canadian silver coins?

billyjoe

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trying to buy some Canadian silver coins from mint.ca for both investment and collection. And I'm also thinking of those mintage < 2000 and price <$1000. Those should have more potentials...any input, guys?
 

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Welcome to the board.:cheers:

Personally, I'm not into the numismatic value of low mintages and the like, but there are plenty of folks who are and turn a good profit doing it.

Can't go wrong with a standard Maple Leaf of your favorite metal, great looking coins imho.
 

ancona

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I'm a straight up junk silver and ASE guy, but there may be some on the board who can help.

BTW.......Welcome to the board.
 

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Do you have problems with milkspots on those? I have heard they are hard to keep from tarnishing due to the high purity.
Umm ... the one I had before I took up white-water rafting (terrible accident - should have taken lessons first), never had that problem.
 

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Im with Mark. I do own other forms of silver.. but new purchases are 90%, and eagles.
 

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Do you have problems with milkspots on those? I have heard they are hard to keep from tarnishing due to the high purity.
Yes, a lot of the silver maples get milkspots unless they are still sealed from the mint, but I thought the spots were caused by the press and lubricants used in manufacturing reacting with the air. No big deal IMO, wouldn't stop me from buying them! ;)
 
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