Mark works three days a week as a customer sales person at Rocky Mountain Coin mostly as a hobby.
Mark works three days a week as a customer sales person at Rocky Mountain Coin mostly as a hobby. There he sells coin collecting books and books about coin collecting, old money, and other valuable articles. Though most of the money they sell cannot be used at a store to buy toys or groceries the money can be sold for lots of money in the future. Rocky Mountain Coin buys gold and silver coins then sells them! "We also buy scrap gold jewelry," Mark informed one of his customers.
The top ten gold producing countries in the world are: first prize is South Africa, Silver second is United States, Next is Australia, with Russia following, Canada, China, then Brazil, Uzbekistan, Papua New Guinea, and the last but not least Indonesia!! White's and Garrett metal detectors have Rocky Mountain Coin as their premier dealer and source in Colorado. At Rocky Mountain Coin you can get a coin from almost anywhere in the world for just 25 cents each! They also sell 500 wheat pennies with dates mixed from 1909 to 1958 only for $26.50! In about 30 years wheat pennies will be worth a lot of money since they date back from 1909.
Rocky Mountain Coin has amazing artifacts at quite reasonable prices. At first they may seem high but ask about them and you will see they make a lot of sense. Rocky Mountain Coin was founded in 1976 at the same location they are today! On Rocky Mountain Coin's website they state, "Our business philosophy has always operated on the principles of fair and honest dealings, customer satisfaction and proudly preserves a reputation for quality service, expertise and high professional standards." For more information about Rocky Mountain Coin go to www.rmcoin.com/.