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Goldbacks Discussion: Spendable gold for the people

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Re: Goldbacks Discussion: Spendable gold for the people

Postby agnostic » Fri Jul 31, 2020

Paging Douglina...oh Douglina are you in the house? Texas goldbacks just waiting
for their time to shine.
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Re: Goldbacks Discussion: Spendable gold for the people

Postby Turtle » Thu Sep 10, 2020

Should goldbacks be listed in numismatic? Ive been putting them in the main gold thread, but I just noticed it says 2x spot should go in numismatic. It seems like a special case however, but I guess its not really bullion.
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Re: Goldbacks Discussion: Spendable gold for the people

Postby Tractor Man » Fri Sep 11, 2020

Came across this from Silver Dragons on YouTube.

The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are full of doubts, while the stupid ones are full of confidence. Charles Bukowski
Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd. Voltaire

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Re: Goldbacks Discussion: Spendable gold for the people

Postby DRP270 » Fri Sep 11, 2020

Turtle wrote:Should goldbacks be listed in numismatic? Ive been putting them in the main gold thread, but I just noticed it says 2x spot should go in numismatic. It seems like a special case however, but I guess its not really bullion.


Interesting question. Maybe Paper Notes & Other Currency????

viewtopic.php?f=102&t=6663
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Re: Goldbacks Discussion: Spendable gold for the people

Postby agnostic » Fri Sep 11, 2020

DRP270 wrote:
Turtle wrote:Should goldbacks be listed in numismatic? Ive been putting them in the main gold thread, but I just noticed it says 2x spot should go in numismatic. It seems like a special case however, but I guess its not really bullion.


Interesting question. Maybe Paper Notes & Other Currency????

viewtopic.php?f=102&t=6663

Goldbacks aren’t currency. They aren’t paper either. They are physical gold notes.
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Re: Goldbacks Discussion: Spendable gold for the people

Postby shinnosuke » Fri Sep 11, 2020

Goldbacks are more bullion than not.

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Re: Goldbacks Discussion: Spendable gold for the people

Postby Turtle » Sat Sep 12, 2020

agnostic wrote:
DRP270 wrote:
Turtle wrote:Should goldbacks be listed in numismatic? Ive been putting them in the main gold thread, but I just noticed it says 2x spot should go in numismatic. It seems like a special case however, but I guess its not really bullion.


Interesting question. Maybe Paper Notes & Other Currency????

viewtopic.php?f=102&t=6663

Goldbacks aren’t currency. They aren’t paper either. They are physical gold notes.

How are they not currency? Not to mention they are legal tender in Utah.
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