Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Dougmeister, Jul 27, 2021.
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Selling on eBay, you could get around $35 each for common date culled silver dollars.
I would imagine selling to an honest dealer, probably about $30 or so.
i have never heard of a honest dealer.
I am actually interested in buying some, not selling.
Ohh okay got it. They have pretty high premiums right now. But pretty much all silver does nowadays
Have 400 of them going up for local auction in late October...my lifetime collection, all high-grade...PM me for a list and pre-auction availability.
Honest dealer: One who will give you your money back when you catch him cheating you.
Agreed. I heard a coin shop employee say to a customer that they pay $32 each for common date Morgans.
And ALL of their silver dollars were sold out.
It’s insane right now. I sell a few coins in my antique shop. Anything silver is hard to keep in stock at the present time.
I had no idea you run an antique shop, that's really cool!
1878-1921 Morgan Dollar $1.00 $19.1196
so I would guess plus a $ or two
I just rent a space. The owner is a friend that I went to school with. She’s 1 year older than me. It’s a small mall big there are 18 dealers in there. It helps C provide extra money for my coins. Lol
Do people also come to sell stuff to you or no? It would be nice if you could get to buy some coins you like for dealer prices
That happens on a frequent basis. Any coins are referred to me as I’m the only one allowed to sell them. I also sell a lot of rocks, fossils and minerals. The main line is antiques and collectibles.
If you're looking to sell for a dollar or two over spot, we have great news for you!
I’ll take all you want to sell at that price. Lol
Just read your reply so I’ll go halves with you.
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