Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by cplradar, Sep 18, 2021.
eight bucks per coin!
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That is a great deal but I only have about 6 to be done. All are two feather varieties in mid grade.
Putting yourself in a situation where you lose coin collectors interest and thus have a smaller market to get try and gain value from. You may save money on the grading fees but I personally believe you lose value in the end product of an anacs graded coin vs the big two
I don’t see any issue as the coins are raw now and they could be sold more easily once graded. In addition, what happened to “buy the coin not the holder”…?
If you’re going to holder a coin you would want to make sure you put it in a holder that people purchased. why spend any money to put a coin in a holder to sell it raw anyways. There’s lots of cheaper coin holders on the market.
like you said if it’s buy the coin not the holder then why would you put them in a anacs holder at all? It costs extra money if you’re selling the raw that I would then spend that money buying more coins and cheaper holders. There are lots of things you can put your coins into to protect them that are cheaper than this
The bigger question is if the coins have enough value to even bother with having them in a slab.
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