There’s a good chance you have a lot of random bits and bobbles stored away in your home. Whether these are family heirlooms or were picked up purely by chance, you might actually be sitting on something that’s worth money! If you discover any rare coins in your home, the experts at American Coins & Gold are interested in buying them. With two convenient New Jersey locations (Bridgewater and Wayne) and another in East Garden City, NY, a windfall has never been easier!
There are many different types of rare coins and bills that can be sold for high prices. Here is a small sampling of what American Coins & Gold is interested in buying from sellers like you:
- National Currency: The bills that circulate today, while valuable in their own right, are nothing special. Our country has actually used more than 50 designs for currency, and the older they get, the more valuable they often become.
- Obsolete Banknotes: While you won’t get anything from an actual bank for these relics, they can actually be worth up to $10,000! Of all the rare coins and currency, obsolete banknotes are a specialty of American Coins & Gold.
- 1914 Red & Blue Seals: 1914 Red Seal bills are usually the most valuable of all Federal Reserve notes (especially $50 and $100 bills). However, if a Blue Note’s serial number doesn’t end in a star, they’re more collectible than valuable.
- $1,000 Bills: Our country’s 22nd and 24th president, Grover Cleveland, is featured on this unusual bill. While they generally go for around $1,500, factors such as serial numbers can raise the price.
- Demand Notes: This form of currency was the earliest offered by the United States. While demand notes in good condition aren’t often found, it’s recommended you contact a reliable buyer of rare coins and currency if you own this note because of its rarity.
Doing a little digging in your home’s attic or garage might just turn up something that will peak the interest of a rare coin and currency buyer. Even if you aren’t sure of the item’s exact value, American Coins & Gold can help you determine if it is valuable. For more information, call (908) 575-9400 or visit the website today.