About My Coins

First, I must say that I am a" collector". I enjoy my coins and I am always upgrading. The second thing that you should know is that I just can't seem to pass up a bargain. Because of this, I have acquired quite a number of extra coins to sell. When I sell coins, I know how much I paid for them and try to get that amount plus a small percentage for overhead.


My coins are raw (not professionally graded or authenticated) but they are backed by my 30 day money back guarantee. If you send a coin to be graded professionally within thirty days of purchase and it does not meet or exceed my description, send it back and I will refund the full purchase price for that coin.

how I grade coins:

I use the official A.N.A. Grading Standards for United States Coins and my own experience. I attempt to be as fair as possible assigning the grades. I attempt to use grades between 1 and 60 along with the AG,G,VG,F,VF,EF,AU,UNC and BU. A BU coin in my opinion is better than MS60 but I do not pretend to assign those higher numbers nor do I ever price a raw coin using a grade higher than MS60 unless of course it is a proof coin.

When you receive coins from me, they will generally be in a 2x2 holder with the year and mint mark clearly indicated. The grade that I have assigned will be clearly marked. You may find some other marking on the 2x2 which are generally historical references useful only to me. If a price is marked on the 2x2, it is generally the current book price of the coin.

I am not a professional dealer or professional grader of coins. I am making my extra coins available in hopes that they will be enjoyed by others as much as I have enjoyed them.

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