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Are you concerned about the ever-increasing tax requirements that affect coin dealers? What impact do you think it will have on the hobby?

Poll Question:

Are you concerned about the ever-increasing tax requirements that affect coin dealers? What impact do you think it will have on the hobby?

Numismatic News wants to know. Email us your opinions at numismatics@aimmedia.com.

Please include your first and last name, city and state.

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4 Responses to Are you concerned about the ever-increasing tax requirements that affect coin dealers? What impact do you think it will have on the hobby?

  1. Mark Britton says:

    Definitely something new!

  2. jshelkin says:

    Can’t wait to see them.

  3. Jonathan Crandall says:

    Bring them on!

  4. usacoins says:

    Left an absentee bid at 5 day auction in Ohio on a 1901 S Quarter for $2500.00. It was in an old red 2×2 and looked almost like a shiny piece of alumiunum. They would not permit me to take it out of holder to autheticate it as old plastic was a bit diificult to see thru clearly. I got the quarter, apparently for opening bid of $100.00, had it cleaned and retoned after authentication and submitted for certification. It came back, as I thought, VG detail/cleaned/retoned. I took it to ANA convention in 2008, put it on display-two people looked at it casually. I listed it on eBay just after that and it sold within 20 minutes for $6200.00. I thought failure to allow me to authetiacte it was a big mistake as would have bid more-but it would, seemingly, have made very little difference. I was amazed by seeming indifference at ANA to a truly rare coin that I had priced at $4800.00. I thought more of it on leaving the show and increased price a bit-obviously.

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