Inheritances, estate coins and jewelry: What to do?

One of my clients, (I’ll call her Jane for the sake of privacy) recently asked me:

“I’ve inherited an estate which contains a bunch of coins and jewelry. I’m not a collector, and don’t know anything about it, or what it’s worth, or what I should do with it”

So Jane, this is a pretty common question, and the answer is simple.

PCGS Certified 1878 Morgan Dollar

PCGS Certified 1878 Morgan Dollar

If you have any amount of coins or jewelry, contact me. I’d be happy to check out your valuables, either at my shop or your home.

I have more than 30 years of experience in the business, so you can rely on my professional opinion about what you have, and different options you can consider.

And yes, I do purchase coins and jewelry from estates and local attorneys.

Depending on what you have, and if you want to sell it, I’d be happy to make you an offer that’s fair and reasonable to both of us.

No pressure, and no obligation to

In summary:

I purchase coin collections and jewelry from estates and private collections.

If you or someone you know is in charge of an estate sale or auction that includes coins or jewelry, please let me know so I can give you an idea of its value.

Seacoast Coin & Jewelry
725 Lafayette Road
Hampton, NH 03842


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