Our customers sell their coins and coin collections for many different reasons. One of the most common reasons is people are simply cleaning and clearing out things they don't need, or they don't have an interest in any longer. Perhaps you inherited a coin collection and you don't share the same passion for collecting as the person who gave you the collection. We hear this quite often. Perhaps the death of a spouse triggered you being in charge of a collection, and you need the funds more that you need the collection. Also people reach a certain place in life where downsizing and simplifying are more important than the accumulation of more things, and we are here to help.
It is very important to know exactly what you have before you sell it. One of the worst things you can do is to take your box of coins to a pawn shop and say “what will you give me for this”. We will take the necessary time to sit with you and evaluate your collection. We often learn a lot about the person who collected those coins as we go through our evaluation process. We pride ourselves in providing full descriptions of what you have, as well as the potential values.
Sometimes people don't have any idea that their collections are worth thousands of dollars, and we love providing unexpected good news! Conversely, just because you have a coin that was made in the 1800’s doesn't mean it’s worth a million dollars.
Please take the time and allow us to do a thorough evaluation of the coins you have...