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Royal Canadian Mint 1 oz. Gold Bar Unboxing!

My first bar from the canadian mint! 😀

Opening Royal Canadian Mint Great Horned Owl Silver Coins

Short video of opening a box of Royal Canadian Mint Great Horned Owl silver one ounce coins. I add some commentary on how and where i’m buying, and more information.
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Star Trek crew Captain Kirk Royal Canadian Mint coin

Ever since I can remember, I collected everything, hence the name, “Collector of All Things”. My passion as a collector never went away.

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Royal Canadian Mint Pickup

A few items I picked up this week.

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Royal Canadian Mint Lunar Lotus Year of the Dragon Coin

Mailday from the Royal Canadian Mint! New 2011 Silver Lunar Lotus Year of the Dragon Coin for our set!

Royal Canadian Mint Enterprise I,Mudd coin

Royal Canadian Mint Enterprise I,Mudd coin

This collection was an early Birthday/Christmas gift from my Mother. She knows that I am a huge Star Trek Fan and honored that with a wonderful gift.

Ever since I can remember, I collected everything, hence the name, “Collector of All Things”. My passion as a collector never went away. Throughout the years, I collected model cars, swords, watches, comic books, figurines and more. These videos are about sharing this passion for collecting with you.

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10 Oz Royal Canadian Mint Silver Bar

10 Oz Royal Canadian Mint Silver Bar

Unboxing the Royal Canadian Mint 1oz Silver Leaf

Taking a look at the 2015 RCM Silver Leaf coin with the maple leaf display case

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Unboxing cases of new and possibly rare 2016 Canadian circulation coins from the Royal Canadian Mint

Unboxing cases of the new and possibly rare 2016 Canadian circulation coins from the Royal Canadian Mint featuring new packaging from the RCM.
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Oh, Canada! RCM Royal Canadian Milkspot Review

A review of several silver bullion products from the Royal Canadian Mint, now not-so-affectionately renamed to the Royal Canadian Milkspot. Here’s a close up look at my premium silver products from RCM and the horrific milk spots they’ve developed. Even NGC graded MS70 slabbed coins with spots.

Do you like Canadian silver coins?? BUYER BEWARE!

RCM has officially declared, “The coins are bullion coins. They are not collector coins. They are sold as one ounce of silver. The Mint knows that there is a problem. The problem has existed since 1988, when the SML coin was first introduced.” The Mint says that, “there is nothing that they can do about the problem.”

The trash heap has spoken!

This seems ironic considering the number of unique designs and high premiums they charge. It seems to me that they would just be making cheap rounds if that were the case. Here is a discussion of RCM’s position on the milk spot problem plaguing their silver bullion products:

http://www.goldismoney2.com/showthread.php?2709-Royal-Canadian-Mint-s-official-position-on-quot-milk-spots-quot-on-silver-Maple-Leaf-coins

When asked about returning my NGC70 coins to the major online bullion vendor that sold them to me, this was their reply:

“Thank you for your inquiry. Spotting is a natural occurrence with precious metals as it can be a result of several different factors including the minting process, even though it may not show up for some time after it has been minted. This means that it does not reduce the value of the coin, nor does it change the MS-70 grade of the coin since the spots were not present while it was being graded.”