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Noah's Ark ( Armenia ) silver coins


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A question I hope to find an answer with you guys, do the Noah's Ark coins have milkspotting problems or not ?

The reason I ask is that they are at the moment the cheapest BU coins available together with the Philharmoniker and Australian Kangaroo's who both have issues with milkspotting. So I was wondering the Armenian coins would be a "milkspot" free alternative ...

Looking forward to read your experiences with them. 😃

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4 minutes ago, FlorinCollector said:

I have owned them before and they spotted just the same as everything else but this was 2016/17 version. Not sure if they have tried anything new.

Damm, it looks almost nothing is safe for milkspotting ..., oh I love gold so much more ...

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2 hours ago, FlorinCollector said:

@Centauri167 I believe the new Canadian Maples are the old ones that don't spot now with their Mint shield technology I think it is called. Not sure on premiums but. 

That's what they say indeed about the recent Maples, but the premiums are much higher than coins like the Armenian, more than a euro/piece at the moment.

( I have some older Maple Leaves like the 25th anniversary coin who just look white ... )

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@Centauri167 It is a hard one. I know the premium is more for it and it is less likely to milk but when people are looking at pure investment grade bullion I imagine the majority of the coins have all milked so what's the point in paying the extra.

If it was for some nice collectables Id say buy what you like but for investment I would just stick to gold and leave all of that stuff alone. 

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