We meet by appointment, please call! Our typical family appraisals average $125-$275. We haven't raised our rates in 20 years and we're not starting now!  We still travel to senior citizens and those in need. 


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We meet by appointment, please call! Our typical family appraisals average $125-$275. We haven't raised our rates in 20 years and we're not starting now!  We still travel to senior citizens and those in need. 


WHAT'S IT WORTH?

OTHER RECENT QUESTIONS

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D. 10,000 gold certificate

Very tricky. Poor condition and canceled, but probably still worth several thousand dollars. You should bring it in.

D. Various US feather wheat pennies from 1919-1940s. Also a Buffalo nickel.

We purchase wheat cents for 1.5 to 2 cents apiece, and buffalo nickels for 10-15 cents each; dateless specimens may fetch less.

D. Hi, May I ask your opinion about the value of the attached item? Thank you in advance.

Depending upon condition, this is in the $200-350 range. I'd have to inspect it and see the back as well.

D. 1909 half dollar and dime

The marked prices are accurate for retail. We would pay half.

D. $5 Gold coin, 1900

Lovely. About $350.

D. About $15 each.

Was there a question in there?

D. Value of City of Hudson coin?

That's a desirable coin in a low grade. I'd say about $150.

D. I have some more coins please can you estimate that

This looks like an ancient Greek widow's mite, a nice piece, $40 retail.

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