So you take every coin back at the BTC price as long as the seal is not broken?
Aka do you hope for these coins being traded like the real thing?
Not that I had an x-ray at hands but I rather doubt that these coins will ever circulate much as it is far too tempting to get hands on the key.
My position is as reasonable as I think I could possibly get: I promise that every coin I sell is an honest coin, and that I have made a reasonable effort to make them snoop-proof given the budget and type of project this is. I know of no way to snoop the private key out of a coin, and don't think there's any trivial way. On the other hand, there is no way I can test against every kind of ray, wave, or whatever there may be out there.
It is entirely possible that someone resourceful could figure out a way to snoop my coins, and there is no reasonable way I could be expected to guarantee against that. If someone succeeded, I'd certainly be interested in buying the coin back off that person, so I could inspect the coin and confirm it was indeed snooped (seeing is believing). But I don't think I could be expected to buy every coin back from everybody, nor do I think everyone would expect that.
I doubt the coins will be traded much as simple money, mainly due to the markup above face value. Their main purpose is as a proof of concept, collectibility, and a functional and tangible representation of a bitcoin. But anyone may do with them as they please.