Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by tommyc03, Feb 23, 2020.
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I guess it's a small comfort that it was a common Morgan, at least the one I saw, but yeah, you are right. I tried to grab a pic to put in this post but the site would not let me. I know some folks don't like using unknown links.
I went quickly through 6 pages of countless number of pages of them and didn't see this particular one but it does have that common patina that they are known for.
Just looking at the denticles on the reserve it looks fake. On the bottom the denticles are separated from the rim and they slowly merge as it goes up along the sides to the top.
I was a fool and ordered this coin. It does not do what the video shows it can do. I am so disappointed. I purchased 2 of them. One for each of my siblings. I hope I can get my money back!!!!! What a fraud!!!! Don't purchase because you will be disappointed!!!!
return them if you can.
These are not "coins" in the true sense. They are based on coins (assuming you don't have a fake) and some people engrave scenes on them.
So you are paying for someone's labor when you buy it, up and above the value of the underlying coin if it's based on a real coin.
After you buy one of these it's "real" value is melt, or the price of the silver content. If you find someone that likes the picture on it, then you can sometimes get more than that. It's like a new car .. worth half what you just paid as soon as you drive it off the lot.
I'm sorry to hear this. I hope no one thought I was advocating the purchase of these. I just thought they looked cool.
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