New York’s state capital, Albany, is a historic city with a population of 97,904 people. Albany, settled in 1614 and incorporated in 1686, is one of the oldest colonial settlements from the original thirteen colonies. The turnpike was developed in Albany, and by the early 19th century, Albany was a central turnpike destination in New York. Original Albany streets were named after birds and mammals. The local economy depends on business, healthcare, and education, making it steady in the wake of economic fluctuation throughout the rest of the country.
William S. Pantich, Inc.
3 Computer Drive West, Suite 122
Albany, NY 12205-1612
Thirty-seven years of experience and a number of memberships, including but not limited to the Professional Numismatists Guild and the American Numismatic Society, make William S. Pantich, Inc. a reliable source for gold and silver bullion in the Albany area. Run by Bill Pantich, who has been in the numismatic business since 1977, the shop obtains most of their bullion from other dealers, though they also buy from individual collectors, as well. They deal in paper money, as well as coins.
Olde Saratoga Coin
1593 Central Avenue Ste 2
Colonie, NY 12205
Olde Saratoga Coin has been around since 1979. They buy and sell bullion and other items, such as paper money and jewelry. They have a large inventory of coins, bars, and other numismatic items. Olde Saratoga Coin also offers bullion appraisals and books on coins and bullion investments, in addition to other items coin collectors will find useful, like coin holders, slabs, and folders. The staff has a combined 100 years of experience. The shop has three locations; the closest location to Albany is about ten minutes away in neighboring Colonie, New York. The other two shops are located in Saratoga Springs and Plattsburgh, New York.
Ferris Coin Co.
199 Wolf Road
Albany, NY 12205
Ferris Coin Co. has been in business since 1930. They are the self-proclaimed largest and oldest rare coin dealer in the area. The shop buys and sells gold and silver bullion, along with paper money, flatware, and jewelry. They also offer appraisals, including those for attorneys and banks.
1717 Western Ave Ste 2
Albany, NY 12203
Though Roman Jewels focuses on buying and selling jewelry, they also deal in coins (including old coins) and gold and silver bullion. The shop employs a full-time coin expert and has more than 21 years of experience. Roman Jewels currently has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.