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Lucky Vagabond
Hey everyone! I finally got the coin checked out at a local coin shop: youtube/omA6-qUR6eA
Comment from : Lucky Vagabond


Carl Marshall
It's definitely fake I'll buy it off for you I'll give you a $100 for it Lol just kidding
Comment from : Carl Marshall


Katie Krohse
So real
Comment from : Katie Krohse


judd brady
It’s a bogey just wipe it off with a tissue
Comment from : judd brady


HifiCentret
Your scale Get a calibration weight (probably 50 gram for your scale) and look in the manual how to calibrate it (or find a video on youtube) Even the cheaper chinese ones are actually quite good and good enough for that scalebrCaliper: You might very well get a slightly thicker reading on the center of the coin To protect the coin use tape on the jaws Zero it after applying tapebrSince you've got it for that long there's no doubt it's real Only recently there has been tungsten filled coins While they fit size and weight they do fail the ping test You can even find apps that'll analyse the frequency to tell you not only does it ping but frequency also is within expected range On top of that I do believe that tungsten is slightly magnetic (use small powerful neodymium)brThe spot: You can get various coins "dips" if you want to remove the spotbrI believe the silver content makes it a little more prone to spot corosion than it's original big brother - the Krugerrand Also the in the datasheet for Krugerrand sizes are given as maximum - they're typically slightly less and weight is minimum and typically some 1/100 gram heavier In fact all bullion gold coins are a little heavier than their specified weight - 1 because even at 9999 fines there's still a teeny tiny amount of something else - mostly copper and silver - 2 because you're guaranteed to get the specified amount and since there's always manufacturing tolerances they must take that into account Mostly you're lucky and get slightly more than you pay for - if unlucky you get exactly what you pay for
Comment from : HifiCentret


paul axton
Copper spots are common
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SILVER WISKERS
its supposed to weigh heavier because its 22k gold, it has exactly 5toz of pure gold and added silver and copper for durability, its actually the best way to have coins that ain't so soft that the smallest bump will leave a nasty mark on it
Comment from : SILVER WISKERS


💖LaylaTheUnicornGirl 21💖
It’s real I’ve had many with those spots
Comment from : 💖LaylaTheUnicornGirl 21💖


Oahu Hawaii
The rim is needed to be higher than the design elements of the coin so that the coins can be stacked without falling over
Comment from : Oahu Hawaii


blargg
Also do a ping test! That is virtually impossible to fake given the size and weight are correct
Comment from : blargg


Blake
I picked up 2x of these 2020 1oz from APMEX and that looks exactly like what I bought
Comment from : Blake


Jemark Corpin
I had one how much if i sell it
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lilith 9
So the weight it doesn't have to be exactly 33,92? Mine is 34, 02 bought in a fiscal shop in the center of Milan But I was wondering about that range of mm The other aspects are very good, too as ur coin very define lines
Comment from : lilith 9


mrvax2
On a new real coin, seems like when held right, you will see a circular pattern swirl This coin looks genuine
Comment from : mrvax2


REBEL COUNTY
Yes I would of thought it was real,it's not too yellow and the detail of the woman is very goodhelpful video thanksbrtime to cash in "its the end of the world as we know it"😷😎
Comment from : REBEL COUNTY


ptaeiy
An interesting note from Sigma Metalytic PM Verifier Specs br" Copper and certain copper alloys can mimic the electrical properties of gold and come very close to those of silver In these cases the unit may display a result that falls within the expected range for gold or silver, even though the metal is not gold or silver Since copper and copper alloys are less dense than silver or gold, counterfeit pieces will either be under the expected weight or over the expected size For this reason it is always recommended that the weight and dimensions also be checked"brGive it a read The unit is NOT Foolproof buysigmametalyticscom/aboutbrIt's Not a rule-in, Nor even a rule-out test Where it lands between the brackets also is a clue to PM composition brI almost bought one because I wanted to fast stack gold and silver I think an Ultrasonic Thickness Meter is a better and cheaper alternative, though it needs flat even surface to give good reading Especially for big bullion bars Should work to detect tungsten filled fakes
Comment from : ptaeiy


ptaeiy
What I'm always curious abt is there really 1 troy ounce of gold in there
Comment from : ptaeiy


