Selling Gold Coins







When selling gold coins you have to first determine what type of coins they are, rare or bullion.

For instance, pre-1933 gold coins have an inherent value and would bring far more than the value of gold contained therein.

On the other hand, bullion coins would only be worth as much as their actual gold content.



When looking for a buyer there are several avenues you can take.

To sell rare or bullion coins you can

list them right here on our ad platform where thousands of buyers and investors can see what you are selling.



The other option would be to sell to a dealer. This would definitely be the best route to sell if you are looking for a quick sale.

In our experience there is one dealer that pays a fair price for gold coins, Golden Eagle Coins in Laurel, MD.








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