Downtown Cincinnati        (513) 621-1996
Florence, KY                             (859) 371-1414
Anderson                                    (513) 233-2646

Cincinnati's premier rare coin and bullion dealer since 1972
PNG number 678
PNG number 678
Brad Karoleff of Coins Plus was instrumental in obtaining the sales tax exemption on gold, silver, platinum, and palladium.  Click here to read more
To see the exemption wording on the Ohio state website click here Select Category, Sales and Use Tax, What is and isn't Taxable, bullet points 24-26.

Expert Gold and Silver Buyers in Cincinnati 

The Staff of Coins have been serving the Cincinnati area since 1972 with over 100 years combined dealing experience. One of the partners, Bradley Karoleff, is a life member of The American Numismatic Association and was named their dealer of the year in 2013, The John Reich Collectors Society, The Cincinnati Numismatic Association and Cincinnati's only  Professional Numismatists Guild turnkey dealer as well as the only PNG accredited bullion dealer in the Greater Cincinnati area.

Coins + Are The True Experts

Mr. Karoleff contributes to the Redbook and Bluebook, the best selling numismatic pricing guides in the industry. He is also the ONLY member of the Professional Numismatists Guild in Greater Cincinnati.
Rare coin collection by Coins Plus

We are regularly published

Mr. Karoleff is the author of Designs of the Times an article on Early American Coinage for CoinWorld which was awarded Best Column in 1998.

He is regularly published in numerous other numismatic publications, a numismatic author and editor of numerous numismatic books as well as contributor to the best selling pricing guides in the industry.

Coins Plus is involved in the industry

Mr. Karoleff was Co-Presenter with Keith Davignon on "Circulating Counterfeits of the Americas" at the American Numismatic Society in New York City in 1998. He also chaired the panel discussion on the development and use of the Screw Press for Coin Production at the annual ANA Convention in 2010.

He is also a regular speaker at local clubs, libraries, schools and civic organizations.
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