Arizona Stamp & Coin

Arizona Stamp & Coin Whether you are buying or selling gold and silver coins or bars, or estate jewelry, you can count on us for the best prices and great service!

We are always buying and selling gold, silver and coins! We are family owned and operated, so come in and say “Hello.” We pride ourselves on our wide selection of estate jewelry, rare and collectible coins and paper money, as well as silver flatware. We are certified gold dealers! We also buy and sell gold and silver bullion and carry U.S. Mint Products. We have the largest inventory in Tucson, Arizona and the greater Southern Arizona area. Do you know the value of your coins, paper money, gold and silver bullion, and silver flatware? We offer appraisals for insurance purposes and for your own piece of mind. With precious metal values increasing to almost record highs, now is the perfect time to sell your jewelry, coins and other valuables. No one pays more when it comes to buying rare coins, collections, and currency in Tucson. Take a moment and stop by our store and see for yourself why Southern Arizona turns to us when buying or selling gold, silver, estate jewelry, and watches!


If you’ve always been fascinated by the different kinds of stamps that were used through the years, you may find yourself with a nice little collection before you realize you’re a collector. When you’re ready to add to your collection, we’re always happy to help you find those hard-to-find stamps.


Gold comes in three colors – yellow, white, and rose. The coloring is determined by what metals are mixed with the gold. Yellow usually has zinc or nickel; white uses palladium, silver, or other “white” metals; and rose has copper or zinc added to it.


Since a coin collection can quickly grow in monetary value and size, you may find that keeping it at home isn’t your best option. Until you’re ready to sell off all or part of your collection, it may be safest to keep your coins in a safe deposit box at the bank.


Did you know that one of the most popular and collectible stamps ever was printed in the year 1993? This prized stamp features the rock and roll legend Elvis Presley and has sold more than 120 million copies.


Working towards financial independence? Selling some of your unused or broken fine jewelry may be one way to help build up your savings. A gold buyer can help you make the sale and get your unused jewelry turned into something more practical- cash.


Not sure of the karat content of your gold jewelry? Most pieces will have their gold content marked on them somewhere, typically on the inside of a ring or bracelet, on the clip of a necklace, or on the back of an earring.


Rarity always has to do with the number of that particular coin that was minted and the number that exists today. Mistakes can create rarity for a coin that isn't otherwise valuable.


Scientists believe that there is 100,000 tons of gold still undiscovered on Earth. Currently there is 165,446 tons of gold in circulation.


Are you looking to sell your gold jewelry but want to keep your stones? We will remove for you any precious stones from your pieces before the sale takes place.


When does a gold nugget get its own name? When it's the largest nugget ever mined. A piece of gold that weighed 2,316 ounces was discovered at Moliagul in Australia in 1869. It was named, "Welcome Stranger."


The purity of gold is measured by the karat, which was first used to measure weight. The karat was named after the fruit of the carob tree. Each pod of a carob tree weighs approximately one-fifth of a gram.


In 1925, England returned to the gold standard at the pre-war value of $4.86 per 1 pound, with sterling convertible to gold at 77sh 10.5d per (standard) ounce. Interestingly, this followed the country’s departure from the gold standard only 6 years before, at the beginning of World War I.


By the best estimate, about 152,000 metric tons of gold have been mined throughout human history. While this seems like a lot, 907 million tons of iron are mined every year around the world, or about 6,000 times all the gold humanity has ever produced.


Ever heard the term put your money where your mouth is? Well you can if your money is in gold because gold is edible. Since the 1500s and possibly before, Europeans have been putting gold leaf in bottles of liquor. You may have heard of the popular liquor Goldschlager that is still drank today.


4668 E Speedway Blvd
Tucson, AZ

Opening Hours

Monday 09:30 - 17:30
Tuesday 09:30 - 17:30
Wednesday 09:30 - 17:30
Thursday 09:30 - 17:30
Friday 09:30 - 17:30
Saturday 10:00 - 17:00


(520) 795-1594


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