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					                    Put Cash in Your Pocket Today!                          First Quarter 2013 Edition




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From Michigan’s Largest Coin Dealer
For your gold & platinum jewelry, coins, sterling silver flatware, larger
high quality round diamonds, paper money, stamps, postcards,
pre-1960 sports cards, antique toys, historic documents, military
collectibles, many other collectibles, and anything made of solid gold,
silver or platinum.

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PRICES CHANGE CONSTANTLY on the market - our offers reflect the
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silverware, watches, diamonds, sterling, and more!

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                                                                               Top Consumer Tip:
Liberty Coin Service est. 1971                                                              Never! Never!
400 Frandor Avenue
Frandor Shopping Center
                                                                                        Never Clean Coins!
                                                                                      Cleaning, wiping, or shining of coins
Lansing, Mi 48912
                                                                                            does not increase their value
517-351-4720 or 800-933-4720                                                             and almost always decreases it!
                                               BUSINESS POFESSIONAL TESTIMONIALS
  Liberty Coin Service
                  est. 1971   “As a businessman, Heller has grown Liberty
                              Coin Service in Lansing, Michigan, from a
                              three-person staff in 1982 to a 22-person staff                                                                                  Mercury Dimes
                              today. The company’s 2011 sales volume was                                                                                       Common Dates ....................$2.00
                                                                                                          Liberty “V” Nickels:                                 1916-D.................................... $400
                              50 times greater than in 1982. He also helped                               Common Dates .......................30¢              1921.......................................... $20   Bust Half Dollars
                                                                                                          1883-1896 ............................. $1.50                                                             1794..................................... $1,800
                              secure sales and use tax exemptions for rare                                1885........................................ $250
                                                                                                                                                               1921-D...................................... $22
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    1795........................................ $500
                                                                                                                                                               1942 over 1941 ...................... $250
                              coins and precious metals in Michigan, and has                              1886........................................ $100    1942-D over 1941-D .............. $250               1796-97 ............................. $20,000
                              assisted the Michigan Attorney General’s office                             1912-S ...................................... $60
                                                                                                          1913.............................. $1,000,000
                              on investigations of consumer fraud involving
                              numismatics.”
                                   –News Release, August 7, 2012 by the American
                              Numismatic Association announcing that Liberty Coins
                                 owner Patrick A. Heller, has been honored with the
                                    ANA’s National Coin Dealer of the Year Award
                                                                                                                                                               Roosevelt Dimes
                                                                                                                                                               1946-1964...............................$2.00
                                                                                                                                                               1982 (no mint mark) ............... $45
                                                                                                          “Buffalo” Nickels                                                                                         Seated Liberty Half Dollars
                              “You are always terrific.”                                                                                                                                                            1839-1891 ................................ $15
                                                                                                          4-digit Common .......................20¢                                                                 1853-O No Arrows.......... $110,000
                                 –November 2012 comment from an internationally-                          1913....................................... $3.50                                                         1870-CC ................................ $270
                               renowned commodity trader who has been a Liberty                           1913-D........................................ $7                                                         1878-S ............................... $10,000
                                                Coin Service customer since 1984                          1913-S ...................................... $20
                                                                                                          1914-D...................................... $45
                                                                                                          1915-1919-D or S ....................... $4
                                                                                                          1921-S ...................................... $32
                                                                                                          1937-D 3 Leg ......................... $300          Twenty Cents
                                                                                                                                                               1875-1876 ................................ $50
                                                                                                                                                               1877-1878 .............................. $800




