Do not hesitate to go to one of our offices. The estimate is without obligation and an appointment. Do you sell your coins? We pay you directly in cash. Or, if you prefer coin database , by bank transfer. (Large sums of cash will only be returned to you after consultation.)
How to estimate the price of your gold coins?
To buy a part at a good price is to buy it at its real value so as not to pay too much, and to be able to resell it with a view to making a capital gain. Many coins are not estimated at their fair value by individuals who know nothing about it or shopkeepers who have recycled in buying gold as they would have opened a shop for electronic cigarettes. It would be a disgrace to part with an infrequency that has not been detected as such. A gold coin can be considered rare for unsuspected reasons, which only a numismatic professional can detect: either because it was demonetized and overhauled en masse, like the 100 Francs Bazar; either because coin database it is very difficult to have them in very good condition, like the 5 Francs Napoleon III, often very damaged due to its small size and its large circulation;
The criteria to look at
First, the numismatists decipher the coin, authenticate it, and define its degree of rarity. The better the currency, the higher its value. Six categories are used for this: B (Beautiful), TB (Very Beautiful), TTB (Very Very Beautiful), SUP (Superb), SPL (Splendid) and FDC (Fleur de Coin).
The importance of the rating
Several criteria make it possible to identify, grade, and finally estimate the value of a currency: its vintage, the workshop (the city where the currency was struck), the number of copies issued, but also its attractiveness.