Learn common diagnostics
Learn common diagnostics of counterfeit gold coins from PCGS in this short video course. Watch the entire series at https://www.pcgs.com/education.
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I have a 1933 $20.00 gold coin i found in my father's stuff who has passed away and am wondering how to go about sending it to you to get it checked out
Thank you! A very instructional video. Any serious collector needs to be knowledgeable about counterfeits. I carefully inspect and study every coin I buy for the irregularities this excellent video mentions. Ignorance in numismatics is definitely not bliss. It’s difficult to give anyone guidelines in this area because even reputable dealers have been known to unwittingly sell fakes. It’s always best to be clued up about counterfeits.
This is really god examples.. but you need to be a expert like the guy who is talking to know what is real ...
Not appearing to be ignorant, but I have a question for you...Do you think it is relatively safe to buy gold coins from reputably bullion dealers, such as Ampex, and Provident Metals?
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Welcome to my presentation on the valuable Barber Half Dollars worth lots of money that you should be searching for! In the video we will discuss a variety of coins from rare key dates with really low mintages to small varieties such as a ‘Micro O’ that can make your half dollar worth thousands! Also included are some smaller, lesser-known varieties that are fun to search for which I figured I would highlight - best of luck searching for these in the future!
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Charles E Barber is just one of my favorite designers! Half dollars are very interesting to me(Design)! How about that 1909 inverted S! The 1892 Micro 0 is something else. Thanks this is amazing video! Thanks ??. ?????
Really great info. Coin collecting is so interesting because it often joins History with this hobby. Love it.
1904-S....21k for a 63...105k for 67
You guys are so transparent to pump the crap coins right after you bought into them.
The teaching theme is a nice touch too... problem is you don't understand blockchain and that "privacy" is nonexistent when all anyone need do is watch the outputs. It's a fallacy made for sheeple.
Those using "mixers" are even at higher risk of outputs being followed, because you have something to hide by proxy alone.
As an example, look at the Onion Router network (.io). At the very top of the onion router page it clearly states: "the onion-router.net site formerly hosted at the Center for High Assurance Computer Systems of the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory.". Now, do you REALLY think that the Department of Naval Intelligence would release to the public something they couldn't readily read? Think about that for a moment.
A better term to describe "Privacy coins" would be "Exploitation entrapment networks"
also the english needs polish... "Bitcoin lacks" is proper, not "Bitcoin is lacks"
Love your work guys thanks and keep up the quality content! ?
On all videos, audio seemed to be a little low. And on this video even lower. Maybe something you guys can work on. Great work! thanks
I just laugh at your haters.
which "privacy coin project" sponsors this series?