X-Ray

Spectrometer

Our staff uses a state-of-the art Thermo Scientific Niton X-Ray Spectrometer in the evaluation of your Gold, Silver, or Platinum items. It allows us to perform a complete and highly accurate analysis of your metals in seconds.

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All US Mint issued mint and proof sets and singles - Dollars: 1935 and earlier - US Gold and Silver American Eagle singles and sets - Purchasing small / large size US gold certificates - Morgan Dollars - Quarters: 1964 and earlier - All US currency from 1929 and older - All US Gold coins - Rare US Silver Coins - All US silver certificates 1957 and earlier - All US notes with a red or blue seal - Large size US currency from 1923 and earlier - Old US currency with bank names on the note. - Dimes: 1964 and earlier - US fractional currency 1862 – 1876 - High denomination notes: $500, $1,000, $5,000 and $10,000 - Halves: 1970 and earlier - Nickels: 1938 and earlier also 1942- 1945 - Cents: 1958 and earlier

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The value of multiple and diverse coins will fluctuate depending on economic and market variations typically purchased / sold in bulk based on their silver value. Coins from the 1960's and earlier are made from 90% silver for the most part. Half dollars from 1965-1970 are made from 40% silver. There are many dates that could have an increased value, so let us examine your collection with a professional appraiser and evaluation for a high cash offer. Gold coins, gold jewelry and gold bullion, as well as silver coins, bullion and jewelry, should be stored individually to avoid each item pressing against each other. Be sure to use certified and legitimate coin containers. If you only have booklets to use, do not use tape to wrap coins as the tape sticks to the coins, which causes discoloration reducing the value of your coins.