I bid on lot of 40 Canadian silver .50 pieces on a well known auction site. What I recieved was 20, I paid $180.05 plus S/H which would have been an excellent deal for 40 and is a little higher then I would pay for 20 $18us per $1 face for scrap.Silver was trading lower when I bought Jan 26 The seller admits his mistake and has offered a full refund including shipping both ways. The thing is I would like to keep them. Now is it unreasonable to expect this guy to refund me half of what I paid as I recieve half of what I was expecting? I realize people make mistakes and would consider a compromise. What is reasonable
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