Tag Archives: Evanston Jewelry

WHY NOT SELL THAT GOLD?

We want to make it easy for you to do business with us and receive the highest amount of money when you sell gold from Evanston. Skokie/Evanston-based Evanston Coins has a staff boasting over 30 years of experience in the retail and jewelry / coin business. Our Evanston gold buyers can answer your every question […]

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GOLD AND PRECIOUS METALS

Our goal is always to give you the best price for your gold or precious metals; we regularly make the highest offers for jewelry in Evanston. YOUR GOLD & PRECIOUS METALS EXPERTS We know that oftentimes the items that our clients want to sell have more than just “gold” or “scrap” value, which is why […]

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ESTATE JEWELRY

WE HELP YOU GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR PIECES AROUND EVANSTON Our experienced Evanston technicians will handle your priceless jewelry with respect, and they will work with you through the appraisal process so you are informed every step of the way. We assess estate jewelry for its intrinsic worth as well as its aesthetic […]

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SELLING YOUR DIAMONDS OR DIAMOND JEWELRY

YOUR DIAMOND EXPERT Because we are one of the top diamond buyers in Evanston, you can be sure that when you sell your diamonds to us, we will examine and review them closely to determine the highest value. Our trained professionals take into consideration a diamond’s four C’s: color, cut, clarity and carat weight, as […]

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EVANSTON’S MOST TRUSTED AUTHORITY ON COINS

Oakton Coins is Evanston’s most trusted authority on coins, and precious metals.      We are Evanston’s leading coin and gold buyer, with a reputation for integrity, honesty, and high level of expertise. Established in 2014, we have consistently maintained a legacy of friendly, superior service with our many loyal and satisfied customers. Our services […]

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1780 AUSTRIA THE MARIA THERESA THALER COIN * RESTRIKE * 83% SILVER 28.1 GRAMS

The Maria Theresa thaler (MTT) is a silver bullion coin that has been used in world trade continuously since it was first minted in 1741. It is named after Empress Maria Theresa, who ruled Austria, Hungary, and Bohemia from 1740 to 1780 and is depicted on the coin. In 1741 they used the Reichsthaler standard of […]

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