Beantown Coins offers Grand Opening promotional deals and discounts on rare coins

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Beantown Coins, America's newest coin dealers, are offering steep Grand Opening discounts. In an effort to help quickly expand their inventory, Beantown Coins has increased the levels that they pay when buying coins from the public by over 25%. Also, in order to establish life-long customer relationships, Beantown Coins is considering all of their already low prices to be negotiable.

Beantown Coins is now open!

Their prices were low already. They must really want to get the word out that they're here, and they're staying.

Beantown Coins is a newly established rare coin website. Their founder, David Leventhal (formerly of J.J. Teaparty, Boston's oldest and largest coin dealers) has over 30 years of numismatic experience. David has decided to reach out with a new web presence online, and was born. He brings an already established reputation as a sharp grader and trustworthy wholesaler to his "newly minted" online coin retail enterprise.

In an effort to quickly expand their inventory and establish a web presence, they have recently increased the levels they'll pay when buying from the public by over 25%. According to manager Joe Palmieri, "We believe that the dependability and integrity with which we operate, and the Beantown Community will keep new customers coming back forever." The founder of Beantown Coins, David Leventhal, gained his experience while employed at J.J. Teaparty. The founder of J.J. Teaparty, when asked what he thought about Beantown's newest promotion, said, "Their prices were low already. They must really want to get the word out that they're here, and they're staying."

To further aid in welcoming "coinies" to Beantown, for a limited time Beantown Coins will consider their list prices to be negotiable. Find an item # and contact them with your offer. Feel free to browse their inventory often, as it changes weekly.

About Beantown Coins:

Beantown Coins was established in 2011 as a way for their proprietor to share his unique inventory and the skill of his staff with the general public. David Leventhal, the son of a coin dealer, has himself been a full-time numismatist (coin dealer) since 1979. David's father, Edwin Leventhal founded, and operated for over 30 years, J.J. Teaparty, Boston's oldest and largest rare coin dealers. Before it's sale to new owners, David was employed at J.J. Teaparty by his father in all aspects of numismatics, including acting as an agent for buyers at auction. He has extensive experience in all categories of rare and collectible coins and brings his skill in grading to verifying their entire inventory. According to manager Joe Palmieri, "We will continue to represent the high standards of generations of merchants of our trade, and we will soon become a major presence in rare coins, online. Welcome to Beantown!"


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