Colonial Coinage                                     Lincoln Cents:                                                                                                                                                 Barber Half Dollars
1773 Virginia............................ $25        1909-S VDB ............................ $450                                                                                                                   Common Dates ..................$10.00
1776 Continental Dollar..... $2,500                  1909-S ...................................... $45                                                                                                              1892-O, 1892-S ...................... $125
1785 Bar Copper ................ $1,000              1910-S ........................................ $7   Jefferson Nickels                                                                                         1893-S ...................................... $60
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    1896-S ...................................... $45
1785 Connecticut ................... $20             1911-S ...................................... $12    1939-D................................... $1.50
1786 New Jersey ..................... $22            1912-S ........................................ $7   1942-P to 1945 ..........................80¢                                                              1897-O ..................................... $70
                                                                                                          1950-D........................................ $4                                                         1897-S ...................................... $70
1787 Brasher Doubloon... $500,000
1787 Fugio Cents .................. $175
                                                     1913-S ........................................ $3
                                                     1914-D...................................... $80
                                                                                                                                                                Bust Quarters                                       1913, 1915................................ $40
                                                                                                                                                                1796...................................... $4500    1914.......................................... $75
1788 Massachusetts ............... $40               1914-S ........................................ $9                                                         1804-1807 .............................. $105
                                                     1915-S ........................................ $7                                                         1815-1828 ................................ $42
                                                     1922 Variety 2........................ $325                                                                1831-1838 ................................ $35
                                                     1931-S ...................................... $50
                                                     1934-1958 ............................... 1.5¢
                                                     1943 Steel .................................. 3¢
                                                     1943 Copper .................... $35,000
                                                     1955 Double Die ................ $1,000              Bust Half Dimes
                                                     1972 Double Die ................... $100             1792................................... $12,000
                                                                                                          1794-1805 .............................. $500
Half Cents                                                                                                1829-1837 ................................ $20
1793..................................... $2,000
1794-1797 .............................. $200
1800-1835 ................................ $27                                                                                                                 Seated Liberty Quarters                              Walking Liberty Half Dollars
                                                                                                                                                               1838-1891 ................................ $12       Common Dates ..................$10.00
1840-1848 ........................... $2,200                                                                                                                                                                        1916-S ...................................... $35
1849-1857 ................................ $27                                                                                                                 1849 O.................................... $210
                                                                                                                                                               1870-CC to 1873-CC ............ $500                 1921.......................................... $60
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    1921-D.................................... $100
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    1938-D...................................... $25
                                                     Two Cents
                                                     1864 Small Motto .................. $100
                                                     1864-1871 .................................. $6
                                                                                                          Seated Liberty Half Dimes
                                                                                                          1837-1873 .................................. $6
                                                     1872........................................ $160
                                                                                                          1846, 1866, 1867.................... $125
                                                     1873 Proof ........................... $1,200
                                                                                                          1864........................................ $170
Large Cents
1793 Chain ......................... $4,000
1793 Wreath........................ $1,500
1794-1796 .............................. $175
1797-1807 ................................ $20
                                                                                                                                                                Barber Quarters
                                                                                                                                                                Common Dates ....................$5.00
1799..................................... $1,200
1804........................................ $400
                                                                                                                                                                1896-S ................................... $400     Franklin Half Dollars
                                                                                                                                                                1901-S ................................. $2,500     1948-1963.............................$10.00
1808-1814 ................................ $40       Three Cents Silver                                                                                         1913-S .................................... $800
1816-1857 ................................ $10       1851-1862 ................................ $16       Bust Dimes
                                                     1863-1873 .............................. $170        1796-1797 ........................... $1,500
                                                                                                          1798-1807 .............................. $200
                                                                                                          1809-1837 ................................ $16




Flying Eagle Cents
1856..................................... $5,000                                                                                                               Standing Liberty Quarters                            Kennedy Half Dollars
1857-1858 ................................ $12                                                                                                                 Common Dates ....................$5.00               1964......................................$10.00
                                                     Three Cents Nickels                                  Seated Liberty Dimes                                 1916..................................... $1,600     1965-1969...............................$3.05
                                                     1865-1881 .................................. $6                                                                                                                1970-D........................................ $6
                                                                                                          1837-1891 .................................. $6      1919-D, 1919-S ........................ $35
                                                     1877, 1878.............................. $700                                                                                                                  1987, 1987-D.............................. $1
                                                                                                          1860-O ................................... $170      1921.......................................... $95
                                                     1884, 1885, 1887.................... $160
                                                                                                          1871-CC to 1874-CC ............ $325                 1923-S .................................... $135
                                                     1886........................................ $150




