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Re: Substantial Coin and Bank Note Collection For Sale

Posted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:32 am
rjd65 wrote:Hi Keith. Apologize for delay in getting back to you. Unfortunately I do not have much in the way of early nickels as I was never really interested in this category/denomination except for the fish scales (pre 1922). However I do have a few circulated examples sitting in a can and one roll of 1926s and two rolls of 1948s.

Thanks for the reply Rich, primarily I'm looking for 1930-1940 ef or better nickels to finish some sets, if you have anything that fits the bill then send me the pics and approx. value you would like to get. If not then I wish you well and luck with your sales. Keith

Re: Substantial Coin and Bank Note Collection For Sale

Posted: Fri May 11, 2018 6:52 pm
by rufit
Hi Rich, I just received the coins and they look amazing. Thanks for making the process very easy from posting pics of the proposed coins and your quick responses. I will be making another purchase from you again soon. Cheers,

Re: Substantial Coin and Bank Note Collection For Sale

Posted: Mon May 14, 2018 8:39 am
by rjd65
Glad you are pleased with the coins Brad.

For those of you who may be wondering, the pics were not posted on this ad but were sent directly to the buyer for their review. As well, the coins purchased were sent Canada Post ExpressPost (signature required) and arrived at destination in 2 days.

In the interests of privacy, I will not divulge what coins were sold to which clients. Once the list of available coins has altered appreciably I will update my offerings. In the meantime, I may not have the coins listed on the current spreadsheets based on what was sold.

I'll try to list some Edwardian coins in the coming weeks. There are amazing examples available.


Re: Substantial Coin and Bank Note Collection For Sale

Posted: Sat Jun 02, 2018 2:49 pm
by rjd65
A few points to pass on.

1. As time passes, the lists of Victorian coins and banknotes I have available for sale will become less accurate in terms of availability.

2. For a few coins, I realized they were assessed either a half grade too high or too low i.e. after further analysis, what I believed was a VF was more accurately a F+ or an AU was in fact an AU+ (with a weak strike).

3. Trend values are ever changing (both higher and lower).

Given points 2 and 3, the pricing of some coins may change or have changed since the original list 'publishing' date. With that said, no price difference greater than or less than 10% of those quoted on the spreadsheets has occurred. Once pricing becomes too erroneous for too many coins I will post an update declaring applicable list(s) expired with an update likely promulgated.

Thanks for your time, RD