Coin Price

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Coin Price

It is often confusing to many people why coin collectors always have coin values as well as coin prices when it comes to dealing with coins. What it is supposed to mean is that the value of a coin can be priceless. The coins prices are usually brought up by the person selling and can go up or down depending on the purity and wear of the coin. The price of a coin is what you will pay for the merchandise and is what you will use to insure your coin. The coin price will either increase or decrease depending on what the appraiser says when it comes to the wear and purity of the coin.

It is important to give the coin price to the insurance company that covers the collection of coins you have because if you do lose your collection the insurance company will have to give you cash so as you start again. The coin price usually comes because the dealer wants to sell his coin for a certain amount. However the price can change depending on how fast the dealer mat want to get rid of the coin and for how much the dealer needs.

The insurance company usually gives the insurance of the coin depending on the retail price and that is the amount you will get back to replace the coin incase you loose it or it is stolen.

The dealer may have put a price on the coin, but this price can still be bargained to the amount you are willing to spend. The more scratches and wears and you will probably get the coin for a less price.

1963 Standard Catalogue of Canadian Coins, Tokens and Paper Money: Fully Illustrated 1670 to Date