North And Northwest of Chicago Real Estate : Uniqe Gifts In Chicago's North Shore

Uniqe Gifts In Chicago's North Shore

Morton Grove Coins And Collectibles
is a great place where we can find a unique gift.

If you are out of ideas and the Holiday's are here and the year is ending here are few suggestions.

 2010 Silver Eagle 1oz Silver is $34 today ... while was less than $20 in 2008. This type of a gift can help us to remember the occasion.

Silver Eagle



 New One Dollar coin collection is fun and affordable. Every year United States Mint releases four new presidents. Time flies and the albums fill quickly. Can be fun addiction, while learning, saving and one day the coin we have jumped in the value more than we could imagine.

Abraham Lincoln



My album of the statehood quarters is filled, while national park has a long way to go. Kids and adults can learn a lot while collecting.

Grand Canyon


There is much more to choose from, these are a few to remember 2010. Luckily I got some of 2010 coins recently to remember this year, that was in many ways special to me. 

There are a few similar shops in Chicago's north and north west suburbs, but this one is my favorite. The exceptional custumer service one of the reasons to begin with.

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Comment balloon 2 commentsHaris Dedic • December 20 2010 02:18PM


My state quarters album is also full, but I didn’t know about the national park coins.

Posted by Jim Frimmer, Realtor & CDPE, Mission Valley specialist (HomeSmart Realty West) over 8 years ago

Best wishes for lots of fun and food with family and friends today. Hope Santa brought you some cool toys, too!

Happy Holidays!



Posted by Not a real person over 8 years ago

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