 Indian Head Cents
 1859-1865 ............................. $3.50
 1864-L ...................................... $25                                                        Barber Dimes
 1866-1872 ................................ $20      Shield Nickels                                       Common Dates ....................$2.00
 1873-1878 .................................. $8     1866-1876 .................................. $6      1894-S ............................. $100,000                                                             Bust Silver Dollars
 1877........................................ $400   1877..................................... $1,000     1895.......................................... $30   Washington Quarters                                  1794................................... $35,000
 1879-1909 ............................... .40¢      1878........................................ $600    1895-O ................................... $190      1932-1964...............................$5.00        1795-1797 .............................. $600
 1908-S ...................................... $40   1879-1881 .............................. $130        1896-O, 1897-O, 1903-S ......... $35                 1932-D...................................... $30     1798-1803 .............................. $475
 1909-S .................................... $240    1882-1883 .................................. $6      1896-S, 1901-S ......................... $40         1932-S ...................................... $30    1804................................. $800,000

 ABOUT THE The prices listed are what we pay for problem-free collector coins with average wear. Coins that are corroded, discolored, extremely worn, have edge nicks or are otherwise damaged or cleaned will be worth
 PRICES IN    less than these prices. Coins in Extremely Fine or Uncirculated grades will often be worth more than these prices. This brochure does not list all of the better-date coins. Prices that are especially sensitive to
 THIS LISTING changing silver prices are listed in italics. Note: Sellers of jewelry and gems are required under Michigan law to be at least 18 years old and provide a valid drivers license or State of Michigan ID.
Gobrecht & Seated                                   Peace Dollars
                                                    For coins in Very Good condition:
Dollars
1836-1839 ........................... $3,500        Common Dates ..................$25.50
1840-1873 .............................. $110       1921.......................................... $35
1870-S ............................... $50,000      1928........................................ $140
1871-CC ................................ $700
1872-S .................................... $175
1873-CC ............................. $3,000




                                                    Eisenhower Dollars
                                                                                                                                REASONS
                                                                                                                                         sures
                                                                                                                            ing your Trea s
                                                    1971-1978 ............................. $1.00



                                                                                                                       to br            in
Trade Dollars
1873-1883 ................................ $55                                                                             to Liberty Co
                                                                                                           1.
1878-1883 Proof .................... $600
1884-1885 ......................... $60,000
                                                                                                                Founded in 1971. Located in the Frandor Shopping Center since 1975.
                                                    Susan B. Anthony &
                                                    Sacagawea Dollars
                                                                                                           2.   Michigan’s largest rare coin and precious metals dealership.
                                                    1979-1980 .................................. $1
                                                    1981............................................ $2
                                                    1999-2007 .................................. $1
                                                                                                           3.   We have grown to a staff of 24, with more than 300 years of collector experience,
                                                                                                                through strong buying prices and fair customer satisfaction policies.

                                                                                                           4.   One of only five companies in the world with four or more members of
                                                                                                                the elite Professional Numismatists Guild! There are only three other PNG
Morgan Dollars                                                                                                  members in the entire state of Michigan.
For coins in Very Good condition:
Common dates 1878-1904 .....$26
1878-CC .................................. $35                                                             5.   Lansing police license #1 for purchasing gems, jewelry, and precious metals
1879-CC .................................. $75                                                                  from the public.
1880-CC, 1882-CC, 1883-CC $35                       Silver Commemoratives
1881-CC ................................ $200
1884-CC .................................. $50
1885-CC ................................ $300
                                                    There are over 50 different issues from
                                                    1892 to 1954 plus dozens of issues from
                                                                                                           6.   We are one only a handful of jewelry buyers in Michigan who own a Bruker
                                                    1982 onward. They include:
                                                                                                                S1 x-ray spectrometer. Licensed by the State of Michigan.. This allows us to
1889-CC ................................ $350
1890-CC, 1891-CC ................. $35                                                                          precisely determine the purity of jewelry and coins if the need arises. By
                                                    1892-3 Colombian .................. $10
1892-CC .................................. $80      1923-S Monroe ........................ $20                  avoiding mistakes in purchasing counterfeit jewelry, we can pay sellers of
1893-CC ................................ $100
1893-S .................................. $1600
                                                    1925 Stone Mountain .............. $15                      genuine precious metals jewelry a higher price.
                                                    1936 Hudson.......................... $500

                                                                                                           7.
1894........................................ $700   1937 Roanoke ....................... $115
1895................................... $20,000     1946 BT Washington ................ $10                     Staff specialties include all US coins and paper money, ancient coins, coin
1895-O ................................... $100     1952 Wash-Carver .................. $10
1895-S .................................... $175                                                                errors, tokens and medals, historic documents and pre-1950 autographs,
                                                    1982 George Washington ...... $10
1903-O ................................... $165     1997 High Jump BU ............... $110                      fossils, antique toys, pre-1960 sports memorabilia, and more. We are
1921..................................... $25.50    2001 Buffalo ............................. $90              contributors to multiple reference catalogs.

