A Warning About Gold Plated Silver Bullion: Silver Stacking Advice On What To Avoid And Why

Here is an item that is often really cool but needs to be addressed: gold plated silver bullion – or, for that matter, any silver bullion that has been altered outside of the U.S. mint. I want to caution you from ascribing added value to the gold inside, which is often found on coins like American Silver Eagles and other 1 oz rounds – too many people get crushed when they turn around to sell what they purchased for far over the bullion value.

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14 Comments on “A Warning About Gold Plated Silver Bullion: Silver Stacking Advice On What To Avoid And Why”

  1. From the numismatic point of view, these coins are damaged. They look very nice though and I would buy them – for melt value. Greets from GER, U.

  2. Shame unscrupulous folk take advantage of the unwary. By the way, like your channel and your sensible and fair way you give advice. Flaxen Saxon.

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