Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by l.cutler, Jan 18, 2020.
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When someone posts a coin or question I'm interested in and I don't know the answer, I enjoy researching it on my end. If I find the answer, I'll share it with them. It's helping me learn. Most all the answers are right here in this forum anyway.
@l.cutler- Do you have that eBay link?
@l.cutler would be surprised by the outcome. We get it here just about every day. Do you really think all of the newcomers here want to know what error they have and how much it is worth just so they can keep their records straight? ~ Chris
No, I don't. I had it on my watch list but must have cleared it.
True. Not so much surprised, it just kind of bugged me. I sometimes wonder when coin "collecting" went from searching out coins for your collection to looking for coins to sell.
I'm with you! Just seeing it here practically every day makes me want to......to......well.....I think you can guess where I'm going. It's why I despise our "What's it worth" forum. ~ Chris
I do too, if it is something I can help with. Just as I know others would help me with my weak areas. I specifically did not mention what the coin was because I have helped several others with them and I did not want anyone else to think I was talking about them. It was a Hibernia halfpenny, but to anyone out there, I would be glad to help if you have one in your collection and would like more information!
I would think it would only be right for the person to offer you something for sharing your vast knowledge since he needed the information to price a coin he was selling.
Send him a note now, telling him how glad you were to help and you would be happy to do further attributions, but you wanted him to know your rate is $999 per coin.
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