Charles Riley coins & medals

CHARLES RILEY
COINS AND MEDALS

Dealing in Coins, Medals, Commemorative Medals
and Items of Numismatic Interest

Charles Riley coins & medals

P.O. Box 733, Aylesbury HP22 9AX, United Kingdom
Tel. & Fax: +44 (0)1296 747598
E-mail: charlesrileycoins@gmail.com

 

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ORDERS

Orders may be made by e-mail, telephone, or post. E-mail orders will be acknowledged, usually within 24 hours.
Please quote the reference number when ordering from this site. This is the number to the left of the description.

Orders are accepted subject to the terms and conditions of this website.

To order by e-mail click here: charlesrileycoins@gmail.com

ENQUIRIES

I welcome enquiries relating to items for sale on this website by e-mail or by telephone during business hours (0900-1700h GMT).

I am willing to offer a price on material genuinely for sale. However my terms are that I must receive the goods prior to my payment unless you can provide two good trade references known to me.

If you wish to enquire about Consultancy or Valuation Services, please contact me me through this website, or by telephone during business hours.

 

PLEASE NOTE!

Unfortunately due to repeated emails, I have to place the following two weary notices:

1) I regret that I am unable to answer numismatic enquiries of a general nature. Please note: THIS IS NOT A PUBLIC INFORMATION SERVICE. If you need an item identified I suggest the nearest suitable museum. I WILL NOT REPLY TO EMAILS REQUESTING IDENTIFICATION OR VALUATION OF AN ITEM unless you are prepared to pay for my time in advance. However I will be pleased to offer a price on material that is genuinely for sale (and this is subject to terms & conditions also). If you want an item valued for a very modest fee (starting at £14.99) I suggest you visit http://www.valuemystuff.com.

2) I believe my prices to be fair, so please DO NOT ask for so-called 'best price' or a reduction. I am here to make a living, not act as a charity. Those who are genuinely in the numismatic trade may be given a small “discount” where my margin permits – by genuine dealers I mean those whose sole source of income is through trading full-time in numismatics. The day that I can negotiate the exhorbitant buyer’s “premium”* auctioneers now charge this may change. Until that day, it won’t. *From the Latin praemium aptly meaning prize, plunder or booty.

 

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