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TOPIC: Check your I Kilo gold bars.
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Check your I Kilo gold bars. 2 Years, 6 Months ago  
If anyone has I kilo gold bars. I know I don't , it might be a good idea to check them.

ausbullion.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/tungs...illed-gold-bars.html

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Re: Check your I Kilo gold bars. 2 Years, 6 Months ago Karma: 262
Thanks Seb!

While this isn't a "new story" in general, it's one that bears regular repeating. As I have discussed before, one of the reasons I lean toward (minted) coins over bars is that it is VERY difficult to create good fakes.

So for an extra percentage-point or two, you are ensuring that when you buy "gold" that you get "gold".

Of course, the OTHER way to be sure about what you're getting would be to go through our good friends at SilverGoldBull (who can now serve our U.S. audience). As regular readers might remember from a recent commentary I wrote, SGB is now accessing its purchases through a government mint. Along with helping them lower their prices, it should ALSO mean less fears of them (mistakenly) acquiring any fake bars.
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Re: Check your I Kilo gold bars. 2 Years, 6 Months ago Karma: 168
Jeff can you please share, what weight in gold bars and coins would be commercially inviable for filling in with tungsten ?

I mean would it make sense to have a dud 50 or 100 gram gold bar ?
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