Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Randy Abercrombie, Jul 22, 2021.
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My guess is (slabbed) toned coins (Morgans most likely) will be an upcoming item he will be hucking at exorbitant prices.
General on July 15, 2021 by lavanya kannan
And I do a simple search on the linking of the words and get:
James Bucki Updated 11/30/20
Not even a clever rewrite...... just changed some wording and taking credit as their own work.... '
I think the same James Bucki was a member here for a period of time and pretty litigious about his published work being posted outside of where it belongs, which we won't have a problem with since it's a link, but,,, CSNTV MIGHT have a problem. LOL
I disagree that it was succinct and/or informative, except to convince the reader to purchase the products the entity offers.
That is the smart thing to do. I posted a link because I didn't want to break any copyright laws cutting and pasting the article.
That's a really smart approach. Rather than reading EXACTLY what folks are talking about, take a guess from their comments.
Coin Chemistry. Personally, I prefer coins with minimal or no toning and am reminded of one of White's article titles: Toning is to Silver What Rust is to Iron: Bad News."
I respect the "likes" of all collectors. Some folks like "white" silver and others like toning (bad news oxidation). No one can argue with the normal chemistry of metal. However, I once answered Mr. White's view in print when I wrote that: "I'LL TAKE ALL THE "DAMAGED" RAINBOW COLORED SILVER COINS I CAN GET!!!
The market values of those coins is on my side.
The article was actually informative and ended with the distinct warning not to buy ungraded toned coins, since they could be artificially toned. And the worth of a toned coin is in the "eye of the beholder".
You got that right...the beholder-owner and the beholder-buyer...! Just get a load of the CRAZY prices sellers are trying for (and in some cases, getting) for toned coins...and many are graded/toned coins. That said, hard to assess reality v. fantasy with it all. And for some, the wilder and deeper the "rainbow" (and psychedelic) toning, the better...for them. If that's anyone's fantasy, so be it, but I'll stick with the white and off-white...maybe a little champagne and/or gentle golden toning here/there, now/then.
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