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Sub standard American Eagles.


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An American silver eagle is my only silver coin since I started buying in 2013 that just looks terrible.

Other people with whom I speak about silver say the same, they also have many Silver Eagles with problems.

Here it is very difficult to sell them over spott price so you loose a lot of money.

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I would say that milk spotted or not ASEs along with any bullion from a recognised mint will still fetch a premium. I've seen mangled ones go for £22 p/oz. The cheapest small cast bars are currently ~£23 p/oz and up, so 1oz bullion rounds will go for at least that. 

Don't get me wrong if you want to sell them cheap go for it, I'll certainly keep an eye out of that's the case! 😁

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On 14/11/2021 at 12:31, Lucylucy said:

 I have 21 american eagles which are milk spotted and in cracked capsules.

Is there a demand from perhaps, pourers and if so what prices would they fetch?

Thank you for any advice.



Depending on how bad they are I'd imagine they would still fetch £450+ and quickly. 

I like to buy the pre-dip dip

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