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Strange spotting on new QB Falcon coins - anyone seen this before?


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I received one 1 oz QB Griffin from a dealer that has quite a horrible eye appeal. It is a bit challenging to photograph it but you can clearly see the coin surface looks plain horrible on a direct lightning. It looks a bit like milk spots common on silver coins but they are on gold. Is this something that is baked into the coin or can it be removed? At least gently rubbing the coin with a soapy water does not remove the ugly coating. These are not scratches and the coin seems not to have any physical damage whatsoever 

What do you think should I try to replace this?







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2 minutes ago, Midasfrog said:

Its worth paying a bit extra and picking these up direct from the Royal Mint if you want to increase the chance of a better grade . Buying from a dealer it might be harder to exchange a bullion coin . 

That’s exactly why I buy my Queen’s Beasts direct from the Royal Mint Bullion.

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