Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Everett Guy, Oct 19, 2020.
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all are ridiculously overpriced, but I don't know enough about the types to say for sure. I strongly suspect it, however.
Take that Geta denarius priced at $325, for example. Here are comparisons on VCoins.
Buy your ancients elsewhere.
@Everett Guy, Don't Do It! They're all overpriced; you could do better on the cheapest one, of Elagabalus.
You might be better off online. That has its own reefs and occasional pirates, but there are people here who can help out with how to proceed. ...Sorry, I'm not one of 'em. But they're here.
As others are saying, they range from overpriced to crazy overpriced. Avoid.
Are you located in Brazil(prices in Reais)?
If not, I'm gonna go with a "No" on that one.
@Roman Collector, I think you nailed the whole modus operandi. Citizen's arrest. Busted.
@Everett Guy, Honest, you really can do a whole lot better than this online, even (except, watch for sharks) on ebay. ...Except, there are much more responsible dealers who have their own websites, often auction only, but sometimes also with fixed price lists. --Folks, Help this guy out!
Here's the deal, it's a flea market, sometimes referred to as a fleece market. You can offer the guy whatever you would like for the coins. He might have bought them at an estate sale or whatever. Act knowledgeable, make an offer and be prepared to walk away. BTW, like the guitar pick.
What guitar pick? Missed that part. Pleeeease, Don't say Eric Clapton!
Its a gold dollar shaved down to a guitar pic on my profile pic
...ooooOh!!! :<} How did I miss that part? Sorry!!!
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