What’s My Coin Worth?

Posted by on May 26, 2014 in Featured

What’s My Coin Worth?

We are professional numismatists and have been buying, selling & appraising coins and coin collections for over 25 years. Whether you are a collector in search of a particularly hard to find specimen, or are looking for information about what your coins may be worth, we are uniquely qualified to help you.  We purchase all United States coins and currency (paper money). We purchase all world coins composed of precious metal, many that are not, and some world currency. We provided Free Appraisals for all coins and coin collections. Please visit our Beverly Hills store today, call to make an appointment, or fill out our Online Inquiry Form and a representative will contact you promptly. Please refer to the categories below for more information.


We purchase 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



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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