                                                                                                           8.
          SILVER
                                                           determined with the                                  We are authorized dealers for all the major coin and paper money grading
                                                                                                                services: PCGS, NGC, ANACS, PMG, and PCGS Currency.
                                                         Silver Spot Price of
                                                                                                           9.
          COIN
                                                        $
                                                            30.87*       as of
                                                                                                                Because of our national volume, we also are a wholesale market-maker for
                                                                                                                Michigan dealers. It makes sense to sell where our competitors go to sell. We
                                                                                                                offer you more because we have customers for them!


           PRICES                                    January 10th, 2013
                                                     *Prices subject to market change!
                                                                                                          10. Honors include:
                                                                                                                • 2012 ANA National Coin Dealer of the Year
                                                                                                                • 2012 and 2011 Numismatic Literary Guild for best Radio Program (Things You
                                                                                                                  ‘Know’ That Just Aren’t So, And Important Things You Need to Know, broadcast
                                   LOCAL GREATER LANSING AREA TESTIMONIALS
                                                                                                                  8:45 AM Wednesdays and Fridays on 1320-AM WILS)
  Liberty Coin Service
                  est. 1971




                                                                                                                • 2011 MSNS Presidential Award
                              “I wouldn’t buy a rare coin from anyone until
                              the experts at Liberty confirmed the quality of                                   • 2010 PNG Abe Kossof Founder’s Award (PNG’s highest award)
                              the piece. I trust them to give me a straight                                     • 2010 Entrepreneurial Awards of Greater Lansing-Retail
                              evaluation.”                                                                      • 2008 ANA Presidential Award
                                                    –East Lansing Real Estate Agent                             • 2004 Entrepreneurial Awards of Greater Lansing-Socially Responsible
                                                                                                                • 2004 unofficial runner up for Michigan Retailer of the Year (also nominated in
                              “The first time I visited Liberty was in 1976. I still
                                                                                                                  2002, 2000, and 1999).
                              come in several times a year to pick up one of
                              the monthly special offerings.”                                                   • 2003 MSNS George Hatie Memorial award (MSNS’s highest award).
                                                                          –Lansing Physician                    • 2001-2004 LCS owner Patrick A. Heller was appointed by former Governor
                                                                                                                  John Engler to serve on the Michigan Quarter Commission. He was one of
                              “I’ve been coming here for years. Whenever I                                        four people who met with former Governor Jennifer Granholm to select the
                              used to check, Liberty was always the higher                                        design for the 2004 Michigan Statehood Quarter. Heller wrote the instructions
                              buyer.”                                                                             to the US Mint engravers for all five design candidate themes, making him the
                                                                            –Lansing resident                     unofficial “artist” of the Michigan Quarter.



ABOUT THE The prices listed are what we pay for problem-free collector coins with average wear. Coins that are corroded, discolored, extremely worn, have edge nicks or are otherwise damaged or cleaned will be worth
PRICES IN    less than these prices. Coins in Extremely Fine or Uncirculated grades will often be worth more than these prices. This brochure does not list all of the better-date coins. Prices that are especially sensitive to
THIS LISTING changing silver prices are listed in italics. Note: Sellers of jewelry and gems are required under Michigan law to be at least 18 years old and provide a valid drivers license or State of Michigan ID.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Spec_JK
                                      LOCAL GREATER LANSING AREA TESTIMONIALS
 Liberty Coin Service
                 est. 1971   “Another local buyer offered me $150 for my
                             diamond ring set. Liberty paid me $957! Thank you
                             Liberty Coins!”
                                                                –Lansing resident

