1 oz. .999 fine German Silver Bars - ZERO SILVER
First we were offered .999 fine silver clad commemoratives, copy coins, and bars,
at least they had some silver content. Then along came offerings of one ounce
.999 fine copper coins and half pound and pound copper bars. Now we are offered
one ounce .999 fine German Silver bars. People, German Silver has zero % silver
in it ! Nada, zilch, zip ! The seller even says so in listing description data.
German silver contains copper, nickel, and zinc. So read the description infor-
mation and enlarge the photos - Is it stamped/marked on the coin, round, or bar
1 oz. .999 fine silver ? If not there, does it come with a Certificate of Authenticity
(COA) that states it consists of 1 oz. .999 fine silver ? I was amazed to see
bidders (10 or more) raising the bid to $20.50 + S & H for these silver free bars.
Based on coin knowledge, U.S. Minted quarters, dimes, and nickels have been
minted for years with these same metals with no silver content. I'm sure it would
take alot less than $20.50 of these coins to equal one ounce. Maybe they want
these bars for desk paperweights or decorations to impress someone ! Heck, you
would be better off buying a one pound bar of .999 fine copper for less. I don't
know about you, but I'm going to invest my money in something made of silver !