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Sales, Swaps, Auction & Approvals/Auction Disc. : When citing CV include name and year of catalogue

 

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Liz

28 May 2011
01:11:10am

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When a seller shows a catalogue value in their auction listing, they should state the catalogue & the year of the catalogue they are using to determine values, i.e. Scotts, Michel, Stanley Gibbons, etc.

Without this information a catalogue value shown in a listing could be either inflated or undervalued in relation to a current catalogue.

As a potential buyer do not assume that a catalogue value shown in an auction listing is a current catalouge value, unless the seller specifically states where he/is has obtained this information.

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Liz - Moderator - Stamporama
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Liz

28 May 2011
01:11:10am

Auctions

When a seller shows a catalogue value in their auction listing, they should state the catalogue & the year of the catalogue they are using to determine values, i.e. Scotts, Michel, Stanley Gibbons, etc.

Without this information a catalogue value shown in a listing could be either inflated or undervalued in relation to a current catalogue.

As a potential buyer do not assume that a catalogue value shown in an auction listing is a current catalouge value, unless the seller specifically states where he/is has obtained this information.

Thanks,
Liz - Moderator - Stamporama

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