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Silver Up Over 33% In 3 Months

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I counted the scrap value of a 5 ounce coin late January. About £105.

And again today, 3 months on. £140.

Up over 33% in 3 months!

Silver spot is currently £28, which is £140 bullion value (more to buy, though, as manufacturing, logistics, margins, and VAT all have to be added on, and less scrap as someone has to process it, plus take margin etc)

Late January, silver spot was £16.87, or £84.35 bullion.

That's an increase of 66% in 3 months

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I counted the scrap value of a 5 ounce coin late January. About £105.

And again today, 3 months on. £140.

Up over 33% in 3 months!

Silver has gone up 33% in sterling just in the last month alone, since the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. :o

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