de-weighted? Did you know that sterling knifes don't have sterling blades? I found out many scrap buyers didn't even know that. What do all those symbols mean? How do manufacturers try to make it seem that their product is sterling when it's not? What if some guy in Mexico (that’s been a typical area) decided to emboss 925 or a Lion symbol on something that looks like silver and sell it to you. How would you know?
I’m sure you don’t know about all the mistakes that you’ve made just yet.
Let me share with you some common weights of everyday silver items i.e. Knife handles, candlesticks, mirrors, jewelry etc., all after having been de-weighted by myself. Chocked full of information. Many folks don’t know that Argentium is sterling, what the silver content of electrical contacts is, what is a Pennyweight or that Philippine silver is not silver at all. I could have saved thousands of dollars & many many hours if I had only known what’s now contained in the E-Book. I’ve made plenty of mistakes you can learn from them. I give the basics in layman’s terms of what identification marks mean, what the silver contents are, conversion tables, formulas, how not to get ripped off and some silver history. I don't cover how touse acid kits, as this information is included when you purchase a kit from someone. This is not a novel but a no nonsense nuts & bolts guide. You’re paying for the information notendless pages of pictures and worthless information. The bookdoes contain clear illustrations. This book has the potential of saving you thousands. If your not buying this book then more than likely you will continue to pay too much, as most ers currently do. The E-Book does not tell you how to knock on doors, how to put up neighborhood signs, or how to use your acid test kits. It tells you whatcanonly be learned by actually doing it. You can fast read this E-Book in 15 minutes. If you take the time to absorb it's contents 45 minutes. The reference charts you will always revert back to when buying. I wrote it and still have to refer back to my E-Book before offerding. It's that valuable to me.
Buy this E-book and expand your silver knowledge.
Here are some of the common items I found weights for:
Hand held mirrors w/ handle after de-weighting - Various sizes
Large dinner knives – (After blade, shank and filler is pulled out)
Small dinner/butter knives – (After blade, shank and filler is pulled out)
Candlestick 3 ½ Dia. - 3” high – (After weighting removed)
Candlestick 2 ¾ Dia - 3” high - (After weighting removed)
Candlestick - 3 ½ dia. x 3¾ high – (After weighting removed
Teaspoons - Various sizes
Soupspoons - Various sizes
Small coffee or salt spoons
Butter spreader Large 8”
Butter spreader Small 7”
Creamers – 3” high x 3 inch Dia. bowl
Bowl 4” x 1.5”
Bowl 5” x 1.5” - Thick metal
Bowl 6” x 1.25”
Needle case – 3”
Dish – 6”x 1 ¼”
Napkin holder ring – 1”wide x 6.5 inch circum.
Cup – 3.75” tall tapered 2” diameter to 1.5 inch dia.
Why buy silver instead of gold? Because gold was confiscated during the depression and if it happens again you'resilver willmost likely be safe. Gold was even removed from safety deposit boxes by the government (supposedly stored at Fort Knox) and replaced with those paper NOTES you currently use that are becoming more worthless every day. Look out for the Amero and how it may be backed.
Here's my first review -
Hi, The e-book has excellent information. I would highly recommend this e-book to people who are buying Silver. I already knew the calculations about how much silver is contained?You need to raise the price for the e-book $50 to $75. People will pay for it. Old saying build it and they will come. Joseph I.
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I'd like to thank my 93 year old friend & "Silver Mentor" Bill, for helping me to learn the secrets of silver.
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