Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Newbie2015, Sep 18, 2020.
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+1 I agree with my amphibian brethren. Keep them in the original mint sealed containers. Makes the best sense.
When you break open the proof set, if you don't individually grade the coins
(costs more than the coins are worth) you now have impaired proofs.
It's a slippery slope. And without knowing what year this set is, and photos of both sides, there's no way to determine what the correct move it.
I am asking for knowledge sake. I wanted to inventory the coins and decided to check the individual value and discovered they were worth more separately.
This isn't always true. An impaired proof is one that has wear and tear, not just because it has been cracked out of the OGP.
I did not think of the seller's fee. Thanks.
And more than two times the headache to get rid of as Kentucky pointed out. The reason the prices of the individual coins add up to more than the value of the set is the "dealer nuscience fees" that have to be added to each coin to make up for all the extra effort and expense of marketing them.
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