Corona, California lies to the southwest of Riverside, in the Greater Los Angeles area. Founded during a citrus boom in the 1880s, the town was once nicknamed “Lemon Capital of the World.” The city was originally known as South Riverside; its current name comes from its street layout, with a street grid encircled by a circular drive named Grand Boulevard.
1066 W 6th St
Corona, CA 92882
Corona Coin is a coin shop specializing in gold and silver coinage. They also buy all forms of gold, including jewelry and bullion in any condition, from any mint. Their inventory includes bullion coins such as Krugerrands, Maple Leafs, and American Eagles, along with gold and silver bars and rounds. They also buy and sell silver dollars, 90% silver U.S. coinage, numismatic collectibles including raw, certified, U.S., and foreign coins.
Gold Fever Corona
107 N McKinley, Suite 101
Corona, CA 92879
Gold Fever is a precious metal dealer with 12 locations throughout California, including two in Corona. They buy all forms of gold, silver, and platinum, including coins and bullion in any condition, from any mint. Gold Fever will buy scratched coins, generic gold bars, and broken jewelry. Gold Fever promises to beat any competitor’s price. They offer frequent deals like free gas gift cards with mention of their website.
Jewelry World and Loan
1112 W. 6th St. Ste. 108
Corona, CA 92882
Jewelry World and Loan is a jewelry shop, pawn shop, and precious metal dealer. They buy, sell, and loan on jewelry and bullion. They also purchase all forms of scrap gold. Jewelry World offers appraisals and interest-free financing, as well as a unique trade-in program for those trading in their scrap gold for investment-grade bullion or jewelry.
Jewelry World buys all forms of gold and silver bullion and coins, including American Eagles, pre-1933 U.S. gold coins, South African Krugerrands, .999 silver rounds, and Morgan and Peace silver dollars. They also sell popular forms of gold and silver bullion. Note that they have a minimum purchase requirement of 10 ounces of silver or 4 ounces of gold.