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Coin & Currency Buyers | Orland Park & Surrounding Towns

 
coin - sell jewelry in Tinley Park, IL
 

Coins & Currency

Orland Jewelry & Coin Exchange has been buying coins for over 20 years. We serve clients both locally & nationwide. We specialize in buying rare coins & currency such as:
 
  • Silver Dollars
  • Gold Coins
  • Complete collections
  • Estates
 
  • Investment holdings
  • Hoards & all collector coins & currency from 1934 & earlier.
  • Proof & Mint sets
 

What Types of Coins Do We Buy?

 
  • All U.S. Gold Coins
  • Dollars: 1935 & earlier
  • Halves: 1970 & earlier
  • Quarters: 1964 & earlier
  • Dimes: 1964 & earlier
 
  • Nickels: 1958 & earlier
  • Cents: 1958 & earlier
  • U.S. Mint & proof sets
  • U.S. Gold & Silver American Eagles singles & sets
  • We also buy foreign Gold & Silver Coins.
 

Types of Currency We Buy

 
  • High denomination notes $500, $1000, $5000, & $10,000
  • U.S. Silver certificates 1951 & earlier
  • all U.S. notes with a red or blue seal
  • All U.S. currency from 1929 & earlier
 
  • All U.S. bank notes
  • Large-size currency from 1923 & earlier
  • U.S. fractional currency 1862-1876
  • U.S. small & large gold certificates
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have a set price you pay for coins or currency?
There are a lot of factors to consider when appraising a coin's value. Some of these factors include condition, date, circulation, & rarity. We will give you a free in store, no obligation, appraisal for your collections while you watch.

I have a lot of dimes, quarters, & half dollars. What are they worth?
Coins from 1964 & earlier are made of 90% silver & half dollars from 1965-1970 are made from 40% silver. There are some dates that could have a higher value, so bring in your collection.

Will cleaning my coins bring a better price?
ABSOLUTELY NOT. NEVER CLEAN YOUR COINS. We highly recommend that you don't clean or polish your coins because it devalues them. Even using a soft cloth can leave small scratches that a professional grader can see, thus reducing the value.

What is the best way to store my coins?
Coins should be stored individually to avoid contact with each other. Make sure to use approved coin containers. If you use bracelets, do not use tape to secure coins into booklets.
 
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