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Selling A Coin Collection? Read These Tips First!

selling a coin collection

Here’s a word to the wise: If you have a coin collection you’d like to sell, it’s always prudent to tread carefully. Because while the condition of you coins is certainly critical, so to is the quality of buyer you bring them to.

The majority of coin dealers, of course, are honest and reputable businessmen, although some will try to take advantage of naive sellers. So let’s take a look at some of the most important tips to keep in mind if you’re interested in selling a coin collection:

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Why We Buy Coins and Appraise Coin Collections

According to Greg Glemser, a graduate gemologist and one of the three co-owners of Doylestown Gold Exchange & Jewelers, the customers who come into his shop with coin collections in tow almost always arrive with some variation of the same question: “What exactly do I have here?”

How Do You Know What Your Coin Collections Are Really Worth?

We buy coin collections in DoylestownThat’s a perfectly logical question to ask, and if you’ve ever been on the receiving end of an old and potentially valuable coin collection yourself, you’ll probably understand why.

Part of the answer, of course, is that most of us simply don’t know a whole lot about the value of coins. (Seriously: How many hardcore coin collectors do you know?)

The rest of the answer has to do with the way in which coin collections tend to appear in people’s lives.

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Three Tips for Buying and Selling Coins

Three Tips for Buying & Selling Coins“Reality” television programs have been wildly successful for decades, with none more popular than The History Channel’s Pawn Stars. The series, which is the network’s highest rated show, is filmed on location at the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas, Nevada. The show depicts the staff’s interactions with customers who bring in a variety of artifacts (including coins) to sell or pawn, and are shown discussing its historical background and negotiating the price.

When the buyer is unable to evaluate an object the staff summons a knowledgeable local expert (who just happens to be conveniently available) to evaluate the item to determine its authenticity and potential value.

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