What is a “numismatic” coin? A numismatic coin is a type of coin that typically has a higher value then the face value on the coin, due to historical information about the coin. Coins that are considered rare or considered ancient will often have a significantly higher monetary than the suggested value. Numismatic coins are highly coveted by coin collectors because of their history and potential value. As opposed to a bullion that is a coin struck from precious metals and kept as a store of value or an investment, rather than used in day-to-day commerce. Examples of numismatic coins are: Any “CC” Carson City mint Silver Dollar or a 1916D(Denver mint) Mercury Dime. If you have any coins that you would like to get checked for numismatic value, bring it by one of our locations for a free evaluation.
We buy and sell numismatic coins made of precious metals such as gold, silver and platinum. We sell historical American, Canadian and Mexican coins in Gold and Silver.
- Collector’s Coins
- Historical Coins
- American Coins
- Canadian Coins