Unboxing of Silver Dollars from APMEX – Part 1 of 2 | Silver Unboxing

Unboxing of Silver Dollars from APMEX – Part 1 of 2

This is the unboxing of an order I placed for silver coins from the precious medal dealer www.apmex.com. They offer decent prices with a large selection. If …
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24 Responses to Unboxing of Silver Dollars from APMEX – Part 1 of 2

  1. 2000xlt says:

    still way over spot

  2. Rosanna Rossi says:

    Do you not look at your own video and see how stupid u look, before making a video examin the box so this way you dont look stupid trying to open it and second all u bought was junk silver for who knows how much you overbaid for $15-$18 worth of silver

  3. UnitedStatesOfClad says:

    Sorry, but morgans are more than ridiculously overspot today…

  4. loh1110 says:

    Next time check out Goldmart.com. I’ve bought from Gainsville, Apmex, and Goldmart. Only difference between these are prices of premium and shipping prices. Goldmart has the lowest premiums, shipping, and their single unit price is cheaper than the competitors lowest bulk price.

  5. peterlachance says:

    It took you minute to get the box open………..moron

  6. MrIgnite8421 says:

    @chenlin63 take the wax out of your ears brah… he at one point said 1990

  7. chenlin63 says:


  8. OzbotGaming says:

    There is no such thing is a 1990 morgan dollar, they where only minted until 1921

  9. JuDGEm3nT11 says:

    The federal Reserve prints the money… Not the GOV. Anyways keep stacking!!!

  10. Thegoldtoad says:

    Copper is the Poor mans gold did you know that pennies made be4 1982 are 90% copper and the one made in the middle of 1982 are 95% zinc so the copper one are worth 3 cents not face.

  11. Zachary Bauer says:

    LOL! That box is kickin your $%#. What is point of having a CRKT if your scared to use it? C’mon pansy, rip that box open. LOL

  12. zdog762 says:

    I have ordered some coins from apmex. How do you store your coins. Do you leave them in the sleeves they come in?

  13. silverandgoldatcost says:

    FYI, you don’t have to pay any dealer markup on silver like Apmex and Goldline.

  14. rei9707 says:

    I like the bars that APMEX sells but their gold and silver prices are pretty high up there (average of $2 over spot). Gainesville Coins has cheaper prices (average $1-$2 over spot) but less selection.

  15. Trinity8030 says:

    so if apmex is not the best place to buy your bullion, then where is the best place to get your physical?

  16. Peter Retsinas says:

    those morgans are also NOT 1 ounce they are 26.73 grams

  17. Peter Retsinas says:

    the y didn’t make morgan silver dollars in 1990. they only made them from 1878 to 1921 but stopped in 1904 and continued for one more year in 1921

  18. TheBlitz1 says:

    why you buying numismatics bro

    aint peter schiff taught you nuttin

  19. SHTF Gear says:

    @king305llc typically its around 5 to 10 bucks but i got it when they were running a free shipping special.

  20. SHTF Gear says:

    yes they are indeed very rare 🙂

  21. indignant99 says:

    (Smartass here) I want one of those 1990 Morgan Dollars. They have to be quite rare. In fact, they’re unheard of! Those “sleeves” are called flips.

  22. SHTF Gear says:

    thanks! I will give you guys a better look at that knife in its own video shortly.

  23. flagshipaudio says:

    Keep on stacking! Oh yea nice knife