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Trusted Traditions in Lauderdale by the Sea, FL
 

Trusted Traditions is Located at 275 Commercial Blvd., Suite 275, Lauderdale by the Sea, FL 33308

Founded almost twenty years ago, Trusted Traditions has grown to one of the pre-eminent sources for collectible banknotes in the world. Citing the success of the basic premise, that is, to give our clients the best quality notes for a competitive price, while still supplying them with a superior level of customer service; John Markis recently announced the addition of international banknotes, collectible coins, and bullion to Trusted Traditions available products.
At any given time Trusted Traditions has thousands of notes in its bank vault so we probably have the note of your dreams. If it is something really special you want our extensive database of notes location can be searched and other collectors approached to check if they may be ready to buy, sell, or trade. It is not uncommon for a particular note to be handled by Trusted Traditions 5-6 times over the past years. Of course we take the position that no one can claim total possession of any note, only a temporary caretaker of its well-being for the time we hold it. Clearly the notes will outlive us all and remain timeless.

 
   

the vast world of international banknotes has now become a speciality of trusted traditions

 

Welcome to Trusted Traditions one of the largest websites for the world bank note collector! Collecting world paper money lets you travel around the world without leaving the comforts of your home. While collecting world-wide banknotes you become aware of the many cultures, countries, continents of the Earth, learn about some of the world's most famous people and places through the globe. World banknote collecting can be an exciting hobby, which thousands of collectors everywhere enjoy immensely. At Trusted Traditions we are always ready to help our clients supplement their collections – whether you want to buy, sell or trade.

 
   

Trusted traditions becomes a prime seller and buyer of investment platinum, gold, and silver bullion

 

Bullion is a bulk quantity of precious metal, usually gold or silver, assessed by weight, typically cast as ingots or bars, and sold by major banks and dealers. You also can buy bullion as coins.
Bullion coins are minted from precious metal, usually gold or silver, and bought for investment purposes from major banks, coin dealers, brokerage firms, and precious metal dealers. Their value is based on their gold or silver bullion content. Prices fluctuate daily, depending on the price of gold and silver in the world markets. Perhaps the best-known bullion coins are the American Gold Eagle, the Canadian Maple Leaf, the Australian Gold Nugget, and the South African Krugerrand. The U.S. Mint has produced gold, silver and platinum bullion coins since 1986, and guarantees their precious metal content. The Mint produces two types of bullion coins:

• Proof bullion coins, which are specially minted for collectors and usually sold in a protective display case directly by the Mint.
• Uncirculated bullion coins, which are minted for investment purposes and sold to a select number of authorized buyers based on the current market price (the spot price) for the precious metal plus a small premium charged by the Mint.

Foreign governments also mint coins, but they may not be produced to the same standards as U.S. coins and they aren't guaranteed by the U.S. government. The value of foreign bullion coins depends primarily upon the coin's melt value – the basic intrinsic bullion value of a coin if it were melted and sold. A bullion coin's condition – its "grade" – isn't the most relevant factor in determining its price.

If you interest in bullion please call for an appointment as all our inventory is kept at our local bank.

 
   

Trusted Traditions announces adding quality collectible coins to its available inventory

 

John Markis of Trusted Traditions has recently announced that after almost 20 years of successfully providing the banknote collecting community with their needs, Trusted Traditions had branched out to also serve the coin collecting hobby.

There are many excellent reasons why you might want to collect coins. For starters, they tell unique stories. A coin's design, mint mark, condition and composition can offer a glimpse into history and a better understanding of the past.

Some people collect coins in the hope that they will appreciate in value. Some coins have intrinsic bullion value (such as silver, gold and platinum coins). Others become valuable because they are rare.

Coin collecting, one of the oldest hobbies, was once practiced only by kings and the wealthy. That's why coin collecting often is called the "king of hobbies" and the "hobby of kings."

Coin collecting became increasingly popular in America during the 1930s when United States commemorative coins became widely available. Today, there are millions of coin collectors in the United States alone. The thriving coin-collecting community, which includes clubs throughout the United States provides numerous opportunities for collectors to meet and trade.