Selling Guide

1882-85 Assayers’ Weight Room image

Know Your Worth

We are aggressive buyers in our areas of specialty, and we will purchase your entire collection in order to acquire those coins which interest us.

Whether you are thinking of selling just a few coins or an entire collection, call or email Joe to discuss your coins for possible sale. Depending on the contents of your collection, you may provide us with an inventory or detailed description of your coins by email.

Confirming Your Shipment

Depending upon the value of the coins which you wish to sell, shipping your coins to us may be the most efficient option. In most cases we’ll even pay for your shipping and insurance by either USPS Registered or Priority Express Mail depending upon weight and value.

Package Securely

If you are shipping coins to us, it is very important that you wrap and box them securely. Coin tubes can shatter, PCGS and NGC holders can be cracked or damaged, and a box that rattles may attract unwanted attention.

When shipping to us on our insurance, all packages must be double boxed, with the coins securely packed in a smaller box, and that smaller box then put into a larger shipping box. The package should then be securely taped and sent per our emailed instructions.

Traveling To You

If your collection is too valuable for shipment, Joe O’Connor will travel to you for a review of your holdings at your convenience.

Immediate Payment

Upon our purchase, all payments of $10,000 or more will be sent by either USPS Priority Express Mail or bank wire transfer, at your option. All payments under $10,000 will be sent by USPS Priority Mail.

Top image: 1882-85 Assayers’ Weight Room at Mint in San Francisco, CA - Runnels & Stateler, Library of Congress