Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by rte, May 4, 2021 at 12:51 AM.
hasn't sold anything in over a year.
Located in Taft Texas OR UK.
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There's a few of them listed on eBay. https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_fr...70.l1313&_nkw=saudi+aramco+gold+coin&_sacat=0
They're approx. .94 troy oz of 22K gold
very easily as already suggested so would
be very suspect.
I agree 100%. For an item that can easily fetch 2k, why not take some good, high quality photos? If it is real, you’re only hurting yourself.
I must have a different way to look into feedback.
The number, 217, in parentheses is the total feedback he has. He went off selling for 12 months by the look of it.
Then the next page when you check feedback says seller is from the UK.
Red flags are up.
I suppose you could get your money back after a struggle.
I was just a watcher...sold for $2200 with some new low feedback bidders at the end pushing the price up.
Could have moved from the UK to TX, which would explain why they've not been selling for a while. I moved from Aussie to Tx myself. Point is moot though, unless we know the person who bought the coin we won't know if it is genuine.
That makes sense, with that logic I might have been a little more tempted.
If the buyer sent it off to a grading service and it comes back as not authentic they would have grounds for a return.
At $2200, might have been worth the effort.
Once graded its value bumps up 1.5 times.
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