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Silver guilt

7 January 2011 By Margaret Doyle

Prices have risen so sharply that London antique dealers are buying Edwardian cutlery for scrap. Bulls point to the perils of paper money and the white metal’s cheapness relative to its yellow rival. But oversupply means silver may be fool’s gold, not the poor man’s alternative.

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