Discussion in 'General Precious Metals Discussion' started by bloomst, Apr 24, 2013.
Australian swan. Think pictures and mintage numbers tell for themselves.
10 oz Dragon and Phoenix. Very nice coin with 888 mintage. If the price was also nice.
And if Perth Mint would make the diameter of there 10 oz coins as of Queen's Beasts size
That is the 6 oz Antique Finish Frank Frazetta Legacy Collection Death Dealer Silver Statue.
Produced by Heads or Tales Coin Company.
More statues of the beautiful Legacy collection can be viewed here:
Yes, you are correct. Didn't think that such an ad was allowed here. But the company is really good.
If only they sent me their products for review on my around 8K subs youtube channel...
This coin is called History of Russian coins.
Mintage is 27K. 0.900 gold. 15.5 g.
Released only once in 2009.
Many consider it as the most beautiful modern BU gold coin of Russia.
Queen's Beasts. Think pictures tell for themselves.
Very nice. I'm missing the gold griffin.
It's very difficult to get individual good coins, let alone a full set of good coins.
I believe that taking them out of the capsule and physically handling them to take a picture is risky as they scratch very easily. I've damaged at least 2 coins due to my inexperience and end up having to buy replacements.
Have you gotten the Yale and white lion?
I am a rather experienced guy. And as youtube and instagrammer I could not miss an opportunity to share photos with others)))
But I try to be very careful of course.
And no, I still need to find funds for Yale and White Lion...
Will try to do it this year as later good examples will become difficult to get. Here you are right...
Please share your method for taking such beautiful photos with us, it's very hard to capture the detail of these beautiful coins
seconded, would be interested to know your lens and rig along with method for light source.
thirded... great photos
Thank you for the question.
Just buy Panasonic Gh5 and you'll get the same results. Very good camera.
Panasonic Gh5 kit, 4K photo, just some patience and a little luck.
Plus passion for coins of course.
PS Now you just need to subscribe to my YouTube channel Silver Stacking Academy 2
Subbed, thanks for your content.
I picked up a great deal on some Mexican Libertad coins. The dealer I got them from told me he bought close to 100 coins in a collection and he offered them to me for $5 over melt. That is more than I would pay but this is a newer dealer I'm working with and I told him I would go look at what he has.
Glad I did. There were many key years in the collection, including multiples of the best ones. I wound up with 6-1998 coins, all look great. Multiples of 1999, 2007, 1988, 1989, etc. No 1991 type 2 coins but that is OK. Not many of the common early ones that I already have too many of thankfully.
I was able to get the dealer down to $3.50 over spot if I bought them all, which I did. I'm thinking of having the 1998 coins graded since they can go for $300 if good grade.
thanks, im using a gh4 with 45mm macro lens. wht lens and light source do you use? are you using the panasonic app with a phone?
Funny, but as I am not a photographer at all I use just lamps in my apartment
And no, I do not use that app.
And think 30 mm cheapest macro lens by Panasonic.
1 oz silver Batavia.
Looks and feels great in hand.
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