Tacoma, Washington lies 30 miles southwest of Seattle. This port city is named after nearby Mount Rainier, which was originally known as Mount Tahoma. It is nicknamed the “City of Destiny,” because early in its history, Tacoma was chosen as the western terminus of the Northern Pacific Railroad. The city is also famous for the 1940 collapse of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.
Tacoma Mall Blvd Coin & Stamp
5225 Tacoma Mall Blvd
Tacoma, WA 98409
Tacoma Mall Blvd Coin & Stamp, also known simply as “Tacoma Coin,” was established in 1974. Their motto is “friendly and fair.” Tacoma Coin is a family-owned coin shop with a large selection of coins, bullion, and stamps. They also offer appraisals, and buy and trade with individual collectors. Their coin selection includes U.S. and foreign coins of all denominations, paper currency, graded coins, and collecting supplies.
Tacoma Gold and Silver
7606 S Tacoma Way
Tacoma, WA 98409
Established in 1999, Tacoma Gold and Silver is one of the largest precious metal dealers in the Pacific Northwest. They buy all forms of gold and silver, including coins, bullion, jewelry, and scrap gold. This family owned and operated shop provides free appraisals. They have an x-ray unit and high-tech assaying equipment for determining the precise composition of precious metals, enabling them to provide the highest payouts possible.
Renton Coin Shop
101 Park Ave
Renton, WA 98057
Founded in 1964, Renton Coin Shop is one of the oldest coin dealers in the region. They specialize in gold bullion and U.S. coins. Their selection includes American Eagle and South African Krugerrand bullion coins, pre-1933 U.S. gold coins, key date U.S. coins, Morgan silver dollars, buffalo nickels, and much more. They also carry paper currency and metal detectors.
They buy and appraise all types of coins, and also provide PCGS and NGC grading submission services. Renton Coin Shop is a PCGS and NGC authorized dealer and a member of the American Numismatic Association. A small selection of their coins can be found online and on eBay; the rest are only available in their Renton coin shop.