Sahara Coin (Las Vegas, NV)  » Business  »
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7293 W Sahara Ave #106, Las Vegas, NV 89117.
  • Recently, due to the icky downturn of the economy and needing to raise some quick cash for bills and such, I decided to thin out my vast coin collection and see if I couldn't liquidate them to beef up my bank account
  • Of course, I don't want to, but needs must and since I've been collecting for years, I know that I've got plenty I can and actually need to part with
  • Many a times I've walked in to find out that what I thought was really rare and potentially expensive coins because some man on tv said so, was actually really just crap
  • But I loath to just take a quarter that I paid nearly 4 dollars for because it was dipped in gold and in a pretty case to go buy half a stamp, so I just keep those thinking that maybe one day my grandchildren will enjoy them as keepsakes
  • So far, I've enjoyed doing business with them and if I ever have to sell some more coins, they'll be the first place I stop and most likely the last

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      Recently, due to the icky downturn of the economy and needing to raise some quick cash for bills and such, I decided to thin out my vast coin collection and see if I couldn’t liquidate them to beef up my bank account. Of course, I don’t want to, but needs must and since I’ve been collecting for years, I know that I’ve got plenty I can and actually need to part with.

      In the past, when I had gold coins to sell, I went to the Sahara Coin store very close to my house. I decided to go there again this time but found that they had moved up the street on Sahara Avenue. However, it was still very easy to find and I actually like their new place better than their old one as it has more security and the building is


      both newer and much more decorative than their last residence.

      I feel that in a city that can be run amok with shifty and oily con men that will do just about anything to part you from your hard-earned cash and goods, this business is highly reputable and for the most part, very fair in trade-in and buy items. The staff is extremely efficient, if a little cool and impersonal, but I guess that’s just how a business like this should be run. You know, without excess emotion or any hype to build up or tear down a client’s goods. However, they’re also very honest and will tell you if you’ve got the the real deal or just plain junk.

      Many a times I’ve walked in to find out that what I thought was really rare and potentially expensive coins because some man ...


      • on tv said so, was actually really just crap. In fact, they’ve told me to just take it out of the casing and just use it as regular money. But I loath to just take a quarter that I paid nearly 4 dollars for because it was dipped in gold and in a pretty case to go buy half a stamp, so I just keep those thinking that maybe one day my grandchildren will enjoy them as keepsakes. However, there have been times when I’m astounded at how much some weird looking, old and dirty coin will bring, but again, they don’t base any judgments on appearances and go, “Well, look at this weird, old, dirty coin. I’ll give you fifty cents for it, hon”. They know exactly what it is and what it will fetch and they will give you 70%
        of its value, no ifs, ands or buts. My point is, they won’t snowball you or pull the wool over your eyes, nor will they patronize you or spare your feelings or even haggle. In this way, they are in a word: Professional.

        And they are very knowledgeable about coins and their value which makes them a very professional business to deal with in my book. Again, don’t expect them to shower you with attention and bring on the tea and crumpets, but if you have any questions about the value of your collection, they do offer a free estimate and will basically take anything you might have in the way of collectible coins. So far, I’ve enjoyed doing business with them and if I ever have to sell some more coins, they’ll be the first place I stop and most likely the last.




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    don re says :

    i have several indian head, buffalo nickels, and also V nickels. do you buy these coins?

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