• 3 Tips For Getting A Good Appraisal On Your Coins

    If you are going have your coin collection appraised, you want to do everything you can to make sure that you get the best appraisal possible for your coins. There are several things that you can do that will make it easier for you to get a good appraisal.  Know Your Coins You may have a great coin collection that you've spent a lot of time on. You dug through all the coins you ever got as change, picked up some coins from various places, and been given some as gifts. [Read More]

  • Check These Specific Details When Buying Used Boxing Gear from a Pawn Shop

    If you're interested in learning to box, one of your first steps will be to buy the right gear. While you can often borrow boxing equipment from your local gym, sharing these sweaty items with others isn't exactly pleasing. If you're concerned about the cost of buying your own equipment, consider doing so at a pawn shop. Many pawn shops have a sizable selection of used sporting gear, and you'll often find that boxing equipment is in nearly new condition—perhaps because the previous owner found that the sport wasn't for him or her. [Read More]

  • Interior Decor Gift Ideas

    If you attending a housewarming party, need a present for an upcoming bridal shower or wedding reception, or want to congratulate a friend or family member on a new home, you can't go wrong with a interior decor gift. If you know the recipient's personal home decor style, it will be easy to choose the ideal piece for his or her home. Even if you don't, you can still easily choose a tasteful item that will complement their home. [Read More]

  • Is The Gold In Your Jewelry Real?: 5 Ways To Test It

    Your jewelry can be worth considerably more if the metal used in the design is real gold. Still, it can be difficult to tell authentic gold from counterfeit metals. Here are a few ways to determine whether or not your piece contains actual gold: Stamps If your jewelry is real gold, it may display a stamp to show the purity level. 24K indicates pure gold. 18K is 18 parts pure gold, but 6 parts are a different metal. [Read More]