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Selling your coin or paper money collection should always be a smooth and easy process when dealing with an experienced numismatist. Never be afraid to ask those appraising your items to provide you their qualifications and trade experiences.

You can call to make an appointment if your collection is rather large. If you have a smaller collection you can stop by our storefront and we will offer you a FREE appraisal. As we examine your collection we will inform you of any rare dates, errors or anything unique about your collection and provide you with information that will help you to understand what your collection is worth.

We have in-house experts that have worked at two of the leading and most well-respected thirty party grading companies in the coin and paper money industry, NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation) and PMG (Paper Money Grading). Glen Jorde and Rick Stelzer are thoroughly educated in offering you the best value for your collection.

Glen Jorde and Rick Stelzer first started out as collectors in the late 1950's and then went on as full-time dealers in the early 1970's. The two combined have accumulated the vast amount of knowledge needed to appraise both coins and paper money.

Our staff expertise is not limited to coins and paper from the United States but also includes world collections as well. We travel 25 to 30 times each year to attend industry trade shows from Long Beach, CA to Baltimore, MD and everywhere in between; as will as Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore and Thailand.

Our extensive experience allows us to stay in contact with many strong buyers during our travels which allows us to be very competitive when compared to many local dealers that seldom attend coin shows except those in their local area. We are always willing to travel to view large collections and assist in either their direct sale to us or advise about other avenues of selling such as auctions. Our associate Rick Stelzer is an authorized NGC, PCGS and PMG submitter as well as a member of PCDA (Professional Currency Dealers Association), IBNS (International Bank Note Society), ANA, FUN, CSNS and many local coin clubs in the US.

For any further questions please feel free to call us!