I have started collecting for about year now,and the owner Pete is extremely knowledgeable. and wont let you buy junk just to make a Buck 'TRULY' he and his 1 man staff are really patient, and make the hobby really FUN Pete will even buy back at a Very reasonable price, pete is not at all like the other SNOB stores, you will feel very welcome here, even though you might have to wait for a few minutes because so many customers buy and sell here. This store is located upstairs, and when you walk in its like being in a freinds home filled with really cool items like mine deeds, old paper money and foreign coins. if you are in search of coins to fill the gaps in your albums, they allow you to look through stocked boxes that are in order by date and mint. Wrapping up: I can spend hours just looking at all the excellent Cool stuff they have, and they also have ALL the different types of collectors albums for sale and coin protctors which are sealed, thanks again for that pete. I 100% Guarantee you will love this store, it is more like a hidden Gem, the feeling like finding a 1909 penny in your change. So do yourself a favor and check it out, and dont forget to bring a couple of bucks with you because you are going to find something you are missing or want for your collection Guaranteed !!! sbagwell98 (sam) Semper Fi
One finds a surprisingly large and diverse inventory in what may seem an unlikely location, and I was pleasantly surprised by the knowledge and helpfulness of staff in answering my often meandering. There is a full line of archival supplies, and many bargains to be had, with high-quality material at any price range (which in my case is rather modest). I was offered the highest percentage on official spot rates for my silver. The location is in a thriving strip mall with ample parking and frontage access, and conveniently close to grocery stores, large retailers, restaurants, and a dense cluster of reputable small specialty businesses; it is also only 1/2 mile from interstate 23 (and on 3 major frequent bus routes, too). I refer my friends here exclusively, especially since my experience with some of the other dealers in town has been a bit shady - even to the point where I have been directly lied to over the value of my silver by more than one unnamed "coin dealers," i.e. opportunist pawn brokers (those "We Buy Gold" storefronts popping up near less affluent residential areas – beware their deception, as they prey on the desperate and uninformed). So I keep coming back.
A good store with a really wide ranges of coins, stamps, paper money and supplies. The people there really know their stuff! They also know a lot about the background and history of their coins and stamps, not just what its worth. (although they are up on that too)