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Hello HGTV admin.....i need help with some collectible coins i have right now and i want to consult the antique experts you have on your show before. Is there anyway I can have their names or where and how to get in touch with them. Thanks a lot and will be waiting for your response...
Posts: 1 | Registered: Aug 21, 2013Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I have come across various pawn shops that deal with collectible coins. The brokers out their have immense knowledge about all sorts of coins. The one I visited was Cash Pawn. You can check it out.
Posts: 10 | Location: Killeen | Registered: Aug 23, 2013Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Pawn shops are the best place you should visit in person and talk to them. They will be having better knowledge about coins and related stuffs. Does anyone have rare buttons as collectibles, something similar to the ones shown in the link given:
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