- Baltimore Show Report
- Greysheet - Don't expect to buy the most PQ examples at that price.
- FUN show was F U N T A S T I C
- BitCoin has it Bit the Big One?
- Our Visit To The New Hampshire Coin Show
- Why is attendance down at Coin Shows?
- Have you seen the new 2017 Frederick Douglass Quarter
- Dust settles, 1804 Childs Silver Dollar Hammers For $3,290,000
- Gold 221 lb Coin Worth Over $4.5 Million Stolen From German Museum
- Launch 1/10th oz Silver Three Cent Piece Baltimore Coin Show
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Dont miss the best coin show of the year.... in terms of bourse size, attendance and family friendly activities.
After a one-year hiatus, the World's Fair of Money is back in the Windy City for a three-year run at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center from Aug. 13-17, 2013.
How exciting that the WCCC will be moving its meetings to the Eastchester Public Library located at 11 Oakridge Place in Eastchester starting with the August 2013 meeting.
This is the best coin club in Westchester and always meets on the 3rd Wed of each month. Please feel free to stop and visit....meeting starts at 7pm!
Please Be realistic.
When you walk into a "Cash For Gold" shop, that old class ring might provide you with some extra walking-around cash, but it won't make you rich.
Scrap dealers will only pay you for the amount of gold in your jewelry, and "very few things are made of solid gold,"
For example, a 14-karat ring is only 58% gold; the rest is just base metals.
Oh, that class ring... 99 out of 100 times I'll bet its only 10K gold, or only 41.3% pure
Before making an offer, a buyer may perform what's known as a "karat fineness" test — which involves scratching the metal — and applying acid to the gold dust to determine the actual gold content.
Be prepared to show ID.
Gold buyers are required by law to ask sellers for government-issued identification
This requirement is designed to help police investigate the sale of stolen property and deter money laundering.
All reputable gold buyers comply with these rules!
"If you're not asked to identify yourself, you're in the wrong place."