Commonwealth & British Empire Stamps 1840-1952 by Stanley Gibbons

By Stanley Gibbons

Марки Содружеств и Британской империи 1840-1952 гг
Описание: Catalogues
Deservedly acclaimed because the usual, all catalogues include high-resolution illustrations, unique and exact descriptions,
stamp costs that replicate present marketplace traits and world-renowned Stanley Gibbons catalogue numbers.
Published twenty fifth August 2006. the newest variation of our renowned half 1 catalogue, that includes over 60 new different types of inverted
and reversed watermarks along a range of types now not formerly illustrated. An elevated use of color keeps to
make this catalogue a creditors favourite.
Catalogue version: 2007
Общепризнанный каталог от Gibbons, содержит иллюстрации с высокой разрешающей способностью, детализированные с точными описаними, цены на марки, которые отражают текущие тенденции рынка и всемирноизвестная нумерация каталога Gibbons.

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Don't be afraid of asking for help but do it nicely. Dealers get annoyed if people ask them for too much information or too many prices, especially if you're not buying anything or you're asking about things which are grossly dissimilar to what they have on their stall. You'll be seen as a nuisance, not as a potential buyer or seller. Be nice, ask them what sort of day they've had and then explain your predicament. Let them know that you're just starting up and can't afford to be caught out - but don't go over the top.

It doesn't matter if you're buying for yourself or buying to sell, you want to pay less than the 'market' value (if there is such a thing) and you want to know that there is sufficient profit for you to sell on (if you wish), not just to a buyer but to a trade buyer. The difference between the two can be around 20% or even more. Basically, you don't want to buy at the top or near top price but allow, essentially, for at least two other people further along the chain - your buyer and their buyer.

Some buyers walk straight down the middle of an aisle looking left, right or just straight ahead. They'll see around 50% of what's on offer - if that. Don't be afraid to stand in front of a stall to see everything. The dealer will probably assume that you're interested in buying something and offer to help, but just smile (frequent but essential advice) and let them know that you're just looking. Compliment their stock if it deserves it even if you don't want to buy anything, the dealer will be happy and, if you do want to buy something, they'll be even more helpful - which can take the form of an extra discount.

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