M MASTIDE
It's just the copper
Comment from : M MASTIDE


dicky dickerson
The red or brown spot is fine No worries what so ever 👍
Comment from : dicky dickerson


jwoolf55
flick it with your finger and if it rings like a bell its real
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Jack Chang
I have one like that too But no spots However, I have afew 9999 gold bar with spots on them and those bars have anticounterfeit designs on them Maybe just impurities
Comment from : Jack Chang


Geno Garozzo
Did this end up being real? I have the same coin and everybody says if the coin does not weigh 339 it is counterfeit because "the government just doesn't mess these things up" my coin also weighs 3405 so I was wondering???
Comment from : Geno Garozzo


Silver Surfer
It's fake, worthless but I'll take it off your hands for $100 😁
Comment from : Silver Surfer


Jeff Fisher
No doubt real, you can tell by the definition and the pin wheel reflection
Comment from : Jeff Fisher


rAging Gamer
Do the magnet test Also, take it to your LCS amd they can test it
Comment from : rAging Gamer


Owl Poodle
It's too flat, fake
Comment from : Owl Poodle


Coins and Capsaicin
I'd find a coin shop and have them sigma test it I think its counterfeit just based on the devices visiblebrbrEdit: I've watched this again and changed my mind I believe it's real Also, the spotting is happening for the reason you thought Copper alloy toning
Comment from : Coins and Capsaicin


silverhorder1969
If it is real which I think it is then that year carries a hefty premium because of the year I have many gold eagles from 2 different companies Most came from APMEX and the weight & size does very ever so slightly on those cheap scales
Comment from : silverhorder1969


W KB
The pregnant lady coin is highly faked
Comment from : W KB


joe cohen
Take the coin to a large dealer See if they offer you market rate I have a coin I suspected for years I took it to 2 dealers They both offered me 80 of the spot price, leading me to believe its legit Oh, and dump that scale
Comment from : joe cohen


Yau Chan Lim
try burn the copper spot using cigar lighter it should go away it will not affect "gold" coin so you get to test your gold too :)
Comment from : Yau Chan Lim


AH Imaging
Do a specific gravity test
Comment from : AH Imaging


Hardesty Hardesty
It's real I seen somewhere that the red spots are an imperfection that got stamped into the coin during the minting or something like that and some early American eagles have them
Comment from : Hardesty Hardesty


NemoMetalShell
Hi there Can't confirm is this a real coin or not since I am not an expert and I never had 1oz American Eagle (I have 1/10oz American Eagle only) But I can tell something about those red spots I have Archangel Michael series gold coins (1/10oz, Ukraine) and all of them have red spots more or less As far as I know when the stamp hits a billet during production process stamp may leave its microparts in the upper layers of the actual billet (future coin) Those microparts may start oxidize later on causing red spots which is rust basically As long as you have real 311 grams of gold in that coin you should not worry about it since gold cannot oxidize itself But if you would like to get rid of that spot you may try Leuchtturm cleaning agent for gold coins (they have same agents for silver, copper and others) I had some experience with cleaning a couple of silver coins and it worked fine, so I will try to do the same for my gold coins in future brbrbrP S Awesome coin though, I wish I could have one of these (1oz) in future
Comment from : NemoMetalShell


Prince Griffin
It's fake I will give u 25 dollars 4 It so I can use it as a example of a fake
Comment from : Prince Griffin


Ruggero M
Besides the ping test, you can also test the coin with a strong magnet to exclude a tungsten filled one You find this test on youtube The coin must be suspended inside a coin capsule, and, with gold, a strong magnet should repel the coin
Comment from : Ruggero M


Gex
Just use a pencil eraser to wipe away that red spot I had one on my coin and it totally worked perfectly I don't know how but, it just worked
Comment from : Gex


KIRK
If you want ill give you few hundred for it :)
Comment from : KIRK


KIRK
aubscribed If you can subscribe to my channel would appreciate it!!
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Mike Whitaker
They are only 91 gold think 6 copper and 2 silver something like that
Comment from : Mike Whitaker


Julie Olson
I think it real cas the detail is perfect
Comment from : Julie Olson


virtuosojames
Ping test?
Comment from : virtuosojames



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