Your investment coins you can sell to the Bank or a private individual. When selling coins to the Bank take into account an important circumstance - the purchase price of the coin will be less than the price for which it was purchased. So if you bought investment coins recently, selling them to the Bank will be in your case of losing trades.
If you have purchased coins a few years ago at a much lower price, then sell them to the Bank can be profitable. Different banks offer different price buying coins. Therefore, in order to obtain the maximum profit, contact several banks and find out at what price they will buy your coins.
Get your investment coins and a passport, come into the Bank that offers the highest price. The Bank specialist will evaluate their condition and if defects are found, the Bank will pay you the highest possible value. If the coin detect micro-scratches or fingerprints (traces of the touch of your fingers), then the price can be significantly reduced.
If you have enough time and want to receive from the sale of coins for maximum profit, then sell the coins to private individuals. Now, many people are willing to invest money in investment coins. But the price the banks are quite high. To sell investment coins, post ads in various sources (Newspapers, Internet) and assign a price below the Bank (otherwise people just would not make sense to buy it from you).
The Declaration must indicate the condition of the coin is safety. If you never opened the capsule and pulled the coin, feel free to write "perfect safety". If you do not specify this item, most potential buyers will ignore your ad. Because they also buy from you a coin with the purpose of resale, where the key pricing factors is the safety.
Advice 2: How to sell coins in the savings Bank
To invest their savings in coins savings Bank has in recent years become very common among the population of Russia. Also, in addition to seeking "safe haven" investors, coins Sberbank of interest to numismatists. But what if you decided to sell your purchased coins? As with the greatest benefit to sell the normal or collector's coins of the savings Bank of Russia?
On the website of Sberbank of Russia provides the following information about the coins and the transactions of the Bank with them: "Sberbank of Russia is the leading operator of the Russian market of precious metal coins. Operations are carried out by all territorial banks of Sberbank of Russia with commemorative and investment coins made of precious metals. During the year the Bank implemented more than 1 million coins of gold, silver, platinum and palladium. Large sales volumes are achieved through active work of Sberbank of Russia on expanding the range of coins offered to our customers, primarily in the gift and souvenir purposes. For this, the Bank cooperates with the Bank of Russia, and also with almost all major companies and mints of the world, including Australia, Poland, New Zealand, Germany, China and several other countries."
The easiest way to sell coins of Sberbank of Russia is to go to the nearest branch of the Bank. There you can easily sell or exchange your collectible or investment coins. But it is worth remembering one important detail. The coins must be no mechanical damage. Otherwise the Bank will refuse to accept them. Then coins will have value only relative to the amount contained therein of the precious metal. It is also worth considering the fact that buying coins is held not earlier than three years after their acquisition, otherwise you will have to pay a tax equal to 13% of the difference between the purchase price and sales.
To sell coins of Sberbank of Russia and elsewhere. Most popular in this case such methods as placing of the lots selling coins at online auctions. There are suitable and Molotok.Ru and Ebay.Com. You can also go to a pawnshop or thrift store. Fit and regular exhibitions of numismatists, as well as listings in specialized communities of coin collectors on the Internet. If you are going to sell parts of a large batch of coins, it is best to find regular brokers or buyers.