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35 thoughts on “An EPIC UNBOXING of Buried Silver Coins!”
Of y’all in the for the money, im in it for the collection.
Isn’t burying silver going to cause it to turn black due to moisture in the soil. I guess not, I watched the video.
Depends on what they are stored in.
I’m calling BS
That box being in the ground mate
Based on what?
I’m thinking that you guys have rubbed dirt on the box to make it look like it was in the ground for click bait. I’m calling BS. Who would sell a box off with dirt on it still?
@Chris Purkis Who would sell a sealed monster box of silver with dirt on it back to a bullion dealer? Someone who doesn’t care about some dirt on a box and knows WE don’t care about some dirt on a box, seeing as though we open the box and sell the contents inside…. not the box itself. Your confirmation bias is blocking your ability to see multiple possibilities.
How much for one ?
They sold out quite a while ago now.
silica gel capsules from you vitamin bottles are great for buried treasure.
Thanks for the tip!
Even better, just use the crystal cat litter, does the same job and is the same material but is cheap as chips to buy.
Wax is a very good option it wouldn’t have cost too much money to get the wax
@Bullion Now justinfo I picked up from someone I know who would seal valuables, like money ammo and the like in metal containers and hid them on his property he used to use cosmoline grease to prevent corrosion but resorted to wax and told me wax was the best. He did this during the year of the firearms owners protection act in the usa.
Would be funny if you opened up and it was lead.lol
NOT funny at all! haha
Boo… im not buying it…. buried in bullshit…. nevertheless good showmanship.
Nope! Twas real as the hair on your head. Assuming you have some.
Thats interesting…being somewhat exposed to the ambient temperature..no tarnish.?? And underground in a non sealable box. No water inside the box….?? I bet it was a arizona or nevada. climate.. will go with that one. Im not doubting your word. Im doubting the credibility of who ever you got it from.. assuming your word is worth anything..
You guys certainly made a lot on that box. Well done.
Back when this video was made, the premiums on ASE’s weren’t as big as they are now. We bought them at spot and sold them as Random Years, so not as much premium as selling brand new ones. We still made $ of course. Thats the business model!
Bullshit. Another bullshit buried treasure scam story. Don’t believe it for an instant
For those wondering, that’s over 34 lbs of silver, $12k melt value in August 2021. As pristine coins, they would sell for much more than that.
How much did they pay and how much did you pay them for them?
The coins are in tubes inside a box. I’d be surprised if they were damaged.
Imagine buying a monster box and putting mud all over it to make a video.
Ahh back in the days before cotton gloves were invented.
We were going to give away a monster box of silver but then we said, “Nah, lets make it 25 monster Boxes” LOL Me Me Me! I’ll take em’
Before you bury your silver and gold, you should tell Atleast one other person where your burying it. I’ll be here for your help! LOL
If I spent that much on a monster box – I don’t think I could not break the seal and count every coin! How bout you?
Here I am, June 2022 and decided to watch this again. Enjoyed it.