Rare Coin Dealer BeantownCoins.com Now Lists Coins for Sale on eBay and Facebook, Two of the Largest Sites Online, Increasing the Brand Exposure for Beantown Coins

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Beantown Coins has added some of their best rare coins to their Facebook and eBay stores. Customers can now find BeantownCoins.com through their Facebook page, and can even find them and their inventory while searching through the millions of listings on eBay.

Beantown Coins is now on Facebook and eBay!

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.

Beantown Coins now sells inventory directly on Facebook and eBay.

You can access their Facebook page by searching 'Beantown Coins' on Facebook.com. Some of their best rare coins are being listed directly on the Beantown Coins Facebook Page, including rainbow toned Morgan silver dollars, a scarce proof type rare coin or two, and even some coins that are key dates in a collector's series.

The Facebook page has other functional features, including a group coupon, an exclusive download, live access to their twitter feed, and coming soon, a sweepstakes for free Beantown Coins merchandise. This is all in addition to a limited inventory listed directly on the Facebook Page.

The coin dealer has also listed a selection of their inventory on eBay.com. The prices are adjusted to include fees for eBay and Paypal and the management at BeantownCoins.com is hopeful that the increased exposure will lead customers directly to their site at BeantownCoins.com, where customers can sell coins, and receive even steeper discounts than on eBay.

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."

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