In this video I talk about milk spotting on silver coins. I talk about why silver coins get milk spots, which coins are more likely to get milk spots, and how milk spotted silver coins are valued. Coins with milk spots on them are usually treated as damaged silver coins. My local bullion dealer talks about how he values milk spotted silver maple leaf coins the same as silver rounds. I also attempt to remove milk spots using 2 popular methods. In my first attempt I try to erase the milk spots with an eraser. In my second attempt I try to remove the milk spots with heat. If you have any ideas on how to remove milk spots please comment them below. If you are wondering why there are milk spots silver coins then this is the video for you. It is possible to see milk spots on silver bars, milk spots on silver eagle, milk spots on silver maple leaf coins, and many more silver bullion coins as well. What causes milk spots on silver coins? It is a manufacturing error which is possible to be fixed. If you are wondering how to clean milk spots on silver I try my best to do so. If you are wondering how to prevent milk spots on silver it is nearly impossible to do so. ✅ Check Out Silver Dragons on Rumble: https://rumble.com/SilverDragons ✅ Check Out Silver Dragons on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/silverdragons47/ ✅ SIGMA METALYTICS PMV DISCOUNT: https://rb.gy/aqtojb ✅ Contact: silve[email protected] ✅ Silver Dragon’s Website: https://silverdragons47.com/ Thanks for watching!! Disclaimer: Some of the links are affiliate links where ill earn a small commission if you make a purchase at no additional cost to you. Topics I cover in this video: milk spots on silver coins, milk spots on silver bars, milk spots on silver, milk spots on silver maple leaf, milk spots on silver eagle, milk spots silver, what causes milk spots on silver, milk spots on silver cause, how to clean milk spots on silver, how to prevent milk spots on silver, milk spotting, milk spotted silver coins, remove milk spots, milk spots on silver coins, what are milk spots, why do coins milk spot, how to avoid milk spotted coins, coins that milk spot, milk spotted silver coins, milk spot silver coin, milk spot silver, milk spotted silver, milk spotted silver coins #Silver #SilverStacking #Coins
18 Replies to “Milk Spots on Silver Coins EXPLAINED!”
Tin foil in a bowl baking soda and boiling water maybe…….?
What about the baking soda method?
Cheap maple. No other coins do this but the dumb maples
Hey, remember at 1:19 when he showed the Kruggerand all milk spotted and then your contribution was to state only maple leafs do this? Remember?
I have some Philharmonics afflicted and some generic rounds 😥
@beeks919 I like turtles
@Ron Son and I like mollusks. You may want to figure out how to edit or delete a post.
Seeing your removal fails was kinda funny tbh. But props for trying it on camera
I had an idea to leave the coin inside an Oreo for 1 month and the cookie should absorb all the milk…
Since 2018, Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coins have eliminated milk spots stain discoloration, because of their Mint Shield technology which was developed by Dr. Xianyao Li, who is the Chief Technology Officer at the Royal Canadian Mint. Furthermore, Mint Shield technology remains the proprietary secret jealously guarded by the Royal Canadian Mint which has not been figured by other mints that continue to have their own persistent milk spot problems.
Don’t repair coins, you are destroying the silver, absolute ruin…..
What about toothpaste?
The milk spot is the coin itself deterioratibg into dust, thats why its that cheap not like platinum.
I sold some 22 and 23 Brittania’s and maple leafs to JM Bullion purchase from Monument metals, and they considered them Cull because they had milk spots so I was paid less per coin. Obviously, I was disappointed because they were such a new coins. I believe it involves 75 coins.
Nice 👍 god im foram pakistan
how about trying a little bit of baking soda and water and lightly rubbing with your thumb and finger and then rinsing. how about doing a video on that and see how that turns out!
Definitely want to keep updated on this topic
That’s one of the main reasons why I prefer 90% and 92% silver coins over pure ones.