3171 Mercer University Drive Macon, GA 31204
The place to pawn old U.S. coins in Macon is downtown at Howard’s Pawn and Jewelry. Those old U.S. coins buried in your basement or stashed in your attic might fetch a pretty penny. You might be wondering how long it will take to find out what your old U.S. coins are worth. To be honest, it will not take long at all. In fact, Howard Reid and his team will make you a cash offer right away if they want your old U.S. coins. You decide whether you wish to pawn old U.S.coins in Macon or sell outright. Either way, you walk out with cash in hand.
If you do not know how to use it, an idol sewing machine will probably be doing no good. Maybe you inherited an old U.S. coin collection passed down to you that now gathers dust. You might be surprised to find out that old, antique, and vintage U.S. coins have value.
The litmus test for old U.S. coins value is its date. Try to read the year on the coin. Is it unimaginably old? If so, it might contain precious metals, and that is good. Other than commemorative coins, the majority of United States coins minted after 1964 do not contain precious metals and are not worth a great deal.
What you are looking for is the old U.S.coins that contain precious metals and that pawnshops will buy. These are some of the coins you may have that we will buy:
Except for certified, limited-issue, special-edition coins or key date coins, we do not buy any of the following coins:
If you are looking to sell your old U.S. coins, search online completed sales involving similar models. What you are looking for is how much recent buyers have paid for items like yours. LiveAuctioneers’ Auction Price Results Database is a free online research tool with daily recently sold results updates and historical results dating back to 1999. This database is a valuable tool to research and determine the value of almost anything. Go to liveauctioneers.com Join for free. Go to Find Auctions—click Past Auction Results in the dropdown menu.
Also, bring documentation with you like grading certificates, authenticity paperwork, appraisals, and the like. If the old U.S. coin has a unique history, evidence of that can up the value when you want to pawn old U.S. coins in Macon.
Knowing what old U.S. coins like yours have sold for recently is essential. From these numbers, decide what you will take for your old U.S. coins. Keep in mind that when dealing with a pawnshop, you avoid the time-consuming and dangerous hassle of meeting up with and selling to a stranger. On top of avoiding that, you will get the top deal in Macon when you go to Howard’s Jewelry and Pawn. At least that is what their satisfied customers say. Howard’s Pawn and Jewelry is a local family business serving Macon residents since 2001. You will probably find Howard behind the pawn counter, helping friendly customers. Expect first-class service from one of the top experts on firearms, coins, and military collectibles in Georgia.