Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Asher, Jan 28, 2022.
eBay's Current Listings
From PCGS Price Guide:
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That means that dealers are overpricing their coins. Nothing new there.
almost all other coins are at 75% of numismedia,. i lower the price since postage makes it cost more for the customer, so i lower my prices to include shipping cost as well
Sorry if this sounds rough to some..
Thus you will see very small price spreads when searching for something like the 2001 Buffalo slabbed as a 69 or raw. There are people on eBay that have optimistic pricing, but if you are patient, you will find one for a fair price (via auction or a buy it now).
That's a great quote but I don't want a holder, just the coin and holdered coins cost more!
Thanks for the most helpful answer.
I have bought coins that I was sure were a bit overpriced because of the grading company and grade. But, you know, what the heart wants . . . .
I did chat with him for a bit, but I would be surprised if I ever bought from them at future shows.
It's not as quick as the other sites, but it is THE BEST price guide because it reflects actual and recent sales.
I do find the PCGS and NGC price charts useful for the TREND going back a few months and years to be useful. But no way would I rely on them for recent pricing especially for a coin that is going to be 4-figures and up.
now selling coins i use current coin books on both raw and graded coins
20 years ago the price was double that!
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