Most people have things they don’t necessarily need, want or use, but that doesn’t mean other people don’t want it. Nevada Coin Mart’s buyer network, allows it to buy local items in Vegas and then looks for the right partner that can pay the most for it. For this story, let us focus on something that is often unwanted – COINS.
A Hidden Treasure in your Home
Almost everyone has a coin or two hanging around that they’ve held on to for one reason or another. What you may not know is that some of those coins may have significant value. So, now is the time to take a look at what you have in your closet or storeroom.
NEVER CLEAN YOUR OLD COINS. KEEP THE DIRT & KEEP THE VALUE.
If you find a coin or bill, don’t throw it away. It might be worth something big. Bring it to Nevada Coin Mart so they can evaluate it for free and make a fair market offer on it.
There are a few coins that are viewed as collector favorites that might put a decent sum of cash in your pocket if you happen to find one in your coin stash. Here are a few coins to keep a lookout for:
1. The 1943 Penny
The 1943 silver colored penny is a wartime coin issue made of steel and coated with zinc to save copper for the war effort and was only produced in this manner for one year, hence their increased value. Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco all produced these ultra-rare 1943 copper pennies and they are considered the most valuable pennies ever produced.
2. The Morgan Dollar
The Morgan dollar was a United States dollar coin stamped from 1878 to 1904, and again in 1921. The front-side portrays a profile picture speaking to Liberty, while the back delineates a bird with wings outstretched. Some of the rarest and collectible issues are:
3. The Buffalo Nickel
The Buffalo nickel or Indian Head nickel is a copper-nickel five-penny piece that was struck by the United States Mint from 1913 to 1938. Type I Buffalo nickels incorporate the words “Five Cents” superimposed on the hill below the Bison on the turnaround of the coin. Type II Buffalo nickels show “Five Cents” in a recessed territory beneath the hill on the turnaround.
MOST IMPORTANT ASPECT OF A COIN: THE OLDER, THE RARER, THE BETTER
Remember: Never clean your old coins. Keep the dirt – keep the value. The most important aspect of a coin is its history – the older, and rarer, the better – and keeping the coin in its most originally found form is best.
Want to know what your coins are worth? At Neil Sackmary’s Nevada Coin Mart at Jones and Flamingo, their full-time Coin Numismatists have decades of experience dealing with all types of coins, both foreign and American. They buy ALL types of coins – graded or ungraded – in any condition, and especially if they contain precious metals such as silver, gold, platinum, or palladium. They will evaluate and test them for free and pay you the most. You decide what to sell and what to keep. You are never under any obligation to sell, but if you choose to sell a few of your items (or all of them), you will receive TOP DOLLAR – Guaranteed!