Even though it is often dubbed the hobby of kings, coin collecting is nowadays available to virtually anyone who takes an interest in studying and accumulating old and new currency. Coin collecting or numismatics can be pursued as a solitary pastime, it can be a full-time profession or, if you’re interested in studying sociology and history, it can also be an educational tool.

Irrespective of whether your collection includes a mix of common coins or rare ones, it is necessary to mention that the quality of your set matters more than the number of coins you’ve accumulated. In general, a modest collection of Lincoln Memorial cents in uncirculated conditions is considered far more valuable and desirable to coin dealers and other collectors than a large collection comprising almost entirely of well-circulated examples. Therefore, your goal should be to seek out and purchase the nicest coins you can afford.

It is important to professionally grade your coins

Even if you’re a professional coin collector with extensive knowledge in the field of numismatics, sometimes it can be difficult to determine the real value of a coin. This is where a professional service comes in to lend a helping hand. By consulting a professional, you will know:

  • The exact value of each individual coin and the entire collection
  • Whether or not your coins have lost or gained value
  • Coin Exchange offers grading, authentication, and numismatics consulting services. We are a certified dealer for NCA, PMG, CAC, PCGS and NGS, so don’t hesitate to contact us in case you’re interested in buying, selling, appraising or certificating your coin collection.

Why buy coins?

If you’re serious and dedicated to numismatics, then acquiring gold and silver coins will not only increase the value of your collection, but it is also one of the soundest investments you will make. There are numerous reasons why starting a coin collection and spending money to upgrade it make sense:

  • You will own pure assets with intrinsic value
  • A coin collection protects you from the devaluing national currency
  • Gold and rare coins are an insurance against market inflation and financial crisis

Why sell coins?

Selling coins is an easy and simple way to infuse a little money into your budget in case of an emergency. In addition to paying off debt or unexpected bills, selling coins ensures:

  • More funds that you can later reinvest in other areas of the hobby (acquiring a very rare coin)
  • Selling at the right time before the value of certain pieces drops could bring you a nice profit

Coins we buy

We are interested in purchasing gold and silver coins for which we’ll be paying top dollar. The coins we want to acquire include, but are not limited to:

  • Gold Coins
  • Silver Coins
  • Platinum Coins
  • Rare Coins

Coins we sell

  • Gold Coins
  • Silver Coins
  • Platinum Coins
  • Rare Coins

In more details, we offer a wide selection of coins that can help you upgrade the value of your collection, including:

  • Silver American Eagle coin (2013)
  • Morgan Silver Dollar (1890, 1891 and 1921)
  • American Gold Buffalo
  • American Gold Eagles
  • Australian Silver Koala
  • Australian Silver Kookaburra
  • Generic Silver Rounds
  • Chinese Gold Pandas
  • Chinese Silver Pandas