We are closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic and plan to re-open on April 16th.
John shows some Australian items from the store to celebrate Hug an Australian Day, including some Aussie coins and an 1890s aboriginal throwing stick.
Las Vegas Coin Company has decades of experience in determining true worth of your goods. Whether you're buying or selling coins, collectibles, jewelry and more, go to the experts here for top value.
Las Vegas Coin Company has decades worth of knowledge and experience to answer your questions! They buy and sell coins, collectibles, jewelry, watches. and other collectibles.
Whether you're looking to buy or sell, Las Vegas Coin Company has an experienced staff to help you get the best value! Get top dollar for your coins, collectibles, jewelry, watches, and other interesting items!
Las Vegas Coin Company celebrates one year since the store opened. John shows some of the silver we buy and sell, including sterling silver such as a teapot from 1910, silver bullion coins and bars and a coin that was found in a shipwreck. Other items on display include a signed baseball and a vintage Superman glass.
John shows a mysterious solid gold bowl that he hopes some viewers will be able to help identify. Gemologist Lyndy LaRue talks about buying and selling jewelry to Las Vegas Coin Company as well as custom jewelry making offered at our shop.
Las Vegas Coin Company is new to the valley, but they bring decades of experience! Let them help you get the best value when it comes to buying and selling coins, collectibles, jewelry, watches, and other unique, interesting items!
They don't just buy coins! Las Vegas Coin Company will also analyze your collectibles to find their true worth.
From a 17th century cross to a throne fit for a king, see an interesting array of items bought and sold at Las Vegas Coin Company.
John explains how Fulton the meteor got its name, how his X-ray spectrometer can test space rocks, coins and other items customers bring into the store. Shawn tries on a Slipknot Grammy nominee medal.
John shows "Fulton", his 52-lb space rock that landed in Argentina. Also seen is an autographed photo of the LA Lakers with their #1 fan Jack Nicholson. Finally, John talks about investing in gold and silver coins.
John introduces Las Vegas Coin Company to Shawn and JJ on the Morning Blend.