                             “The other buyser said this bracelet was fake and                  Bullion Coins & Ingots
                             refused to buy it. You (the staff at Liberty Coins)                We make an active two-way
                             tested it to verify that it was real gold and paid me              national market on all bullion
                             over $800!”                                                        issues including:
                                                                  –Lansing area resident        • U.S. Gold, Silver, Platinum
                                                                                                  Eagles, Gold Buffaloes
                                                                                                • Canada Maple Leafs
                                                                                                • Krugerrands
                             “I would like to thank you personally for donating                 • Mexico Pesos
                             your expert services to my Consumer Protection                     • British Sovereigns
                                                                                                • Australia Kangaroos
                             Division in the case of Attorney General v. Razmataz,              • Chinese Pandas
                             Inc...After considering your opinion, we filed suit                • Palladium
                                                                                                  Ballerinas and Maple Leafs
                             under the Michigan Consumer Protection Act, and                    • Austria 100 Coronas                                                                             Certified Coins:
                             the court recently approved a settlement calling for               • All others!                                                                                     We are authorized dealers
                             complete restitution to aggrieved consumers.”                      Prices change constantly. Call for                                                                for all the major coin grading
                                                                                                current quotes!                                                                                   services: PCGS, NGC, ICG, and
                                                         –Letter written October 26, 2004
                                                                                                                                                                                                  ANACS. We are one of the
                                           by the Michigan Attorney General, Mike Cox,
                                                                                                                                                                                                  most active market-makers in
                               to Patrick Heller and Allan Beegle of Liberty Coin Service
                                                                                                                                                                                                  “slabbed” coins in the Midwest
                                                                                                                                        Mis–struck Error Coins                                    for these and all other grading
                                                                                                                                        Paul has also written several                             services. We are a member of



          GOLD
                                                            determined with the                                                         articles on coin errors. We have                          the Certified Coin Exchange,
                                                                                                                                        customers waiting for all major                           a nationwide dealers’ certified
                                                           Gold Spot Price of                                                                                                                     coin trading network.


                                                           1,67850*
                                                                                                                                        coin errors!!
                                                        $
         COIN                                                         as of
                                                                                                Tokens and Medals
                                                                                                We like all kinds!



          PRICES
                                                         January 3 , 2013    rd                 I nve n t o r y M a n a ge r Pa u l
                                                                                                Mander scheid is a past
                                                        *Prices subject to market change!       president of the Michigan
                                                                                                Token and Medal S ociety
                                                                                                and an author or contributor
                                                                                                to several reference books.
                                                                                                Show us your “good for”, Civil
                                                                                                War, military, Native American
                                                                                                Indian Peace Medals,
                                                                                                foreign, Michigan Centennial,
                                                                                                political, transportation, sales
U.S. Gold Coins                                                                                 t a x t o ke n s , b a d g e s a n d
For coins in very fine condition:                                                               buttons.
$1.00 Gold ............................. $120
$2.50 1796-1833 ................. $3,800                                                        Pattern Coinage
$2.50 Classic ......................... $320                                                    We have the expertise to purchase
$2.50 Liberty .......................... $250                                                   all patterns, from $100 to more
$2.50 Indian ........................... $235                                                                                            U.S. Proof and
$3.00....................................... $450     US Private and Territrial                 than $1,000,000!
                                                                                                                                         Mint Sets
$4.00 Stella ....................... $45,000
$5.00 1795-1833 ................. $2,000
                                                      Gold Issues                               Although these coins are                 We buy all U.S. Proof Sets from
$5.00 Classic ......................... $325          Our staff may be the most                 infrequently seen, we need               the 1800s to date. Here are some
$5.00 Liberty .......................... $380         experienced with US Private and           them for waiting customers.              sample prices for sets in original
$5.00 Indian ........................... $390         Territorial Gold Issues of any Michigan   Please contact us.                       packaging in top quality:
$10.00 1795-1804 ............... $6,000               coin dealer.
$10.00 Liberty ........................ $760                                                                                            1936 Proof Set.................................................................................... $4,500
                                    Inventory Manager
$10.00 Indian ......................... $775                                                                                            1950 Proof Set....................................................................................... $300
$20.00 Liberty ..................... $1,540
                                    Paul Mander scheid has                                                                              1957 Mint Set ........................................................................................ $140
$20.00 1907 High Relief             researched and published                                                                            1983 No “S” 10¢ Proof Set ................................................................... $350
 Saint Gaudens ................. $5,000                                                                                                 1990 No “S” 1¢ Proof Set .................................................................. $3,000
$20.00 Saint Gaudens ....... $1,550 a r t i cl e s a b ou t t h e s e ra re
                                                                                                                                        1995-W 10th Anniversary Eagle Proof Set....................................... $5,500
There are hundreds of valuable rare treasures. We purchase all                                                                          1999 Silver Proof Set............................................................................... $75
dates. Check with us!               issues from Georgia, North
                                    Carolina, California, Oregon,
                                    Utah, and Colorado with face
                                    values ranging from 25 cents
                                    to $50.00. For California Gold                              Ancient & Foreign Coins
                                    Tokens, we usually offer $25-                               We buy it all!
                                    250. For most other issues, we                              Gold, silver, copper, platinum,
                                    offer in the $500-20,000 range,                             aluminum, and other
                                    but nice rarities can be worth                              metals. We want ancient,
Gold Commemoratives                 much more.
For coins in original condition:
                                                                                                medieval, and moder n
                                                      Special note: We do not purchase          issues. We buy rare coins,
1995 Olympic Stadium BU ......$1,600                                                            sets , accumulations , and
1996 Flag Bearer BU .................$1,750
                                                      the counterfeits or modern replicas
1996 Olympic Cauldron BU....$1,750                    sold in souvenir stores. We can           pocket change from foreign
1997 Jackie Robinson BU........$1,850                 help you determine if your piece is       tr ips. Br ing us your coins
2000 Library of Congress BU ...$2,500                 genuine by showing you the size and       from Canada, Mexico, South              U.S. AND WORLD CURRENCY
2001 Capitol Visitors Center BU . $1,750              weight specifications in the catalogs.    America, Europe, Africa, Asia,          We buy all current or obsolete U.S. paper money and world paper
                                                                                                Australia, and Oceana.We                money. Michigan notes especially wanted. Please call. Here are some
                                                                                                even buy “fantasy” pieces               sample prices for problem-free notes:
                             Liberty Coin Service                      est. 1971
                                                                                                such as the Republic
                                                                                                of Miner va issue pictured
                                                                                                                                        1775-1779 Continental Currency ......................................................... $50
                                                                                                                                        1899 $1.00 Silver Certificate ................................................................. $60
                                 Your Questions Are                                             above. We are contributors              1923 $1.00 Silver Certificate ................................................................. $14
                                                                                                                                        1935 & 1957 $1.00 Silver Certificates ................................................ $1.05

