National Coin Collectors comes to Gilmer, TX!

Thursday, May 17, 2012 - 12:09pm

Want something to do that doesn’t cost you anything, but could earn you everything?! The National Coin Collectors Association will be hosting a free event in Gilmer at the Gilmer Civic Center. Prepare now by gathering all your coins, paper currency, gold and silver and bring it all down to the Gilmer Civic Center between Monday, May 21st and Friday, May 25th! We travel the country looking for gold, silver, and collectible items and can’t wait to see what Gilmer residents have hidden away.

Not only is this an interesting event, but it’s free to attend! There is no limit to the number of pieces that can be brought in. Nearly all coins, paper currency, vintage jewelry and toys made prior to 1970 are highly sought after. Keep an open mind when going through your attic and closets because something of little value to you could turn out to be of the highest quality. Whether you have an old pocket watch, coins, or a class ring, NCCA has specialists that will assess it and test it for free. Your “junk” could turn into your fortune!

NCCA specialists meet one-on-one with guests, allowing you to show us every item; and our representatives take time to review, research, and evaluate all items. The National Coin Collectors Association representatives make offers based on rarity, collectability, condition and market value. NCCA pays you on the spot with no hidden fees! We are able to pay higher prices, earning you a bigger check. Gold and silver markets are stronger than ever making this the perfect time to sell!

You have a great opportunity to meet new people and to get your items evaluated by our trained specialists. You would be surprised at items guests bring in that have unknowingly stored away for years. It is fun and rewarding for everyone. What are you waiting for? Get your stuff together and head down to the Gilmer Civic Center between Monday, May 21st and Friday, May 25th. You won’t want to miss this!

For more information or directions, please call 217-787-7767.

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