Looking For Sterling Silver?

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Did you know that, similar to antiques, many coins can actually be more valuable in their original condition? That means that if you have a rare coin, cleaning it may actually cause a devaluation. In any case, many coin buyers may still buy them, as some coins are extremely valuable no matter what.

In terms of selling coins, many United States coins that date back to the 19th century can be had for under $10. However, the 1943 copper penny still exists, and is one of the most valuable collectible coins, worth up to $100,000. It is important that if you are looking to sell coins, you check out the value of the coin before so you don’t get ripped off.

The first international convention for coin collectors was held in August 1962 in Detroit, and 40,000 people were in attendance. Since then, billions of coins have gone in circulation, including rare coins, common coins and everything in between. Interestingly, roughly $10 billion sits idle in American households.

Coins are not the only way to make money from silver. If you are looking for where to sell sterling silver, there are many places that actually proudly display “we buy silver” in the front of their stores or somewhere plainly on their website. If you want more information on places that buy your sterling silver, you can go online and search “where to sell sterling silver.” The best advice is then to go between each place and look for the best deal, or keep the silver yourself.

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One response to “Looking For Sterling Silver?”

  1. Buying all sorts of jewelry is a slippery slope. I would say to only trust a certified jeweler unless you really don’t care about quality or you just like one particular thing regardless of what it would be made out of or if its genuine.