Everything that we have has some type of value placed on it. Some of these values are given based on how we feel about them. Other items are given values that have been assigned by others. This basing of values applies to old coins and the other coins that you will find coin collections. While many coin shops and coin dealers will know the old coin value for many coins, we may have no idea about this.
Frustrated after three days of dealing with their customer service, we filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau. Because their website guarantees payment within 24 hours (actually, if you read their site, they claim they are the only company in their industry to do this, and they don’t), it was filed under false advertising and failing to abide by guarantees. This was 5 days after they received our package, and we got payment only after we filed our complaint.
I’d seen pictures of the Walking Liberty Half Dollar in my Blue Book, but it just didn’t seem “manly” enough to me to care about a coin featuring (in my words) “some lady in a dress.” Besides that, I didn’t care for the Eagle on the reverse of the coin. It seemed over-sized, and out of proportion to the rest of the coin. But I was required to have one to complete my “Twentieth Century Type Set,” so I went to a “>coin shop Madison shop.