Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by potty dollar 1878, Feb 26, 2021.
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I am not a fan, and by the way what the hell is a "black proof"? just loked it up, it's something CIT (coin invest trust) does.
"The Cook Islands do not mint their own coins. Instead, they contract with Mints such as the Royal Australian Mint, the Perth Mint, The London Mint, and the Franklin Mint. By charging a fee to Mints which allow them to use the name "Cook Islands" in dollar units with limited mintages, the country generates extra revenue. It is interesting to note that these commemoratives are not recognized or accepted as legal tender in the Cook Islands. "
My guess, also contracted with Coin Invest Trust. According to what I read, they are like a Franklin Mint of Liechtenstein CIT Coin Invest AG, Balzers, Liechtenstein.
To me, a coin is something that is produced as a result of 2 dies pressing against a planchet and is relatively two dimensional.
IMO, coins aren’t 3D printed.
It is an interesting and very realistic looking piece of artwork though.
I’m guessing the issue price will be $199-$229.
$450?!?!?! WAYYYY overpriced... I mean come on man!
I'll offer the price of 1 OZ of silver!
I have never seen ANY of their coins sell for more than the issue price. They put the word INVESTMENT in there to draw you in.
The coin looks like crap!
If we told you, we'd have to kill you...
gasp! "Deeep Staaaaaaaaate! I knews it!
A wet bird flies at night...
wet birds don't fly the red eye...
the red eye watches over us all...
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