The Maples tend to get milk spots, but they're less expensive and have an ever-so-slight purity advantage over the Eagles. Plus, their face value is higher, if it ever comes to that.iWriteStuff wrote: ↑Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:32 amAmen to that! I just ordered up some eagles that were offered at a discount to premium.... good stuff, that. Those Maple Leafs aren't too bad, either. Occasionally I buy a few rounds, but I'm very very picky about those.Mark wrote: ↑Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:30 amEagles my man. When they were cheap I loaded up on them. Those rounds just arent as pretty.iWriteStuff wrote: ↑Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:21 amWhen you say "silver dollars", are you referring to the American Silver Eagles or the old school Ikes?