Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Aunduril, Dec 23, 2019.
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And I assume you're aware of the annual auction coming in Jan that is held in New York every year ? There will be a lot stuff there that you should be interested in.
I can highly recommend the following: Jean Elsen, Kunker,
Numismatic Nauman, Heritage Europe, CNG, Steven Album,
WAG online, Dr. Peus, Gerhard Hirsch, HD Rauch, AMS,
Heidrun Hohn, Schulman b.v., Gorny & Mosch . These are in
my opinion some of the best. I've bought from all of them,
some like Elsen and Kunker, dozens of times. All have accurate
photo's and to my knowledge have never run up the bid on
me. For me, PayPal is a must. Not for fraud protection, but
for ease of payment. I highly recommend having a PayPal
account. Check with each auction house to make sure they
accept it. Most of the time it is listed in the "Terms of Sale".
Most of them send an invoice within a week. Once payment
is received, another 10 days may pass before they ship. For
most they post low auction estimates, so if you see a coin you
want and it is nice, then bid strong. In a recent auction I bid
15x high estimate and the coin was won for far more. Happens
quite a bit. Really nice Medieval coins are few and far between,
so I bid accordingly. If after my "Rant" here you are discouraged
about auctions, then try MA shops. I highly recommend this
site. If you have any questions please ask.
PS. If you are a winner at auction, make sure you ask for a
I have my sights on that auction.
Thanks for the info I will have to look it them. I currently use MA shops and have been very happy with them, but am looking to expand my options.
Thanks for the response.
Thanks I'll look into CNG
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