When you want to sell gold coins in Columbia, you want to make sure that you get the best deal. Here you will find the best dealers in the area, the most options, and the simplest ways to make the most of your needs.

If you are looking to buy your own coins, you can also find those options here. Anything having to do with your gold coins can be found here. So take a look, find a dealer in your area, make the most out of your cold, and see what fun buying and selling coins can be.

Columbia Gold Buy & Sell

469 Locust St, Columbia, PA 17512

(717) 342-2180

Newtons Coins and Collectables

2015 Miller Rd, East Petersburg, PA 17520

(717) 669-2635

All Gold Silver & Coin Exchange

91 W Main St, Windsor, PA 17366

(717) 244-5332

Finch Jewelers

1841 Columbia Ave, Lancaster, PA 17603

(717) 293-3333

Susquehanna Coin Shoppe

206 Willow Valley Sq, Lancaster, PA 17602

(717) 464-4016

Security Rare Coins

1513 Lititz Pike, Lancaster, PA 17601

(717) 291-9621

Steinmetz Coins & Currency

350 Centerville Rd, Lancaster, PA 17601

(800) 334-3903

Dave's Collectibles

1955 Fruitville Pike, Lancaster, PA 17601

(717) 371-4491

Charles R. Heisler, Inc.

500 Oak Grove Dr, Lancaster, PA 17601

(717) 299-4347


15 W Chestnut St, Lancaster, PA 17603

(717) 393-2699

Amb Gold Services

218 N Duke St, Lancaster, PA 17602

(717) 295-3340

Classical Numismatic Group Inc

101 Centerville Rd, Lancaster, PA 17603

(717) 390-9194

Polito Rv AUCTIONS Inc

350 Centerville Rd, Lancaster, PA 17601

(717) 299-5439

Steinmetz Coins & Currency

350 Centerville Rd, Lancaster, PA 17601

(800) 334-3903

What To Do With Your Gold Coins

Once upon a time it was considered a fantastic investment to buy and save gold coins. These precious items were squirreled away under mattresses, in safety deposit boxes, and even in the wallets of their owners.

These days people still invest in them, but one is more likely to uncover a stash in Grandma's house. What to do with them then becomes the topic of debate. Many people will store them elsewhere for a day when they will be more necessary. Even more people will want to sell them. If not today, then perhaps a few years from now.

But who do you sell your coins to?

The first place many people will go to is the internet, whether to get more information on their coins or to try to sell them.The danger with this is that you may not get what the gold is actually worth. If you're not a professional, then this danger goes up exponentially. Instead, it's a better idea to go elsewhere, such as a professional dealer.

Dealers can be found all over the world. In fact, you are likely to find a qualified one near you, or at least in a bigger town. They can also work as appraisers to let you know how much your collection is worth. If you would like to sell, then they can buy them from you or connect you with someone who is interested.

It is recommended, however, that you research a dealer before using their services. While most are perfectly honest, others may wish to low-ball your coins' worth so they get a better deal themselves. No matter how you came across your coins, we recommend that you get them appraised today. Even if you don't want to sell now, it's important to have that information for the future.