This seller's coin is promoted as "2019 1 oz American Silver Eagle" I found it odd how come it costs 2.45 $ only... Now check the description: Yes, if you read "Steel core silver plating", then you can't say you're being double-crossed. But the title and the image is still misleading. The coin is at best a "replica". And while eBay does not allow the promotion of replica Rolex watches, then how come an iron replica of a famous silver coin is fine to promote? The title is misleading and if you overlook the description, you'll think it's 1 oz Silver. Does the US Mint make "fakes" or "replicas" of its own coins??? If not, then this is a TOTAL FAKE. Just like many others. I did encounter other sellers who sold this category of FAKE coins as genuine 1 oz silver coins at the price of silver coins. Somewhere in the description they also had "steel-plated" or something similar mentioned... There are countless such misleading ads. A few years ago I saw people selling pictures of certain things "picture of...", but if you don't read "the fine prints", you'll think it's the actual object! It wouldn't fool me, but if a few variable were arranged differently, the average man would buy in (for instance if the price was 23 $, it would seem more realistic). Who reads the description carefully nowadays?