Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Santinidollar, Jul 16, 2019.
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I also think it’s strange the silver medal does not list a denomination or purity.
It’s a medal. It has no denomination. Only coinage will show a denomination. Maybe the final version will include purity or like the ASE it will just say 1 oz Fine Silver.
Obverse = very lame
Reverse — dynamite
Obverse — OK. May be more striking in high relief.
Timing by the Mint — Lousy. Pointing my ammo to finishing a gold registry set.
Quality — With some of the problems with Mint quality, I’m reluctant to shell out four figures, then hold my breath for the mail.
Anyone else want to jump in?
(Never mind me. I’m stranded in the house with a broken ankle.)
The premiums on commemorative gold coins are insane!! Doubt I will be ordering one. I’ll just get the silver medal.
I immediately saw Nicole Sullivan ...
The silver piece is a medal, the gold is a coin and does carry a $100 denomination.
Hopefully there's more than one silver version (uncirculated, proof, etc).
more like a terrible skull deformity.
Or maybe it's just [current trend of your choice that we can't discuss here] making Lady Liberty's head explode.
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