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How To Find Reputable Coin Dealers And The Value Of Your Numismatic Collectibles

(Temecula, California) – Have you ever wondered what an old coin or bank note might be worth and where to find an expert dealer who will pay a fair price for it? Collectors, heirs who have inherited vintage money as well as the general public now can conveniently find on one website the current retail values of U.S. and many world coins as well as easily locate knowledgeable, reputable rare coin and paper money dealers.

The Professional Numismatists Guild, a nonprofit organization founded in 1955 and composed today of many of the top rare coin and paper money dealers in the United States and around the world, has revamped its website to provide expanded, free resources for the public. PNG-member dealers must adhere to a strict code of ethics in the buying and selling of numismatic merchandise.

“In addition to streamlining the ‘Find PNG Dealers’ feature on the website to make it even easier to locate a PNG member-dealer to assist you, we now have a prominent link to the extensive Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) online price guides. These convenient guides list nearly one million average retail prices for various coins in different grades, states of preservation,” said PNG Executive Director Robert Brueggeman. “The condition of a coin, its grade, is often crucial in determining its value.”

“NGC is the world’s largest rare coin authentication and grading service, and is the official certification service of PNG. Their retail price guides of United States and world coins and modern Chinese issues are authoritative references for the current retail values of NGC-certified coins,” stated PNG President Dana Samuelson.

The revamped PNG website provides consumer and investor protection information, including a brief video, for anyone who wants to buy or sell with PNG member-dealers. There also is a link to locate members of the PNG Accredited Precious Metals Dealer (APMD) program who specialize in buying and selling silver, gold, platinum and palladium bullion coins and ingots.

For additional information, contact the Professional Numismatists Guild by phone at (951) 587-8300 or by email at

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