How I price a certified coin at my counter?

In this article, I will briefly run down for you how I price a coin that would come into my store...

How to Spot a Phishing Email or Fake Landing Page and Save Your Business (INFOGRAPHIC)

Are you sure that email from FedEx is actually from FedEx? A major problem for small businesses is...

Master the Art of Local Marketing with these 12 Tips

Local marketing has multiple benefits for a business. It offers you the opportunity to get your...

32% of Small Businesses Want to Improve Marketing

The challenges small business owners face are well documented, but marketing remains a critical...

“I salt my lots by throwing in Platinum to make sure my Refiner is honest.”

The first time I heard this, I was shocked! Then it was endless stories of pawn owner’s explaining...

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Florida pawn shop owner gets 1 year in federal prison

Tallahassee, Fla. (WTXL) -- A North Florida pawn shop owner is sentenced to one year in federal prison after pleading guilty to multiple counts of selling firearms to a convicted felon and a single count to selling a firearm to someone under the age of 21. Read report...

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Zakk Wylde’s custom guitar recovered

A custom-made, $10,000 guitar stolen in March from heavy metal rocker Zakk Wylde’s tour bus outside The Chicago Theatre has been recovered after being sold to a Chicago pawn shop, Wylde’s manager confirmed Saturday. Article...

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Gold Prices Rise as Clashes Erupt in Ukraine

Gold for June delivery climbed $19.50 to settle at $1,302.90 an ounce. Silver for July jumped 50 cents to $19.55 an ounce. Early Friday, the Ukrainian government launched what appeared to be its first major offensive to regain control of an area held by pro-Russian...

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US Rare Coins: 1792 Dime and Silver Center Copper Cent Patterns

Perhaps the most famous of all patterns is the ‘Silver Center Copper Cent’ of 1792. It is certainly the most famous non-gold pattern. The 1792 dime patterns, then each referred to as a “disme,” are famous and desirable, too. U.S. cents were not struck until 1793 and...

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