Sunday, June 19, 2016
One contribution this week…In response to Denis Loring, Dave Wnuck wrote:
Respectfully Denis, you are forgetting the 2 most important, most valuable components of buying a graded & slabbed coin.
Specifically, I mean: (1.) An opinion of authenticity, and (2.) An opinion of grade.
Of course, a collector my disagree with one (or both) of those opinions, but nevertheless someone at some point in that coin's existence paid money to purchase those two opinions. As long as the coin remains in its tamper-evident slab, that is part of the "bundle of goods" that a collector purchases when they purchase a slabbed coin.