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Hi Jalandhar, Sorry if my comments about Littleton coin upset you, just wanted to share my opinion about Littleton, I usto buy many coins from them and later learned I was paying to mutch and if feel ripped off, I was hoping my comments would prevent newbies form spending to mutch on coins like I did when I began the hobby. Sorry again.
.0September 20, 2018 8:05PM
jmlanzafDon't get me wrong. As a part-time dealer, I've had to deliver the "bad news" to many LIttleton collectors about the actual value of their coins. But it's not that Littleton makes more money than me on the coins. It's that they have a much higher overhead than I do because of advertising and mail order. They do fill a market niche, but they are no more a "rip off" than the U.S. Mint who sells annual coin sets that always collapse in value on the secondary market.
markelman1125Okay I guess so, just thought other people also shared my opinion about Littleton, I don’t feel they ripped me off on the product I feel the did it on the price. But I guess the mint dose the same, good thing there are others dealers including online that sell for a better prices.
Started thinking about your response regarding the Intercept Shields...So I totally understand what your saying regarding a sacrificial anode or cathode just like protecting a ship from salt water... But in the Shield case how do you "Know" when your Intercept Shield is no longer protecting your coin??
Doug0September 20, 2018 7:54PM
jmlanzafThat's an interesting question. You can find the anode, it's a strip of metal on the inside lip. But I've never seen one that had completely rotted away.
I just saw your messages here. I'm sorry you didn't get a response. What's your station code on CDN Exchange, or company name. I will make sure we take care of any concerns you have.
Sincerely, John0September 3, 2018 11:27AM
Actually Kristin contacted me after another email on Thursday and we agreed to talk this week.