HISTORICAL BONDS WANTED -Petrobras, Brazilian Treasury Notess etc.

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Since: Jan 10

Raleigh, NC

#1 Feb 9, 2010
Two European Banks are presently buying 1913 & 1930 (Tesoro) Historical Mexican Gold Bonds and Petrobras Bonds; also Brazilian Treasury Notes (LTNs) for PPP. An authorized/registe red ‘Depository’ in California represents Buyer(s). Bonds must be deposited ‘in safekeeping’ in the Depository vaults for authentication and purchase. A Safekeeping Receipt is issued for each lot of Bonds deposited -- to party depositing as these are ‘Bearer’ Bonds. The information in this overview may change at any time. The Procedure is as follows: 1. This is a ‘private’ purchase transaction re ‘Historical Bonds’ with no verifiable value. 2. Bonds are purchased in lots of 100. However, less than 100 will be accepted by Depository so several bond holders can be combined to make up the 100 minimum. 3. The following is required: a) All serial numbers and a few scanned color copies in advance of appointment. b) Bond holder’s Passport copy or Drivers License plus their address and contact information in order to prepare the Safe Keeping Receipt and Sales Contract. c) Sales Contract is prepared by Depository Officer and sent directly to bond holder. 4. Depending on the amount to be paid, payment is by internal ledger to ledger transfer or ‘bank to bank’ by Swift to the account designated by the Bond holder. Intermediary Fee is protected and paid by the Depository as Paymaster. Bond holders must act quickly and get the required information (stated in #3 above) into the Depository as soon as possible to get in the queue. For 1913 Series C ‘975 Peso’ Bonds (net to bond holder/seller): 9M per Bond. Intermediary Fee: 500K per Bond. For 1913,‘1950 Peso’ Bonds (net to bond holder/seller and Fee): Same as above. For 1930 Bonds - All Series (net to bond holder/seller): 100K per Bond. Intermediary Fee: 25K per Bond. Historical Brazilian Treasury Notes – LTNs (Letra do Tesoro Nacional) with 1.2B face value. Minimum number required is 15 –maximum 25 per contract for entry to PPP.

newvisionindustry@ yahoo.com
Jamal Haqq

West Hollywood, CA

#2 Feb 26, 2010
Currently, we have Mexican Gold Bonds of the Interior Republica July 16, 1859 in [6] denominations (18, 50,70, 100, 300, and 400 pesos). They are available for sale via our SKR.

In addition, we have Chinese Tiger bonds from 1930.
Please let us know if there may be some potential.
We look forward to your response.
Thank you
Email: jhaqq@yahoo.com

Since: Jan 10

Leetonia, OH

#3 Mar 11, 2010
Hello,

if you are looking for MTN's, BG's and CMO's please contact me at: dfgholding@gmail.com
Evelyn

Scarborough, Canada

#4 May 5, 2010
LMCCOCO2 wrote:
Two European Banks are presently buying 1913 & 1930 (Tesoro) Historical Mexican Gold Bonds and Petrobras Bonds; also Brazilian Treasury Notes (LTNs) for PPP. An authorized/registe red ‘Depository’ in California represents Buyer(s). Bonds must be deposited ‘in safekeeping’ in the Depository vaults for authentication and purchase. A Safekeeping Receipt is issued for each lot of Bonds deposited -- to party depositing as these are ‘Bearer’ Bonds. The information in this overview may change at any time. The Procedure is as follows: 1. This is a ‘private’ purchase transaction re ‘Historical Bonds’ with no verifiable value. 2. Bonds are purchased in lots of 100. However, less than 100 will be accepted by Depository so several bond holders can be combined to make up the 100 minimum. 3. The following is required: a) All serial numbers and a few scanned color copies in advance of appointment. b) Bond holder’s Passport copy or Drivers License plus their address and contact information in order to prepare the Safe Keeping Receipt and Sales Contract. c) Sales Contract is prepared by Depository Officer and sent directly to bond holder. 4. Depending on the amount to be paid, payment is by internal ledger to ledger transfer or ‘bank to bank’ by Swift to the account designated by the Bond holder. Intermediary Fee is protected and paid by the Depository as Paymaster. Bond holders must act quickly and get the required information (stated in #3 above) into the Depository as soon as possible to get in the queue. For 1913 Series C ‘975 Peso’ Bonds (net to bond holder/seller): 9M per Bond. Intermediary Fee: 500K per Bond. For 1913,‘1950 Peso’ Bonds (net to bond holder/seller and Fee): Same as above. For 1930 Bonds - All Series (net to bond holder/seller): 100K per Bond. Intermediary Fee: 25K per Bond. Historical Brazilian Treasury Notes – LTNs (Letra do Tesoro Nacional) with 1.2B face value. Minimum number required is 15 –maximum 25 per contract for entry to PPP.
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Hi. I have access to this type of bonds that you mentioned in this post. Could you please give me more information on how I direct the owner of these bonds to the buyer. The owners of senior Mexicans and wanted to sell these treasures. Please advise. Thank you.

