Coins and coin type of ancient Greece
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Celtic Coins (III-I century BC)
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Numismatics is one of the most famous and ancient types of collectibles.
Numismatics (collecting coins and medals, including the study of money circulation and the history of coinage) is one of the most ancient types of collectibles and is probably one of…

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Where can I sell coins on the Internet

If the “old” coin collectors still prefer to sell and buy coins for the collection “from hand to hand”, then collectors of the 21st century have been doing this for a long time using the Internet.
And it is much more profitable for everyone – the coverage of potential buyers can reach several tens of thousands of people, you can even sell the most specific variety, you can buy almost everything.
In this article I will list the most convenient Internet sites where you can sell interesting coins to coin collectors.
Samara forum numismatists
This forum today is the largest Russian numismatic forum. Sell ​​there you can almost any coins (but only interesting). Of course, you cannot immediately take them and put them up for sale, you need to comply with several conditions, and for this you will have to read the forum rules.
As soon as you have the opportunity to put up coins for auction, you can immediately try to sell the coins you have. Please note that you will always be asked to send the coins first, and then transfer the money. Do not mind, since you will have a zero reputation.
The big plus of sales in this forum is that you don’t need to go through a percentage of personal identification that can take a long time. Well, the number of potential buyers reaches several thousand people.
Treasure Hunters Forum Review Detector
All of the above applies to this forum. I will only note that there you can sell at your price without an auction. In addition, you can sell there not only coins, but in general any antiquities, as there are many collectors from various areas.
Online Auction Bag
This resource can be considered only if you intend to put the sale of coins on stream. In order to be able to sell, you will have to confirm your identity, since only in this way can you resist scammers.
On the Bag you can sell in two ways – put up collectibles with a fixed price, and put up for auction (in the hope that the price will reach a good level).
Numismatic groups in the social network VK
I will not name a specific group (many of them). The bottom line is that you expose your lots by agreeing with the administrator of the group.
Do not place your ad for the sale of coins in the form of spam comments in numismatic groups. Firstly, they will block you, and secondly, in this way you will not find buyers for sure.
Avito website
It makes sense to use this resource for selling coins only if you live in a large city (so that you can personally meet with the buyer). The larger the potential audience, the greater the chance of selling something.
What coins are not worth selling
– modern Russian coins from circulation (you still don’t have rare ones)
– coins of the USSR of the 70-80s
– jubilee coins of Russia from circulation
– Imperial copper coins dug out in the garden and killed by “cleaning”
Of course, you can sell it, but only if you are a slacker and you will absolutely not feel sorry for the time spent. The above coins are not needed by any coin collector (with the exception of rare specimens, which you are unlikely to have).

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