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By: Billy M.
Dallas Rare Coins
ABSOLUTLY THE WORST DEALER IN TEXAS !!!! He will offer you 50 dollars for your 1986S PCGS PR 70 DCAM AND YOUR 1991S PCGS PR 70 DCAM American Eagles !!! THIEFS !!!
By: tx_terrier
Dallas Rare Coins
BEWARE. These guys are shady and take advantage of inexperienced sellers.
By: Penny S.
Dallas Rare Coins
If you go in ask for Reggie. I have bought ansd sold items here in the past always getting a fair deal. but recently I went in looking for gifts for my grandchildren. Not only did he know his stuff he went the extra mile to help me make an impressive presentation.
By: Hannah Z.
Robert A Siegel International
Excellent place where I brought my father's stamp collection. Wonderful and easy to deal with people at a great company.
By: Freeman S.
Dallas Rare Coins
This place used to be good. Now, with this guy named Michael or Mike. This place became just a joke. I went to the store to buy coins today using my lunch break I said Hello as I enter the store as usual. This guy just glanced at me once but didn't even say Hello, but continue working on the coins. After waiting for few minutes, I had to ask for the price of the coin as this guy is keep working on coins in front of the customer still. Obviously this guy lacks customer service? This guy was keep asking what is the price over spot for the coin. Oh well, You tell me. This guy didn't give me the price but keep asking for what price over the spot. I gave him the offier. Suddenly from nowhere he asked me to leave the store for no apprarent reason but saying I don't feel good today. Oh well,If you have bad day, do not come to work. It was worst service that I received from this store. I hope the owner comes back soon and so that I don't need to deal with this jerk there.
By: maria_bethany
Dallas Rare Coins
I have gone to this store on several occasions to sell coins from my dad's estate. The owner is very knowledgeable and fair - he offered me well above what anyone else would pay for silver dollars, eagles, etc. Not only that, but although he does not advertise buying scrap gold & silver he does and pays more than anyone around (I took the same bundle to several different dealers around the area and he offered the most). Some people have said he is not friendly, but everyone has a story and you just need to get to know him (and his dog Knox!) If you are looking for someone to kiss up to you, you can go somewhere else and pay for it, or you can get honest business and a good deal from a "regular" guy.
By: shooshie.hushihomma
Dallas Rare Coins
The owner has been only helpful to me. He knows his stuff, and maybe he expects you to do a little of your homework, but for good reason; the coin world is huge and many-faceted, and he knows a awfully lot about it. Is it asking so much for a beginner to read a little about it first and not waste the time of someone who is clearly at the other end of the game? I'm only responding to other posters here; never has the owner made me feel as though I was wasting his time. Then again, I've done the homework. Dallas Rare Coins is a one-of-a-kind place in a business with more dealers than you can count. You can learn a lot there, and you can pick up some fantastic coins at fair prices.
By: jkrimm
Buillion Express
I sent some old necklaces and my high school ring to American Gold & Silver Exchange. I received more money than I had expected. Overall it was a great experience and I plan on sending in more scrap gold.

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