Raleigh's Best Coin Dealer to Sell Coin Collections,Silver, Rare Coins, Gold& Bullion
Raleigh Gold Coin Dealers also buy old paper money in Raleigh. From small fractional notes from the 1800'S to Large size Gold Certificates & Silver Certificates made as late as 1934. Confederate notes and State Issued currency also bought for the highest possible value . Raleigh Gold Coin Dealers pays Top dollar for National currency notes. We buy confederate paper money all the time in Raleigh,NC as they too are common to find in this area. Please call with any you have for sale. Raleigh Gold Coin Dealers also sells confederate paper money daily. We also buy old town issued bank notes like this one here in the picture, we buy all old paper money for top dollar in Raleigh, NC. So, why not give us a call at 919-740-4822. We are open Monday-Friday 9:00 am till 3:30 pm and Saturday 9:30 till 2:00 Pm Closed Sunday and Wednesday by appointment.
We want to purchase your old currency and old paper money. So if you only have one note or an entire paper money collection – we want to do business with you. Paper money is very collectible and most older paper money can have value above just the face value. We work with many currency collectors and most of the time we will be able to offer you the highest prices possible for your old paper money. Don’t make the mistake of taking your paper money to a local coin shop or antique store, or even pawn shop. Talk to us first, we are the currency experts on old paper money and the strongest buyers for old paper money in Raleigh North Carolina. We are the foreign currency buyers in Raleigh. Raleigh Gold Coin Dealers sells and buys North Carolina obsolete currency at our coin store in Raleigh, NC. Let us know if you have already been offered a price by someone else – we will likely be able to offer more money after an examination. We often pay more and in cash or company check your choice.
The Confederate States dollar was first issued just before the outbreak of the American Civil War by the newly formed Confederacy. It was not backed by hard assets, but simply by a promise to pay the bearer after the war, on the prospect of Southern victory and independence.
As the war began to tilt against the Confederates, confidence in the currency diminished, and the government inflated the currency by continuing to print the unbacked banknotes. By the end of 1863, the Confederate dollar (or "Greyback", to distinguish it from the then-new "Greenback" paper US dollar, which was likewise put into circulation during the war) was quoted at just six cents in gold, and fell further still.
The Greyback is now a prized collector's item, in its many versions, including those issued by individual states and local banks. The various engravings of leading Confederates, gods and goddesses and scenes of slave-life, on these hastily printed banknotes, sometimes cut with scissors and signed by clerks, continue to stimulate debate among antique dealers, with even some of the counterfeit notes commanding high prices.
United States silver certificates were a type of representative money printed from 1878 to 1964 in the United States as part of its circulation of paper currency. They were produced in response to silver agitation by citizens who were angered by the Fourth Coinage Act, and were used alongside the gold-based dollar notes. The silver certificates were initially redeemable in the same face value of silver dollar coins, and later in raw silver bullion.
Since the early 1920s, silver certificates were issued in $1, $5, and $10 denominations. In the 1928 series, only $1 silver certificates were produced. $5 and $10 of this time were mainly Federal Reserve notes, which were backed by and redeemable in gold. In 1933, Congress passed the Agricultural Adjustment Act which included a clause allowing for the pumping of silver into the market to replace the gold. A new 1933 series of $10 silver certificate was printed and released, but not many were released into circulation.
Raleigh Gold Coin Dealers also buys more odd currency items like US Military Payment Certificates or MPC were used as a form of payment used to pay U.S. military personnel in certain foreign countries. Though not well known or studied here at Raleigh gold Coin Dealers we do sell and buy these MPC notes that were used to pay U.S. military payment certificates. We also buy canadian paper money and some other foreign paper money.
Raleigh Gold Coin Dealer sells and buys US Fractional Paper Currency, These fractional notes were in use between 21 August 1862 and 15 February 1876, and issued in 3, 5, 10, 15, 25, and 50 cent. Call 1-919-740-4822 if you have any questions.
Raleigh Gold Coin Dealer sells and buys US Colonial Currency . There were three general types of money in the colonies of America.
A United States Note known as a Legal Tender Note, was a type of paper money that was issued from 1862 to 1971 in the U.S. Having been current for over 100 years, they were issued for longer than any other form of U.S. paper money. They were known popularly as "greenbacks" in their day, a name inherited from the Demand Notes that they replaced in 1862. Raleigh Gold Coin Dealers buys United States Notes daily as these are common.
At Raleigh Gold Coin Dealers we also buy PMG graded and certified paper money for the highest value possible by a currency dealer in the state of North Carolina.
While issuance of United States Notes ended in January 1971, existing United States Notes are still valid currency in the United States today, though rarely seen in circulation.
So if your looking to sell your paper money and your in the Raleigh, Chapel Hill, Durham NC area we are a expert currency and coin shop that would buy these old currency notes from you for the highest value. Just give us a call or text at 1-919-740 4822. We will prove it !!
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Raleigh Gold Coin Dealers
3735 Junction Blvd.
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