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Olevian Numismatic Rarities (ONR) is one of Pittsburgh's finest dealers of rare coins, paper money, and authorized precious metals which include gold, silver, and platinum bullion products. Whether you are looking to buy or sell, we can offer you our services at fair and reasonable prices. We also offer appraisal services if you have a question about one of your items.
Buying from ONR
We offer an extensive selection of coins, precious metals, and paper money. You can visit our primary website to see what's in stock or visit our store since most of our coins are in our store for a short amount of time they may not appear on the site. If our current selection does not meet your needs we can help you find what you are looking for. You can contact us or click here to tell us what you are looking for so we can locate it for you.
Selling with ONR
There are no maximum or minimum transaction requirements when selling with ONR Coins. That means you can sell with us as much as you wish. We will even buy back coins that you have previously purchased with us at a fair market price. We even offer consignment services if you do not wish to sell to us directly.
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Selling to ONR
Visit our store or contact us directly at 1-844-667-2646 to learn more about products not yet listed on our website.
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At Olevian Numismatic Rarities, we place a strong emphasis on integrity. When using our services, such as buying, selling, or trading, we work hard to build strong business partnerships with each one of our clients. We offer you top quality services as well as top-notch shipping. You can learn more about our services and products by visiting our primary website by clicking here or contact us for more information.
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