Numismatics is the study or collection of coins, tokens and paper money. We are professional numismatists and can assist in any capacity regarding coins in Los Angeles. We buy and sell everything from very common single coins, to vary rare, professionally graded investment coins and collections. We offer Free Appraisals on all coins and coin collections, with no obligation to sell. For much of the general public the world of numismatics is very foreign. We are very experienced and are happy to share our coin knowledge with you. Our free coin appraisals are the best way we can provide our customers with the information they need to make confident decisions. Whether you are considering selling a coin or coin collection, or thinking of investing in rare coins, we can help. We are lifetime members of the American Numismatic Association, and have been buying, selling and appraising rare coins, gold coins, silver coins, platinum coins, United States coins, world coins, and much more since opening our first coin shop in 1989. Some of the coins and currency we purchase are:

All U.S. coins from single coins to entire collections. We use the most up to date pricing indexes to buy and sell all graded or raw (ungraded) coins.  We specialize in Key Date, Type coins graded by PCGS or NGC. These include:


U.S. Coins
  • Half Cents
  • Large Cents
  • Small Cents
  • Two-Cent Piece
  • Three-Cent Piece
  • Five-Cent Pieces- Nickel
  • Half Dimes
  • Dimes
  • Twenty-Cent Piece
  • Quarters
  • Half-Dollars
  • Silver Dollars


Gold Coins
  • $1 (1849-1889)
  • $2 ½ (1796-1929)
  • $3 (1854-1889)
  • $4 (1879-1880)
  • $5 (Half Eagle) (1795-1929)
  • $10 (Eagle) (1795-1933)
  • $20 (Double Eagle) (1849-1933)


  • (1892-Present)


Proof & Mint Sets
  • Proof Sets    (1936-Present)
  • Mint Sets     (1947-Present)


Private & Territorial Gold


World Coins

We purchase all coins from anywhere in the world that are composed of precious metal (Gold, Silver & Platinum) These coins fall under the broad categories of World Coins and World Bullion. The value of most bullion coins is usually very closely linked to its intrinsic metal value. Numismatic world coins can be quite collectible and valuable even though they have little intrinsic metal value.



Ancients is a general term for the earliest coins of the world struck between 600 BC and 500 AD. Ancient coins are a very specialized field and have a great range in value.  From the very common, highly circulated specimens priced at under $25, to the very rare, high grade coins priced in the tens of thousands, ancient coins are amongst the most fascinating in all of Numismatics.



 We purchase all U.S. Currency and some World Currency.

United States Currency

  • Continental Currency (1775-1779)
  • Colonial Currency (1690- 1793)
  • Treasury Notes of War of 1812
  • Confederate Notes (1861-1864)
  • Demand Notes
  • Interest Bearing Notes
  • Fractional Currency
  • Treasury or Coin Notes
  • Legal Tender Notes
  • Silver Certificates
  • National Bank Notes
  • Federal Reserve Notes
  • Gold Certificates
  • WWII Emergency Notes
  • Large Size (1861-1918)
  • Small Size (1928-Present)
  • Star Notes
  • Encased Postage Stamps
  • Postage Envelopes
  • Errors