Coins are valued based on a wide range of factors, including grading systems from organizations like NGC, ANA, and PCGS. The Sheldon coin grading scale is commonly utilized, and this scale accounts for how well the coin was made, how much wear it’s developed, and the luster of the coin. When you bring in coins for appraisal, we’ll consider these factors as well as the numismatic value, mintage and rarity, and associated paperwork or certification materials. In most cases, collections that are well cared for and show minimal signs of damage and handling will carry the highest value.
While there are many high-value coins out there, you might consider keeping an eye out for these rare U.S. coins that can boost the worth of your collection.
Buy and Sell Coins at Arizona Stamp & Coin
If you’re seeking an appraisal for your collection because you want to sell or pawn your rare coins, you can count on Arizona Stamp & Coin to offer a competitive price. For coins that don’t have a high collector’s value, we can offer a pawn loan or sales offer based solely on the precious metal content of your gold, silver, or platinum coins.