Overland Park, a suburb of Kansas City, is known as a family-friendly city with plenty of parks and open space. It has been rated one of the “Best Places to Raise Your Kids” by BusinessWeek.
Overland Park was the location of the first airplane flight west of the Mississippi, a demonstration by the Wright brothers in 1909. Overland Park and the greater Kansas City area have many coin shops and precious metal dealers catering to both collectors and buyers.
Precious Metals and Gems
8230 Metcalf Ave
Overland Park, KS 66204
Precious Metals and Gems, established in 1979, is a family owned and operated shop that has served Overland Park precious metal collectors for more than 35 years. They buy and sell rare coins, paper currency, and gold and silver bullion, along with jewelry and gemstones.
Precious Metals also buys all forms of gold, such as broken jewelry and scrap gold. Unlike other gold buyers, they also buy rare coins and numismatic collectibles, with a value determined based on collectability, not just metal content.
Lyn Knight Currency Auctions
P O Box 7364
Overland Park, KS 66207
Lyn Knight presents auctions of U.S. and world coins, currency, postcards and paper collectibles. This renowned auction house has handled sales of incredibly rare coins and paper bills. A small selection of their inventory can be purchased outright through their website. Bids on current auction items may also be placed online. Lyn Knight regularly handles rare U.S. and foreign coins, both graded and raw, with an eye towards numismatic collectibility rather than precious metal content.
Mission Pawn / House of Stuart
5960 Lamar Avenue
Mission, KS 66202
Mission Pawn, also known as The House of Stuart, was founded in 1969 to serve the needs of Overland Park area coin collectors and precious metal buyers. This family owned and operated shop buys, sells, and loans on rare U.S. and foreign coins, both graded and raw, as well as gold and silver coins and bullion. They also offer a wide variety of other merchandise, from laptops to tools to jewelry. Because they actively buy from individual collectors, their inventory is constantly changing.