Providence is the capital and largest city in Rhode Island. One of the nation’s oldest cities, it was founded in 1636 by Roger Williams, who had been exiled from the Massachusetts Bay Colony for religious reasons. For centuries, Providence has been known for its silverware and jewelry industries.
1155 N. Main St.
Providence, RI 02904
Providence Pawn is a pawn shop specializing in vintage and collectible items. They buy and sell all types of U.S. and foreign collectible coins, along with gold and silver coins and bullion. Providence Pawn also deals in jewelry, sterling silver serving pieces, old toys, antique guns, postcards, stamps, and other collectibles.
Their numismatic department also handles tokens and medals, paper currency, and scrap gold and silver. Providence Pawn buys gold and silver coins and bullion bars regardless of condition, paying cash for single coins or full collections. They also sell on eBay.
American Rare Coin
311 Newport Ave
East Providence, RI 02914
American Rare Coin is a renowned dealer of rare coins in Providence, Rhode Island. Owner Steve Inarelli, a skilled numismatist with more than 30 years of professional experience, was previously an NGC coin appraiser. American Rare Coin buys, sells, trades, and appraises all U.S. and world coins, including proof and mint sets, PCGS and NGC certified coins, gold coins, silver dollars, American Eagle bullion coins, and type coins. They are known for their selection of high-quality coins backed by knowledgeable service.