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Buffalo round multiple mistakes is it one big mistake legs specifically

BreskiBreski Posts: 4
edited August 30, 2023 12:43PM in Precious Metals





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  • RiveraFamilyCollectRiveraFamilyCollect Posts: 317 ✭✭✭

    Do people collect errors in rounds/bullions like they do with coins?

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  • rte592rte592 Posts: 1,387 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited August 30, 2023 7:51AM

    You have to look for All the hidden messages.
    Like the all seeing eye.

    Then elaborate on what mistakes you are talking about.
    We're not mind readers, well some are but the rest of us...not so much.

    Silver is silver unless it's not.
    Did you buy from a reputable dealer?
    Did you test it for authentication?

  • Yes I buy from a very reputable dealer personally.i know wording was rough not sure how to word maybe.but I have the pictures you see the one that shows coin and price is just to show what it suppose to look like.tye other ones are pictures of what I'm asking which would be the legs on the hind specifically are messed up dont know name of era also front left hoof area.that would be more specifically what I'm asking about.i did buy it as a struck through piece.i did ask the shop only mentioned that it was in the hair and hard to tell.i believe they missed the leg issue though unless that is considered struck through.I appreciate the time and effort.



  • Zoomed in pics of what the leg defect might be better herd for me to even tell in first one

  • GreenstangGreenstang Posts: 725 ✭✭✭✭
    edited August 30, 2023 3:17PM

    It is a bullion round produced by a third party, not a silver coin produced by the mint.
    Any error or variety would have no numismatic value beyond bullion.

  • blitzdudeblitzdude Posts: 5,303 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @Greenstang said:
    It is a bullion round produced by a third party, not a silver coin produced by the mint.
    Any error or variety would have no numismatic value beyond bullion.

    Not seeing anything other than poor quality control.

    As for 3rd party trash, plenty of bars that the sheeple gladly overpay for because they are so "rare", "monster toned gutter", etc. Way more dollaz than sense out in the world IMO. RGDS!

    The whole worlds off its rocker, buy Gold™.

  • rte592rte592 Posts: 1,387 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited August 30, 2023 8:18PM

    @RiveraFamilyCollect said:
    Do people collect errors in rounds/bullions like they do with coins?

    If they did it would have to be authenticated to count for anything.
    It's not like a stamping error on a silver bar or serial number error on a collectable bar.
    Buffalo rounds are generic.

  • Thank you all for your input i appreciate it.i understand it's not from a mint with numastic value this is just one of my rounds didn't buy for anything more was just wondering what that error might be called regardless of mint poor quality control.i will have to put up some of my numastic collectible ones I have some pretty rare ones with only around 6000 minted.thank you to everyone

  • JBKJBK Posts: 14,537 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Looks Iike overpolished dies. Or maybe just poorly prepared dies.

    I have a major off-center silver round. It's a popular vintage round and i think it might have a modest premium as a curiosity, but it could have been made on purpose for all anyone knows.

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