Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Victor, Feb 14, 2020.
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Two points to consider:
1) It may be that you and the dealer differ on the opinion of "average circulated" condition.
2) Maybe his overhead is high and he needs to pay less to make up for it. ~ Chris
how would the dealer make money, after spending time to put together a sale, any other work, if sold online expenses of eBay and paypal, etc.
A dealer normally would not offer "retail" price for something.
If you want top dollar then you'll have to sell it and manage the expenses and time.
Your opinion of average circulation, our opinion of average circulation and the dealers opinion of average circulation, could be three different things.
Melt isn't far from that price.
The dealer is pretty good on his buy prices and I just sold him 2 gold coins for a fair price. So just wondering why he lowballed the quarters. He has a successful business and can hold inventory. Sorry no pictures available. He just didn't have an interest in this item. On a set of Kennedy halves I offered, he passed instead of pricing it. He said "I have no interest in those".
Yes he looked at the CDN which probably said $330.
You can't compare quarters and half dollars to gold (of any kind).
If you don't like his offer, move on! Don't whine about it. ~ Chris
Didn't I just say "gold (of any kind)"? ~ Chris
Without any photos it's all junk grade, except for the key dates and they would be low.
There's your answer
http://varietyvista.com/index.htm-to see what those might be.
Yes you can assume all are junk grade. You don't need pics for that.
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