A coin buyer is a business operator or consumer who purchases rare or collectible coins. Coin buyers include wholesale dealers and retail operators, as well as individuals who purchase for their personal collections. More »

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A good starting point when seeking buyers for old coins is heading to a local coin dealer. Coin World is a highly respected resource for the coin collecting community that features a user-friendly directory, which can he... More »

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People can find a local silver buyer by checking out pawnshops, recycling businesses, jewelers and coin dealers, as noted on Mint.com. These businesses are all likely to purchase precious metals in some form. More »

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Collectors can buy coins from coin dealers, the U.S. Mint, and auction sites such as eBay. When buying coins, knowing how to spot fakes and understanding the wholesale values of different coins will help ensure that coll... More »

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Many coin shops do provide free valuations; however, some charge a fee if the customer does not sell the coins to the coin shop, warns Taber Numismatics. Some coin shops, like Houston Coin Buyer, offer free appraisals fo... More »

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Coin-sorting machines, or coin sorters, sort mixed coins into their respective denominations through a mechanical or manual process. For instance, they can separate pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters. More »

All Singapore coins in the Third Series have a layer of copper, though the copper layer does not show on any coin. This series was first issued in 2013. More »

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