                             ALWAYS WELCOME
                                                                                                to world coin catalogs and
                                                                                                                                        1953 & 1963 $2.00 Legal Tender Notes ............................................. $2.10
                                                                                                can help you find the value             National Currency from Lansing, Michigan ........................... $75 and up
                                                                                                of what you have.                       Confederate States of America .............................................. $15 and up

ABOUT THE The prices listed are what we pay for problem-free collector coins with average wear. Coins that are corroded, discolored, extremely worn, have edge nicks or are otherwise damaged or cleaned will be worth
PRICES IN    less than these prices. Coins in Extremely Fine or Uncirculated grades will often be worth more than these prices. This brochure does not list all of the better-date coins. Prices that are especially sensitive to
THIS LISTING changing silver prices are listed in italics. Note: Sellers of jewelry and gems are required under Michigan law to be at least 18 years old and provide a valid drivers license or State of Michigan ID.
                                                              Note: Prices subject to market change! Check for current prices! Higher quality coins are worth much more!
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                                                                                                                                                                            found in the back of this book.”
                                                                                                                                                                                            –excerted from Investing in Resources
                                                                                                                                                                                                             by Adrian Day, 2010
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          pg. 200
Jewelry, Diamonds &
Sterling Silver
                                                                                                                                                                            In a comprehensive survey of 10 different
Jewelry                                                                                                                                                                     pieces of jewelry, coins, and silver bars
• Antique Jewelry                                                                                                                                                           commissioned by Liberty Coins in April 2009 of

