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Rickster

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  1. Give Sheffield Assay Office a call they offer the best value service that I'm aware of in the country.
  2. The CO2 per passenger km from plane travel can be comparable or less than a single occupant large car. This link illustrates the point but is not clear on the occupancy levels of the plane assumed for the calculations. If people fancy it, more calculations can be found here :-).
  3. In the run up to Christmas there was an episode of the Armstrong and Miller sketch show, and during a regular piece in which a character has advisers giving recommendations as they walk through corridors, they were given the advice "You can't go wrong with (gold) bullion". Then in the latest Peep Show, Mark had bought his girlfriend some Gold, prompting a post-apocalyptic TFH style conversation. With this sort of discussion getting into popular culture are we seeing evidence that these ideas are more widespread than expected, or is just the start of a meme, that may help to kick off phase three?
  4. Hi no unfortunately I didn't hear from peakoil yet.

  5. Hi Rickster,

    Did you hear back from Peakoil Re: the perl he uses?

    Cheers

    Danny

  6. Hi peakoil,

    similar to portuguesedanny I read your post http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/index.php?showtopic=142751 and was wondering if I could avail myself of your perl script and starting tips? :-)

    Many thanks

  7. I've bought from them before and they are absolutely fine. I weighed and measured the coin I ordered and was satisfied that it was genuine.
  8. Thanks for all the responses. The personal use question is an interesting one, I certainly don't intend to liquidate the imported silver any time soon and for now at least, it would be for my own use. However this could be open to interpretation by a customs officer.
  9. Hi I'm intending to buy some silver coins and I've read this post, specifically the line "Silver, Palladium, Platinum: VAT is payable if bringing the metal into the UK/EU. ". Now my question is if I have silver coins delivered to France (where VAT is lower at 7%) and then bring them back to the UK, will any further VAT be payable or will the fact that VAT has already been paid within Europe take care of this? Thanks
  10. Hi this is my first post so please go easy on me :-) I'm intending to buy some silver coins and I've read this, specifically the line "Silver, Palladium, Platinum: VAT is payable if bringing the metal into the UK/EU. ". Now my question is if I have silver coins delivered to France (where VAT is lower at 7%) and then bring them back to the UK, will any further VAT be payable or will the fact that VAT has already been paid within Europe take care of this? Thanks
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