Atlanta Gold & Coin Buyers is thrilled to announce that we’re going to be launching over the next several weeks essential coin resources and guides for our readers that will help them to maximize the value when selling their coins and coin collections.
A number of our customers are new to the field of coins and numismatics; commonly acquiring coins through an estate or inheritance. These individuals are oftentimes overwhelmed with the enormous amount of information available on coins; much of which is inaccurate.
The reason why we have decided to develop coin resources for all major types of coins is to educate our readers and prospective customers. Not only is providing valuable information consistent with our transparent and honest approach to conducting business, but it will also empower our customers and help to even the playing field when transacting with coin dealers.
The information that we’ll be providing is typically only known by coin and bullion dealers, so you’ll be receiving valuable insight that most of our competitors would prefer you not have. In fact, we don’t anticipate making too many friends in the industry by launching our “Definitive Guide” series, but catering to our competition has never been our primary concern.
We’re going to begin our series with silver dimes and highlight all types of silver dimes minted by the U.S. Mint beginning with the first U.S. dime minted in 1796, commonly referred to as the Draped Bust, through the last silver dime minted for general circulation, which is the 1964 Roosevelt dime. We’ll provide a bit of background on each of the coins, pictures so that you can identify them, and a list of key date or low mintage coins.
Low mintage or key date coins are also referred to as rare or numismatic coins. This means that the value of the coins is primarily determined by the rarity and condition of the coin as opposed to the underlying metal content. In fact, there are some copper or nickel coins that have very little metal value, but that can sells for upwards of hundreds of dollars, if not more.
In addition to a dime series, we’ll be launching a guide on silver quarters, silver half dollars, silver dollars, copper coins, nickel coins and gold coins. We don’t know at this time how many guides we’ll be launching in total, but it will be no less than seven, and possibly upwards of twelve. Our goal is to provide the most comprehensive free coin resource on the internet.
Of course, prior to completing our multi-week long project, we’ll continue to field questions from prospective customers on the value of their coins, and as always, will identify without prompting any key date or low mintage coins that individuals may have available in their coin collections.
We look forward to this exciting new project and hope that it will become the most trusted coin resource on the web for identifying potentially valuable U.S. coins. Be sure to sign up on the homepage of our website for “Coin News,” as we’ll be distributing the guides through this outlet prior to posting them on our webpage.
If you happen to have any questions about the resources that we’re developing, about the coins in your coin collection, or just any questions in general, don’t hesitate to contact us. You can reach us at 404-236-9744 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you and earning your business!