Park Avenue Numismatics
2742 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL 33137
Toll Free: 888-419-7136
Secure Private Ordering
We use the latest online security processing, so your order is safe & private. We DO NOT disclose any customer information to ANY third party company. Our customer privacy is our priority.
Over 30 Years Experience
Park Avenue has over 30 years experience buying and selling Rare Coin and Precious Metals. We have the knowledge and ability to provide our customers with the best products and services.
We have clients all over the country looking for coins, and we rely on purchases from people like you to fill these customers needs. As a result, we are willing to always pay TOP DOLLAR for All Gold Coins, Certified Coins, Key Date Coins in all denominations.
Prepare a list of the material you wish to sell; include grading information. If you don’t have time to make a complete inventory, a list of highlights will suffice.
Call us at 1-888-419-7136, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be happy to provide an in-depth consultation on your collection.
If your material is of interest, we will provide complete instructions for shipping your coins to us for evaluation and an offer. We recommend shipping via U.S. Postal Service with insurance.
Ship with confidence to:
……………Park Avenue Numismatics
……………2742 Biscayne Blvd
……………Miami, Florida 33137
For quicker service…..Call us at 1-888-419-7136 and we can arrange for Fed Ex pickup and shipment.
Note: All material sent to us for evaluation is fully insured while in our possession or in transit.
After we receive your coins, we will phone you with our offer, usually within two business days. If our offer is accepted, we will send immediate funds by check or bank wire. In the unlikely event our offer is not accepted, your material will be returned promptly, and fully insured.
In light of the recent economic turmoil, many investors have gone from dealing with stock market bonds - a virtual commodity that is subject to major crashes - to dealing with precious metals, such as gold, like the investors of old. Our ancestors had it right: gold, in any form, is not only a smart investment, but also a more stable savings method - because unlike currency, whose value can fluctuate rapidly day by day, the price of gold is more constant and gradually rising worldwide. Converting one's money to gold is especially useful when doing business across countries, as exchange rates tend to flip flop on a whim. For those who do not need to convert large amounts of cash at once, gold coins are considered the best bet. They are smaller than bars and thus cheaper, easier and safer to have.
Kinds of Gold Coins
Bullion coins are the ones produced by one's government, and as such sell for the base rate of gold at the time. Numismatic coins are rare coins that have collector's value, and as such are worth more; however, dealing with them requires incredible expertise, and is not recommended for beginners or the casual investors. One type of coin to watch out for are gold-plated coins. They look like they're completely made of gold, but turn out to only have a layer of it on top of a less valuable metal. It is always worth going to a third-party dealer to assess the value of coins, especially those bought from non-official sources.
Where to Buy Gold Coins
There are three main ways to buy gold coins: from the government, which in some countries means buying from banks; online and offline auctions; and numerous individual dealers. Some investors also prefer buying gold directly from the public. After buying, it's important to store the gold in a safe place.
Choosing When to Sell
It is important to keep track of one's investment by staying up-to-date with the current price of gold on the market, as well as the rate of one's currency. The best time to sell is when the former is high due to the latter being low: the less value one's currency has, the more expensive it is to buy gold. Many gold investors maintain a specific portfolio just for this reason: to document the price of gold throughout the months to gauge when the demand is the greatest and thus predict when to sell.