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Concentrating our focus and attention on specific “small supply - high demand” areas of the Coin Market, our clients enjoy the peace of mind that they have been guided in the proper directions.
Our buying team is nationally reknown and respected in the precious metals industry. Ensuring the best quality products, at the best possible price.
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The relationships with the Major Coin and Precious Metals Associations not only benefits the management team with their purchasing decisions but inturn trickles down to the client in many ways.
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We proudly partner with the largest IRA/401K Administrator in the United States. Our Helpful and Knowledgeable Staff will assist you from the application to the placement of the Metal in your account.
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One October morning in 1979, a stamp and coin dealer was gunned down in his Visalia shop. There were no witnesses. Persistent police efforts across jurisdictional lines connected it to another death. Two months earlier, the body of a Fresno coin dealer was found locked in the trunk of his car. The trail of evidence led to a most unlikely suspect. Author Ronn M. Couillard, retired judge and former Visalia district attorney, lays out the facts in this compelling case from the investigation to the court proceedings and the surprise that almost derailed the conviction. About the Author: Ronn Couillard has worked in the California criminal justice system since 1968, beginning as a deputy district attorney for Los Angeles County. In 1980, he moved to Visalia and served as a deputy district attorney. He was appointed to the Tulare County Superior Court in 1987 and retired in 2007. He has prosecuted and presided over all types of felony matters, including numerous murder cases. He and his wife, Charlotte, reside in Visalia, California. They have four children and seven grandchildren. Binding: Paperbck Edition: 1st Publication Date: 2017 Size: 6x9 Pages: 144