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thesongofthunder

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  1. @HawkHybrid you are spot on regarding the BU = Brilliant Uncirculated. Also the EUMint is not cheap at all. I am buying from other sources and I have never received a milk spotted coin from them, also the price is way less than the EU Mint. However, some coins I can't find them so when I make a purchase from EUMint I also include other coins like Britannia or Royal Arms + plus some extra coins that I can't find. Anyways, in conclusion EUMint is not cheap!
  2. Holy smokes, that is too long. It can tone the silver if you keep it that long.
  3. How for how long did you dip the coin in it?
  4. If that is the case, I would recommend EU Mint to specify that for the silver coins, otherwise someone could easily bring them in court.
  5. Milk Spotted silver coins are not accepted, since the dealer is selling them brand new, no milk spots, that's what the customers should get. If they will get spotted over time that is a different story. However, when you buy a new coin, this should be sold at correct price. Hope that makes sense. I would love to see that EUMint is transparent and will specify if that bullion coin is milk spotted that you can buy it at lower price as it should be.
  6. Unfortunately this dip only cleans the toned silver coins. It doesn't clean the milk spots. For that to work you need Cloudy Ammonium, I have never tried it. I just did a little reasearch.
  7. Dear silverforum fellows, Meanwhile I have ordered 5 Britannias from EuropeanMint and believe it or not, I have received them milk spotted. It looks like their promises weren't kept. I have attached some pictures of it. Including the package. I am very disappointed.
  8. I am hoping European Mint will be more careful in the future, and they would return the milk spotted coins to the mint before selling them to the customers. What do you guys think? Is that a fair and good business model? Will it bring more happy clients? Or am I wrong?
  9. Anyways, I don't want to continue this, because it builds tension. Not sure why, but nobody will thank me or appreciate for pointing this issue out!
  10. I would have appreciated if they would offered me to replace the coins. That would be a fair for this issue. I don't want their change refund. I want what I have purchased , BU coins. Simple and fair.
  11. I have a feeling that I am not the only one that got scuffed, scratched, milk spotted coins from them in the last month.
  12. Heya, I thought I should share this with y'all: https://www.trustpilot.com/reviews/5f6bad86798e6f0aa4e2e90f It looks like I am not the only one in this situation. If EUmint will keep following this bad business model, it will spread and clients will stop buying from them. I know I will think twice before purchasing from now on. Thank you!
  13. My apologies guys! It wasn't my intent to start a discussion that will end up into a fight. I just wanted to point out that you can get Milk Spotted Royal Arms 1oz Silver coins from EUMint and you should be aware before purchasing. Maybe it is just a batch, and they might fix it or take in consideration to check the coins before sending to their customers. And I am a little disappointed because they are advertised as Brilliant Uncirculated quality. I really hope this thread will not go into a different direction. Thank you!
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