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l.cutler

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Dec 2, 2006
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1,668
NEPA
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Tejon, Cibola, T2
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Plain and simple, the coins are fake. Another example of the flood of counterfeits coming out of China.
 
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Surf_Pirate

Surf_Pirate

Life's Short - Dig Deep
Mar 31, 2013
201
569
Eastern NC
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Fisher F75, Garrett Pro Pointer
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All Treasure Hunting
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thanks guys, appreciate the feedback. :icon_thumleft:
 

Treasure_Hunter

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Staff member
Jul 27, 2006
47,077
51,341
Florida
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Minelab_Equinox_ 800 Minelab_CTX-3030 Minelab_Excal_1000 Minelab_Sovereign_GT Minelab_Safari Minelab_ETrac Whites_Beach_Hunter_ID Fisher_1235_X
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They have to be fake, the melt down value of the silver coins alone would be close to $600, who sells something for $140 that is worth $600 melted down.
 

Blackfoot58

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Jan 11, 2023
805
1,558
Iowa
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Makro Simplex+
They have to be fake, the melt down value of the silver coins alone would be close to $600, who sells something for $140 that is worth $600 melted down.
1 of 3 possibilities: 1) a seller who is clueless, 2) fake coins, 3) real coins, but you’ll never see them: they take the payment and run. I won’t point a finger, because I do not know the seller. I would steer clear.
 

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