Coins Worth

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Coins Worth

Before buying a coin it is necessary that you find out what its worth in the market. This important because when it comes to buying the specific coin you will need to know your bargaining point. The last thing you want is to be over charged for coins worth less than the metal they are printed on. Knowing the coins worth will also help when it comes time to sell the coins. While buying the coins you must first look at the wear and tear of the coin. That is why it is probably better if you know how to check the wear of the coin because unless it is a rare coin the wears will decrease the coins worth. If you don’t know how to check the wears then you should get someone who does.

You should also get an appraiser to tell the coins worth and find out if the coins are worth what the dealer is asking for. If the coin is rare it would be okay to pay more if the dealer is refusing to budge and you really must have the coin. This is because when the collector adds it to his collection, the value of his stock will go higher and he or she will probably recover up to ten percent. Some even recover twenty percent of how much they paid for the specific coin back. 

Unless you are an experienced dealer it would be wise to get all the help you can when it comes to coins worth. Beginners always make the mistake of trying to buy the coins hurriedly, which often leads to them getting fake or counterfeit coins, just because they were in a hurry to start their collection and really needed to have that specific coin.

1989 Green Coin Book Flexi

List Price: $ 1.99

Price: $ 4.90

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