Also, I prefer to buy from places that adjust their prices of everything based on current prices. If silver was $35 a few days ago and it fell to $30, people on eBay usually won't adjust their auction to reflect the market. I think eBay needs a system to track prices and the person should just enter how much they want for the item OVER spot. People tend to want way too much for stuff citing numismatic nonsense. Rolls of circulated coins are routinely a good 20% greater than their melt value. I find that actual physical dealers you can drive to do offer better deals. A local place to me offers older used Silver Eagles for $2.50 over spot and brand new ones for $3.00 over spot. I have yet to inquire about currency silver, but they do sell it.
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