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1/10th gram 24 karat gold ingot
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The listing, 1/10th gram 24 karat gold ingot has ended.

0.1 gram or 1/10 gram of 999.99 pure 24 karat gold ingot in assayer card.. this is a real solid gold ingot not a fake unlike the fake ingots i see sell on here this is a solid 999.99 pure 24 karat ingot last time i listed one of these i got no bids and saw the fakes going for more so i wasnt going to list one again as i dont have my sellers wings yet so i really cant put the amount ide like to get on a start bid for it so this may be the last time you see a real 24k gold ingot again happy bidding.
Questions & Comments
1 grain is not much do you have grams too?
Oct 1st, 2013 at 5:32:55 PM PDT by
this is not a grain this is 1/10 of a gram they are different 1 grain is very small these are not that small.
Oct 1st, 2013 at 6:11:08 PM PDT by
if you know what a gram looks like then imagine it cut into 10 peices thats what is being offered here.
Oct 1st, 2013 at 6:18:17 PM PDT by
why does you add say karate? Isn't spelled Karat? thanks
Oct 2nd, 2013 at 3:54:23 PM PDT by
Ebonics... lol .. truth is which is correct karat or carrot whats up doc?
Oct 3rd, 2013 at 12:17:31 AM PDT by
would u do a gin?
Oct 4th, 2013 at 4:14:32 PM PDT by
fan and watching i hope i can get this.
Oct 5th, 2013 at 9:56:12 PM PDT by
cant do gin yet need my wings or such
Oct 6th, 2013 at 3:00:33 AM PDT by
hope you win too good luck bidding fanned you back
Oct 6th, 2013 at 3:01:12 AM PDT by
Ok i bid --i know it wont win but i bid--now it a oz is $2000 & 10 grams in 1 oz thats about $20 each--now you have $2 worth of gold--this is better then the dip bar of copper they call .999 it would make a great gift i like this
Oct 6th, 2013 at 6:25:47 AM PDT by
well good luck and thanks for your bid and comment
Oct 6th, 2013 at 12:14:04 PM PDT by
thank you james always glad to share points --wish you came on earler i have a lot of those 10z fakes but still a good gift for me son--he likes them.
Oct 6th, 2013 at 4:10:44 PM PDT by
well anything that looks like gold people seem to be drawn to but the real stuff is hard to come by even a small amount of pure gold brings a price and not allways market value i see these these 1/10 grams sell on ebay for as much as 24$ each but never less than than 10 to 15$ averge is about 12 to 13$ thing is allthough they may not be as big as the fake ones you can allways sell the real thing any time anywhere and its value will never go down bottom line.
Oct 7th, 2013 at 7:15:13 PM PDT by
actually i see the fakes sell for as much but the are only clad in 100 mills of 24 karat gold which is about the weight of a grain of sand only one makeing money on them is the people selling them they only cost about 10 cents to people just want to have something that looks like gold they can spend the same amount on real gold and its even if its a small amount i have gold nuggets that in a vial that barely cover the bottom and they are worth 30$ all day long one nugget would make about 10 to 12 fake bars
Oct 7th, 2013 at 7:30:19 PM PDT by
ok for those watching and bidding if you really want one of these and you dont win youll have one more chance to bid on one as i have 1 more left so when the last ones gone its gone i have put the last one up so if you dont win you have one more chance to get one. good luck and thanks to all of you who visit my aution for bidding on my items.
Oct 7th, 2013 at 8:44:47 PM PDT by
how many grains is this equal to?
Oct 8th, 2013 at 12:48:35 AM PDT by
it's funny that you say gold prices won't drop "Over the past two weeks, the price of gold has dropped around 15 percent. It sank to $1,180 an ounce on June 27 -- its lowest value in nearly three years -- before rising again slightly to $1,229 when markets closed on June 28. That plunge is in such dramatic contrast to gold's record-breaking price of $1,895 an ounce in 2011 that analysts widely say that gold is losing its shine for investors and could continue to weaken.
Oct 8th, 2013 at 1:14:34 AM PDT by
well to answer both questions 1/10 gram is equal to 10 grains and to answer the second comment allthough gold may flucuate slightly due to the failing fed the economy and several other factors ive been watching gold allot longer and it has followed this trend before just before it took a drastic upturn and the price went even higher so your short term news only tells me that the gold i have now will climb even more before the years out is all ive been dealing in gold for over 30 years so what you see as a negative i see as a plus in the future as ive seen this before actually the prices are up on gold on ebay so where ever you got that report compared to actual current sales prices daily on the open market i say someones logic is flawed on that one dont beleive it check what gold was selling for a week ago on ebay and what its going for as of today youll see your statistic is in error.
Oct 8th, 2013 at 1:29:58 AM PDT by
and if you dont beleive what im saying about the price of gold go to ebay and try to bid the on a gram at what would be its value at market and i guarantee you will be outbid every time fact is they say gold is worth 43$ a gram yet it sells for more than 50 dollars all day long so forget what you hear and beleive what you can see.
Oct 8th, 2013 at 2:04:05 AM PDT by

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