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VR to ArgentAgent47 On The Term “Semi-Numismatic” for Bullion and Coins

VR to ArgentAgent47 On The Term

This video is a discussion on the term “Semi-Numismatic” that was spawned by our friend ArgentAgent47. I prefer “TranspNumismatic”. Watch the video to see wh…
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25 Responses to VR to ArgentAgent47 On The Term “Semi-Numismatic” for Bullion and Coins

  1. SalivateMetal says:

    It sure would. Wow. There would be quite an uproar for sure.

  2. Silver Bully says:

    Imagine how many people would be pissed if the US decided that they wanted to make the silver eagle the cheapest oz say 5 dollars over spot and that if you wanted to buy bars rounds generic it would cost you 7-10 over spot because of taxes. I know one thing it would create a huge generic black market.

  3. SalivateMetal says:

    Interesting categorization. Thanks for your thoughts and for watching.

  4. Silver Bully says:

    My definition of numismatic, semi numismatic and rounds. Rounds are generic non denominate nature. Semi numismatic means government issued denominated coins that will never be circulated. A numismatic coin is a coin that was minted for the daily use as a currency.. Semi Numismatic wasn’t made for circulation and never will be anymore then generic rounds will. Only thing that makes semi’s popular is because in most countries government mint cost you less then generic bars unlike the USA

  5. SalivateMetal says:

    Thanks so much AA47. I think we can credit Epic for the concept. I just sort of expanded on it. I sort of theorize when it could go from potentially numi to fully numi. Thanks again.

  6. ArgentAgent47 says:

    Yeah I like this…. The idea that a coin has the potential to become numismatic is exactly what I was trying to convey. Great video.

  7. SalivateMetal says:

    Ah, good information. I didn’t realize that. I will most certainly leave the capsules in the original plastic sheathing. Thanks so much

  8. SalivateMetal says:

    Thanks so much!

  9. Jeffrey Din says:

    The chinese panda in original package is one coin you DON’T send to get graded in slab. in fact it is worth more in original package than graded in slab even more than MS-70.

  10. whostreathens says:

    U and aa47 have great points

  11. CyberCurtainTwitcher says:

    I feel a bit like that myself, beer & good food!

  12. Pd Ballerina says:

    Yep it is deeply personal…When it comes to coins, I buy things I love and I want to own, that will always be different than what someone else loves and wants to own…and it might be very different from what the marketplace is willing to put a premium on at any given time. 

  13. SalivateMetal says:

    Very true. Thanks for your thoughts!

  14. SalivateMetal says:

    Great suggestion!

  15. SalivateMetal says:

    I love Libertads. I like your avatar!

  16. SalivateMetal says:

    ehe Thanks Jose!

  17. SalivateMetal says:

    Great point! Thank you.

  18. SalivateMetal says:

    Well, it has become increasingly rare to find silver coinage in circulation. But, your point is well taken. Geography plays a pretty big role as you stated. Thanks for your insight. Great discussion.

  19. SalivateMetal says:

    I agree. IN the end, it’s personal. If it sells for a premium, it’s numismatic. Thanks for your thoughts PD Ballerina!

  20. Paul Maritz says:


  21. Paul Maritz says:

    True, this is why I believe each coin has numismatic/collector’s value, some just more than others. lol

  22. Paul Maritz says:

    Great video. I believe each coin has numismatic/collector’s value, some just more than others (or further beyond spot). lol

  23. Pura Plata says:

    Lets just call it Premium silver?? You used that term alot in the vid

  24. Pura Plata says:

    Hey…. Sweet libertad

  25. Jose Aparicio says:

    LMAO … really …..not a semi-belly but a full belly…. great info by the way.