HOLIDAY MARKET PROJECTIONS: Our short and long-term recommendation is that you SELL your unwanted coins, jewelry, and collectibles N-O-W. Think about it logically: who do you know that actually has a hobby? When was the last time you passed a coin store? The sad truth is that kids don't collect, they play on their smart phones. And fashions never truly return, there is always some kind of twist that makes yesteryear's treasure obsolete. So don't try to "time the market." Don't fall into the mistaken belief that it "has to go up at some point." It doesn't. It won't. Capiche? There is a misconception that silver and gold are good historical investments. With the exception of a few lucky timers, this is NOT the case. You are better off paying down debt or helping out the grandkids than trying to time the market. Trust me on this. I love collecting. But when it comes to personal investing, I don't think anything beats a diversified stock portfolio and zero debt.

And when you do decide to sell, you should know there is exactly ONE A.N.A.-listed dealer in this county who is an Institute graduate and 25-year/life member, meets the requirements for an IRS 8283 Qualified Appraiser, and complies with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) code. Can you guess who?

HOLIDAY MARKET PROJECTIONS: Our short and long-term recommendation is that you SELL your unwanted coins, jewelry, and collectibles N-O-W. Think about it logically: who do you know that actually has a hobby? When was the last time you passed a coin store? The sad truth is that kids don't collect, they play on their smart phones. And fashions never truly return, there is always some kind of twist that makes yesteryear's treasure obsolete. So don't try to "time the market." Don't fall into the mistaken belief that it "has to go up at some point." It doesn't. It won't. Capiche? There is a misconception that silver and gold are good historical investments. With the exception of a few lucky timers, this is NOT the case. You are better off paying down debt or helping out the grandkids than trying to time the market. Trust me on this. I love collecting. But when it comes to personal investing, I don't think anything beats a diversified stock portfolio and zero debt.

And when you do decide to sell, you should know there is exactly ONE A.N.A.-listed dealer in this county who is an Institute graduate and 25-year/life member, meets the requirements for an IRS 8283 Qualified Appraiser, and complies with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) code. Can you guess who?

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D. 1982 d small date 3.13 wieght

1982 is significant. It's the year I graduated from high school. As for that coin, it is, for all intensive purposes, one cent.

D. Chas.H.Bevers Hastings NY glass bottle with ceramic lid and rubber gasket sealed and in-tact. Bottle still contains a trace-amount of fluid.

AWESOME! Where did you get that one?? A nice old blob top! I have dug up a couple dozen but they are actually scarce. I donated them to the Historical Society and Education Foundation fundraisers. Are you looking for a home? They don't fetch much at auction. Marc

D. Silverware set I can provide pictures of the full set

These are usually $400-1000. I have to inspect it of course, make an appointment with me at 914-649-3317!

D. 2000 P Sacagawea I’ll send the front side next

No need to send the front side. This is a dollar and you could spend it in good health.

D. 2000 P Sacagawea I’ll send the front side next

This is what we call a dollar, and you can spend it in good health ?

D. Back has the letter “o”

This is a common date Morgan dollar that retails at $15.

D. Agrippa coin, as photo shows. Obverse seems very fine/extra fine. Reverse is less detailed.

Ancient coins are often worth little. But this one, if authenticated, could retail for $150-200.

D. 1776 Continental Coin

You have a cast copy of a very famous dollar. If it were real it would be worth a quarter million dollars. Unfortunately, yours is not. What you have is the sort of thing that might show up in a museum gift shop. Give it to a kid!

D. Family Heirlooms, Rolex watch, Gold jewlery

You obviously have over $1000 worth of stuff. But how much more requires inspection. Call me at 914-649-3317 for an appraisal or offer.

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