Lots of modern mint product from around the World should be more accurately regarded as 'exo nummia'
I have found that in most cases, modern mint product, when sold at public auction, commands bullion value plus a small premium.
That is despite the fact that modern mint product is manufactured to very high minting standards.
"Meh" does not surprise me.
There are rare cases however, where a mint product can command multiples of the original issue price. Such an example is the 2009 U.S Mint Ultra High Relief one ounce Double Eagle.