I know at least one dealer who buys but he's very selective - problem-free, key dates only. That is, coins that have a reasonable chance of re-sale.
There will always be these exceptions to the rule.
I'm talking about going into a dealer's shop and having a box of ICCS Canadian coins to sell.
Good coins, not junk, but not key dates either.
Let's say coins like 1916 10c in ms63, 1940 25c in ms64, 1919 5c in ms63.
Good coins right?
Try selling those at 50 to 60%.
95% of the coin prices listed in Canadian Trends should be sliced in half......50%....then and only then you have a more realistic value of Retail.
Then a dealer would offer 50% to 60% of this new value (which would equate to the dealer offering 25% to 30% of the present, overvalued amount).
See, this make sense now, doesn't it?
Edited by doubleeagle59
03/29/2020 1:01 pm