                                                                                                                               ..
• Gold and/or Platinum
                                                                                                                                                                            15 companies that advertised buying jewelry
                                                                                        AL
                                                                                                S O B U Y S.
  Rings
• Bracelets                                                                                                                                                                 from the public in the Lansing area, and only
• Necklaces                                                                                                                                                                 one company offered as much as Liberty
• Earrings                                                                                                                                                                  on one item. All the other offers were either
• Pendants                                                                                                                                                                  lower than Liberty or the competitor told the
• Tiffany and Cartier Signed Pieces                                                                                                                                         independent price shoppers...
• Brooches                                                                                                                                                                                     “Take it to Liberty Coins, they
• Gold and/or Silver Thimbles
                                                                                                                                                                                          will pay you more than I would.”
• Art Nouveau
• Art Deco
• Georg Jensen                                                                                                                                                          Automotive & Railroad Memorabilia
                                                                                                                                                                        Service Pins, Rings, Watches, Advertising Items, Badges,
                                                                                                                                                                        Watch Fobs, Early Photos, Postcards, Money Clips,
                                                                                                                                                                        Blueprints, and lots more! We especially want RE Olds,
                                                                                                                                                                        Oldsmobile, and Fisher Body items.
Quality Diamonds                                                                                                                                                        Banks and Bank-Related
• 25 points (4mm) or larger                                                                                                                                             Early Piggy Banks of all kinds and almost all bank
• Round or Princess                                                                                                                                                     history items such as Canceled Checks, Postcards,
• Solitaires and                                                                                                                                                        Advertising Novelties, Stock Certificates, Stationery,
  unmounted                                                                                                                                                             and Documents. We especially want Lansing and
• Premium paid for                                                                                                                                                      Michigan Bank items!
  GIA/EGL certified                                                         Military Items
  diamonds
                                                                                                                                                                        Michigan College Memorabilia
                                                                            From the Civil War to date,                                                                 Early mementos of public and private Michigan
• Not wanted: Tennis                                                        we want to see your                                                                         colleges including Pins, Postcards, Photographs,
  bracelets,
                                                                            • Medals                                                                                    Trophies, etc.
  cluster rings
                                                                            • Patches                                                                                   Pre-1940 Advertising Items
Sterling Flatware &                                                         • Insignia                             • Civil Air Patrol                                   Paper, metal, cardboard, plastic - whatever it is we
Holloware                                                                   • Helmets                              • Flags                                              want you to bring it in!
                                                                            • Uniforms                             • WWI Trench Art                                     Antique Fountain Pens
Knives, forks, spoons,                                                      • Wings                                • Regimental Steins                                  Parker, Waterman, 14K Gold, Gold-Filled,
serving pieces,                                                             • Japanese Swords                      • American                                           Sterling Silver, Other. Engraved or not.
candlesticks, plates,                                                       • Daggers                              • German                                             Working or in need of repair.
trophies, goblets, frames,                                                  • Documents                            • Vietnam
tea sets. Monogrammed or                                                    • Leather Jackets                                                                           Early Lighters
                                                                                                                   • Confederate Military
not, damaged or not, we buy it all!                                         • Photographs                                                                               Military and all Zippo Lighters!
                                                                                                                     Items
                     Antique Pocket & Wrist
                      Watches
                                                                            Historical Documents
                                                                            We have purchased documents signed by all of the
                      Running or not, bring in your antique
                                                                            first 7 U.S. Presidents, several other Presidents, John
                      watch! Pocket watches include Gold,
                                                                            Hancock, King George III, Napoleon, Albert Einstein,
                         Gold-filled, other metal cases.
                                                                            Grace Kelly, R.E. Olds, J. Edgar Hoover, Jimmy
                                                                            Stewart, Michigan Governors,
                                                                                                                                                                        Antique & Retro Toys
                               • Repeaters                                                                                                                              Our buyer Augie has been handling antique toys
                                                                            and hundreds
                               • Moon-phases                                                                                                                            for more than 30 years. Bring in your cast iron, tin,
                                                                            more. Letter s ,
                               • Railroad quality!                                                                                                                      and other metal toys, dolls, board games, railroads,
                                                                            documents,
                               • Brands such as Ball                                                                                                                    action figures, early Lego™, and even some hand-
                                                                            photos, signatures.
                               • Howard                                                                                                                                 made toys. The older the better. Toys that are in top
                                                                            From the 1500s to
                               • Elgin                                                                                                                                  condition with all the parts, in good working order,
                                                                            now. We also buy
                               • Illinois                                                                                                                               and with original packaging are worth a premium.
                                                                            stock certificates,
                               • Waltham
                               • Rockford
                                                                            ear ly canceled                                                                             Fossils & Minerals
                               • Hamilton                                   checks, bonds,                                                                              David and our consu ltant have decades of
                               • Many more!                                 ma ps , collectible                   newspapers,                                                          experience. Bring us your insects in
Wrist Watches we want to buy include:
                                                                            early photographs, stereo-views, and Michigan                                                               fossilized amber, fossils of trilobites,
                                                                            historical items.                                                                                           insects, bones, and dinosaur teeth.
• Accutron                     • Rolex
                                                                                                                                                                                       S h ow u s you r c r y s t a l a m e t hy s t
• Audemars Piguet              • Universal Geneve
• Cartier                      • Vacheron Constantin
                                                                            Postcards, Covers & Stamps                                                                              cathedrals and rare                  a n d
• Calendar                     • Many more!                                 From the 1700s to today, we                                                                       unusual minerals. If we can’t
• Concord                                                                   buy it all! Pre-1920 Postcards                                                              help you, we can probably refer you to
• Corum                                                                     especially wanted. Albums,                                                                  someone who can. Unfortunately, we
• Comic                                                                     boxes, stock books, envelopes,                                                              are unable to buy Native American
• Characters                                                                mounted or loose!                                                                           arrowheads and other artifacts.
• Enameled Bezels
• Gruen Curvex                                                                                                                                                          Pre-1960 Sports Memorabilia
• Gold                                                                                                                                                                   Autographed balls, uniforms,
• Gubelin                                                                                                                                                                tickets, autographed photos
• Lecoultre                                                                                                                                                               and other memorabilia, early
• Movado                                                                                                                                                                  spor ts cards , MAC/MSC/
• Moonphase                                                                                                                                                               MSU, and whatever you may
• Omega                                                                                                                                                                   have from almost any sport.
• Patek Phillipe                                                                                                                                                           Full collections especially
• Platinum                                                                                                                                                                  wanted. Authenticated
• Raymond Weil                                                                                                                                                             items are worth a premium.

