Oakton Coins & Collectibles (coin shop) buys ALL collector coins in Skokie Illinois.
We buy Scrap Silver, Scrap Gold, Scrap Platinum, Bullion, US Collectible Coins, Collectible US Paper Money, US Proof & Mint Sets, Estate Jewelry, Diamonds, Designer Jewelry, Flatware, Antiques, All Collectibles, Watches, Stamps, Star Wars Toys, Art, Artifacts, and more…
Oakton Coins & Collectibles is a new and unique store located at 4547 Oakton. This growing business offers services for both buyers and sellers of coins, bullion and rare collectibles. It is the place to buy a piece of history or the final piece to complete a collection. Oakton Coins specializes in helping people liquidate inheritances.
Oakton Coins strives to maintain open and honest communication with all customers. All appraisals are free and include a detailed explanation of fair market value. Customers will always be treated with respect. The motto here is, “nothing is too big or too small.”
Oakton Coins buys and sells coins, paper money, all forms of gold & silver, estate jewelry, platinum, stamps, diamonds, art, artifacts, and more. Because the store is constantly buying, the inventory is constantly changing and there is always a curious find for everyone.
Plentiful free parking is available both in the front and the back of the store.
Other products and services include: free gold and silver testing, free jewelry cleaning, professional coin cleaning, numismatic supplies, and consignments.
Oakton Coins & Collectibles - Skokie - Chicago
4547 Oakton Street
Skokie, IL 60076
11am - 6pm Tuesday – Friday
12pm - 5pm Saturday
Closed Sunday & Monday
Or by appointment.
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