Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) June 21, 2012
Great Estate Roadshow recently acquired rare, high grade coins valued at over $100,000. This set of coins included a 1652 Pine Tree Shilling that was manufactured in Massachusetts. Settlers John Hull and Robert Sanderson were appointed by Boston authorities to begin to minting shillings, six pence, and three pence in 1652. Another coin in the collection is the 1916 Standing Liberty Quarter, which was designed by Hermon A. McNeil. An interesting fact of the Standing Liberty Quarter is that her right breast was exposed as her gown slipped down on the right shoulder. This generated a lot of public outcry that resulted in Congress halting the continuation of circulation.
As a member of the Better Business Bureau (BBB), Great Estate Roadshow is dedicated to upholding the high standards of the BBB Code of Business Practices. The process of acquiring accreditation by the BBB requires the commitment by the organization to build trust within the market by maintaining a positive track record. Transparencies, honesty, respecting the privacy of the consumer, and committing to being responsive to consumers inquiries are also requirements.
The Great Estate Roadshow is proud to have assembled a team of the most experienced and knowledgeable coin, diamond, gold, and silver professionals in the business together into this "dream team" who can accurately evaluate everyone's treasures, and even offer to buy them on the spot. “Great Estate Roadshow’s buyers are committed to a high standard of conducting transactions with integrity,” said Howard Klotzkin, a partner in the Great Estate Roadshow.
Sellers are encouraged to do their research on their collectibles by getting evaluations from other reputable companies or by researching on the internet prior to coming for a Great Estate Roadshow evaluation. “Evaluations are always free and there is never pressure to sell. We encourage everyone to bring their treasures in for a quote," Klotzkin noted.
“There is nothing more exciting than a customer realizing the true value of discarded jewelry or a dusty autographed baseball card. The crowd really gets into the fun of the discovery," said Great Estate Roadshow Gem Specialist Scott Pollak.
"The process for obtaining a free, no-obligation evaluation from the Great Estate Roadshow is simple and straight forward. Potential sellers should bring their antiques, collectibles, coins and jewelry to the nearest Great Estate Roadshow," said Pollak.
Call 888.537.8283 or visit http://www.greatestateroadshow.com.