Avoid Buying These Sophisticated Fake Silver Coins

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27 thoughts on “Avoid Buying These Sophisticated Fake Silver Coins”

  1. More new fakes AND freshly stamped “worn” coins made from CNC dies of real coins used as originals, being auctioned online every week, across the USA, then were EVER made by the US government. Brand new worn out morgans mercury dimes by the thousands, etc.

  2. I’ve seen those Morgan’s, they do look the part. A lot of them are made out of steel, so they’ll fail the magnet test. But they have also used copper base coins which will pass it.

    If you find a 1919 Walking Liberty that is BU and not graded by the big 2 you should be highly suspicious. Hell even if it IS graded you should be suspicious. Coins like that, always run the serial number.

    That Franklin was pretty cool too.

  3. I just got screwed out of $188 from a company called Coiny. I found them in a Google search. I bought a dozen Silver Eagles and it turns out that the coins are base metal that is silver plated. I got suspicious when they sent me a tracking number that showed China as the point of origin. I am working with my credit company to have the charges removed, but it doesn’t look promising.

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