Nevada Coin and Jewelry – has excellent customer service – providing las Vegas with top notch service and expertise – this is my primary coin dealers — others just can’t keep up – they are helpful and friendly – in my opinion they are the best in the south west area — so that’s my review a++++ rating – because I am a good customer – this is the best place to buy and sell gold and silver bullion.
U.S. coin collecting is a popular hobby that now has it’s roots planted firmly in American culture as well as being one of the American public’s favorite pastimes for many decades. Although it didn’t really gain steam until around the mid-19th century, several years after the first pieces of U.S. coinage were minted, numismatics, or coin collecting, became a staple of all collecting hobbies. With the California gold rush in the late 1840’s, and the many examples of private and official U.S mint gold coinage coming as a direct result of that, many collectors began to turn their attention to the growing hobby of U.S. coin collecting. And by the end of the Civil War and into the reconstruction era, when the U.S. mint in Philadelphia began a campaign of presenting dozens upon dozens of various pattern pieces of U.S. coins, the hobby of U.S. coin collecting was a permanent fixture on the collectible scene. Then the need for new coin designs came about, giving rise to some of the most famous names in U.S. coin collecting, Charles E. Barber and George T. Morgan. These two men shaped the designs of U.S. coins for decades to come and designed some of the most iconic and easily identified coins in the world. The Barber series and the Morgan dollar are highly coveted by U.S. coin collectors still to this day and are known the world over for their beauty, simplicity and elegance in design.