Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Coll3ctor, May 4, 2021.
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Depends on what is being sold...
Point being is that if you take the time to inventory each item, examine and discuss it, you will end up buying at a fair market price. If you are looking for a deal then you need to trust your instincts and start dealing from there..... Now this isn’t a tactic I would use against a family that is liquidating granddads collection. I would have to be much more fair in a transaction like that.
If you're trying to sort through and re-sell it... your price has to include your time to go through it. Figure out what you think you can get reselling it, subtract your costs for profit, time, packaging, shipping, sorting, etc., and then base your whosesale price on that.
If you're buying it to have some fun... base that on how much fun you'll have, the likelihood you'll find something that you think will make it worth it, and how disappointed you might be if it's all UK and Canadian small change.
I see we think alike
If you run across somebody doing much different than that then you need to look elsewhere.
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