But Internet has its advantages in a large country like Canada The auction scene has had a change of face in recent years, with many auction houses using new technology to modernize their bidding systems and bring the bidding floor directly to their customers, wherever they may be. While many of Canada’s most prominent auction houses offer a variety of ways to enter bids – whether by phone, mail, fax, online or in person – most of the action has moved online, said Marc Verret, owner and auctioneer with the Canadian Numismatic Company, in Quebec. Continue reading →
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I’d like to talk about the lost art of grading coins. Way back in the dark ages of 1990, third-party grading was not all that well accepted. The term slab, used for a coin holder, had a negative connotation. Many collectors still wanted to be able to hold their coins, and they also liked to form their own opinions of a coin’s grade.
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