ABOUT THE The prices listed are what we pay for problem-free collector coins with average wear. Coins that are corroded, discolored, extremely worn, have edge nicks or are otherwise damaged or cleaned will be worth
PRICES IN    less than these prices. Coins in Extremely Fine or Uncirculated grades will often be worth more than these prices. This brochure does not list all of the better-date coins. Prices that are especially sensitive to
THIS LISTING changing silver prices are listed in italics. Note: Sellers of jewelry and gems are required under Michigan law to be at least 18 years old and provide a valid drivers license or State of Michigan ID.
                                                                                                                SinCe
                                                                                              1971!
                           • More than $1,000,000 for a
                      gold coin collection
                • Over $2,000 for a gold pocket watch
            • $3,500 for a wrist watch
         • $260 for a a military manual
       • $3,600 for a land grant signed by
      Thomas Jefferson & James Madison
  • $27,500 for three gold coins
 • $2,000 for a 1934 Star Federal Reserve Note
• $600 for an error coin
• $200 for a postcard collection
• Over $2,650 for a single gold chain

• $100,000 for an 1808 $2.50 Gold Coin
 • $9,500 for a Club of Cincinnati membership
  certificate signed by George Washington
      • More than $7,000 for an Indian Peace Medal
       • Over $10,000 for a 1909-S VDB Lincoln Cent
         • $2,500 for a one carat diamond
           • Over $6,000,000 for a gold
              and silver coin horde
              • $16,500 for an ancient coin collection
                 • $19,000 for an 1893-S Silver Dollar
                    • More than $15,000 for a
                       stamp collection
                            • $400 for a World Series ticket to
                               the game where Babe Ruth “called
                                        Patrick
                                 his home run” A. Heller, CPA, President




                                     400 Frandor Ave., Lansing, MI 48912 | Toll-free Nationwide 800-933-4720 | Lansing 517-351-4720
                                     Email: path@libertycoinservice.com |         www.libertycoinservice.com
                       ABOUT THE PRICES IN THIS LISTING The prices listed are what we pay for problem-free collector coins with average wear.
                       Coins that are corroded, discolored, extremely worn, have edge nicks or are otherwise damaged or cleaned will be worth less than
                       these prices. Coins in Extremely Fine or Uncirculated grades will often be worth more than these prices. This brochure does not list all
                       of the better-date coins. Prices that are especially sensitive to changing silver prices are listed in italics. Note: Sellers of jewelry
                       and gems are required under Michigan law to be at least 18 years old and provide a valid drivers license or State of Michigan ID.

				
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