Calling all coin collectors! What is the number one rule when you’re planning to sell coins in gold or silver? Make sure you get the best price for your unique collection, of course. Thankfully, you don’t have to be a savvy coin expert to maximize the return on your investment. All it takes to sufficiently pad your wallet is a healthy dose of industry insight from local experts who are in the know.
In this blog post, we’re sharing the following helpful insider secrets on how to sell gold and silver coins for the most money:
- Check the current market value
- Authenticate and appraise your coin collection
- Follow storage and handling best practices
- Choose a trustworthy dealer
If you want to sell coins, keep reading as we dive deeper into these hints for getting the most bang for the buck.
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Are you thinking about selling gold? Like any transaction, it’s one that requires some research at the start to make sure you’re getting the best possible value.
Here are four questions you should ask yourself before selling your gold:
Continue reading Turning Your Old Gold into New Money
“Good as gold.” “Worth their weight in gold.”
Gold has always been valuable, long before our Bucks County cash for gold service was even an idea. It’s mentioned in the Bible, began and ended wars and inspired everything from Charlie Chaplin to the creators of HBO’s Deadwood.
But how did it get that way? In this blog post, we’ll look at the history of this precious metal.
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As we write this – toward the end of the second week in May – gold prices were on the rise, thanks to overall uncertainty in the stock market.
In fact, the price of gold was expected to continue to rise throughout the year, according to Neil Pereira of the International Finance Corporation.
“In the last year, we saw gold prices fall,” he said in an interview with Kitco News. “But in the last quarter of this year, we’ve seen a big increase and I think that’s partly driven by expectations of reduced long-term interest rates.”
His comments followed a statement from the president of the Federal Reserve Bank in St. Louis that a rate cut was looking more enticing to potentially give markets more credibility and reduce inflation.
Continue reading Selling Your Gold? Here’s What You Need to Know