NGC Graded One Dollar Canadian coins

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Hot Brass
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NGC Graded One Dollar Canadian coins

Postby Hot Brass » Thu Feb 01, 2018 2:30 pm

Hi:
I have two NGC Graded One dollar Canadian coins for sale: (1)-1935 Canada One dollar- MS-65-$325.00,(1)-1937 Canada One dollar- MS-63-$100.00.Thanks for looking. Niagara Falls

coinguy
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Re: NGC Graded One Dollar Canadian coins

Postby coinguy » Fri Feb 02, 2018 8:15 am

Hot Brass-
I know that you can ask what you want for an item,
but just curious as what you used as a basis for those prices.

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Re: NGC Graded One Dollar Canadian coins

Postby Bill in Burl » Fri Feb 02, 2018 1:03 pm

I think that he used "extreme optimism" for pricing
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Hot Brass
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Re: NGC Graded One Dollar Canadian coins

Postby Hot Brass » Fri Feb 02, 2018 4:10 pm

Pretty well what I paid for them.Huck

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Re: NGC Graded One Dollar Canadian coins

Postby Shylo » Wed Feb 07, 2018 9:37 am

Hot Brass: I think you might have to accept that you may take a loss on these two items.

I have seen '35 dollars in MS65 sell for between 150 and 210... I think a lot had to do with the eye appeal and toning. The '37 is not on my watch list but it trends for 100 at that grade, which really means at any show you could probably find it between 50 & 85 easy.

NGC also has a bit of a reputation for going +1 or +2 points in UNC grades for canadian material.

This would be a hard sell but a good swap opportunity. If you have a chance go to a show and see if there's anything you like that the dealer has listed in the $300 range.. chances are good they paid approx 150-200 for it and would take the trade if you employ the right negotiation tactics.

I'm reminded of a saying I heard once.. "just because you paid too much for it doesn't mean I have to" ... applies to this situation... I think you will take a hit on these two coins but you could at least come out of it with something you really like and want to keep.

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Re: NGC Graded One Dollar Canadian coins

Postby Hot Brass » Sat Feb 10, 2018 7:22 am

Thanks.Hot Brass

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NGC Graded One Dollar Canadian coins is 1937*SOLD*

Postby Hot Brass » Fri Jul 27, 2018 6:34 am

1937 is *SOLD* *SOLD*


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