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3 Ways Selling Your Estate Jewelry & Coins Benefits You July 20, 2017

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3 Ways Selling Your Estate Jewelry & Coins Benefits You, Freehold, New Jersey

Many people find themselves with excess jewelry or rare coins after cleaning up attics and basements, but what should you do with them? While you might assume certain items hold no value, you may be surprised what you can get for them. Antique earrings, brooches, and cameos can land you hundreds, while rare coins easily draw the same earnings. Selling estate jewelry and coins benefits more than just the buyer, though; it benefits you, too.

You Never Know What It Might Be Worth

estate jewelrySince all jewelry is driven by style, some classics hold a high value for decades, while others diminish within a few months. If your estate jewelry is a trendy, outdated piece, it may not fetch the big bucks, but it’s still worth investigating; you never know how much value a single item might hold. Antique pieces, such as an 1800s era brooch, are highly sought after by collectors and could be worth thousands.

The same applies to rare coins. While you can use the internet as an efficient resource to gauge their value, some uncommon varieties could cash you hundreds, if not thousands, without being listed online. Take your coins to a collector to find out their worth!

You’re Contributing to the Industry

Selling unused estate jewelry and coins not only eliminates clutter from your home, but it’s also a prize for collectors who may have been searching for that specific style for years. Parts of your jewelry could be centuries old, so if the full piece itself can’t be sold, watch out for rare gems and high-quality gold.

Coin collectors like to trade within the industry, so coins from decades ago could be making a comeback. Not only are you selling off your goods to those who truly crave them, but you’re contributing to a cycle that gives back.

You’re Gaining Knowledge 

Heading to a trusted coin and jewelry buyer is much simpler than searching around town or waiting for Craigslist® responses. Unlike your average consumer, skilled professionals know the ins and outs of the industry, so they can evaluate every piece at face value and provide a detailed pricing explanation. Working with professionals offers education on your item along with the ability to earn top dollar.

 

With six convenient locations throughout New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut, American Coins & Gold is the top destination for selling estate jewelry, diamonds, watches, and rare coins. They’ll carefully evaluate every piece to find the best value, putting money in your pocket and taking excess items off your hands. Visit them online for additional information, or call your nearest location today!

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