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I was excited to see about buying from them and i go to their website that is shut down
Restock your online store, you are literally out of stock of everything
How its coast all this setup ?!
Y’all out of business? Went to your site and everything was out of stock!
who made your equipment?
My right ear missed the opportunity to hear you😁
Very interesting thank you
Great video. Thanks for sharing.
Who manufacturers the machinery please?
Do you sell round blanks ?
great video, has your process/business changed much since making this almost a decade ago?
Are you able to mint the gift coins for a Philippine wedding
Called the arraha
Can I ask what type of furnace that is? Thanks
this is why premiums over spot exist folks
my left ear liked the video
but the right is pretty sad
That is very cool! Thank you for posting.
wow 10 year old vid huh? well it’s still cool I love seeing those silver bars man that’s a lot of silver (I’m a big fan of silver I like it more than gold)
It was so considerate of the U.S. Mint to discontinue Silver in 1964. Now the tax payers don’t have to pay for anything frivolous. Clown : )