Silver Bullion Unboxing 5oz ATB coins July 12 2013 | Silver Unboxing

Silver Bullion Unboxing 5oz ATB coins July 12 2013

5 More ATB coins to the stack.
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13 Responses to Silver Bullion Unboxing 5oz ATB coins July 12 2013

  1. Silver Bully says:

    Numismatic is coins that are circulated and used as currency. Semi Numismatic is the coins you have that are not used as currency… There is a difference

  2. canadiansilvervein says:

    Nice pickups I have none of the America the beautiful coins but they look nice. Great collection u got there

  3. Travie Leh says:

    Wow. Richie rich!

  4. ThesharpNshiny says:

    Very well done Lag! The atbs are amazing. I wouldn’t get the case unless you are gonna spring for the older and more pricey atbs (2012, and 2010). I love the 2012 El Yunque

  5. lagoveride says:

    yea the 2012 and the 2010’s are starting to get nutty. I think its just that only so many can go around.

  6. lagoveride says:

    Yea I need to get that puerto Rico one soon as well.

  7. lagoveride says:

    thanks 🙂

  8. lagoveride says:

    If you look through my channel videos I did unboxing’s of graded mint versions. they call them satin proof and those also have the Mint mark of P on the washington side of each coin.

    I think the mint versions are great, but the bullion versions are very limited as well. So I like picking up ungraded bullion versions and when it comes to the mint versions I only pickup graded ones.

    Right now I am thinking about the reverse proof goldf buffalo that is coming out soon.

  9. EpicRV says:

    very cool…..man the 2012s are expensive!!!! i remember seeing the Hawaii’s for $150 — kicking myself in the ass now

  10. MunkeySpaz says:

    Awesome! I plan on buying the Puerto Rico one and the Gettysburg one. They are some pretty nice “coins” though.

  11. Jose Aparicio says:

    Wow! Very nice pickup bro…

  12. tpntch07 says:

    All of the ATB’s are great!! Did you hear that the US Mint lowered their prices on the mint version? There only about $20-25 more then the bullion version. What do you think, and do you have any of the Mint Versions?