2022 Genesis G70 – Our second review of our 2022 Genesis G70 review will focus on the set’s packaging. In my opinion, the packaging for this gold rush themed set is great…at least when it comes to its appearance. It’s hard not to notice the gold “G” logo that graced the front of the box.
This particular design is rather new (and I’m told it’s going to be a very popular choice for sets moving forward), and so does the gold finish that adorns the set’s front. It is subtle and sophisticated, yet evocative of the type of the gold rush that occurred in the late 1800s.
What You Have to Get From 2022 Genesis G70
As for the content inside the box, the set includes a standard base game card with acrylic playing cards. Additionally, it includes a carry case that is labeled with the same logo as the box, as well as a coin sheet. This shows that this set truly represents the gold rush of that time and has been designed to be easy for collectors to add to their personal collections.
The coins are removable and can be replaced with singles from the same set, so collectors can build up their gold rush library of coins over time. So, how accurate is the depiction of those times? To be honest, I have no idea. Just like the Gold Rush of today, things change dramatically along the way and so the actual period depicted may no longer be true.
That said, the 2022 Genesis G70 colors used, along with the designs used for the symbols on the cards, are still spot on. The set does represent an exciting time and era in American history, so fans of the genre will certainly enjoy this addition to their collectible gold rush theme items.
I have heard some rumors about the value of these sets. One circulating suggestion is that collectors who buy them expect to pay thousands of dollars for each card in the set. My own research indicates that these types of prices would be more accurate if the rumors were true.
According to a trusted website that I use to keep up on current gold prices, a single 2022 Genesis G70 can sell for a mere $ metabot of around $400. This is a very inexpensive set and one that any serious collector should consider when looking to purchase additional coins for their collections.
Another rumor that I have heard concerns theset’s color. Some people have alleged that because the color of the Genesis set uses a yellow gold rather than white as most coins do, that it will lose its desirability and demand. However, I have seen no evidence to support this claim. It has been determined that a great number of collectors prefer white gold, so the color is irrelevant. What really matters is the condition of the coin, which as we’ll see in a moment, will determine its value.
Many individuals mistakenly believe that a gold colored set’s value decreases when the coins in the set are separated from one another. This assumption is flawed. If the coins are properly graded and if their color holds firm, then the value of the set will not decrease due to the presence of different colored coins.
It’s true that separating the set will decrease the amount of gold present in each coin, but the set’s overall value will not change due to the removal of a lesser quantity of white gold coins. One last thing to be aware of is the grading system used by the United States Mint.
All counterfeit gold coins will be treated exactly the same as the official gold coins issued by the US government. This includes the dates on which they were minted, their weights and sizes, and their standard designations. As long as a new stack of these is received into the mint, the value of the complete set will remain intact.
As mentioned at the beginning of the article, there are many factors that affect the value of a 2022 Genesis G70. How much gold is in the set? Is the set stamped with the year of manufacture or a date? How many colors are present?
These are only a few of the many questions that collectors ask when considering selling goldfish or sets to others. Knowing the answers to these questions can help buyers make an informed decision about whether or not to purchase a goldfish set.