Atlanta Gold & Coin Buyers is pleased to announce that we’ve recently revised and updated for 2013 our Ultimate Guide to Buying and Selling Coins & Bullion. This is the most comprehensive guide that we’ve published to date, and should be beneficial to coin novices and investors alike.
The guide begins with definitions to some of the most commonly used terms in the coin and bullion industry. Following a list of defined terms is detailed information on some of the most common bought and sold coins in the United States, including numismatic coins, professionally graded coins, proof coins, bullion coins and junk silver coins. After thoroughly addressing all of the coin types, we touch on topics that are applicable to investors and collectors of all experience levels, including how to sell your coins and bullion, how to know that you’re getting a fair price, how to buy coins and bullion, and how to identify counterfeit coins and bullion.
Much of the information that we provide was previously only available to coin dealers. We believe in being transparent and hope that you’ll consider doing business with us, but regardless, we believe that the information we provide will help to put you on equal footing with your coin dealer of choice.
Our website includes additional educational information and resources to help our customers educate themselves on various aspects of the coin and bullion industry. Additionally, we regularly share current coin news with our customers, address “ask the coin expert” questions and provide weekly tips to help you become a more informed buyer and seller of old, rare, gold, silver and platinum coins.
In summary, whether you’re new to the coin and bullion industry, or a seasoned veteran, we believe that you would benefit from our “Ultimate Guide to Buying and Selling Coins & Bullion.” This is a FREE resource, as is all of the information that we provide to our customers and prospective customers, and as always, we’re happy to answer any other questions that you might have.
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