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CAC Collection Review

Over the years we have sold many coins to customers.  We have always tried to sell top quality for the grade.  I’ve been trying to have our numismatists contact older clients to have their coins sent to CAC.  The increased desirability and future liquidity alone are big reasons to do it, but also the immediate price increase in value makes it a winner. 
 
I recently reviewed a collection of coins we sold to an older client.  My recommendation was to re-submit four coins for re-grading and 19 coins to CAC.  The results are listed below;  
 
Coins sent to PCGS Current Grade Result
1835 Bust Dime MS-65 stayed the same
1880 Seated Dime MS-66 MS-67
1873 Seated Half, No Arrows PR-65 PR-66
*1870 Seated Dollar MS-64 MS-65
*This coin increased in value by $30,000-$40,000    
 
Coins sent to CAC Current Grade Result
1867 Seated Dime, beautiful color MS-67 Gold CAC
1862 Seated Quarter PR-66 Gold CAC
1879 Trade Dollar PR-65 Gold CAC

Out of the nineteen coins sent to CAC, 18 received a sticker and the three coins above received a gold sticker.

The collection these coins came from was a premier quality collection.  My recommendation to all of our clients is to have your coins reviewed for CAC or re-grade.  If not, you could be leaving tens of thousands of dollars on the table.  Why put that money in a dealer’s hands?  Most dealers will buy your coins and send them to CAC for themselves.  Don’t be a fool, do it yourself.  If you bought the coins from us or another dealer, I will be happy to review them for you at no charge.  This client's collection increased in value close to $100,000!

Partner and owner of Rare Coins of New Hampshire, Inc. since June, 1990 and a full time coin dealer since 1979.  Warren is a full member of the Professional Numismatists Guild and a life member of the American Numismatic Association.  He was selected by the Rosen Numismatic Advisory as one of the ten leading numismatists in the country for twelve consecutive years.  He was selected by PCGS and written up in their newsletter as handling and submitting some of the nicest coins they have ever seen. 

Partner and owner of Rare Coins of New Hampshire, Inc. since June, 1990 and a full time coin dealer since 1979.  Warren is a full member of the Professional Numismatists Guild and a life member of the American Numismatic Association.  He was selected by the Rosen Numismatic Advisory as one of the ten leading numismatists in the country for twelve consecutive years.  He was selected by PCGS and written up in their newsletter as handling and submitting some of the nicest coins they have ever seen.