We are Buying Rare & Valuable Indian Coins
If you’re looking to sell your coin collection, We have you covered. Our attentive customer service and free appraisal process ensures that you have a fair appraisal within 72 hours. Appointments with our numismatic experts can be arranged at our locations, or, if you are not in the area, you can Email your collection to NumiIndia – and in some cases, we will visit at your location.
Identifying What’s In Your Collection
Our buying process begins by identifying exactly what is in your collection. Denomination, year and mint mark will greatly inform our coin experts as to the overall value of your collection.
Additionally, your collection’s value will depend greatly on the condition of the coins themselves, their eye appeal and the number of key dates contained in your collection. For example, mint condition coins with little or no wear will have considerably more value than those same coins in circulated condition. Also, coins with low mintage numbers compared to others in their same series can command significantly higher prices. Finally, two identical coins with identical grades can be distinguished from one another by their eye appeal, that is, how appealing they are upon first glance. The more attractive coin will command a higher price.
Evaluating the Condition
After the extent of your collection has been established and indexed, Our numismatic experts turn their attention to the collection’s condition. Any wear of the highest points of a coin’s main devices will constitute a circulated coin, while coins with no wear will be considered uncirculated.
Within the range of uncirculated coins, numerical grades are determined by the extent to which the mint luster is still apparent, the amount of bag and/or rub marks on the coin, and any other factor that might adversely affect the coin.
Coins purchased directly from the mint and encased in plastic holders, are not necessarily always perfect, mint-condition coins. Hairline scratches, rub marks and other defects often occur during the minting process.