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    Sellers commission is usually based on the volume, or value of the coins being sold. I approached Heritage and London both with the same coins (about 50k), and Heritage charged 5%, while London wanted 10%. I went with Heritage.
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    Another sidesplitter courtesy of dorigog0: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Britains-first-decimal-coins-1971-Decimal-Day-presentation-pack/283563238828?hash=item4205afa5ac:g:VMEAAOSwJ6JdNKdh
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    No it's not just you. I wasn't even aware of the term until somebody at work was reading from a menu of some description, and said "your latte will be served by a barista (except she pronounced it as "barrister") leading me to wonder what the hell a barrister was doing serving coffee. I think next time I visit Starbucks, I'll just snap my fingers and shout "waiter", when I want service. Barista just sounds pretentious.