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July 22, 2014

A World of Coins

A World of Coins carries a full line of gold and silver jewelry, including rings, chains, bracelets, pendants and earrings. Come check us out and you will find our prices are indeed better than the major jewelry stores.

Why is it a great time to sell your coins?

Simple.  With gold at an all time high, your coins may have tripled in value since you bought them. Come on in for a free quote on what we will pay for your coins. We have been in the business of buying and selling coins for the last 20+ years.

How Much Do You Sell Coins For?

We have a large stock of coins and have the best prices for people looking to buy coins in Littleton, Colorado. Our stock changes daily, so you can either call or fill out the form for a list of coins we have in stock today.

What Do You Pay For Coins?

We pay almost full price on what the coins are worth, depending on condition and quality of the coins. You can be rest assured you will get what your coins are worth and you will leave our store satisfied knowing that you received top dollar for your coins.

Please contact us for your entire gold/silver buying or selling needs at:
http://aworldofcoins.com/contact-us

July 08, 2014

A World of Coins

At  A World of Coins we are dedicated to complete transparency. Our buyers take extensive time to evaluate and assess every item right in front of you. We have expert buyers with over 20 years of experience in dealing with jewelry and other rare and unique coins.

As one of the leading coin retail and wholesalers in the Denver Metro area, A World of Coins offers coin collectors and investors an outstanding choice for buying gold, silver and platinum coins, commemoratives, and bullion. We provide collectors with unprecedented service and incredible variety, and at exceptional prices.
Come see why the Denver Metro area coin collecting community relies on A World of Coins for value and quality. Experience the difference today.

Contact us for your entire gold and silver needs at:
http://aworldofcoins.com/contact-us
 

June 23, 2014

A World of Coins

Gold Coins

Gold coins are perhaps the most recognizable staple in the gold and silver bullion industry. Coins offer value in their bullion content and scarcity alike. While gold bars and bullion can be produced in many different ways and in almost any quantity, gold coins will always have a relative scarcity. Once a set year of production for a gold coin is complete, there will not be another edition of that coin produced. Beyond this, coins also offer the peace of mind that comes along with knowing your gold was minted by a well-known and respected mint, like the US Mint or the Royal Canadian Mint.

Gold coins do cost more than gold bars in most cases, but much, if not all of this cost is recovered in their typical sell value. If you prefer to own bullion that is produced by the most trusted mints in the entire world, gold coins are an optimal choice. Gold coins also serve as legal tender in almost every nation in which they are produced, whereas gold bars do not. Whether you are interested in a fractional gold coins or several ounces at a time, gold coins will help to accomplish your goals in gold bullion.

Contact us for your entire gold/silver, jewelry, coins and collectables at:
http://aworldofcoins.com/contact-us

June 09, 2014

A World of Coins

Only precious metals like gold and silver have the ability to adjust their value, and staying up to date on gold investment news properly positions you to be able to protect your wealth. Throughout history, gold and silver automatically revalued to catch up with the changes that have occurred with paper currency, cyclically adjusting based on the amount of currency in existence at any given time. Being attuned to these cycles requires staying on top of gold investment news and picking out the relevant from the noise.

News on gold and silver can also help you pinpoint the right moments to buy and sell precious metals, allowing you to have an active role in your wealth management and financial protection efforts.

Let us at A World of Coins help you in any way we can with your entire gold and silver, collectables, coins, jewelry needs,

Contact us at:
http://www.aworldofcoins.com/contact-us
 

May 27, 2014

A World of Coins

After three months of open-mouthed wonder and wild speculation, the day has finally come - the $10 million worth of gold coins dug up in a Sierra Nevada couple's backyard are going on sale Tuesday.

First revealed in February, the Saddle Ridge Hoard of 19th century coins has spawned hundreds of theories about their origins. Some amateur historians say the hoard - believed to be the biggest buried treasure ever found in the United States - came from stagecoach bandit Black Bart, while others say it was outlaw Jesse James' booty.

Hundreds of would-be claimants have popped up saying their grandfathers, aunts or more distant relatives owned the coins - and they've demanded them back. One man journeyed to the Gold Rush-era town of Jackson (Amador County) where he's sure the coins were first buried, said he'd found their original location at an ancestor's house, and threatened to sue.

So far, none of the theories has panned out. The couple managed to keep their identity secret to avoid armies of treasure hunters or scam artists, federal coin officials say nobody else made a legitimate claim, and now it's time to cash in.

Contact us for your entire Gold/Silver Coin and Collectibles at:
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May 13, 2014

A World of Coins

Never mind the Bitcoin craze. Gold and silver coins starring Russian czars, Chinese leaders and Roman emperors are igniting bidding wars as numismatic buffs compete with investors and wealthy collectors from emerging economies for the tiny relics.

Heritage Auctions set a record this week for a Brazilian coin sold at auction when a gold 1822 piece depicting the country’s first Emperor, Pedro I, fetched $499,375 in New York, said Cristiano Bierrenbach, the Dallas-based company’s head of world coins. Six of the 10 bidders were from Brazil. A 1711 Mexican Felipe V gold royal cob 8 escudos brought $293,750.

