No. The prices paid for coins purchased from our fixed price catalog
are the private information of the buyers.
Prices of sold coins can often be more misleading than useful. Prices of ancient coins
have increased over time. The price
of a sold coin is not very useful, unless you also know when it sold and how prices for that type
have changed over time. Many of the sale prices of coins that sold at Forum
years ago would be only a fraction of their current value.
Comparing prices is more difficult than many new collectors understand. No two ancient coins
are exactly alike and many factors must be considered in pricing. It is not unusual to have a coin type
vary in price
, for example, from $30 in the lowest ugliest grade to $1000 with a prefect strike and attractive patina