Park Avenue Numismatics Launches Free Online Rare US Coin Encyclopedia

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August 25, 2011 – Park Avenue Numismatics announced the launch of its new online Rare US Coin Encyclopedia according to Bob Green, President and C.E.O. Park Avenue. “In an effort to bring our clients more information and to educate new collectors, we’ve compiled a wonderful library of historical data for each series from pennies to twenties” Green said.

“Each series is historically significant and we’ve provided great content that might not be available on other information website. In addition, while other websites offer information for a fee, Park Avenue’s website is free to the consumer. Viewers are also able to link directly from each page to current available inventory for sale at the Park Avenue Numismatics website.” Green continued.

When you click on $5 Liberty Gold you can read extensive research on the series and continue to view a host of PCGS and NGC coins available for immediate acquisition or jump to Early Dollars, Large Cents or more than 95 other series, while browsing the site. The website already has links for Want List Service, IRA Accounts, Show Schedules, Certified Generic Gold Coins, How to Sell your coins for Top Dollar and more, available at the click of a button.

“As we continue to grow, we want to offer consumers new and interesting content along with our selection of more than 3,000 certified rare coins and a variety of bullion items currently available on our website. Collectors can also create a free on-line account and get weekly and monthly news updates.” Said Bob Green “As we enter the next phase of our corporate development we plan to add more educational tools for consumers including video seminars”, according to Carlos Cabrera, Managing Director of the firm since 2008. Now in its 23rd year in business Park Avenue has been in the forefront of on-line access for numismatics with the launch of its first website in 1995 reaching millions of consumers annually.

To visit the website of Park Avenue Numismatics featuring its new Rare Coin Encyclopedia, click here.