What friendly staff. They help you sell your items even if they don’t have a use for it by calling other shops around the area to see if they could use it… They want you to have the best out come from selling your items. I was so happy I decided to go to them!
As the backbone of many coin collections, Morgan silver dollars have been coveted by collectors large and small for many decades. However, they really didn’t start out that way. In fact most coin collectors of the 19th century didn’t favor the Morgan dollar too much, known then by its nickname: the cartwheel, due to a lack of aesthetic appreciation for the coins. It seems that coin collectors of these earlier generations preferred the design of the earlier Seated Liberty dollars. After a turbulent ride through many decades, the Morgan dollars are truly recognized by collectors worldwide for their beauty and simplicity in design, as well as being distinctly American in look and feel. And, thanks in large part to the treasury release in the early 1960’s of millions of uncirculated specimens (kept in bags for decades in mint basements), these coins can be very affordable to acquire. In fact, they are so much in abundance that a vast percentage of the coins are traded by just the silver content they possess, which is slightly over three quarters of an ounce.