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Hidden symbolism of BoE museum artefact

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Very funny, Quiff.

 

This thread is far too scary for most on GEI so I may need to move it to the Fringe section soon.

 

The object in your photo was one of many from this safekeeping place

 

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Very funny, Quiff.

 

This thread is far too scary for most on GEI so I may need to move it to the Fringe section soon.

 

The object in your photo was one of many from this safekeeping place

 

66060.jpg

 

:lol:

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Oh yeah Merv?

 

Joking aside, I'd recommend the BoE museum to anyone. It's a very good exhibition and you get to pick up a 400oz LGD bar!

 

Wow, they're just giving them away now? (QE4? :rolleyes: )

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If you pop into the BoE museum, there's a gold bar which is available for people to touch and handle (within a small confined space).

 

Plus it's free entry.

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If you pop into the BoE museum, there's a gold bar which is available for people to touch and handle (within a small confined space).

Plus it's free entry.

But the inside of the bar is titanium, and it was a gift of the Busch family

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But the inside of the bar is titanium, and it was a gift of the Busch family

 

considering titanium is almost 5 times lighter than gold you would have to be pretty stupid to not detect the difference.

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considering titanium is almost 5 times lighter than gold you would have to be pretty stupid to not detect the difference.

Tungsten is the metal, not Titanium

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