How to Sell Your Rare Coins and Maximize Profits
Inside This Report
• Maximizing Profits
• Gold Bullion Adds Liquidity
• Rare Coins are Long-Term Investments
When you're ready to sell your rare coins, we ask for the first opportunity to buy them from you. We buy a rare coin for every coin we sell
and we usually know the market best for coins within our specialization.
Sell On Computerized Trading Networks
If you’re in a hurry, you can find top bid prices through our computerized trading network of 325 dealers.
Or you might prefer to sell your coins on an Internet auction site.
Maximize Profits At Auctions
Given time, you can take your portfolio into the market and shop for the best prices. With larger collections of extremely rare coins,
you can sometimes maximize your selling prices by liquidating in a major rare coin auction. We are not required to repurchase coins nor
are you obligated to sell your coins back to us. You are always free to sell your coins anywhere, at any time, for top dollar.
Gold Bullion Adds Liquidity
When building a balanced, diversified coin collection we often recommend a core holding of gold bullion, popular date, or generic gold coins. These are less expensive gold coins, very easy to sell in most markets, and provide better immediate liquidity than rare coins in the event you need to raise cash quickly or unexpectedly.
Rare Coins, For the Long Haul
By contrast, we feel many U.S. Rare Coins should be considered long-term investments with a holding period of at least 3 to 5 years. Time is always the best friend of any collector and it may take a longer holding period to reach a point where your coins enjoy significant appreciation and overcome the original buy/sell spreads which can be larger than typically found with other investments.
Rare coins are not a suitable investment for everyone. They go down as well as up in value.
If you have questions, ask us before you invest a dime. We can help. You can always talk to us at Austin Rare Coins about selling your coins and take advantage of our decades of experience. While no one can guarantee you'll be able to sell your coins for a profit later or what level of profits you'll obtain, we'll always try our best to get you a fair offer for your coins whether you purchased them from us or not. Perhaps the most popular and rewarding portfolio
strategy, is set building. The two basic forms of collections are "type"
and "series." A type set is made up of all those coins sharing a single, specific characteristic such as design, designer,
or denomination. A series consists of one coin from each date and mint of a particular type. Other strategies include collecting by die
variety, by historical period, by mint mark, or by individual year or first and last year of issue of a particular coin.