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(Kitco News) – I remember very well during the summer holidays when I traded with a current best friend, my gold bracelet for one in silver. I thought a bracelet was a bracelet – a gesture of friendship.
It wasn’t until I got home and shared the news that I learned (or rather, I was scolded) – how could I trade gold for money ?
Being sixteen at the time, I clearly had no idea of prices or spot values.
Fast forward to today, after working for years in the precious metals business, I now truly understand the value of metal; I could never justify spending $ 5,000 on a fancy branded bracelet that only has $ 800 worth of gold.
So when I heard about a new concept company Led, which has some nice current coins with prices based on the spot price of gold or platinum of the day – I needed to give it a try.
Led, named after the ancient Aramaic word for silver (which was gold at the time) – the company sells what it calls “investment jewelry” – 24k solid gold and platinum coins , all responsibly mined in the United States and Canada.
But unlike brands such as Cartier or Tiffany & Co., which charge a high premium, Led brought the jewelry back to its elements and aligned the prices with the weight and actual value of the day.
The website, Mene.com is user-friendly, making it easy to navigate, view, and purchase.
Here is my personal experience from the purchase to the arrival of the package.
Good day ! The goods have arrived!
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