So I got this email from eBay today; removed 8 of my listings:
Unfortunately, we had to remove your listings because of the following:
Referencing price guides or including estimations of value is not permitted when selling coins that are ungraded or graded by unrecognized coin grading companies.
We appreciate that you chose to list this coin on our site and we realize you may not have been aware of these policies. All associated listing fees have been credited back to your account and we put a copy of the listing in your My eBay > Unsold Items list. You may relist this coin but you will need to make sure it does not include references to price guides or value.
Please note: violation of this or other eBay policies may result in forfeit of eBay fees on cancelled listings, limits on account privileges and account suspension.
My sin? I listed an Eisenhower Dollar as having a face value of $1, 10 Eisenhowers having a face value of $10, 20 Eisenhowers with a face value of $20, and my set of 24 Halves 2000 - 2011 P&D with a face value of $12. I guess PCGS, NGC, ANACS, or ICG are the only ones that can determine the face value of a coin.
And who are they to determine what grading companies are acceptable and what aren't. Let the market (and price) make that determination. Personally, I won't pay a dime extra for graded. How about they stop going after me for saying my $1 coin has a face value of $1 and go after those $#^$! Chinese fakes. Oh, I guess $10 for 10 Morgan Dollars is perfectly ligit.