If you’re considering selling your valuables, come to us first for a free appraisal. We will explain how the process works, and there is never any pressure to sell. Once you understand what your valuables are really worth, you’ll be able to make an informed decision.
We buy gold and we buy a lot of other things, too. For example, we buy silver, platinum and other precious metals, rare coins and currency, bullion, diamonds, pearls, precious gemstones, Rolex watches, pocket watches, antiques and fine jewelry.
Don’t pay retail prices. We have a wide-selection of fine jewelry for a lot less money. Our diamonds are GIA certified. Visit our jewelry page to see some of our beautiful rings, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, watches and diamonds.
Take a look at the wide variety of rare coins that we buy, sell or trade. We have separate pages for those who might be interested in bullion coins, or rare currency that we buy, sell or trade. Look for the links in the navigation bar at the top of the page.
“Last week I took some sterling silver flatware and some rolls of old coins to the new Lynnwood location of Bellevue Rare Coins. Not only did I get more than TWICE what others had offered for the flatware, I also got an amazing amount for the coins. I left the shop dancing on air with a check for almost $3,700!! The girl that helped me was very knowledgeable and friendly. I’m now on a mission to clean out my jewelry box and find more items to take there. I highly recommend them!” - Julie M., Kenmore
Check out our blog for the latest updates on coins, currency, bullion and gold trends.
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