nEIL payS the most cash for your stuff

We are proud to be licensed by Clark County to legally buy jewelry from the general public. Since 1971, Nevada Coin Mart™, we have transitioned into the modern technology age combined with the highest possible cash offerings and the best customer service.

Nevada Coin Mart offers the highest level of professional, friendly, and courteous service to make each transaction a pleasurable and lucrative experience for our clients.

We are certified by the GIA and carry an A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau.

Sincerely, Neil Sackmary

X-Ray Spectrometer

The Nevada Coin Mart staff uses a state-of-the art Thermo Scientific Niton X-Ray Spectrometer in the evaluation of your Gold, Silver, or Platinum items. It allows us to perform a complete and highly accurate analysis of your metals in seconds.

The report the X-Ray Spectrometer provides to us will give the exact Precious Metals content of your jewelry or scrap, so you can get top dollar when selling us your unwanted valuables. Furthermore, the X-Ray spectrometer will always ensure much more accuracy than a primitive acid test, that less-experienced dealers use. Our X-Ray spectrometer can determine the exact content of your:

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Morning Blend Appearances


Eric J.

The staff was very bright and welcoming to me when I walked into the store. They weren’t pushy or annoying which is a great plus. They helped me out with everything I needed and they gave me the best prices! Thanks so much! would come here again!

Maria B.

Neil was very professional and courteous. He explained everything to me on how their business works I felt kind of sleazy selling jewelry I have never really worn. Neil made me feel very comfortable on the transaction.

Alexis E.

My experience was great. I absolutely LOVE this place! Nice people buying jewelry at great prices! They were Professional, welcoming, and knowledgeable! So happy. The staffs were friendly, helpful. I highly recommend.

John W.

Outstanding service provided by Neil. He was honest about the value of what I brought into him. It was old collectibles I didn't need and I received more money than I expected.