Furthermore, as IRPS discovered, Sberbank of Russia released an internal memorandum Investment coins "St.
George The Conqueror", as well as other gold coins of the Bank of Russia, are now excluded from the company's operations until all circumstances in the case are determined." Additional, as disclosed in the interview below for Here and Now show on TVRain Ru, the Russian Central Bank would buy back the coins at a price of 9,300 rubles, despite prevailing prices for the bullion at well over 10,000.
It would be helpful if there was greater magnification on the areas in question.
disclaimer: "i am neither a metallurgist nor an alchemist. When you buy a "999 gold" coin for a 10% premium, you are also getting a lot of impurity... They still contain 1 ounce of gold, hence they weigh more than 1 ounce (1.0909 troy ounces). .999 gold when real cannot, will not, and has never corroded.
Yet this is precisely what Russian commercial precious metal trading company, International Reserve Payment System, discovered on thousands of (allegedly) 999 gold coins "St George" (pictured insert) issued by the Central Russian Bank.
The serendipitous discovery occurred after various clients of the company had requested that their gold be stored not in a safe, but in a far more secure place: "buried under an oak tree." As the website of IRPS president German Sterligoff notes: once buried, "the coins began to oxidize under the influence of moisture." And hence the headscratcher: nowhere in history (that we know of) does 999, and even 925 gold, oxidize, rust, stain, spot or form patinas, under any conditions.
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It would be embarrassing if it were discovered that not only is the bank diluting the gold content once received with oxidizable materials, but subsequently passing it off for 999 proof precious metal.
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Of course not, but it sometimes gets stored in steel boxes in safes or deposit boxes.
If these are then stored in damp or humid conditions, the box may rust, and this can stain the coins if it comes into contact with them.