FAQ - Centennial Auctions

FAQ

How long have you been in the Auction business?
We have been working in the industry for over 30 years.

What is your experience with Coins and/or Stamps?
Our lead auctioneer/chief cataloger started collecting coins and stamps in 1955. He has been doing so ever since.

Why should I consider the auction method to sell coins?
The auction method is fair, fully transparent, helps individuals attain fair market value, and allows for competitive bidding by many possible buyers.

How do you grade coins?
Using defined industry standards and 60 years of experience.

What is your return policy?
Absentee bidders who have not viewed the coins may return lots.

What does “NR” mean in the catalog?
These lots are designated No Return. They have a quantity of low value or problems coins, and thus are not available for return or are precious metals related.

Why should I consider the auction method to acquire coins?
Auctions are fun and allows you to set your own price.

Do I have to attend the auction to bid on an item?
No, you can leave an absentee bid via our web-page catalog, fax, mail and phone calls. We also accept bids from those that come to preview but cannot stay for the auction.

How can I get on your mailing list?
Please follow this link to get onto out list.

What kinds of payments do you accept?
Cash, Check, MasterCard, Visa and Discover credit cards.

Where do your auctions take place?
We have been conducting our Coin & Stamp auctions at the Holiday Inn on Northeastern Blvd in Nashua, NH for over 20 years.