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We Buy Gold, Silver & Jewelry

Click the link below to find out how to get the most for your valuables. We are dedicated to earning your business by offering great customer service and the best offers in the business.

SELL JEWELRY

Before you do anything else, you should find out what your valuables are really worth. So your first step should be to get a free evaluation at Liberty Coin & Currency. You get honest, straightforward information and there’s never any pressure to sell, since no one is on commission.

Every day we evaluate a lot of coins, coin collections, rare coins and different things made of gold. But we also evaluate just about anything that contains precious metals, like antiques, watches, pocket watches, chains, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, heirloom jewelry, estate jewelry and even broken jewelry. Our staff also has experience evaluating diamonds.

Since we are a trusted name in evaluating jewelry, coins, currency, and bullion, we also do estate liquidations. Please contact us if you’d like to set up an appointment for us to determine the value of a large estate collection. Otherwise, just stop by and we’ll take you step by step through the entire process, treating your time and valuables with the utmost respect.

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THE LINCOLN CENT

The Lincoln cent, or most commonly called “penny”, started production in 1909. They have President Abraham Lincoln on the front which is where the name “Lincoln Cent” comes from. Starting with the first year of 1909 the penny has wheat ears on the back and is commonly called a “Wheat Back Penny”. They are made… Read more »

A NEW YEAR, A NEW FACE

In June of 2015, the United States Treasury announced that a woman would once again grace the face of legal tender, only this time, she would be replacing a male figure. The decision as to who that woman would be was to be officially declared by the end of the year, however, the decision has… Read more »

BYE BYE SILVER EAGLE

Despite the high demand for the beloved 2015 American Eagle silver bullion coin, the US Mint announced in November 2015 that production would cease after December 7, 2015.   The highly demanded coin is seeing a cut back from The Mint due to “supply squeeze” brought on by silver hitting a six-year low in July… Read more »

Garnets

A new year brings with it a gemstone known within the gemological world for its variance of color availability of which most may be unaware. January is the month represented by the gorgeous, versatile garnet, which so many have fallen in love with throughout the years. The most popular hue in the garnet spectrum is,… Read more »