Finding a Numismatist in the South of the US

Wyatt McDonald

Mar 28th, 2023 · 2 min read

At Coinfully, we believe that getting an appraisal for your coin collection should be as simple as counting 1,2,3.

Trekking across the Southeast with coins you have inherited is an unnecessarily big ask, especially when there is no guarantee you’ll sell them at the end of the trip. A long journey only adds to the pressure of accepting a paltry offer to make the drive worthwhile.

But we don’t want you to feel the need to accept an unfair offer just because you invested time and energy into getting your collection to a place where it could be valued.

So we provide alternative valuation methods – in fact, we provide two!

Quick and easy online appraisal

Our quickest and most common solution for our clients. We offer a simple 3-step online coin appraisal and purchase using three easy steps:

  • We’ll have a chat over the phone or email about what your collection has to offer and the steps you can take to get the best out of our services.
  • We may require more information so photos or detailed descriptions of coins can be emailed to us until we have all the information we need.
  • Our most popular method of collection is shipping directly to our facilities with a same-day turnaround, meaning you get your collection processed, validated, and paid on the same business day we receive it. Packages are fully insured by Lloyd’s of London and opened under 4k security cameras.

Sell your coins nearby at your convenience

However, we understand that you may feel more comfortable having an in-person appraisal, so you can see first-hand how your collection is being handled and the attention to detail that goes into producing an accurate valuation.

All our rare coin experts work out of satellite offices dotted across the nation. North Carolina is our Southeast base, the home of the historic Charlotte Mint and an area rich in numismatic history.

Although we do not allow office visits for security reasons, our numismatists will carry out your appraisal at home or at your chosen location.

What is the best method of appraising your coins?

There is no ‘best’ way for us. It is what works for you. An online coin appraisal is quick and easy, which works for some. Still, in-person coin appraisals are preferred by others, particularly if the coin collection you inherited or collected holds great value.

Contact us today, and let’s discuss what option works best for you so you can get the best offer for your coin collection.


Wyatt McDonald President & Co-Founder of Coinfully. A student of numismatics and trained in the ANA Seminar in Denver, Wyatt is the face of Coinfully and a true expert. After spending a decade buying coins over the counter at a coin shop, he knew there had to be a better way, for everyone involved.

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Don’t put in all the work for an in-person appraisal just to be offered pennies on the dollar.