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. 


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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. 


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OTHER RECENT QUESTIONS

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Hard to tell from one side but looks Greek, perhaps Rhodes or Carion Islands, gold, $350.

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Hard to tell from one side but looks like ancient Rhodes, silver or bronze with some environmental damage, $35

D. 914.420.3593

Will, these and the other stamps you sent pictures of can go to kids! You're looking for stamps that are very old and uncanceled. --Marc

D. 914.420.3593

Give to trick-or-treaters.

D. 1909 King Edward VII coin

Looks like a gold sovereign, about $300, if real. The color is a little off. Marc

D. Could you please tell me the value of my Grandpa's coin collection? I have enclosed a picture.

Dear Abby, Sorry, I can't resist starting an offer for advice that way, it's usually the other way around, right? So here is what you need to know: The overwhelming odds are that your blue Whitman-style books have no "key-date" (rare) coins. We buy coins at the following rates, and mark them up 10-30% for retail sales at shows: Cents: We pay 1.5 to 2.0 times face value for those old "wheat" cents; so a penny is worth two--yes, two--cents. We can go higher on some of the older ones in the ...

D. $ 100 Gold 1980 Canadian Coin with Kayak Inuk

This is tricky because Canada made some of these coins in two different alloys the same year. I believe this one is worth about $700.

D. 1823 50 cent coin

What a lovely piece! A capped bust half dollar. It's got problems, needs professional conservation. As is it's worth at least $50-75. Are you interested in selling?

D. Numerous stamps - some cancelled

Use them to mail letters. They have no greater value than that.

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