Now they want to photograph you if you sell your PM’s. This is a glimpse of what may be coming, in the name of yet another necessary security measure to protect you. Thought they would dare to confiscate PM’s? They know this would be ineffective (with over 300 million firearms in the US), so instead they will make sales illegal and implement capital controls, and this is just the first step along that path.
Want to sell your jewelry? Duluth police want your pictureDuluth police say they want to treat jewelers and antique dealers like pawn shops when it comes to their dealing in precious metals.
Duluth police say they want to treat jewelers and antique dealers like pawn shops when it comes to their dealing in precious metals.
A draft city ordinance calls for any Duluth business that purchases precious metal items from the public to be licensed and equipped to provide daily electronic reports of its transactions to a statewide system. Any business purchasing an item that’s more than 1 percent gold, silver or platinum by weight would need to provide notice of the transaction and furnish a picture of the item or items purchased — as well as a color photo of the seller.