PANGEA RARITIES is your Ridgewood, New Jersey and Bergen County coin expert. For close to 10 years, our family has enjoyed educating the local Ridgewood community on coin values and coin collection current appraisal values. Our goal is to help our customers better understand the history and value of their US coins, precious metals & currency. Come visit our coin shop today and view our large inventory of US and Foreign Coins. We feature a full time Numismatist [certified coin expert] who can properly appraise and value your coins. Whether it is one coin or an entire estate, we take pride in giving you an accurate up-to-date market appraisal of your coins. 
PANGEA RARITIES is your Ridgewood, New Jersey and Bergen County coin expert. For close to 10 years, our family has enjoyed educating the local Ridgewood community on coin values and coin collection current appraisal values. Our goal is to help our customers better understand the history and value of their US coins, precious metals & currency. Come visit our coin shop today and view our large inventory of US and Foreign Coins. We feature a full time Numismatist [certified coin expert] who can properly appraise and value your coins. Whether it is one coin or an entire estate, we take pride in giving you an accurate up-to-date market appraisal of your coins. 

LISTED BELOW ARE SOME OF THE COINS THAT WE ENJOY COLLECTING:

LISTED BELOW ARE SOME

OF THE COINS THAT WE

ENJOY COLLECTING:

  • ALL RARE COINS, CERTIFIED COINS  & COLLECTIONS
  • 1 oz SILVER EAGLE BULLION COIN
  • HALF CENTS
  • LARGE CENTS
  • INDIAN CENTS
  • LINCOLN & WHEAT-EAR CENTS, PRE-1959
  • 2⊄ & 3⊄ PIECES
  • BUSE COINAGE (HALF DIMES THROUGH DOLLARS)
  • LIBERTY STANDING QUARTERS
  • ALL TYPES OF LARGE AND SMALL SIZE PAPER MONEY
  • LIBERTY NICKELS
  • BUFFALO NICKELS
  • SILVER WARTIME JEFFERSON NICKELS
  • SEATED COINAGE: DIMES, QUARTERS, HALVES AND DOLLARS
  • BARBER COINAGE: DIMES, QUARTERS, HALVES
  • PROOF & MINT SETS
  • SILVER EAGLES
  • ALL GOV’T ISSUE ITEMS & COMMEMORATIVE
  • ALL FOREIGN COINS, INCLUDING GOLD & SILVER
SILVER COINS
This is a price reference for generic coins.
We will pay premiums for rare and better condition coins.
SILVER COINS
This is a price reference for generic coins. We will pay premiums for rare and better condition coins.
WAR NICKEL
1942 – 1945
35% Silver
Value: $.70 – $1.40
STANDING LIBERTY
QUARTER
1906 – 1930
90% Silver
Value: $3.00 – $5.00
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
HALF DOLLAR
1948 – 1963
90% Silver
Value: $6.00 – $8.00
MERCURY DIME
1916 – 1945
90% Silver
Value: $1.00 – $2.00
WASHINGTON SILVER
QUARTER
1932 – 1964
90% Silver
Value: $3.00 – $5.00
KENNEDY
HALF DOLLAR
1964
90% Silver
Value: $6.00 – $8.00
ROOSEVELT DIME
1946 – 1964
90% Silver
Value: $1.00 – $2.00
WALKING LIBERTY
HALF DOLLAR
1916 – 1947
90% Silver
Value: $6.00 – $8.00
KENNEDY
HALF DOLLAR
1965 – 1970
40% Silver
Value: $2.00 – $4.00
EISENHOWER DOLLAR: Eisenhower dollars were designed to honor both President Dwight D. Eisenhower as well as the first landing of man on the moon. The coin is designed by chief engraver Frank Gasparro whose initials are located beneath the eagone on the reverse. There is one version from the San Francisco mint which was issued to collectors only and is 40% silver. Our Coin Shop has been serving Ridge Wood and the surrounding Bergen County for over 10 years. It is with great pride that we continue.
PEACE DOLLAR: Produced from 1921 through 1933. It was originally intended to be a commemorative peace coin and was issued without congressional sanction. It was designed by Anthony de Francisci who was a medalist. His monogram is located beneath the neck of Lady Liberty on the front of the coin. 1922 was the most popular year for peace dollar production with total mintage exceeding 1,000,000 coins. This is followed by 1923 and 1925 with production exceeding 40,000,000 coins. Peace dollars weigh 26.75 grams and are 90% silver and 10% copper. Peace dollars were minted in Denver, Philadelphia and San Francisco.
MORGAN DOLLAR: Designed by George T. Morgan, the Morgan dollar weighs 26.73 grams and is 90% silver & 10% copper. Introduced in 1878, the Morgan dollar was used until 1921 when the Peace dollar design was introduced. The Morgan silver dollar is one of the most common designs with many years mintages in the double digit millions. Some of the most valuable Morgan silver dollars were minted in Carson City. These dollars are indicated by the two small CC letters located in the back of the coin (the reverse) directly beneath the feet of the eagle. The Carson City mint coins are so valuable because the mint was only in operation for 19 years. Morgan silver dollars bearing the CC mark often go for premiums above & beyond a regular coin.
EISENHOWER DOLLAR: Eisenhower dollars were designed to honor both President Dwight D. Eisenhower as well as the first landing of man on the moon. The coin is designed by chief engraver Frank Gasparro whose initials are located beneath the eagone on the reverse. There is one version from the San Francisco mint which was issued to collectors only and is 40% silver.
Our Coin Shop has been serving Ridge Wood and the surrounding Bergen County for over 10 years. It is with great pride that we continue.
PEACE DOLLAR: Produced from 1921 through 1933. It was originally intended to be a commemorative peace coin and was issued without congressional sanction. It was designed by Anthony de Francisci who was a medalist. His monogram is located beneath the neck of Lady Liberty on the front of the coin. 1922 was the most popular year for peace dollar production with total mintage exceeding 1,000,000 coins. This is followed by 1923 and 1925 with production exceeding 40,000,000 coins. Peace dollars weigh 26.75 grams and are 90% silver and 10% copper. Peace dollars were minted in Denver, Philadelphia and San Francisco.
MORGAN DOLLAR: Designed by George T. Morgan, the Morgan dollar weighs 26.73 grams and is 90% silver and 10% copper. Introduced in 1878, the Morgan dollar was used until 1921 when the Peace dollar design was introduced. The Morgan silver dollar is one of the most common designs with many years mintages in the double digit millions. Some of the most valuable Morgan silver dollars were minted in Carson City. These dollars are indicated by the two small CC letters located in the back of the coin (the reverse) directly beneath the feet of the eagle. The Carson City mint coins are so valuable because the mint was only in operation for 19 years. Morgan silver dollars bearing the CC mark often go for premiums above and beyond a regular coin.