What We Do

Mullen Coins is in business to help you realize a fair value when you buy and sell your coins and currency. Many of our customers first ask us to evaluate their collections. There is no charge for an evaluation.

Located in West Michigan, we BUY US coins, World coins, US currency, full collections, bullion coins, and Mint and Proof sets. We also buy gold and silver jewelry, other sterling, and antique collectibles.

If you’re a collector, be sure to check out our substantial inventory on this website—we sell to customers throughout the nation. We also sell rare coins, bullion and currency locally, and will help with your wish list searches.

Mullen Coins’ office is conveniently located near the Gerald R. Ford Airport, and offers free parking. Call Pat for an appointment at (616) 272-4402 or send him an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We are here to serve you.

Member: Better Business Bureau of West Michigan (A+ rating), ANA, MSNS, CSNS, and FUN. Certified dealer with PCGS, NGC, and CAC.  

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25 April 2017
There are many things that make objects valuable. Origin, usefulness, condition, scarcity, and history all make a difference when considering value. We understand this easily when it comes to other items. For instance, a pipe may have value to someone who likes to smoke a pipe and no value to someon...
29 March 2017
Do you know about the Maine penny? Also known as the Goddard coin, the Maine penny isn’t a penny like the Lincoln Wheat cent but a very old coin that dates to the time of the Norwegian king, Olaf Kyrre, who reigned as King Olaf III between 1067-1093. One of the silver coins minted to honor his reign...
28 February 2017
Previously we talked about the Great Depression and what its effects were on coins minted during that era. However, the largest coin disaster of the 1930s was Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s infamous gold confiscation. His Executive Order 6102 of 1933 strikes fear, or at least anxiety, in the hearts of ...
07 February 2017
As we discussed before, during the early years of the Great Depression far fewer coins were minted. An economy in a tailspin meant that coins were circulating less and fewer people were collecting them. The exception to this coin dearth in those early years was the 1932 quarter dollar minted in hono...
22 December 2016
Previously we’ve talked about the scarcity of U.S. coins minted during the years of the Civil War. Collectors looking for coins from another historic period - the Great Depression - will also have to search for some of them, particularly the ones struck during the earliest years of the 1930s. What w...

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