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Jewelry Exchange and Auction

Jewelry Exchange is conducting an auction featuring coins on Saturday, Aug. 18. Check out the catalog by clicking here.

Jewelry Exchange, located in San Antonio, Texas, is a clearinghouse for all valuables, especially coins, currency, stamps, sterling, and jewelry, along with other auction items, such as antiques and firearms. The company trades gold, silver and platinum bullion in all forms and specializes in estate diamonds of all cuts, carats and clarity.

The company’s Saturday evening auctions are held in its Stone Oak gallery with an international simulcast over Proxibid.com. Proxiblog has been a long-time customer of Jewelry Exchange and can attest to the company’s quick shipping, 15% buyer’s fee and customer service.

Jewelry Exchange is a member of the Better Business Bureau, the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, and the American Numismatic Association.

Auctioneers Adam and David Bluestein also are co-hosts of “In the Money,” a hit radio program that answers such questions as “What is it? What’s it worth? And, what do I DO with it?” Adam and David take questions on the air, too, every Saturday morning at 7 a.m. on San Antonio’s KLUP 930AM.

For more information about Jewelry Exchange, call (210) 592-8786 or email info@jewelryexchangeandauction.com

We thank Adam and David Bluestein and Jewelry Exchange for sponsoring Proxiblog’s scholarship fund to help ease student debt and create the next generation of auction-house bidders! If you would like to sponsor a week’s worth of Proxiblog, email mjbugeja@yahoo.com

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