Fair, Flexible Buybacks

An Easy Way to Get Market Value

With the Blanchard Buyback Guarantee, we’ll help you liquidate your holdings at the then current market rate, regardless of whether you purchased them from us or someone else.


Selling Your Tangible Assets: 3 Steps

1

Find the value.

What’s your bullion or rare coin worth? Blanchard will gladly provide the current bid price for your holdings. Call 1.866.764.9135 for a quote.

Rare Coins

To give you a quote, our numismatic experts must bid your item(s) on the open market. It may take up to 48 hours to return a valuation. This is a market indication only and not an offer. Note: Blanchard will only consider rare coins that have been graded and “slabbed” (sealed in a plastic case) by Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) or Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). For loose coins, if your coin type is featured on tile PCGS or NGC websites, you should strongly consider professional grading and slabbing to maximize value. Please consult a reputable dealer near you if you don’t find your loose coin type on either website.

Bullion

For bullion and investment grade gold, please contact us to get a quote and begin the process.

 

2

Get an offer.

Once you receive a quote, we’ll get started on providing a formal offer. This often requires shipping your holdings to Blanchard for physical inspection. Your portfolio manager will personally guide you through the most secure shipping method.

Rare Coins

For rare coins, we will only consider those that have been graded, certified and “slabbed” (sealed in a plastic case) by either Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) or Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). Blanchard does not buy coins that have not been graded by PCGS or NGC, or that are not “slabbed” in a plastic case. If either of these conditions describes your rare coin, you must decide if you’d like the coin to be professionally graded and slabbed before we will consider buying it.

Bullion

For bullion and investment grade gold, please contact us to get a quote and begin the process.

 

3

Shipping instructions:

1. Make a note listing your name, address and phone number along with what is in the box. (shipping list)

2. Place a copy in the box with the coins and put some rumpled newspaper inside the box to prevent the coins from rattling around in the box.

3. Close the box and wrap it securely with string tape, including all sides, corners and edges. Write on the box or on a label the address to Blanchard:

Blanchard and Company
P. O. Box 61740
New Orleans, La. 70161-1740

4. Finally, bring the box to the post office and have them send it Registered and Insured U.S. Mail. Contact Blanchard to notify the shipment is on the way.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

 

4

Receive payment.

Once your holdings are in our possession and accounted for, each coin is inspected against its expected grade and condition. After details are confirmed, your portfolio manager is ready finish the buyback paperwork. Once your order is processed, a check for the agreed-upon amount will be sent via regular U.S. Mail. 

 

Blanchard is a major buyer of rare coins and it is typically our practice to offer to buy back coins that Blanchard has sold at the then current market price should a client wish to sell the coins. If you wish to sell your coins in the future, Blanchard encourages you to offer them to Blanchard first, although Blanchard cannot guarantee to make a bid on every coin or that Blanchard’s bid will equal or exceed those from other coin dealers. Should Blanchard make a bid on your coins, it is Blanchard’s current practice, which is subject to change at its sole discretion, to offer to buy back coins that it commonly sells at Blanchard’s current bid price (the price at which it buys back coins sight-unseen from its clients). That bid price is raised or lowered on a daily, even hourly basis, depending upon various market conditions, Blanchard’s inventory needs and the price and availability of comparable coins.