Coin Collection Appraisal

Mixed US and world coins

Getting your coins appraised is a critical part of the selling process. You need to know exactly how much your precious collection is truly worth, so you can make an informed decision on whether or not to sell.

We at American Rarities have been appraising coin collections for over 30 years. In order to save you time and aggravation, we’ve prepared a list of tips for ensuring your rare coin collection appraisal goes as smoothly as possible. We think you’ll find it useful.

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Three Tips for Getting Your Rare Coins Ready for Appraisal

Here are 3 tips on preparing for your coin collection appraisal:

1. Sort Your Coins

Before you send your coins in for appraisal, first sort them by things like type, year, condition, and mint marks. This will make it easier for the coin appraiser to gauge the value of the coins.

Also, try to separate any coins on the basis of eye appeal. That means finding any coins that may have holes, marks, or other types of blemishes, and separating them from the rest.

2. Get Your Coins Graded

Sorting your coins is easy enough. But another thing you have to do before you get the coin collection appraisal is watch out for any fake or counterfeit coins. These can sometimes be difficult to spot. For that, you need a grading service.

American Rarities offers a coin grading service that’s completely free of charge. We’ll examine your rare coins, tell you their condition, and help you separate any fakes from the genuine.

3. Find a Reputable Coin Dealer

Okay, so you’ve gotten your coins sorted and graded. Now you need to find a reputable coin dealer to do the coin collection appraisal.

This should be someone who’s been in business for a long time, and has an established reputation.

For example, American Rarities has been in numismatics since 1990.

Aside from our decades of experience, we also:

Get a Free Coin Collection Appraisal Today!

American Rarities offers appraisals as a free service. Even better, these appraisals are IRS-approved and there’s no obligation to sell. Feel free to use us as a resource!

Getting your coin collection appraisal started is easy – just send us some photos of your collection via text, email, or our Contact Form below. We’ll get back to you promptly with our appraisal and offer to buy!

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

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