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As Credit Suisse fails, its gold bars may be worth more than ever
Credit Suisse Memorabilia Up for Grabs in Internet Shops
By Noele Illien
Monday, March 20, 2023
ZURICH -- Within hours of its state-backed takeover by UBS Group being announced, memorabilia bearing lender Credit Suisse's name and logo was being put up for sale in Switzerland, marking the end of an era.
Dozens of bars of gold, stamped with the name of the issuer -- the 167-year-old Credit Suisse -- were uploaded to the country's most popular online marketplaces, Ricardo.ch and tutti.ch.
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Blue and red ski hats bearing the 'CS' letters, which were the height of fashion in the 1970s, were getting bids of close to 200 Swiss francs ($216).
Other branded merchandise up for sale included stamps, old letters, and sports bags. ...
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