We meet by appointment, please call! Our typical family appraisals average $125-$275. We haven't raised our rates in 20 years and we're not starting now!  We still travel to senior citizens and those in need. 


WHAT'S IT WORTH?

OTHER RECENT QUESTIONS

We meet by appointment, please call! Our typical family appraisals average $125-$275. We haven't raised our rates in 20 years and we're not starting now!  We still travel to senior citizens and those in need. 


WHAT'S IT WORTH?

OTHER RECENT QUESTIONS

Call Today  •  (914) 649-3317  •  (833) THE-COIN  •  (833) 843-2646

Online Appraisal

Send a photo of your item or collection for a free online appraisal. You may even decide to sell us your coin or other item when you find out what it is and what it's worth!

Submit An Item For Free Appraisal

We kindly ask you to limit your request to ONE item, preferably with images of both sides. We specialize in items that are older and of some historic importance. Please include photos of both sides if possible.

We may use your appraisal on our site as reference for others with the same item(s). We'll never display your personal information and will remove all sensitive information from your submission. Please contact us for a private appraisal. View our privacy policy.

Most inquiries we get are about circulated coins made after 1971, and/or coins where people mistake post-mint damage and wear for "errors". You can expect us to affirm these are face value. We ask that before you write and submit such questions, to PLEASE first read through our existing postings and our "what it's worth" primers.

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Recent Appraisals

Appraisals

Get accurate information on your own collection from a true numismatist.

D. 1999 georgia quarter

If you read our FAQs and the information posted on our web site, you'll see this is basically face value. Thanks.

D. Money

Yes it is!

D. Coins

This one is called a "dime."

D. It's a 1876 USA indian princess head proof,A13 series

Probably worth in excess of $400... how much more requires in-person inspection.

D. 1949 d wheat penny

If you read our FAQs and the information posted on our web site, you'll see this is close to face value. Thanks.

D. Missing clads.

Just heavily oxidized.

Rare Coin and Currency Consulting

We identify items, determine value, and even make an offer on the spot. We can help you decide what to sell, put at auction, or hold for investment.

Or call us now to discuss your items
(914) 649-3317 (833) THE-COIN (833) 843-2646

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