Consigning your coin or paper money collection to an auction house seems easy enough. Choose an auction house. Talk to the auction director. Agree to consign. Sign a contract, hand over your collection, wait for a generous settlement check. It sounds simple enough, but there are many things you should be very clear about before you sign on the dotted line.
Here are just a few of those things to consider: reserves, insurance valuations, commission rates, auction venues, conflicts with other major auction houses, best time to sell, and a great deal more.
As time goes by I will discuss many of these subjects on this website, but if you need help now, contact me today.