$5,000+ 1990s Coin Collection Treasure Chest Unboxing: Silver & Chinese & US & Ancient & World

I was thrilled to have the opportunity to unbox this collection that ended up having a value well in excess of $5,000… I'm thrilled to see the final value that all the items bring! Curious what that will be… my guess could be anywhere from $7,000-$11,000, but maybe I'm a little too excited about what's in front of us. In any case, sit back, enjoy this unboxing, and if you have more information on any of the items I struggled with, don't hesitate to leave a comment!

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28 Comments on “$5,000+ 1990s Coin Collection Treasure Chest Unboxing: Silver & Chinese & US & Ancient & World”

  1. Very nice assortment of quality world coins. I assume that this guy travelled a lot, had a nice income and spent a pretty penny at different coin shops and markets. Bummer that he didn´t start a “real” collection, with his means that would have been a great one. Greets from GER, U.
    P.S. 14:30 These are 10 centimes 1812 from “Koenigreich Westphalen” (Hannover, parts of Prussia and Hessen), a short living “kingdom” under the rule of one of Napoleon´s relatives, Hieronymus Napoleon. His nick name was “Koenig Lustig” (funny king).

  2. 1880 S Morgan looked more like a MS63 or 64 on a good day. The PL reverse was nice but the cheek and fields of the obverse were very baggy. Also 80′ S is a tougher graded year, a lot of the 79-82 S minted coins came very nice and lustrous making the graders need to be more conservative through those years.

  3. I would love to have a job like you have. To be able to go through those coins would be exciting for sure!!!😅😢😂😅😅😅😅😅

  4. I would love to have a collection like that…but I think there’s a good chance that those Chinese coins are real, just the sound they made when you were taking them out of the bag sounded like silver to me

  5. I used to own a gold 5 rubles from Russia just like the one you showed. I believe it was dated 1904 and cost me like $195 or so

  6. the really confusing thing is that Caracalla and Elagabalus were all called Marcus Aurelius Antoninus so the only way to really tell them apart is to look for facial features and whatnot

  7. Very nice collection minus the ancients and Chinese which are probably fake if sold properly I see about 6k-8k USD

    1. @Sparta Numismatics I’ve no doubt some of them are I just don’t know enough about ancients to put a value on them , that’s why I didn’t include them in my value assessment

  8. Great coins. I wonder if the collector was able to enjoy looking at them. Not just hidden in the suitcase.

  9. Honestly a great little collection, random but I’ll take random silver any day of the week.

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