When I informed them how much the coin was worth, the couple was ecstatic. They were even more thrilled that I did not try to offer them only a $1.00.
Atlanta,GA (PRWEB) April 25, 2012
In Peachtree, Georgia, Great Estate Roadshow transformed one couple’s opinion of roadshow events into a very happy experience. Eddie Lambert, a buyer for Great Estate Roadshow, said, “They were weary of roadshows and were hesitating about coming in.” As Lambert was going through the couple's coins, he found one that was valuable. “When I informed them how much the coin was worth, the couple was ecstatic. They were even more thrilled that I did not try to offer them only a $1.00,” said Lambert. Great Estate Roadshow purchased $1,490 worth of 10 karat, 14 karat, sterling silver, US Pre-1964 coins, Morgan silver dollars, clad half dollars, gold coins, Buffalo nickels, war nickels, Indian head pennies, and commemorative coins from the couple. The happy couple left and referred their friends to come to the event.
Great Estate Roadshow is the largest purchaser of gold, silver, antiques, and collectible items in the United States. Great Estate Roadshow is now in Shreveport, Louisiana; Akron and Dayton, Ohio; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Allentown, Carlisle, Landsdale, and Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania; Wenatchee, Washington; San Bernardino and Ontario, California; Louisville, Kentucky; Weatherford and Wichita Falls, Texas; Worcester, Massachusetts; and Rochester, New York from Wednesday, April 25 through Saturday, April 28, seeking to find a similar unusual item to add to their acquisitions.
Each week in every city that Great Estate Roadshow has events, typical purchases include the discovery of rare coins such as a three legged buffalo coin, coin collections, silver ware, and old swords. Additionally, in each city—small or large—a person comes in with an item that he or she believes is not worth much; however, because of Great Estate Roadshow's extensive list of collectors throughout the country, the item is worth much more. The customer leaves happy with more money than expected.
For more information, please contact Barbara Basham at 609-279-3825.