Newark Coin Exchange LLC in downtown Newark, Ohio, has been serving the needs of customers in Licking, Knox and surrounding counties for more than 37 years. You can trust us to know the true value of your coins, paper money, jewelry and more. We’re the area experts in buying, selling and trading coins.
Stop in and see us! No appointment is necessary.
We offer the best deals. Get the best value for your old coins with us.
Experience and Honesty
We are highly respected for our knowledge, experience and honesty in the appraisal and purchase of coins and paper money, both U.S. and foreign. We are also looking to purchase World War II helmets, uniforms, knives and other items. Plus, we will check your flatware and service pieces for sterling.
Local Source for Used Jewelry
Newark Coin Exchange in Newark, Ohio, also specializes in estate appraisals; jewelry appraisals and purchases; buying and selling gold, silver and scrap; and purchase of estates and accumulations. We’re also your local source for used jewelry, coins, coin books and coin supplies.
Who We Are
- Family Owned
- A member of the Central States Numismatic Society
- An NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation) Dealer
What We Do
- Purchasing U.S. and Foreign Coins, Coin Books and Supplies
- Buying U.S. and Foreign Paper Money
- Coins –Sell and Trade
- Jewelry Appraisals
- Estate Appraisals and Purchases
- Appraise and Purchase Accumulations
- Purchase World War II Items
- Buy Gold, Silver and Platinum
- Buy Scrap
- Sell Used Jewelry
- Examine Flatware and Service Pieces for Sterling
Recent Blog Entries
Carson City Silver Dollars are some of the most popular coins to collect. Collectors love the look of silver and the Carson City Dollars were only minted for a little over a decade. In the 1960′s the government decided to stop the exchange of silver certificates for...read more
National Bank Notes tell a great story. They helped transition the United States from the wild west of obsolete bank notes to the unified Federal Reserve Notes. Before national bank notes, towns had any number of banks issuing currency. Each bank would not only have a...read more
Here’s an example of a 1929 $50 Utica National Bank Note, the Charter Number is 7596. Back in 1929 $50 was quite a bit of money. You could have bought a $20 Liberty Gold Coin, a $20 St. Gaudens Gold Coin and a $10 Liberty Gold coin! Those three gold coins have...read more