Do you wish to sell your FDC coin first day covers collection?
To sell your FDC coin covers collection ( commemorative coin first day covers collection ), we are happy to provide you a valuation. This service is offered to collectors based in mainland United Kingdom only.
How to get your free valuation:
The process is fairly simple. Just drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org outlining details of your collection, photographs and your price expectations if you wish to sell your collection. To help you, we have devised three simple ways to do this:
Option 1: You can download Form 1 here.
Option 2: You can access Form 2 online here which uses Google Sheets. You will need a Google Account to do this. Here is how you can set up a Google account using your current email. Please also read the guidance showing you how to share the document and where to send it.
Option 3: Email us at email@example.com with your Name, Address and Telephone number and we will provide you a link to a folder on the internet where you can place photographs of your coin covers there. We recommend at least 4 photographs per coin cover to help us identify them correctly. eg Front Face of Cover, the Postmark and obverse/reverse of coin. Please also inform us the total number of coin covers in your collection.
If none of the above options appeal to you, you can always send us a written list for us to evaluate the collection for you to our business address. Please inform us via an initial email to say that you will be sending out a list.
What FDC commemorative coin covers we would look to buy:
- They must be coin FDC covers published in the UK.
- Coin Covers by Royal Mail, Royal Mint, Benham Covers, Westminster Collection, Mercury Covers & Harrington and Byrne Covers
- Only collections of 20+ first day covers and above will be considered unless if they are silver/gold coin covers
- Silver Coin and Gold Coin presentation covers can be offered in singles
- You must be based in mainland UK
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