Is cgbfr.com a reputable site for buying coins? [solved]

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I'm in the US and have only bought coins at shows, local shops, and US sellers on eBay and Vcoins. Is cgbfr.com a reputable site for buying coins? I don't mean to sound ignorant, but I've never bought a coin from a non-US seller before. Thanks in advance for any input.
19th and early 20th century, large, silver, raw, One From Every Country
Yes.

I'm also in the US but I buy regularly from European sellers. This is a large reliable seller, though I advise you do your research on pricing.
Thank you!
19th and early 20th century, large, silver, raw, One From Every Country
Very reputable BUT pricey. IMO I would check last auction prices specific coin and then work from it.
Good luck
Thanks!
19th and early 20th century, large, silver, raw, One From Every Country
Brilliant site and the prices may appear a bit high but the coins are quality. I’ve bought from him many times and the service is excellent
Ok thank you.
19th and early 20th century, large, silver, raw, One From Every Country
Status changed to Solved (kevintexas100, 31-May-2021, 03:01PM)
Quote: "kevintexas100"​I'm in the US and have only bought coins at shows, local shops, and US sellers on eBay and Vcoins. Is cgbfr.com a reputable site for buying coins? I don't mean to sound ignorant, but I've never bought a coin from a non-US seller before. Thanks in advance for any input.
​Kevin, I am currently in Houston, and I have bought from them while living in several countries, visit their shop in Paris and meet them in many coin shows including the one in Orlando ;)

You can trust them 99% ;)
JustforFun...
Thanks! I'm in Sugar Land. I'm eagerly watching my coin (1881 Peru Sol) move through the postal system. It cleared customs in NY yesterday.
19th and early 20th century, large, silver, raw, One From Every Country

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