I’ll let the community answer your question as their are a number of users on here who have purchased from us. However, I guarantee we would not risk the Doc and my reputation and the 80+ hours a week we put in on the website selling fake coins. Thank you for considering SD Bullion!
Hardcorestacker. In the last 3 months I bought about 2,000 oz of silver in my on going campaign to convert my FIAT to Phyzz using SD Bullion. In additional I converted my entire IRA to gold and silver through SD Bullion. The price was right, shipping was free and delivery was about 7-9 working days. We plan convert my wife’s IRA to gold and silver via her SDIRA with SD Bullion in about a week or so. While doing this I checked local prices as well as a couple of websites to see what spot was and SD Bullion was at or lower than the other sites.
hardcorestacker I only very recently ordered via SD Bullion, so I cannot really provide a valid comment. However, they’ve delivered the silver that I’ve won here and which was donated to me by 4 oz in a speedy way with no problems whatsoever. I live in South Africa and that has to count towards something, because it’s most definitely long distance.
I made a purchase from the DOC a couple of months ago. The package arrived on time, was properly insured and I about had to have a flame thrower to get into the box. I was and am very pleased with my order. I bought from APMEX before the DOC started selling. While the delivery was on time, I wasn’t impressed with the packaging. Hope this helps.
The USPS has a very solid packaging system When mailing high value contents the package is double wrapped, then fully sealed with special tape than each section of the taping is stamped to make sure that there is no way someone can ferret their way into the package and then reseal the package. I have received many shipments from phyzz dealers and they all use this system The USPS knows some of their employees are not honest so that do what they can to remove the temptation.
If and when I do another large Silver purchase, I will do so through SD. While I have absolutely no question about the integrity of Doc, Bull Run & co., I would be interested in whether they have ever randomly sampled coins for counterfeiting.
Thanks for all the responses guys. I know there are shitloads of fake silver coins around, and therefore I am interested to know if any of you have tested the coins from SD bullion?
Not that I think that SD bullion sells fake coins, but I just wanted to be sure. there are many suppliers that seem “legit”, and the coins weigh the right amount and are sized correctly and still are fake.
Just FYI: In the last 30 days a family member of mine bought a 500 oz Silver Eagle monster box from SD Bullion. Everything went perfectly. I opened the box because some of the coins were given to various family members. I can vouch for the authenticity of the coins. I examined a representative sample and I’ve got over 35+ years of coin collecting experience.
SD Bullion offers good prices. Buying from SD Bullion supports this website and people who care about “the little guy” in our world vs. the banking oligarchy.
Generally speaking, Mammoth is right about the pre-1965 US silver coinage. It’s very unusual to find fakes because the value of the coins are not high enough to inspire counterfeiting (that will change!). True numismatic pieces, however, are a bit tricky. There are even knock-offs of “slabbed” graded coins in the marketplace. But for the average buyer just looking to stack bullion, it’s very unlikely you’re going to come across fake 90% US coinage or fake generic US Silver Eagles.
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