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    Default The most overrated silver coin

    I used to buy American Eagles but probably not anymore until the premiums come way down. A couple of months ago, my local coin shop in Virginia wanted thirty one an ounce while the spot price was only nineteen.


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    Quote Originally Posted by aberdeen View Post
    I used to buy American Eagles but probably not anymore until the premiums come way down. A couple of months ago, my local coin shop in Virginia wanted thirty one an ounce while the spot price was only nineteen.


    https://silverseek.com/article/most-...ver-coin-world
    I have been saying this for years about the ASE.

    It's one of the reasons I mostly buy junk silver.
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    Buy the most amount of silver for the least cost. If that's junk this month, buy junk. If it is rounds or bars, buy them. The way a bullion coin looks (fancy lady, ugly older lady or even a rubber duck doesn't matter. Silver is silver. Rare coins are not sold by the millions and millions in tubes.
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    the few ASE i got were 2$ over spot many years ago. They are in the 1980's-1990's, 1 colorized.
    I find ASE a bit bulky in size, the SML is denser hence less volume
    on a monster box, ASE takes up 4 extra cubic inch just on silver volume
    Last edited by yellowsnow; 08-21-2022 at 11:27 PM.

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