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Coins and Stamp Collecting on Long Island, NY

Updated Oct 05 2014 04:20 PM EST with 8 listings
Coins and Stamp Collecting on Long Island, NY

Atmos Coins

Silver, cold and platinum coins, stamps, proof sets, Franklin Mint items, vintage baseball cards
425 Lake Ave., Saint James NY Tel 631-584-3110

BBC Stamp & Coin

185 Main St., East Setauket NY 11733 Tel 631-751-5662

Eastern Numismatics Inc.

640 Franklin Ave., Garden City NY 11530 Tel 516-746-6460
Fax: 516-746-6467; Website: uscoins.com

Huntington Stamp and Coin Shop

Huntington Long Island NY Coin and Stamp collector appraisals supplies antiques china glass watches jewelry diamonds gold and silver paper money entire estates and households
1060 E. Jericho Turnpike, Huntington NY 11743 Tel 631-421-5230
Fax: 631-421-7236

Liberty Jewelry & Coin Gallery

Collectibles and coins, precious stones and fine jewelry; appraisals available
1864 Deer Park Ave., Deer Park NY 11729 Tel 631-242-7979

Miller's Mint

Miller's Mint located in Patchogue NY will buy your gold and rare coins, stamp collections, jewelry, old currency, sterling silverware, diamonds, rare watches and pay the highest possible prices.
313 E. Main St., Patchogue NY 11772 Tel 631-475-5353
Fax: 631-475-5033; E-mail: info@millersmint.com
Website: millersmint.com


1239 N Country Rd., Stony Brook NY 11790 Tel 631-941-9281

New World Rarities

Buy and sell rare coins, diamonds, watches, gold, and collectibles Long Island NY
670 Old Willets Path, Hauppauge NY 11788 Tel 631-273-8474
Toll-Free: 800-431-1018

Coin collecting in Long Island is not made for the beginners. While you can find shops that have low dollar coins, Long Island is full of money; hence, it is full of coins that easily fetch $1000+. So, buying some nice $10 coins for a starter collection may prove difficult -- you may even have to travel to other parts of New York in order to find coins. As with anything that you are doing, make sure you understand for what you are looking; it is very easy to go to Long Island to buy coins, but, before you even know it you have spent $1,000. As with anything else you do in life, just have fun with coin collecting . . . if it's no longer is fun, then it’s no longer a hobby.

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