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1 oz Fake Silver Bar – Which One is Fake?

"📷 Check out these two SilverTowne bars from Money Metals! 🤩

They look so similar at first glance, but there are some noticeable differences. One of them has a super shiny finish, while the other is a bit duller. Plus, take a look at the horse design: on the shiny one, it looks healthy and vibrant, but on the other, it's a skeletal version. 🐴

Honestly, we've encountered quite a few of these fake SilverTowne bars before, and most of the time, that horse design is a dead giveaway. 🚩 Also, the fakes are usually way shinier!

It's crazy how some privately minted coins, rounds, and bars can have such a dazzling finish. Let's put them to the test with the Sigma machine. 🧪 Testing the one with the skeleton horse... Hmm, it's not giving a perfect match, so we'll need to recalibrate it.

Guess what? Nothing shows up on the recalibration! 🙅‍♂️ That totally throws the Sigma sensors off, and it confirms that this one is the fake. The other bar is legit, though!

So, which one did you think was the fake? Drop your guesses below! ⬇️"





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Stefan Gleason is President of the Sound Money Defense League, a national grassroots lobbying organization working to restore gold & silver to their historical role as America's constitutional money. He also leads Money Metals Exchange, a national precious metals dealer with over 50,000 customers. Gleason has frequently appeared on national television networks such as CNN, FoxNews, & CNBC, & his writings have appeared in hundreds of publications such as the Wall Street Journal,, Seeking Alpha, Detroit News, Washington Times, & National Review.
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