Capitol Auctions remains one of our favorite houses primarily because it does everything right, from low buyer’s premiums (with 2% cash discount) to sharp, expandable pictures and quick, reasonable shipping. What it does best is grade, so we’ll let screen shots from his Aug. 3 auction speak for themselves. (Be sure to click photos to expand and read descriptions.)
Recounts History in Descriptions
Uses the Right Coin Values Guide
Knows Devices that Enhance Value (split full bands)
Distinguishes Restrikes from Originals
Notes Unmarked Errors
Corrects Grading Companies
If you don’t know the numismatic terms used in this post, you have no worries because you can trust Capitol Auctions. We do.
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