The sales were part of the 42nd annual New York International Numismatic Convention, the largest international gathering of dealers and auctioneers in the field of ancient and world coins. The event, running through Jan. 13 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, showcases an increasingly global market for the collectibles. In addition to a series of auctions, it includes 120 dealers hawking coins dating back to ancient Greece.

“Collecting coins used to be more of a hobby,” said Kevin Foley, the convention’s bourse chairman. “Now it’s an investment area, with people paying millions for coins.”

The most expensive Russian coin at auction fetched $4.4 million at Sincona AG in 2012.... Read More
The most expensive coin at auction, a 1794 Flowing Hair silver U.S. dollar, fetched $10 million at Stack’s Bowers Galleries last January in New York. In 2012, an anonymous collector paid $4.4 million for a 1740 Russian coin at Zurich-based Sincona AG, the auction house said.

Contact us for your entire coin, gold, silver needs at:
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April 29, 2014

A World of Coins

Are You a Collector or an Investor?
The first question you need to answer, in order to determine what to buy, is whether or not you're a collector or an investor. If you love the designs and images on coins and the way it feels to hold them, and the satisfaction of completing sets, then collect coins for their beauty and the enjoyment of the hobby. You can still buy with a view towards making a profit someday; most collectors have this goal in the back of their minds.

At A World of Coins we are here to help you in all your Buying/Selling decisions. We are located in an area that has NO sales tax on coins, gold, silver, platinum or palladium bullion. We will never push a purchase as a good investment. We pride ourselves instead on guiding coin collectors towards selections that will suit their individual needs.

Contact us for your entire gold/silver coin/jewelry/collectible needs at:
http://aworldofcoins.com/contact-us
 

April 15, 2014

A World of Coins

Selling
As one of the leading coin retail and wholesalers in the Denver Metro area, A World of Coins offers coin collectors and investors an outstanding choice for buying gold, silver and platinum coins, commemoratives, and bullion. We provide collectors with unprecedented service and incredible variety, and at exceptional prices.

Come see why the Denver Metro area coin collecting community relies on A World of Coins for value and quality. Experience the difference today.

Buying
Whether you are looking to sell gold and silver jewelry,  scrap gold or want to sell your valuable coins, A World of Coins is the Littleton, Colorado gold and coin buyers for you. At A World of Coins we pride ourselves on fair and honest transactions and hope that we can build a strong working relationship with each and every customer we assist.

We Pay More
At A World of Coins we truly offer the most cash for gold. When you come to us to sell gold or coins, we calculate how much cash you will receive for your valuables based on the current market price for gold – that’s the highest price you can get for selling gold or coins! Our scrap gold and coin buyers can calculate cash payments in grams or ounces to reassure your confidence in selling your gold.
How we value your gold

At A World of Coins we are dedicated to complete transparency. Our buyers take extensive time to evaluate and assess every item right in front of you. We have expert buyers with over 20 years of experience in dealing with jewelry and other rare and unique coins.

Contact us for your entire gold/silver exchanges at:
http://aworldofcoins.com/contact-us
 

April 01, 2014

A WORLD OF COINS

Warren Buffett once noted, Gold doesn’t do anything “but look at you.” It doesn’t pay a dividend or produce cash flow. However, the fact of the matter is that Gold has dramatically outperformed the stock market for the better part of 40 years. I say 40 years because there is no point comparing Gold to stocks during periods in which Gold was pegged to world currencies. Most of the analysis comparing the benefits of owning Gold to stocks goes back to the early 20th century.

However Gold was pegged to global currencies up until 1967. Stocks weren’t. Comparing the two during this time period is just bad analysis. However, once the Gold peg officially ended with France dropping it in 1967, the precious metal has outperformed both the Dow and the S&P 500 by a massive margin. Gold has risen 37.43 fold since 1967. That is more than twice the performance of the Dow over the same time period (18.45 fold). So much for the claim that stocks are a better investment than Gold long-term.

Indeed, once Gold was no longer pegged to world currencies there was only a single period in which stocks outperformed the precious metal. That period was from 1997-2000 during the height of the Tech Bubble (the single biggest stock market bubble in over 100 years).

In simple terms, as a long-term investment, Gold has been better than stocks.

Contact us for all your gold and silver transactions at:
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March 18, 2014

A World of Coins

Russian President Vladimir Putin was to give a speech later Tuesday, after Crimea voted overwhelmingly in favor of becoming part of Russia in a referendum deemed illegal by the European Union and the U.S. Uncertainty over the situation in Ukraine has weighed on global sentiment over the past few weeks and boosted demand for the precious metal. Meanwhile, investors began to turn their attention to the outcome of the Fed’s policy meeting on Wednesday amid expectations for a reduction in its bond-buying program to $55 billion from the current $65 billion.

Market players looked ahead to key U.S. economic data later in the day for further indications on the strength of the economy and the future course of monetary policy. The U.S. is to produce data on consumer price inflation as well as reports on building permits and housing starts. Elsewhere on the Comex, copper futures for May delivery inched up 0.4%, or 1.1 cents, to trade at $2.964 a pound, as investors continued to close out bets on lower prices. The industrial metal fell to $2.908 a pound on March 12, the lowest since July 2010, as ongoing concerns over the health of China’s economy dampened demand for growth-linked assets.

Contact us for all you gold/silver, jewelry and coin needs at:
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