Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Dialupsux, Jan 17, 2021.
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Not marked on the tube, and where they were minted doesn’t matter, in regards to the bullion version. Any claims otherwise are just for marketing (getting more money from the buyer).
Apmex, I think it is, has tubes that they themselves ‘seal’ with a ‘mint direct’ label, but not sure if it gives any indication where minted, not that it matters, as previously stated. One exception to where minted would be if some anomaly (error) was discovered to be from a specific mint/die, but I have not heard of such a discovery.
If you get a graded one you can tell, but for raw you need a sealed monster box. The market has shown they have different prices just dont pay the higher price for a raw one because someone says to trust them
Exactly right they have to be slabed or certified rite out the monster green box from the mint, the only way you'll know for sure!
Then run the course of a lab rat........
It’s really sad how many collectors are so dismissive of what other people may like
It's all part of loving the hobby how you want to collect ,so I guess (,to spite all my rage I'm still just a rat in a cage,)
Sounds musical but can't place it
Great song that still gets played or did before covid anyways at sporting events.
If people enjoy collecting invisible stuff, so be it. To me it's like collecting 'dateless' buffalo nickels'.
even a 13 buff can be identified without a date
Please don’t call it “collecting” ;-)
You just proved the point again
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