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PAYOUT FOR SILVER PRODUCT
KARAT GOLD SCRAP METALS
Copper Type Coins
Nickel Type Coins
Silver Type Coins - Regular Strikes
Silver Type Coins - Proofs
Gold Type Coins - Regular Strikes
Gold Type Coins - Proofs
We buy all types of world, us, and ancient coins. Bring in any coin you have as we will consider buying almost any coin, token, or paper money. Where most other coin dealers say no, we do our best to say yes!
If you have foreign currency and would like to exchange it for US Dollars, we can help. For Currently circulated banknotes, we typically offer 50-60% payout of its converted value in US Dollars. If you have out of cirulations banknotes, out of cirulation or in circulation coin, we may require you to leave the lot, depending on how large it is, to give us time to determine it's current value. It is a very time consuming process to sort through your bags of coins and then research if they are accepted by foreign banks as currency. Since the Euro has replaced many currencies in 2002, the period for exchanging old currencies for many European countries has expired and those currencies cannot be exchanged, but we may consider them for purchase to resell as collectible coins. Again, this process takes time and in order for us to consider them, they must be left for us to evaluate as we have spare time to do so. We are more than willing to attempt to exchange your leftover currency, but you must allow us time to get the job done.
We suggest you sort out all of your coins by type, then in order by year. The next step is to sort them by condition. There are 3 primary categories for condition of a coin, they are: Circulated, About Uncirculated, and Uncirculated or Mint State. Either go to a library or bookstore or online to locate a current pricing guide to sort them out by rarity, for example; common coins and rare, low mintage coins. Additonally, ANACS publishes a book with photos of each coin in a specfic grade to assist you in determing the grade range. You may or may not be able to determine your coins condition with accuracy but if you at least have some idea of it's worth, you can then seek to have it graded professionally by NGC or PCGS or another coin grading service. You should have an idea of a coins retail value in the current market and that knowledge will allow you to sell your coins for higher values. Ebay is a good online resource if you review "sold" listings to determine a specific coins current market value.
We buy all types of bullion from Gold and Silver to Platinum, Palladium, Rhodium and rare earth metals. We are paying anywhere from 90% to 98% of spot prices for Bullion Products. We do not pay 100% or higher for your bullion. We do not speculated and must maintain a reasonable profit margin as buying any precious metals products has a downside risk due to market volatility. If you are expecting full spot or a premium, there are companies online that you can ship your valuable bullion to and then hope they are honest and send you a check within a few weeks from when they receive your bullion. If you wish to sell your bullion today, then call us now (203) 269-7000
|American Eagles, BU, Full Roll of 20 Coins||$ 308.65||Per Roll|
|American Silver Eagle Proof W||$ 30.59||Per Coin w/ Box,Cert|
|Britain Gold 1/2 Sovereign, 1817 - Most Recent||$ 130.52||Per Coin|
|Britain Gold Sovereign, 1817 - Most Recent||$ 261.04||Per Coin|
|France, Belgium, & Switzerland Gold 20 Francs||$ 207.04||Per Coin|
|Gold Bars by PAMP & Credit Suisse||$ 1107.83||Per Troy Ounce|
|Gold Krugerrand's||$ 1107.83||Per Troy Ounce|
|Gold Maple Leafs & Panda's||$ 1107.83||Per Troy Ounce|
|Gold US $1, All Types, 1849 to 1889||$ 53.59||Per Coin|
|Gold US $10 American Eagle, 1986 - Present, 1/4 Troy Oz.||$ 277.23||Per Coin|
|Gold US $10 Eagles, 1838 - 1933||$ 535.91||Per Coin|
|Gold US $2.5 Quarter Eagles, 1840 -1929||$ 133.98||Per Coin|
|Gold US $20 Double Eagles, 1850 to 1933||$ 1071.82||Per Coin|
|Gold US $25 American Eagle, 1986 - Present, 1/2 Troy Oz.||$ 553.91||Per Coin|
|Gold US $3, 1854-1889||$ 160.77||Per Coin|
|Gold US $5 American Eagle, 1986 - Present, 1/10 Troy Oz.||$ 110.78||Per Coin|
|Gold US $5 Half Eagles, 1839-1929||$ 267.95||Per Coin|
|Gold US $50 American Eagle, 1986 - Present, 1 Troy Oz.||$ 1107.83||Per Coin|
|Mexican Gold 50 Pesos 37.5 Gram Oro Puro||$ 1337.04||Per Coin|
|Silver Bullion .999||$ 15.17||Per Troy Ounce|
|Silver US 40% Coins||$ 3.44||Per Face Dollar|
|Silver US 90% Coin (Dimes, Quarters, Halves)||$ 9.82||Per Face Dollar|
|Silver US Morgan & Peace Dollars, 1878 - 1935||$ 12.06||Per Coin|
|Silver US Trade Dollars, 1873-1885||$ 17.28||Per Coin|
|Sweden, Denmark, & Norway Gold 20 Kronor||$ 287.55||Per Coin|
|US Silver Eagles 1986 - Present||$ 15.43||Per Coin MINT Cond.|
|Various Gold LBMA Approved Bullion .999 Minimum||$ 1107.83||Per Troy Ounce|
Above prices are subject to our POLICIES.
Prices on this chart are paid by check when delivered to our Wallingford, CT. or New Haven, CT. location(s). We reserve the right to limit the amount of Bullion transferred in a single transaction and at times, may require a 1 or 2 day delay on payments for transactions over $5000.
CT Gold Buyers® has 20 years experience in grading, identifying and buying rare and valuable coins.
At CT Gold Buyers®, we not only by your poor condition coins for top scrap value, we buy rare and valuable coins based on their current market or numismatic value.
Wether you are selling Circulated or Uncirculated specimens, we would love to make an offer on your collection.