I recently took my collection of coins into Stevenson Rare Coins for appraisal. Les Stevenson was so knowledgable, patient and helpful. He was able in a very short time to provide for my insurance company everything they needed to be sure that my collection is appropriately insured. Thanks, Les! On a humorous note, I thought it was amusing that Les can tell the year of some of the coins merely by looking at the packaging they come in. So not only is he able to appraise the coin itself, but he's pretty doggone capable with the paper and cardboard, too! And--I knew every song that was playing on the stereo while I was there. Great, great music to go along with the experience!
Great place for the collector of investor. Staff is extremely knowledgeable and always willing to take time to help. Prices are fair and there is always a large selection.
The owner, Wes is a really good person. He is patient and understanding when you have questions about old coins. The shop is neat and clean and makes one feel that integrity can be found there.
Sold some coins to them and they were fair and honest. Took maybe 30 minutes total and the guy was very patient. 100% Recommended!
I don't no yet.As im having trouble with a purchase im waiting to see what they do.So far kinda been rude about it.Well ill wait and see
I took some coins in and one of them was a 1921 Liberty silver dollar and when I questioned the amount they gave me for this and other silver coins I was cussed at by two of the employees and had pens thrown at me. No way to treat customers and I will not recommend and nor there again. How many more senior citizen are taken advantage of?
Bought my 1st pistol a few days ago. They answered my noob questions without making me feel stupid. Came back a few days later for a holster, and again, was taken through all options before making my purchase. Without a doubt ill be back for any of my future purchases.
Finally a real gun shop in Asheville!!
Great people, they know their coins and are super nice. More important they paid me more for my coins than i was offered anywhere else. I had a silver dollar i needed to sell and was paid 325.00 for it at Wright's, another coin shop wanted to pay 30.00 and a big pawn shop only wanted to pay 12.00. Ask for Mike if you go here, he told me my dollar was a special year as soon as he looked at it. When i left four different people that worked there said goodbye and wished me a good day.