Bradford Exchange / coins

Niles, IL, US Review updated:
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Don't buy from Bradford Exchange. Their collectibles are flea market quality. Most of the items are over priced, They are never going to increase in value, Because of sh_tty workmanship & mass production. If you are into coins buy directly from a mint located in a specific country. You will be glad you did. In most cases the item is made out of precious metal verses Bradford Exchange's gold leaf over brass. Frankly most of Bradford Exchange's crap looks like someone stuck it up their a double s. Then didnt bother cleaning it up with Chlorine bleach b4 sending it out.

Mar 10, 2017
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      Mar 23, 2017

    I am very sorry you are disappointed with the quality of your order. Please click here [protected] to send us an e-mail with your order number, client ID, or full address and we can help. We look forward to helping you in any way we can!

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  • Lo
      Jan 15, 2018

    I agree - Bradford Exchange coins are crap. They are mass produced. In most cases they are silver plate over brass. At most they are flea market quality. Bradford Exchange makes it sound like they cut special deals with with celebrities, royalty and foreign countries to create their $hitty junk. Also, never give Bradford Exchange your phone number. They're marketing reps will hound you till hades freezes over with worthless gimmicks 2 get you 2 by more crap. A better solution is to deal through a legitimate mint. The prices are comparable or cheaper than Bradford Exchange. Their is no guess work about the metal content. (If it says silver it is indeed silver) & there's all sorts of themes to choose from.

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