Re: Good Online Coin Selling Practices
1. Cost are determined by the volume of items submitted and the turn-around time desired. Thus, the more one sends, and the longer one is willing to wait, the cheaper it will be.
2. As a general rule, I am reluctant to spend over a hundred dollars for a non certified item unless I have dealt with the seller previously. Certification by a leading firm is an added assurance of what to expect.
3. I believe modest to high end items should generate higher funds when certified by a leading firm. I have reservations of most sellers, and even collectors, being able to discern circulated copper and brass. Likewise with silver and silver plating as found on some Colonial Tokens. Certification is an added protection from the proliferation of counterfeits. Lastly, many questioable varieties will be properly attributed.
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