Kenneth Goldman Rare Coins
50 Years of Experience in Rare Coins with Kenneth Goldman
About Kenneth Goldman Rare Coins
Numismatics, or the study of coins and currency, so enticed the
young boy that, by the age of 13, he had taken his first table at a coin
show. Particularly interested in rare coins and the history behind
them, Kenneth Goldman wasted no time out of high school and immediately
became a professional, full-time dealer in rare coins.
Kenneth Goldman began his professional career with rare coins in 1971 at the age of 18. Over the years of his involvement with numismatics, he has handled tens of millions of dollars in rare coins during everything from appraisals and trades with other dealers to expert witnessing for the Federal Trade Commission as well as the New York Attorney General's office--on several cases.
Shining examples of rare coins which Mr. Goldman has handled over his many years in the business include the 1804 silver dollar, referred to as the King of U. S. Coins, of which only 15 genuine examples are known, the 1849 $10 Cincinnati Mining & Trading Co. $10 Gold, countless other Territorial Gold Coins, and the majority of all coins listed in the Redbook--or GUIDEBOOK OF UNITED STATES COINS. As well, Mr.Goldman has been a contributor for pricing information of the Redbook since 1975.
For over 30 years, Mr. Goldman has toured the United states--attending virtually all of the major coin conventions and coin auctions.
If you have a collection or group of coins for sale, Kenneth Goldman can offer you the highest prices and expert advice for your portfolio. Mr. Goldman's 50 years of experience in the field--as well as his broad client list and extensive travel--provide excellent avenues for the orderly dispersal of your collection.
Mr. Goldman welcomes inquiries by e-mail at KenGoldman@aol.com
or by mail: KENNETH GOLDMAN,INC., Kenneth M. Goldman, President,
P. O. Box 920404, Needham, MA. 02492.
Rare Coin Expert Helps Fight Fraud
Kenneth Goldman owns and operates his rare coin dealership, Kenneth Goldman Inc, in Needham, Massachusetts, and serves clients throughout Massachusetts and New England. In his more than 50 years as a numismatist, as well as a Life Member of the American Numismatic Assoc. and many other leading organizations, he has become proficient in all matters related to rare coins. This expertise has been called into play by both the Federal Trade Commission and the New York Attorney General’s office, from which Kenneth Goldman has earned the title Qualified Appraiser.
With the advent of television shopping channels and the Internet, opportunities have mushroomed for consumers to purchase valuable coins and build a collection without ever setting foot in a dealership or enjoying a face-to-face conversation with a seasoned numismatic professional. The problem with this, of course, is that shopping channels and the Internet have concurrently created countless opportunities for the unscrupulous to rip people off, capitalizing on their ignorance to pass off specimens of average quality and moderate worth (or less) as highly valuable and desirable items.
Goldman’s appraisal services are in high demand throughout New England and the rest of the country, and he has also given expert testimony in court cases for the Federal Trade Commission, New York State Attorney Generals Office and others, helping people recover money for fraudulent transactions. . Kenneth Goldman can be contacted at P.O. Box 920404, Needham, MA 02492. His phone number is 781-449-0058, and his email address is KenGoldman@aol.com.
A Guide Book of U.S. Coins
Kenneth Goldman is a professional collector & dealer of rare coins, and president of Kenneth Goldman, Inc., an expert rare coin appraisal service established in 1976. As a dealer of rare coins, Kenneth Goldman has contributed since 1975 to the annual publication titled A Guidebook of United States Coins. Mr. Goldman joined the Professional Numismatics Guild in 1975 and received his 25 year membership award back in 2000.
A Guide Book of United States Coins has been published for nearly seven decades, providing coin collectors and enthusiasts with a thorough and convenient resource for all of their coin history and coin pricing needs. Known more commonly as The Redbook due to its distinctly colored cover, the guide book has been carefully designed with a spiral-bound spine so that the book can be laid completely flat on a table as collectors reference The Redbook while sifting through their personal collection.
A Guide Book of United States Coins is often sought out by coin collectors to determine how rare a certain coin is and how much a coin might be worth. The Redbook provides a wealth of additional information on different coins, including their historical significance, auction records, high quality coin photographs, and further details. The most recent edition of The Redbook features prices and information on more than 6,000 coins.
Kenneth Goldman welcomes your inquiries at KenGoldman@aol.com
PNG Member Kenneth Goldman--Member for 35 years.
PNG Member Kenneth Goldman joined the PNG in 1975.