Who is right, who is wrong, a transaction.
I agreed to buy 90 "Roman/ancient" coins sight unseen from a forum member who I've had a few dealings with in person. We agreed upon a price. He was in my area and I met him when he gave me the coins. I was in a hurry and didn't have time to look at the lot. When I had a chance to examine the coins I found there were only 85 coins that were 95% from the Medieval period. I wanted to return the coins for a refund because the lot was misrepresented. He refused saying he told me he didn't know much about the coins, which he did. Well the coins are in 2x2s with attribution and date, so he should have known they aren't Roman/ancient.
Who is in the right here? Me for wanting a refund on a misrepresented lot, or the seller who refused my return request
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