Our Site Contains Values of Over 750 Pieces of United States Currency
Thanks for checking out our site about old money. We are available virtually 24 hours a day to answer any questions you have about your specific note or entire collection. Within our site you will find hundreds of pages devoted purely to old currency and its value. Just click the start here page, read the information, and follow the prompts. Within a couple minutes you should be able to find the accurate value of your old currency.
Once you have done a little homework, and you have decided you have some old currency that we might want, then contact us to tell us about it! We buy American and Canadian Currency. You can send pictures via email, letter, or text message. We will respond promptly with all the information you need to know, and most importantly, our offer.
Remember that when selling your old coins or currency to us, you never have to ship anything before you get paid. Once we agree on a price we can pay you via business check, cashiers check, money order, or paypal. We literally visit just about every state each year buying old currency collections. If you have something especially valuable then we would have no problem meeting you in person and putting some cash in your hand.
So if you decide you want to trade your old currency for a whole bunch of new currency, then just give us a chance to make an offer.
We are a full service retail paper money dealer. You can find us at all the major coin and currency shows held across the United States each year. We specialize in old currency. You will find our offers and terms both fair and aggressive. And don't forget that we can work with you no matter where you are located in the world. We are always on the road buying and selling rare currency. We are probably closer than you think.
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Thinking of Auctioning?
If you have an item worth several thousand dollars or more, then it would be a good idea to at least consult with a currency auction house like Stacks Bowers. Stacks holds auctions three times a year. Each auction usually has several hundred banknotes, each with an average value of about $2,000 or more.