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Contest #3 Update and SIlver Bullion Unboxing

Update on the contest #3 drawing and future contests. Silver Bullion Unboxing as well. Comment, like, Subscribe. Thanks for all the support.
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13 Responses to Contest #3 Update and SIlver Bullion Unboxing

  1. Sean Marts says:

    I would say the tube

  2. Coltietime777 says:

    best way is to clean milk spots is with a jewelry cloth. I have one for silver, and it’s….amazing…

  3. Coltietime777 says:

    best way is to clean milk spots is with a jewelry cloth. I have one for silver, and it’s….amazing…

  4. veritasfiles says:

    If you haven’t opened the mint tubes, then I would leave them in there, with the original filament take attached. If you’ve opened them at all, then I’d say they are fair game. It really isn’t going to matter in terms of toning. They’ll tone either way over time because they’ve been exposed to the atmosphere. Just keep them out of sunlight and away from your hand oils as much as possible. But ultimately, your stack is your stack and it should reflect your particular likes & dislikes.

  5. silverfish VT says:

    Silver tones, its just what it does. I have some in airtites that are toning, as well as in the tube. I have dessicants in my safe, it doesnt matter. I just dont sweat it.

  6. kcarzan9111 says:

    Niether one container will over everything will be rusted or distrubed because the quality will not be guanranteed quality or lifetime ensured for anything.

  7. xxjose95 says:

    Nice picks!

  8. NUDNICK111 says:

    I use the baking soda/hot water and foil method Lag. Great results without scrubbing. There is a few vids on here /Nnqq2V_Hpck

  9. TrackstarPre says:

    very nice pick ups!

    liked and subbed

  10. EpicRV says:

    I wish i knew a way to get them off…i heard that erasers work….but afraid to scratch them up….havent dipped them in EZ-est yet though……..baking soda will scratch them…..

  11. tpntch07 says:

    Neat looking bars!

  12. lagoveride says:

    very good point. Got any tips for maples with milk spots. I have seen the eraser trick. I would like to avoid scratching them though.

    But I got what you mean. although ealges demand the higher premium they are still generic really unless slabbed pf70 or ms70. I think my next purchase will go the generic bar route. I just could not pass up the deal on the eagles recently with the price being so low. 🙂

  13. EpicRV says:

    Nice pickups — personally they are going to end up minting well over 10 million of those eagles — so no matter what you do — if they tone — you can just dip them in EZ-est or clean them with baking soda (thats what i do with my non numismatic coins that tone).

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