Evelyn
anipsosis

Los Angeles, CA

#5 May 19, 2010
I am looking for MTNs and BGs..please contact me at anipsosis@gmail.com.
Thanks.
mag

Leganés, Spain

#6 May 22, 2010
We are doing PPP with all type bonds that have certificate Security House
mag

Leganés, Spain

#7 May 22, 2010
We are doing PPP with all type bonds that have certificate Security House envogue7@gmail.com
Questionmark Germany

Berlin, Germany

#8 Jun 1, 2010
hi, may I ask: you have mentioned that the Minimum to use Tesoro Bonds (1913) are hundred. Do you mean each Bond or are we talking about the 20 or 50 attached coupons on each single Bond. An answer in this matter would be highly appreciated.
finance.strategy1@googlemail.c om
BAB

Chicago, IL

#9 Jun 15, 2010
I'm currently in possesion of the 1913 mexican bonds....when you mentioned increments of 100 is this actually one hundred 975's or could I have a single bond for 100? The bonds that I have are in larger denominations.....9k 14k 20k and 40k All are Mexican gold 1913 bonds.
Emmanuel

Los Angeles, CA

#10 Jun 15, 2010
BAB wrote:
I'm currently in possesion of the 1913 mexican bonds....when you mentioned increments of 100 is this actually one hundred 975's or could I have a single bond for 100? The bonds that I have are in larger denominations.....9k 14k 20k and 40k All are Mexican gold 1913 bonds.
I have 4 buyers for different bonds, including Mexico Gold Bonds. ConsultantGold@gmail.com Closing timeline is 15 days maximum, on average 5-7 days.
Flipper

Los Angeles, CA

#11 Jun 27, 2010
All you idiots have your heads up your arses. Trading these type of bonds yeah right. What kind of trade? Maybe like trading bumble gum and baseball cards.
rbcfunding

Stamford, CT

#12 Jul 8, 2010
If you are the current holder of these notes please contact Mr.P.Vincent Robinson at p.vincent@rbcfunding.com.
BAB wrote:
I'm currently in possesion of the 1913 mexican bonds....when you mentioned increments of 100 is this actually one hundred 975's or could I have a single bond for 100? The bonds that I have are in larger denominations.....9k 14k 20k and 40k All are Mexican gold 1913 bonds.
fred

Saint Petersburg, FL

#13 Jul 9, 2010
BAB wrote:
I'm currently in possesion of the 1913 mexican bonds....when you mentioned increments of 100 is this actually one hundred 975's or could I have a single bond for 100? The bonds that I have are in larger denominations.....9k 14k 20k and 40k All are Mexican gold 1913 bonds.
With any true bonds that have been or can be validated without an issue, we have buyers and lenders.

contact Fred eaglegp@aol.com
joe

Pennington, NJ

#14 Jul 18, 2010
Our group is assisting a large European group purchase the Mexican 1913 Series C 975 Peso bond. The group is offering sellers 25 million net to them

We are also assisting another group who is purchasing the 1913 Dove Bond which is 97,500 peso and the group is paying the seller 2.5 billion or 100 times more than the above structure net to the seller.

contact joseph.clancy@yahoo.com
Sal

Olney, MD

#15 Jul 19, 2010
BAB wrote:
I'm currently in possesion of the 1913 mexican bonds....when you mentioned increments of 100 is this actually one hundred 975's or could I have a single bond for 100? The bonds that I have are in larger denominations.....9k 14k 20k and 40k All are Mexican gold 1913 bonds.
I have a Buyer (Bank) looking to buy 1913 975 Bonds. Please get in touch. beneficial_financialsolutions@ msn.com

Regards
Mark Lapham

United States

#16 Jul 22, 2010
Direct to 3 Banks purchasing 1913 Series C975, 9750, 19500, 97500, and 197500 bonds. Highest prices and commissions paid. No limitation on the number of bonds accepted. Can travel to Mexico, US, and Europe to close.

Please email me at marklapham@sbcglobal.net for further information.

SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY
Ted Smith

Sarasota, FL

#17 Jul 27, 2010
1913 Little Dove 19,500. Have SKR looking for REAL buyer.
Ted700@gmail.com
yankee 4

Lake Havasu City, AZ

#19 Aug 9, 2010
Can everybody be this dumb. I see advertisements for Mexican Bonds called "Blue" with commissions of 1 trillion. You have to be out of your mind to chase this type of instrument believing you are going to make this size of commission. The total sales price of 2T + 1T c'mon people wise up. Otherwise Bill Gates and Warren Buffet are in the wrong business.......
atwtraders

Summerville, SC

#21 Aug 9, 2010
there is a group out there that is selling a Founders bond at 55 T / 10 T comm. these brokers actual think they are getting all the comm. and they are making a IMFPA to show there portions. 1. no buyer would pay a broker fee that large 2. the gov. would not allow it. 3. If they get 2mil each they should be happy and fortunate.
FUNDGOLD2020

Bayamon, Puerto Rico

#25 Aug 12, 2010
WE ARE DIRECT TO BUYERS.WE SEEK THE WHITE DOVES, DOUBLE DOVES, BLUE, RED DOVES AND DOUBLES ON THESE, AND FOUNDERS BONDS. MORE DETAILS PROVIDED OFFBOARD.

THANKS
FUNDGOLD2020@GMAIL.COM

PS. ALSO LOOKING TO BUY VENEZUELAN BONDS AND BRAZILIAN LTNs

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