Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by wcoins, Feb 19, 2014.
Just vote, don't write your opinions until after the poll ended.
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It looks fuller on coin 2 and has definition to it.
wcoins has asked, I'll refrain from specifying what I see as the diagnostic basis for my call until after the poll has ended.
Well I think 3 days is too long to wait, I see no problem if everyone starts writing opinions.
The photo is overexposed too though; so it could just be blown highlights. Crappy pictures really.
Lettering is wrong. Outstretched arm looks like rubber man. Deviations in the rack are know to occur. TC
I have several of these coins. Some are 34D, some are 36DD, etc. It's all good. TC
Aside from the photos, I'd kind of like to know if the counterfeit is debased as to silver content (likely) and off in weight (also likely).
they are not both fakes, just one of them is a fake.
(I had to cheat and look at the hi-rez photo of my 2013 proof 5-onza I uploaded here in "Post Your Bullion" )
Wow, my 5-Onza looks very highly detailed compared to the 1-Onza.
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