While vacationing in Las Vegas I did what a lot of people do I’m sure or at least that’s what I’m telling my wife ..I blew through the money I brought a little quicker than expected and I ended up having to shop my Rolex around to several dealers to save the trip. So I looked online for places, most offers over the phone were low and that’s if they would even quote me in the first place. I spoke to a guy at Nevada Coin and Jewelry who gave me a fair ball park price and a reasonable explanation as to why his number couldn’t be solid. Went down expecting to get the lower number and in fact Robert their Rolex expert said my Rolex was a better model then I had described. He paid me a higher number than he quoted. Thanks for saving my vacation guys.
One of the most fun things to do as coin collector is to hunt for rare coins. Rare coins are desirable because they represent notions of hidden treasure and the allure of holding something in your hand that could be worth thousands of dollars. Most rare coins are just as nondescript and unassuming as the billions of other coins circulating the world today. If someone didn’t know what to look for, those rare coins could pass through their hands and they would never have any idea of it, often times being spent for their face value. Most coin collectors, however, do know what to look for and never tire from the hunt for rare coins. Some of the most rare coins in America these days look just like every day coinage used to buy goods and services across the land. There are Lincoln cent rare coins, Jefferson nickel rare coins and Washington quarter rare coins alike that could be hiding in your change bucket at this very moment. Rare coins are what drives the collectible coin market and the best part about rare coins is that they will always be rare coins. The very definition of rare coins allows this to be possible.