The US Mint has just announced the "v75" gold coin with an insane mintage of 1945. This is kind of replicating the 2019-S silver eagle mess from last year. And now, the US Mint is stepping into colorized coins, and cranking out coins no one wants? So, do you think that the US Mint has gone nuts?
The US Mint- has it gone nuts?
I. R. Bama
No, I don't think they have. Canada has proven there is an appetite and a market for colorized coins. They have done their marketing research and they found they could turn a profit Not my thing at all but some people love them and that is fine. You and I my friend are old school collectors and traditionalists!
Tell me more about the V75 controversy.... Not up to speed on that yet....
Check my post from May 7th, 2020. That I hope will bring you up to speed.
Are the Canadian coins for bussines? Or collecting. Because that color will not last in circulation. No way. They make there big money on collectable coins that are color of with every animal there is. I have no room for colored coins.in my collection. Sure they look nice but they charge also. The basket ball dollar with a red rim 95.00. So if you want color you will pay for it. Also don't display it the sun will work on it also it says store in a cool dark place! Also I think the mint is losing it.11 days ago
I got the colorized coins so one day, I could sell it to make some money.
The Gold as a mintage of 1945
I. R. Bama
Mike, no, those Canadians aren't business strike. Just collectable. Check them out Mint.ca11 days ago
Not sure, but i'll check into it. Sounds fascinating.11 days ago
The mintage on the ASE with the privacy mark is 75000The gold silver eagle is 1945.. The medal has no mintage yet. There will be a mess with this. 1945. There probably sold already . The 30.000 were sold before to large dealers.
The mintage on the ASE with the privy mark is 75000The gold is 1945 The medal has no mintage yet.