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Old 09-02-2011, 03:02 PM   #11
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How does one go about selling gold such as a dental crown and get as much as possible? I don't think the local pawn shop or jewelry dealer will give the best deal- looks like they take half.
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it has less of a yield still in head!
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Hmmm...got most of my crowns when gold was a lot cheaper...wonder how much my mouth is worth these days?
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Hmmm...got most of my crowns when gold was a lot cheaper...wonder how much my mouth is worth these days?
So you are worth more dead than alive?
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So you are worth more dead than alive?
Over at DTO, Jerry could answer that for you.
"Parted out" the human body is worth a bunch. But I don't recall where the story is to be found.
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